Why do we celebrate Ram Navami?
Ram Navami is a Hindu or Vedic festival that celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Rama. According to the Hindu calendar is Ram Navami celebrated on the ninth day of the bright fortnight of the month of Chaitra in every year, it also named Chaitra Navratri.
Ram Navami is celebrated to honor the incarnation of Lord Vishnu’s seventh avatar, who was born in the kingdom of Ayodhya to Queen Kausalya and King Dasharath.
On this day Lord Ram is devotions that symbolize the departure of bad powers and coming of eternal energy on the earth. This day is dedicated to Lord Ram by singing devotional Bhajans, reading Ramayana or devotees listen to the numerous stories fo God or describe the Rama Kahta.
During this day some of the devotees observe fast on this auspicious day. People observing Ram Navami through Rath Yatra and decorating temples. also, decorate their houses and perform various religious rituals.
These days people usually visit the temples to pray to the Lord and some people seeking his blessing at homes. Some of the community organizes charitable events and volunteer meals. Celebrate this Ram Navami full of respect and devotion to Ram in every year.