Ramanavami celebrates the birth of Shri Rama or Ramachandra. The story of Shri Rama was first written by Vaalmeeki in about the 4th century B.C. Rama is supposed to have lived during the 8th or 7th century B.C. The epic known as the Ramayana. Ram is considered to be a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu, the preserver. Lord Vishnu took the seventh avtaar named Ram who killed Ravan, the evil king, on the 9th day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, for this reason every year 30th March celebrated as Ram Navmi. Therefore it comes as no surprise that his birth is celebrated year after year with great pomp and enjoyment on the ninth day after the new moon in 'Sukul Paksh'. In some parts of India, Ramanavami is celebrated in deferent name. In Ayodhya it is celebrated as "Ram lalla", and in Andhra Pradesh it is celebrated as "Kalyanotsavam". However enjoy this auspicious occasion with all people you know.
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