New Delhi: Every year in Sanatan Dharma, the birth anniversary of Lord Sri Ram is celebrated on Navami day of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, which is celebrated in joy on the birth anniversary of Shri Ram, has its own special significance in Hindu society. In Hindu culture, there is a law to worship Shri Ram, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, with great fanfare. On this day, the worship of Lord Rama and the glories of Sri Rama are described in every house in India. Also, every member of the house is expected to make their conduct pure like that of Shri Ram. It is also mentioned in astrology that the person whose behavior is similar to Lord Shri Ram. He gets success in every walk of life.
Come let us know all the events and qualities related to the life of Lord Sri Ram on the auspicious festival of Ram Navami, that’s why we call him Maryada Purushottam Ram.
- Sri Ram obeyed the orders of his parents after 14 years of exile from father Dasaratha and mother Kaikeyi. At the same time, Lord Ram knew that my father was bound by his promise, so he would have to obey him, so Ram chose the path of exile.
- Lord Rama never lost his patience in any difficult situation. He worked patiently in every problem, so we should work calmly in every problem of life like Lord Ram.
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- Guru’s place is the greatest in every person’s life. We can achieve success in life only with the knowledge of the Guru, but today’s youth do not follow the orders of the Guru and start walking on the wrong path without guidance. Lord Shri Ram ji always obeyed the orders of his Guru Vashisht. We should learn Guru Bhakti from his character.
- Lord Shri Ram ji never tried to change destiny, we should accept what is written in destiny because no one can fight with destiny.
- In the Ramayana, Lord Sri Ram is described as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who is full of the qualities of the Lord himself. Today, the adulteration that has come in the behavior of the people of the society, we should learn the lesson of purity from the behavior of Lord Rama.