Dussehra is celebrated during Aparahan Kaal, on the day when Dashami Tithi (10th day) of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) in Ashwin month prevails. This festival is celebrated to celebrate the victory of good over evil. Because Lord Rama killed Ravan that day. In some places, this festival is also known as Vijayadasami as it is believed to be associated with Goddess Vijaya. Some know this festival as Ayudha Puja.

About Dussehra Muhurat
1st Dusshera is celebrated with Ashwin Shukla Dashami during Aparahan Kaal. This curl is the length of time that begins with his 10th Mukhrat after sunrise and ends before his 12th Mukhrat.
2. If Dashami predominates for two days and Aparahan Kaal is covered only on the second day, Dussera is celebrated only on his second day.
3 If Dashami is dominant in the two-day Aparahan Kaal, Dushera is celebrated only on the first day.
4. If the two days of Aparahan Karl are dominated by Dashami but none of them, Dussehra is celebrated on the first day.

Shravan Nakshatra also influences Muhurat of his Dusherra. Here's the logic:

Vijaydashmi is celebrated on the first day if Dashami is dominant for two days (whether Aparahan Kaal or not) but Shravan Nakshatra is dominant only on the first Aparahan Kaal.
2. If Dashami predominates on his two days (whether Apparahankar or not) but Shravannakshatra predominates only during his second Aparahankar, then Vijayadashmi predominates on him. It is celebrated on the second day of
3. If Dashami Tithi is dominant for two days and Aparahan Kaal is cloudy only on the first day, Dashami runs to his three Muhurats at the beginning of the second day and Shravan Nakshatra runs to his Aparahan Kaal on the second day. predominates between In this state, the Dussehra festival takes place on the second day.
4. If Dasami prevails between Aparahan on the 1st day and Muhurat less than 3 times on the 2nd day, Vijaya Dasami is celebrated on the 1st day and all other conditions of Shravan Nakshatra are waived. increase.