Rama Navami is a unique and auspicious amongst the most celebrated events for the Hindus. It falls on the 9th day of the Shukla Paksha (bright phase) of the lunar month in the period of Chaitra (March – April) month. This day denotes the birthday of the seventh manifestation of Sri Vishnu in the Treta Yuga (the second one among the four cosmic times).
The epic of Ramayana is well known among all the distinctive languages and parts of India, Sri Rama is a venerated amongst the most adored forms of Vishnu in Hinduism. Rama Navami is celebrated with incredible religious enthusiasm among families and temples all over India and even abroad. Ram Navami Vrat is a mainstream fasting celebration in a family for the benefit of society and other people. The devotees get the wellbeing in his or her family, riches and success by the grace of Sri Rama.
The significance of Ram Navami
The narrative of the Ramayan is a work of art, interminable and gives a widespread message of Dharma versus adharma, of deva versus devil, of good versus detestable, as spoken to in the fight among Rama and Ravana. Ravana was a brahmin; he was an extraordinary scholar who composed various texts and scriptures. He had a ground-breaking, dynamic, and wonderful personality. As the splendid, attractive lord of Sri Lanka, he had all that one could wish for to be cheerful and at peace. However, he was egotistical, prideful, avaricious and prudent. His voracious wish drove him for more influence, more money, and an ever-increasing lust for women to satisfy his impulses.
There is one principle contrast: Bhagwan Rama’s heart flooded with holiness, love, liberality, lowliness, and a feeling of obligation. Ravana’s heart, conversely, was loaded up with greed, contempt, and pride. Under Bhagwan Rama’s divine touch, the creatures turned into his enthusiasts and his heavenly helpers. Under Ravana’s touch, even people progressed toward becoming beings.
Through his respectable and godly decisions, he shows the world to choose dharma over Adharma (when he leaves for the forests instead of accepting the King) and to pick Moksha over Kama (when he picks his kingdom over his marriage).
Celebration and Rituals of Rama Navami
The vast majority of the devotees celebrate this celebration by taking vrat or fast for an entire nine days or first and a day before the Navami to get the full benefit. South Indians praise this celebration like a wedding commemoration of Lord Rama from Mata Sita. All the temples get enriched all through the south district to praise and celebrate the Navratri festival. Be that as it may, individuals in the Mithila and Ayodhya acclaim the wedding commemoration at Vivaha Panchami as indicated by the Valmiki Ramayana.
An incredible festival of the Ram Navami takes place among a huge number in states like Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh; Sitamarhi, Bihar; Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, Bhadrachalam, Andhra Pradesh and so forth. At certain places (like Ayodhya, Varanasi and so on), the Ratha-yatra implies the chariot parade (Shobha yatra) of Lord Rama, Mata Sita, Lakshman, and Lord Hanuman is done by a large number of individuals subsequent to taking a blessed plunge in the holy water, Sarayu or Ganga.
Askganesha can help you in performing the Puja with complete rituals from our learned Purohits. They can perform this Puja on your behalf and you can get the blessings of Lord Ram (Vishnu) and Nav Durga. We wish you a very happy Ram Navami.Rama Navami: A Significant Hindu Festival by AskGanesha Astrologer