Ram Navami : Lesser-known facts about Lord Rama!!!

S Venkateshwari
Ram Navami : Lesser-known facts about Lord Rama!!!

This is the great festivity. Right now, the nation is enjoying the ram Navami celebrations across the board. ram Navami, one of the biggest celebrations observed throughout India, honors Lord Rama's birth anniversary. The Hindu community celebrates ram Navami with great fanfare and grandeur. people recall the merits of Lord Rama to one another while grand processions are paraded through the streets. It was said that Lord Rama, the eldest son of king Dasharatha, was born in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. This year, ram Navami falls on the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri. Maa Siddhidatri is revered on Chaitra Navratri's maha Navami. On this day, Kanya Pujan, also known as Kanjak, is performed. 

Unknown facts about Lord Rama It is thought that Lord Rama is Lord Vishnu's seventh incarnation. based on the mythology of Hinduism. The universe was created by Lord Brahma, preserved by Lord Vishnu, and destroyed by Lord Shiva. The Ramayana by maharshi Valmiki states that Lord Rama was born in Treta yoga on the ninth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra. The oldest divinity to be worshipped in human form is him. In certain temples around the nation, Lord Rama is revered as a king rather than a divinity.

The Ramayana states that Lord Rama governed the country for ten millennia. We call this time frame Rama Rajya. At the age of 25, Lord Rama was sent into fourteen years of exile. He defeated Ravana and went into exile, only to return. Lord Hanuman fought Lord Rama because he want to defend king Yayati of Kashi. Rama's arrows had no impact on Lord Hanuman since he sang Ran naam to aid the King. The Ramayana is an essential component of our customs and culture. But in many Asian nations, including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Burma, the Philippines, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, it is just as important. These nations also revere the Lord Rama.

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