India is a country with diversities of religion, regions and language. India is known for celebrating a wide range of festivals the entire year. This is the only country, where people celebrate each festival with great grandeur no matter what your religion is or which community you belong.
30 March 2022, Thursday
Ram Navami is a Hindu festival that commemorates the birth of Lord Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who took human form to defeat the invincible Ravana. This auspicious occasion falls on the ninth day of the Hindu lunar year or Chaitra Masa Sukla Paksha Navami, which typically falls in March or April. The story of Rama was first recorded by the sage Valmiki around the 4th century B.C. Rama is believed to have lived during the 8th or 7th century B.C. as described in the epic known as the Ramayana.Ram Navami is celebrated with great devotion throughout India, with each region having its own unique significance behind the festivities. The city of Ayodhya is particularly renowned for its grand celebrations, with a two-day fair being organized. Many temples also organize Ratha yatras, or 'chariot processions', of Lord Rama, his wife Sita, his brother Lakshmana, and devotee Hanuman.