Kota Situated on the banks of the Chambal River, it praises ious celebrations. In any case, the mela of Dussehra bears an unmistakable interest out and out. The entire region brags an alluring amid this celebration. This celebration is praised everywhere throughout the nation yet the Kota Dussehra is very special for it is something other than the start of a bubbly period.
In excess of 75 feet tall representations of the devils Ravana, Kumbhakarana and Meghnad are singed on Dussehra day to symbolize the triumph of good finished malevolence. Typically these likenesses are loaded with wafers. A youthful tyke dressed as Lord Ram is made to shoot a bolt of flame at Ravana and the gigantic figure is singed. Villagers assemble here wearing multi shaded garments to offer supplications to Lord Rama and to commend his triumph over Ravana.