Dussehra or Vijadashmi is essentially about feminine goddess or feminine divinity. After nine days of Navaratri, the tenth day is celebrated as Dussehra. Sadhguru tells us that the nine days of Navaratri are about vanquishing evil and wanton nature - three days for each of the three basic qualities - tamas, rajas and sattva. Tenth day, Vijaydashmi, means that you have won over all these three qualities. It signifies that how being in reverence and gratitude to everything that matters in our lives leads to success.