In Nepal, Dashain is also known as Bijaya Dashami or Bada Dashain. This celebration is known as Mohani Nakha: in Nepalbhasa. The Newar community receives Mohani, a form of stripe black tika. On top of the orange-colored tika, this is applied as a stripe. This celebration is known as Mohani Nakha: since it is only utilized during this time of year (except Jatra and Puja). Although this festival is now held in the month of Asoj, the genuine Dashain is held on the day of Chait Shukla Ashtami, which is now known as Chaite Dashain and is no longer observed. The origins of Dashain are the subject of a tale.

The Mahishasura demon, according to Hindu legend, was created when a man and a buffalo met by chance. Mahishasura petitioned Sochi for the gift of death, believing that asking for a gift is weaker than preserving the balance of death while practicing penance for Brahmaji to become eternal. Mahishasura‘s ego and vanity grew. He invaded all three worlds and terrorized them. The goddess had been called upon by the gods. Then came the birth of Goddess Bhagwati. Nine days later, Mahishasura was slain. On the tenth day, victory was declared. It was a triumph of truth against deception. Dashain was originally observed in the month of Chaitra because the incident occurred during that month. However, several people died of diarrhea during the Dashain celebrations as a result of the increased heat in the month of Chaitra. On the auspicious day of Dassehra,God Ram  killed Ravan and returned to Ayodhya. This month is somewhat cold, and it’s also a good time to take a break from paddy harvesting.In Dashain, a special worship of Durga Bhavani is performed. Durga is regarded as the goddess of power in Hindu mythology. Durga Bhavani, Bhagwati, Mahakali, and more names for Mother Durga exist. Durgamata adopted nine different incarnations in order to defeat the wicked.

Nava Durga is the name given to these nine forms. On the day of Ghantakarna Lord  Mahadev and on the day of Cha:Tha, Lord Ganesh were created in the Nawadurga temple in Bhaktapur, and on the day from Ghatsthapana to Ashtami, the Ashta Matrika Gana was created, and on the ninth day, additional Devgana were created. It is referred to as “Nawa Raat (Nine Nights)” in Nepalbhasa. Nine is a celebrity. Because the stars disappear, this festival is named Nine Nights. Which means going to see the mother before the sun rises. There is also a religious belief that worshiping Durgamata at this time can grant you power. Similarly, Bijaya Dashami is celebrated on the ninth night. On this day, one travels to Bramhayani  and visits Sapung Bhairav at Gahiti .It is traditional to go to “Nakh: Tya” (post-festival feast) with one’s friends ,relatives and  including mamaghar, from Ekadashi to Purnima. From Dashain Pratiparda until Purnima, this festival lasts 15 days. People have a chance to recover at this time. To heal in this manner entails informing Indra that it is currently raining. Similarly, during the decade, the practice of playing ping (swing) has begun to suggest that one should leave the land once a year.