Only by chanting Lord Raam’s name, the human beings are saved and reformed from the desires of this earthly world. In this Kal Yug, Lord Raam’s Name itself is said to be the mode of crossing the sea of the earthly world. Raam Navmi is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Lord Raam, the epitome of Nobility and Principles, the best amongst human beings.
According to the beliefs, Lord Raam was born about 7000 years ago i.e.around 5000 AD. This day was the ninth day of the Shukla paksha of Chaitra month. Lord Raam was born as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, to the parents, Dashrath and his wife Kaushalya. In the Treta Yug, Lord Ram Vishnu had to take human incarnation and descend on the Earth, to achieve the win of good and righteousness over evil. According to another belief, Lord Raam lived for 11,000 years and left his human body in the Treta Yug itself. There are some facts related to the life of Lord Raam, whicheverybodydoesnot know. According to the Ramayana of the South, Lord Raam had an elder sister too. Whose name was Shanta? She was the first child of Maharaj Dashrath and Kaushalya. According to another narrative of this Ramayana, King Dasharathhadgivenhisdaughter Shanta, to be adopted by king Rompad of
Ang province. Varshini, the wife of Romapad was the sister of Kaushalya, who had no children That is the reason, king Dashrathgave Shaantatothem, for adoption. In another fable, it is said that after the birth of Shanta, there was a severe drought in the Ayodhya town. After which, king Dashrath had given his daughter Shanta, to be adopted by Rompad. It is well known that Raam, Lakshman, Bharat, and Shatrughan, the four sons of king Dasharath were born due to the result of the worship “desire Only by chanting Lord Raam’s name, the human beings are saved and reformed from the desires of this earthly world. In this Kal Yug, Lord Raam’s Name itself is said to be the mode of crossing the sea of the earthly world. Raam Navmi is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Lord Raam, the epitome of Nobility and Principles, the best amongst human beings.
Forson”, as suggested by the sage Vashishtha. This “desire for son” worship was carried out by Shanta’s husband and the son-in-law of the king Dashrath; Rishi “Ring”.The sage Ring was the son of sage Vibhandak and the grandson of sage Kashyap. The rule of this “desire for son” worship was that all the rejuvenation and the virtues of the sage, who would carry out this worship, will be destroyed in this worship. Therefore, sage Ring had refused to carry out this worship. But after Shanta’s insisting, sage Ring agreed to perform the worship.
As a result, “Kheer”, a Rice and Milk pudding originated from the worship pyre and the three queens of King Dashrath ate it. After the worship, King Dashrath gave a lot of money and wealth to the sage Ring. But sage Ring did not get tempted him and went back to do penance in the forest to earn his virtues again.