Ram Navami

Ram Navami

Ram Navami is a significant Hindu celebration, praised consistently on the 10th day of Chaitra month (the primary month in the Hindu lunar schedule) — it falls on April 17 this year. The Hindus observe Ram Navami to respect the introduction of Ruler Rama. Did you had at least some idea that the Hindus accept that Ruler Rama is the preeminent God and holds a significant spot in the hearts of all Hindus living across the world?

THE HISTORY OF RAM NAVAMI Ram Navami is observed to honor the king of Ayodhya, King Dasharatha, who gave birth to Lord Rama. Kaushalya, Sumitra, and Kaikeyi were the three queens that King Dashratha was known to have. For a very long time, the three queens were unable to conceive.

Lord Dashratha played out a hallowed custom known as “Putrakameshti Yagna,” which was recommended by a sage, Vasishtha. The king served “payasam” to all of his wives as part of the ritual to fulfill his desire to have a child. On Chitra, the ninth day of the Hindu month, the king was blessed with a son. Lord Rama was born to Queen Kaushalya, while Bharata and Lakshmana were born to the other queens.

One of Hindu society’s five major holidays is Ram Navami, which is observed by members of the upper and lower castes. Master Rama is accepted to be the seventh symbol of the Hindu Ruler Vishnu. Albeit this day is proclaimed as a vacation in numerous Indian states, it is praised on various days. On this day, Hindus go to temples, observe fasts, and pray for Lord Rama’s blessings. The triumph of good over evil is clearly promoted at this spring festival.

Ram NAVAMI Course of events
5114 B.C.
Master Rama is Conceived
Master Rama is brought into the world on January 10, 5114 B.C.

The fifth day of Agahan
Rama Weds Sita
While in the exile period, Rama weds Sita on the fifth day of the 10th month in the Hindu schedule.

3139 B.C.
The Start of Mahabharata
The conflict of Mahabharata starts on October 13, 3139 B.C.

Seventh day of Baisakh (dull lunar cycle)
Rama Rises to the Privileged position
On the seventh day of Baisakh, Rama rises to the privileged position and is blessed as the Ruler.

Questions about RAM NAVAMI: How is Ram Navami observed at home?
It is commended by fasting, either from 12 PM to early afternoon or from one 12 PM to another. In addition, it is celebrated by eating only one meal per day.


How did Rama bite the dust?
As per the Myanmar form of Rama’s biography, called Thiri Rama, Rama passed on by suffocating himself.


Why did Rama get born?
As per the World History Reference book: ” Rama was born at the end of the Second Age, or Treta-yuga, and the gods asked him to do so in order to defeat the terrifying Ravana, the king of Lanka (modern-day Sri Lanka).

How to Celebrate Ram Navam Make miniatures of Lord Rama During this Hindu festival, you can either dress as Lord Rama or make miniatures of him.

Donate food to the hungry On this day, you can give food to the hungry. On this day, devotees give food to those in need, either inside or outside of temples.

Perform the “Kanya Puja” ceremony This day is also celebrated by carrying out the “Kanya Puja” ceremony. In this custom, ‘Prasad’ is appropriated among young ladies as halwa and puri (Indian food).

Five Interesting Facts About Rama Navami Rama is also known as Ramachandra, and he is regarded as the epitome of perfection because he fulfills all of his obligations to his family.

Rama was brought into the world around early afternoon
As per legend, it is realized that Rama was brought into the world around early afternoon in Ayodhya.

Rama’s siblings Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughna were Rama’s three siblings.

Rama wedded Sita
Rama wedded Sita who was the little girl of the Lord of Videha.

The Ramayana, an ancient Indian Sanskrit text that is a component of the Hindu scripture, contains the entirety of Rama’s story.

WHY Ram Navami IS Significant
The triumph of good over evil
The significance of this celebration obviously expresses the victory of good over evil.

The festival of Ram Navami celebrates the power of religion and faith because Rama’s birth had the goal of destroying Ravana’s evil spirit.

Since Rama defeated Ravana and eradicated evil through good, this celebration also represents the process by which negativity and evil were eradicated from the world.

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