According to the Hindu Panchang (Panchang), the festival of Ramnavmi is celebrated every year on the Navami date of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Chaitra.
Special things about the festival:-
Ram Navami is celebrated every year on Chaitra Shukla Paksha Navami
Prabhu Shriram was born on Punarvasu Nakshatra and Cancer Lagna on this day.
The festival of Ram Navami is celebrated with glory across the country.
New Delhi: According to the Hindu Panchang, every year, the festival of Ramnavmi is celebrated on the Navami date of the Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. According to mythological beliefs, on this day in Punavasu Nakshatra and Cancer Lagna, Lord Shree Rama (Lord Ram), the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born in King Dasharatha's house in Ayodhya. This year, the festival of Ram Navami is on Wednesday, 21 April. The festival of Ram Navami is celebrated with pomp across the country and Lord Rama is also worshiped on this day.
Ramnavami date and Auspicious time:
Ram Navami Date - 21 April 2021, Wednesday
Navami Date Start - 21 April 2021 at 12:43 pm
Navami ends - 22 April 2021 at 12:35 pm
Auspicious time for Ramnavami Puja- On 21 April Wednesday from 11:02 am to 1:38 pm - 2 hours 36 minutes
Vidhi for Worshiping of Ramnavmi:
On the day of Navami Tithi, take a bath before sunrise in the morning and place a statue or picture of Lord Shri Ram at the place of worship. Now take the resolution of keeping Ram Navami’s fast. After this, worship Lord Shri Ram with Akshat, Roli, Sandalwood, Incense, Smell, etc. After this, offer them tulsi leaf and a bud of lotus flower. Offer some fruits and sweets as per your pocket. Then Perform Aarti and distribute Prasad to all the people. If you want, you can also read Ramayana and Ram Raksha Sroot on this day.
Mythological beliefs related to Ramnavmi:
According to mythology, the entire public was plagued by the tyranny of Ravana, the king of Lanka, even the deity because Ravana had taken the boon of immortality from Brahma ji. In order to punish Ravana for his actions, Lord Vishnu decided to take birth as Lord Shri Ram. Here, King Dasaratha had three wives but not one child. Then King Dasharatha performed a sonishti yajna and fed the kheer found in the prasad to the three queens. After some time, on the Navami date of Chaitra Shukla Paksha, Rani Kaushalya gave birth to Rama, Kaikeyi gave birth to Bharata and Sumitra gave birth to Lakshmana and Shatrughna. Since then, the tradition of celebrating the Navami date of Chaitra Shukla Paksha as Ram Navami started.