A man is great by deeds, not by birth-Lord Rama


Sri Rama Navami

Sri Rama Navami, also known as Ramanavami or Ram Navami, is an auspicious Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. It falls on the ninth day of the Hindu month of Chaitra (March/April), which is also the last day of the nine-day festival of Navaratri.

Lord Rama is one of the major deities in the Hindu religion and is known as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

His birth is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion by millions of Hindus worldwide.

In cities and towns, processions are organized with an idol of Lord Rama, accompanied by musicians and devotees singing bhajans and kirtans.

The procession culminates at a temple or a community hall where puja and arati are carried out.

Sri Rama Navami is not just a celebration of Lord Rama’s birth but is also an occasion to reflect on his life, virtues, and teachings. 

Lord Rama is revered for his humility, devotion, and righteousness, and his life serves as an inspiration for people to lead a virtuous life and follow the path of righteousness.


Sri Rama Navami is a day of great significance for Hindus across the world. It is a celebration of Lord Rama’s birth, but also a day to reflect on his teachings and follow in his footsteps. It is an occasion to renew our devotion to God and seek his blessings for a fulfilling and meaningful life.

To all my fellow Indians, who are celebrating Sri Ram Navami today

“May Lord Rama’s Devine Grace be with you always and guide you towards the path of righteousness. Happy Sri Rama Navami.”

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo


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