Rama Navami 2019


Rama Navami

Rama Navami is a spring Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of Lord Rama. He is particularly important to the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism, as the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. The festival celebrates the descent of Lord Vishnu as Rama Avatar, through the birth of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalya in Ayodhya. The festival is a part of Vasant Navaratri, and falls on the ninth day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra. It usually occurs in the Gregorian months of March or April every year. Ram Navami is an optional government holiday in India.

Rama Navami Rama Navamikab hai

Rama Navami




This day is marked by the recitation of Ram Katha or reading of Ram Katha. The Ramayana and Mahabharata are considered history by Indian traditions. Some visit the Vaishnavite Hindu temple, others pray inside their home, and some participate in bhajan or kirtan as a part of worship or aarti. Some devotees mark the event by taking small statues of Shishu Ram, washing it and dressing it, then placing it in a cradle. Charitable events and community meals are also organized. The festival is an occasion for moral reflection for many Hindus. Some people observe fast (fasting) on ​​this day.
Important celebrations on this day take place at Ayodhya and Sita Samhita Stall (Uttar Pradesh), Sitamarhi (Bihar) Janakpurdham (Nepal), Bhadrachalam (Telangana), Kodandaram Temple, Vontimitta (Andhra Pradesh) and Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu). Ratha yatras, chariot processions, also known as Rama's Shobha Yatra, lead Sita, her brothers Lakshman and Hanuman to several places. In Ayodhya, many people take a dip in the holy Sarayu river and then visit the Ram temple.
This day is the ninth and final day of Chaitra Navaratri (not to be confused with Sharad Navaratri) It celebrates the arrival of Lord Rama, the 7th incarnation of Vishnu. It is marked by believers with worship (devotional worship) such as hymns and kirtans, by fasting and reciting about Rama's life. In Ramayana, special cities celebrate major festivals about the life of Rama. These include Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh), Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu), Bhadrachalam (Telangana) and Sitamarhi (Bihar). Some places organize chariot-yatras (chariot processions), while some celebrate it as a festival (kalyanotsav) of the wedding anniversary of Rama and Sita.

 dussehra kab hai
 dussehra image


While the festival is named after Rama, the festival usually includes reverence for Sita, Lakshmana and Hanumna, they have given their importance in Rama's story. Some Vaishnava Hindus celebrate the festival in Hindu temples, some observe it within their homes. Surya, the Hindu sun god, is a part of worship and ceremonies in some communities. Some Vaishnava communities remember Rama on all nine days of Chaitra Navaratri, and recite the Ramayana, holding special discussion sessions in the evening in some temples. Charitable events by temples and Vaishnava organizations to help the needy and community food, and for many Hindus it is an opportunity for moral reflection.
In Karnataka, Sri Ramanavami is also celebrated on footpaths in some places by local congregations (organizations), free panaka (jaggery and crushed musk juice) and some food. Additionally, in Bangalore, Karnataka, the Sriramseva troupe, Chamarajapet, hosts India's most prestigious, month-long classical music festival. The peculiarity of this 80-year-old music extravaganza is that Indian classical musicians are celebrated, irrespective of their religion, as both Karnataka - Karnataka and Hindustani - descend to offer their music to Lord Sri Rama and the assembled audience.
n Eastern Indian states such as Odisha, Jharkhand, and West Bengal, observe the Jagannath Temple and the regional Vaishnava community Ram Navami, and consider it as the day when preparations begin for their annual Jagannath Rath Yatra in summer.
Devotees associated with ISKCON fast through daylight. Many ISKCON temples offered another major celebration of the holiday occasion aimed at addressing the needs of the growing Hindu Hindu congregation. However it was always a notable calendar event on the traditional Gaurabada calendar with a specific additional requirement of fasting by the devotees.
Outside India [edit]
Ram Navami is one of those Hindu festivals celebrated by Indian Hindu diaspora with roots in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. For example, descendants of Indian indentured servants who arrived in colonial South Africa before 1910 to work in British-owned plantations and mines, then lived through the South African apartheid regime, reciting Ramayana. Navami continued to celebrate and sang bhajans. Tyagaraja and Bhadrachal Ramdas. This tradition continues in contemporary times in Hindu temples of Durban every year.
Similarly in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica, other Caribbean countries, Mauritius is a spring Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of Lord Rama. He is particularly important to the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism, as the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. The festival celebrates the descent of Lord Vishnu as Rama Avatar, through the birth of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalya in Ayodhya. The festival is a part of Vasant Navaratri, and falls on the ninth day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra. It usually occurs in the Gregorian months of March or April every year. Ram Navami is an optional government holiday in India.

Rama Navami kab hai

Rama Navami



This day is marked by the recitation of Ram Katha or reading of Ram Katha. The Ramayana and Mahabharata are considered history by Indian traditions. Some visit the Vaishnavite Hindu temple, others pray inside their home, and some participate in bhajan or kirtan as a part of worship or aarti. Some devotees mark the event by taking small statues of Shishu Ram, washing it and dressing it, then placing it in a cradle. Charitable events and community meals are also organized. The festival is an occasion for moral reflection for many Hindus. Some people observe fast (fasting) on ​​this day.
Important celebrations on this day take place at Ayodhya and Sita Samhita Stall (Uttar Pradesh), Sitamarhi (Bihar) Janakpurdham (Nepal), Bhadrachalam (Telangana), Kodandaram Temple, Vontimitta (Andhra Pradesh) and Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu). Ratha yatras, chariot processions, also known as Rama's Shobha Yatra, lead Sita, her brothers Lakshman and Hanuman to several places. In Ayodhya, many people take a dip in the holy Sarayu river and then visit the Ram temple.
This day is the ninth and final day of Chaitra Navaratri (not to be confused with Sharad Navaratri) It celebrates the arrival of Lord Rama, the 7th incarnation of Vishnu. It is marked by believers with worship (devotional worship) such as hymns and kirtans, by fasting and reciting about Rama's life. In Ramayana, special cities celebrate major festivals about the life of Rama. These include Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh), Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu), Bhadrachalam (Telangana) and Sitamarhi (Bihar). Some places organize chariot-yatras (chariot processions), while some celebrate it as a festival (kalyanotsav) of the wedding anniversary of Rama and Sita.
While the festival is named after Rama, the festival usually includes reverence for Sita, Lakshmana and Hanumna, they have given their importance in Rama's story. Some Vaishnava Hindus celebrate the festival in Hindu temples, some observe it within their homes. Surya, the Hindu sun god, is a part of worship and ceremonies in some communities. Some Vaishnava communities remember Rama on all nine days of Chaitra Navaratri, and recite the Ramayana, holding special discussion sessions in the evening in some temples. Charitable events by temples and Vaishnava organizations to help the needy and community food, and for many Hindus it is an opportunity for moral reflection.
In Karnataka, Sri Ramanavami is also celebrated on footpaths in some places by local congregations (organizations), free panaka (jaggery and crushed musk juice) and some food. Additionally, in Bangalore, Karnataka, the Sriramseva troupe, Chamarajapet, hosts India's most prestigious, month-long classical music festival. The peculiarity of this 80-year-old music extravaganza is that Indian classical musicians are celebrated, irrespective of their religion, as both Karnataka - Karnataka and Hindustani - descend to offer their music to Lord Sri Rama and the assembled audience.
n Eastern Indian states such as Odisha, Jharkhand, and West Bengal, observe the Jagannath Temple and the regional Vaishnava community Ram Navami, and consider it as the day when preparations begin for their annual Jagannath Rath Yatra in summer.
Devotees associated with ISKCON fast through daylight. Many ISKCON temples offered another major celebration of the holiday occasion aimed at addressing the needs of the growing Hindu Hindu congregation. However it was always a notable calendar event on the traditional Gaurabada calendar with a specific additional requirement of fasting by the devotees.
Outside India 
Ram Navami is one of those Hindu festivals celebrated by Indian Hindu diaspora with roots in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. For example, descendants of Indian indentured servants who arrived in colonial South Africa before 1910 to work in British-owned plantations and mines, then lived through the South African apartheid regime, reciting Ramayana. Navami continued to celebrate and sang bhajans. Tyagaraja and Bhadrachal Ramdas. This tradition continues in contemporary times in Hindu temples of Durban every year.
Similarly in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica, other Caribbean countries, Mauritius
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