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Ram Navami

Ram Navami- Appearance day of great Lord Ram

It is believed that wherever and whenever irreligion takes birth and tries to decline the values of our religion, great Lord appears to kill the demons. This is the whole idea behind celebrating Ram Navami.

Lord Ram is the most popular incarnation of Krishna. His transcendental adventures told in Valmiki’s Ramayana are famous throughout the world. The birth of Sri Ram is celebrated as Ram Navami by all the followers. He was born to Queen Kaushalya and King Dasharatha in the Ayodhya. He also had 3 younger brothers Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughan.

Ram Navami

Lord Ram was the ideal monarch and his virtuous life is a perfect example for everyone in family life to follow. Narrations of his affectionate dealings with his family and devotion to His wife, Sita Devi, have enchanted generations of devotees. Lord Ram’s worship is very popular in India .We all know that name Ram simply means ‘bliss’. Hence, Lord Ram gives bliss to all his devotees.

The temple programme is held in the evening and usually includes a colourful dance or drama depicting Lord Ramachandra’s pastimes. Special discourse on the life of Lord Rama is given in the evening. So if you are willing to live a happy and healthy life, come to ISKCON Dwarka this year and be a part of this auspicious festival.

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Krishna once said that good deeds made, gifted, frugal, and done without faith are shown as no or “assat.” Therefore, neither here nor below is useful. Let us take a step closer to the devotion of Kanha and do our bit to help others in need.