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Happy Ram Navami-2023

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Happy Ram Navami -2023

This Ram Navami, may Shri Ram shower you with his blessings, love, and care. Greetings to you and your family on this auspicious day.

Ram Navami is a Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama, one of the most revered and popular deities in Hinduism. The festival is usually observed on the ninth day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, which falls in late March or early April according to the Gregorian calendar.

Ram Navami is celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm by Hindus all over the world. 

Triumph of good over evil:

Ram Navami is also a cultural festival that brings people together in a spirit of unity and harmony. It is a time for feasting, socializing, and spreading love and goodwill towards all. Ram Navami is a joyous and uplifting festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil and reminds us of the importance of living a virtuous and righteous life, just like Lord Rama.

Lord Rama is a central figure in Hinduism and is worshipped as an avatar of the God Vishnu. He is the hero of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, which tells the story of his life and teachings. Lord Rama is known for his righteousness, compassion, and courage, and is revered as an ideal king, husband, and son.

The King of Eagles Jatayu Tries to Stop Sita’s Abduction

 

According to Hindu Ithihasa “The Ramayana”, which is an epic poem of ancient India, Lord Rama was born in Ayodhya as the son of King Dasharatha and Queen Kausalya. The Ramayana is one of the greatest works of Hindu literature. It tells the story of Lord Rama, a prince of Ayodhya, who embarks on a journey to rescue his wife Sita from the demon king Ravana with the help of his loyal friends and allies.

The Ramayana is known for its timeless themes of love, devotion, and the triumph of good over evil. It has been retold in various forms across different cultures and has remained a source of inspiration and spiritual guidance for generations.

Lord Rama is celebrated and worshipped by Hindus all over the world, especially on the occasion of Ram Navami, which commemorates his birth. His life and teachings continue to inspire millions of people to this day, and he is regarded as an embodiment of righteousness, compassion, and devotion.

Sri Rama Bhujanga Prayata Stotram:

It is a popular devotional hymn in the Hindu tradition, especially among followers of Lord Rama. The hymn consists of 33 verses, each of which describes a particular aspect of Lord Rama’s glory and divinity. The authorship of Sri Rama Bhujanga Prayata Stotram is attributed to Adi Shankaracharya.

Ramabhujanga Stotram:   Please Click here to read the Stotram

The hymn is sung by Dr. Anamika Pandey, Senior Health Expert, Lucknow.

 Sri Rama Bhujanga Prayata Stotram: By Dr. Anamika Pandey

Rishi Vasishta: Ishta Guru of Lord Ram.

Vasistha Muni was a revered sage and spiritual teacher in Hinduism, who is believed to have been the Guru or spiritual preceptor of Lord Rama, one of the most revered deities in Hinduism. He is believed to have authored several important Hindu scriptures, including the Yoga Vasistha, a text that explores the nature of consciousness and the path to liberation.

In the Yoga Vasishta, NON-DUALITY or Advaita is one of the central teachings that emphasizes the ultimate reality of the universe as a single, indivisible consciousness.

The text explains that the duality of the world, including the perception of a separate self, is an illusion created by the mind. It teaches that the true nature of the self is pure consciousness, which is identical to the ultimate reality of the universe, known as Brahman. The practice of Yoga, according to the Yoga Vasishta, involves recognizing and experiencing this non-dual reality through self-inquiry, meditation, and detachment from the transient world of appearances.

20 thoughts on “Happy Ram Navami-2023”

  1. Thank you 🙏 I didn’t know this. I was just on a flight listening to “Hanuman Chaleesa”, which is sort of suitable today. Or, I find comfort and strength in that chant any day. But I didn’t know it was Ram Navami today.

  2. Thank you, Arun, for the excellent post, illuminating the great Hindu festival.
    Full of interesting mythological stories and stunning pictures, it s unmissable post!

    Happy Ram Navami!

    Joanna

  3. Sir, my mom used to keep telling me to chant hanuman chalisa verse and remember how she would insist me to pray and memorise the verses. To be honest I was doing it for my own desire to get into university. Those were precious times that is always to cherish about. Thank you for making me to revisit those times through your article. The verses teach us how beauty is looked upon not by the external body but having devotion like hanuman towards Rama is epitome of Bhakti yoga to me. In my half baked knowledge that is how I perceive. Jai Shriram Be safe and take care 🙏

    1. Jai Shree Ram.
      Vishnupriya I highly appreciate you for your devotion at first. Secondly you are highly learned in ancient philosophy of India.
      You are a sanskari girl.
      I am grateful to you for your continuous support and encouragement. Your suggestion and comments are my strength.
      Your replies give additional insight into this blogging world.
      Congratulations on your first KDP publication 👏🎉
      I will follow you.
      Have a blissful time ahead 👍😊🙏

        1. You are always welcome. Will be happy to read your next post. Your posts carry beautiful message and structure of your post decoration is awesome. I can understand that you have in-depth knowledge, and you have artistic ideas.
          Stay blessed always Yaksh.

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