Ram Navami is the festival of great importance for the people of Hindu religion. Celebrating the festival of Ram Navami on the 9th day of Chaitra Navratri indicates the birth of divine power (Rama) on the earth. To remove the divine power of the earth in order to maintain the right virtues, Lord VishnuVishnu
Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,.. had to be born on the earth as a son of the Ayodhya King Dasharatha.
It is believed that RamaRama
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama...
was born in the middle of the day and as per the World Time system, midday is considered when the clock struck 12:00 clock in the afternoon. As per Indian Time system, midday is considered mid of the time between Sunrise and Sunset. Therefore, celebrations are at their peak during 1P.M to 3P.M.
In 2015, Ram Navami is celebrated on 28th March (Saturday). The best time to pray is as follows:
07:52 - 09:23
12:26 - 17:01
He took birth to teach people that as an ideal son; he respected his parents. He sacrificed his comfort for their dignity. As an ideal brother, he had shown immense love & care towards his younger brothers. As an ideal king, he kept his kingdom before his comforts & desires.
Ram Navami prayer starts with the offering water to the Sun God in the early morning to get blessings from the Sun God. According to Hindu Mythology, Sun is considered as an ancestor of the Rama.
Many devotees Keep fast on this day to purify their body and mind.
Many People involve in singing the devotional songs for the whole day as well as listening to the recitations from various Hindu religious books and chant divine mantras by devotees. They conclude their prayers by reading Rama Chalisa & Rama Aarti. It is a Hindu religious ritual of worship
This festival is celebrated by the people all strata of society from higher class to lower class with full zest and zeal. Many people feel blessed while taking bath in Suryu River in Ayodhya.