Ram Navami (Ram Navami) will be celebrated by Hindu devotees worldwide on Sunday (14 April). The auspicious occasion will be celebrated on the ninth day of Chaitra month (March-April) in the Hindu lunar calendar. Besides celebrating the birth of the Lord, the day is also observed as the marriage day of Rama and Sita.
The Hindu festival commemorates the birth of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who was born to King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalya of Ayodhya. According to the Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu incarnated himself in the form of Lord Rama to destroy Ravana, the demon King of Lanka.
Lord Rama was the embodiment of truth and morality. He was a righteous king, an ideal son, an ideal husband and a loving brother. He is considered as an eternal symbol of human ideals.
Ram Navami celebrations begin on Gudi Padwa, which falls on the first day of the Chaitra month, and ends on the ninth day.The celebrations are marked by pujas, bhajan and kirtan (devotional worship). Devotees also observe a fast on the day and recite passages from Ram's life.
Check out best wishes, messages and greetings to be shared on Rama Navami here:
May your life be filled with the blessings, happiness, prosperity and success you deserve from Lord Ram. Happy Ram Navami.
May you be blessed on the birth day of Lord Rama
Wishing you the greetings of Ram Navami.
On this holy occasion of Ram Navami,
Wishing you the blessings of Sri Ram with you now and always.
May your heart and home be filled with happiness, peace and prosperity. Happy Navami greetings.
Wishing you a very happy Ram Navami
May God bless you all with lots of happiness,
May all your wishes be accomplished. Jai Sri Ram.
May the wisdom of Lord Rama inspires you to reach your goals
Rama Navami wishes to you and your family.
I pray that your life be filled with the divine blessings of Lord Rama. Have a blessed Rama Navami.
Seek the blessings of Lord Rama for all kinds of success in your life. Happy Ram Navami.
Om Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram
May you be accompanied with auspiciousness and blessings of Ram Navami