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Sri Rama Navami
Sri Rama Navami is an important festival for the people who follow Sanathana Dharma. According to the Hindu calendar, on the ninth day of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month, Lord Rama was born in Ayodhya to King Dasharatha and Queen mother Kausalya..
Lord Vishnu took the manifestation as a human and ventures down on Earth to destroy underhanded that predominated for a drawn out stretch of time. The birthday of Lord Rama is celebrated as Rama Navami It also marks the end of the ninth day of Chaitra Navaratri.
Many traditions and rituals have been followed to worship Lord Sri Rama in different parts of India during Sri Ram Navami celebrations. It is celebrated with huge devotion in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, and it is the birthplace of the Lord Sri Rama. In Ayodhya, people move with rath yatra (chariot procession), and will be carried in the streets. In the chariot procession, four people take the get up of Lord Rama, his wife Sita, brother Lakshmana and Hanuman. The whole environment becomes delightful with devotion..
Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu is another sacred and popular place to visit. Here devotes take a bath and then visit the temple for prayer to get the blessing of Lord Rama and Shiv Ji
Each individual of India tries to be as ideal as Lord Rama. Uttering the word Sri. Rama implies braveness, honesty, Love and devotion to Parents, Nation and Dharma . Sri Rama and Dharma means the same. During the time of these nine days, the people read the Holy book the Ramayana and complete it. The divine and the consecrated mantras of Sri Rama are droned. The people who can’t read the entire Ramayana listen to the chanting in the temples and houses.
In the evenings, special get together are held where the teachings of Lord Rama and his ideals are preached. The people quick on all the nine days and expend just drain and products of the soil. The ninth day watches grand celebration. The temples are decently decorated and a grand worship of Lord Rama is sorted out.
By saying the name “Rama” itself has a divine force to destroy sins, removing lack of awareness and spreading peace on the planet. When we open our mouth to serenade the expression ‘RAMA’, all our sins are expelled from our body with the spell of ‘Ra’. When the mouth closes with ‘m’, all the sins are ceased from entering our spirit. The saying RAMA signifies divinity, sacredness and sweetness. Along these lines, it is wise to serenade the saying ‘RAMA’, with the ownership of the learning of what the statement “RAMA” implies. The chanting of the name of Lord Rama has the divine force of destroying all wrongs and awful deeds during Ram Navami Festival.
In Some locations it is organized as Rath-yatras (chariot processions), while in some locations it is celebrated as the wedding anniversary festival (Kalyanotsavam) of Sri Rama and Sita. While the festival is named after Rama, the festival typically includes reverence for Sita, Lakshmana and Hanumana.
Wish you all a Happy Sri Rama Navami. Jai Sia Ram