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Ram Navami 2020 Start Date and End Date in India Calendar

Rama Navami is observed as the birth anniversary of Lord Rama. This year Rama Navami festival falls on Thursday, April 2, 2020.

Ram Navami 2020 Start Date and End Date in India Calendar : Shri Ram Navmi 2020. Rama Navami in 2020 falls on the 2nd of April. Ram Navami Date and Muhurt 2020.

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Ram Navami 2020 : Sarkari Notification

हर साल चैत्र मास के शुक्ल पक्ष की नवमी तिथि को मर्यादा पुरूषोत्तम भगवान श्रीराम का जन्मोत्सव “रामनवमी महापर्व” के रूप में मनाया जाता है। राम जन्म उत्सव प्रतिवर्ष भारत ही नहीं दुनिया के कई देशों में रामनवमी का पर्व हर्षोल्लास के साथ मनाया जाता है। इस साल 2020 में 2 अप्रैल दिन गुरुवार को मनाया जाएगा।

संसार के पालनहार भगवान श्री विष्णु जी ने धर्म की स्थापना और अधर्म के समूल नाश के लिए त्रेतायुग में धरती पर मनुष्य रूप में अवतार लिया था। भगवान विष्णु के अनेक अवतारों में से एक अवतार त्रेता युग में सरयू नदी के तट पर बसी अयोध्या नगरी में सूर्यवंश कुल के राजा दशरथ की महारानी कौशल्या के गर्भ से चैत्र मास की नवमी तिथि अभिजीत मुहूर्त में राम जी ने जन्म लिया था। तब से लेकर आज तक युगों-युगों से चैत्र मास की नवमी तिथि को रामनवमी पर्व मनाया जाता है।

रामनवमी पर्व तिथि व मुहूर्त 2020

रामनवमी 2020 पूजा का शुभ मुहूर्त- 2 अप्रैल 2020 को सुबह 11 बजकर 50 मिनट से 12 बजकर 15 मिनट तक है।

Ram Navami April 2020

Ram Navami is one of the most important Hindu festivals of India which falls in the ‘ Shukla Paksha’ on the ninth day of the month of Chaitra corresponding to the March/April of the Gregorian calendar. It is also the last day of the Vasanta Navratri. The festival celebrates the birth of the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Rama, to King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalaya. While Navratri is celebrated with much fanfare in the North, devotees in the South celebrate Ram Navami with greater fervour.

It is believed that Lord Vishnu was born on the earth as a son to the King of Ayodhya, Dasharatha, to end the atrocities committed by the demons; specially the demon king; Ravana. Ravan had been granted a boon of invincibility against Gods and so, Lord Vishnu was sent in the form of a human. Rama killed Ravana in order to maintain Dharma, on earth. He exemplified the ‘perfect’ person and was the epitome of an example of how to live life in accordance to ‘Dharma’.

Why we celebrate Ram Navami

So, this festival celebrates the victory of Dharma over Adharma.

Fasting on this day signifies purification of body and mind and thus, seeks perfection as a human being.

On the day of Ram Navami, devotees get up early and after bathing, offer water to the Sun God as the Sun God is believed to be the ancestor of Lord Rama. Temples of Rama are beautifully decorated and images of baby Rama are placed in small ‘jhoolas’ (cradles).

Continuous recital of the Holy book of Hindus, Shri Ramacharitamanas, start a day earlier and culminate at noon on Ram Navami, which is considered to be the birth time of Lord Rama. At noon, a conch is blown to mark the birth of the Lord. The idol of Rama is lovingly given a bath and dressed in finery. Devotees place flowers at the feet of the Lord and then, rock the cradle in a form of worship.

In Ayodhya(Uttar Pradesh), which is believed to be the birth place of Lord Rama, devotees bathe in the Saryu River. This is supposed to purify the body and soul of the devotee. Many devotees also fast on this day.

In the south of India, devotees celebrate this festival as the day Lord Rama and Goddess Sita got married, symbolising the love bondage between husband and wife. In Rameshwaram, devotees take a bath in the sea before performing prayers at the Ramanathaswamy temple.

How we celebrate Ram Navami

In the North, those who keep fast, eat only fruits or sweets made without any grain. After the birth of Lord Rama, devotees eat a meal made with ‘Kutuu’ or ‘Singhara’ flour.

In the South, certain food items are prepared on this day and offered to the Lord (Naivedyam) before it is consumed by the others as a ‘prasad’. These include ‘Panakam’(a drink made with jaggery), ‘Neer Mor’(buttermilk), ‘Vadai Parupu’(a light moong dal salad) etc .

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Ram Navami 2020 Start Date and End Date in India Calendar

Ram Navami 2020 Start Date : Wednesday, 25th March 2020

Ram Navami 2020 End Date : Thursday, 2nd April 2020