Lord Rama was born in Ayodhya, and the festival remembers his birth. Lord Ram is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, according to Hindu mythology, and was born on the Navami tithi during the Shukla Paksha.
The deity was born into the Suryavanshi Ikshavaku dynasty and is revered throughout the kingdom as Raja Ram of Ayodhya.
Why is Ram Navami observed?
Lord Ram is the principal figure in the Ramayana, according to Hindu mythology, and was born in Ayodhya to Queen Kausalya and King Dasharatha. The festival of Ram Navami commemorates Lord Ram’s Vishnu avatar’s arrival on Earth.
Ram Navami celebrations have the following consequences:
Lord Ram is mentioned in Jain and Buddhist texts as well as ancient Hindu traditions. The Chaitra Navratri, which begins on the first day of the Hindu New Year according to the Lunar calendar and finishes with Rama Navami, is dedicated to Mother Goddess Durga.
It’s Ram Puja time!
The shubh muhurat for Rama Navami puja on the special day will be in the afternoon (Madhyana), from 11:02 am and 1:38 pm. Many sections of the country are celebrating, and Ayodhya looks particularly beautiful on this day.
Om Shri Ramaya Namah
Shri Rama, Jaya Rama, Jaya Jaya Rama
Om Dasharathaye Vidmahe Sitavallabhaya Dhimahi, Tanno Rama Prachodayat
How is Ram Navami commemorated?
He was born in the afternoon, according to the scriptures, which is the most auspicious time to perform Rama Navami puja, which commemorates the birth anniversary of Lord Rama, who was the son of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalya, his first wife in the Treta Yuga.
Lord Rama was the eldest of four siblings, and his younger brothers Shatrughan, Lakshman, and Bharat, as well as the people of Ayodhya, admired and respected him. He was the father of Luv and Kush and the husband of Goddess Sita.