Ram Navami 2020: Story of birth of Lord Rama, Auspicious time, Importance and Tithi.

Ram Navami 2020: Ram Navami 2020: Story of birth of Lord Rama, Auspicious time, Importance and Tithi.


Shri Rama was born during the Treta Yuga on Navami Tithi in the Hindu month of Chaitra, Shukla Paksha. In this happiness, Ram Navami festival is celebrated as Ram Navami all over the country on the day of Ram Navami. Lord Shree Rama is duly worshiped on this day.


Ram Navami 2020


This year Ram Navami will be celebrated on 2 April, 20 Thursday. The importance of Ramnavami festival is very much in Hinduism. With this festival, the Chait Navratras of Maa Durga also end.




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Story of birth of Lord Rama:


According to the epic Ramayana, King Dasaratha of Ayodhya had three wives but for a long time King Dasaratha did not get the happiness of children from any wife. In order to have a son, King Dasharatha was advised by the sage Vashistha to have a son Kamaishti Yajna. After the completion of the yagna, Maharishi gave one bowl each of Dasharatha's wives to eat kheer. The three queens became pregnant only a few months after eating kheer. Exactly 9 months later King Dasharatha's eldest queen Kaushalya gave birth to Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Kaikayi to Bharata and Sumitra gave birth to twins Lakshmana and Shatrughna.


Ram Navami auspicious time


Shri Ram Katha is heard on this day in many places in the country, and Ramcharit Manas are recited at many places. In many places, the idol of Lord Shri Rama is also cradled in a swing. Fasting on the day of Ramnavami, happiness, prosperity, fame and sin-free society are wished.
Ram Navami is celebrated as the birth of Lord Rama. Devotees keep Rama Navami fast from sunrise on the first day to sunrise on the next day.

Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He was born to remove the evil that originated in the form of Ravana and to re-establish the religion.

On the day of Rama Navami, many devotees worship Rama Lalla or the infant form of the deity by placing their idol on a cradle and gently shaking it.


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