From today until the 21st of April we will celebrate Rama Navami, the birth of Lord Rama, as it culminates the Spring Fest of Vasanta Navratri. Indeed one of the main festivals enjoyed by all Hindu believers. In this time of the year you can hear everywhere readings and recitations of the beautiful Ramayana holy scripture, visit the temples to bathe and cloth idols of Lord Ram, and spend time with family and friends. The festivity concludes with a day and night long fasting while reading narrations of the Ramayana, or witnessing the ceremonial wedding between Lord Rama and Goddess Sita, sometimes attended in a public procession.
The Ramayana is an epic centred on human values, an epic read that translates as the March of Rama, as in his quest to rescue his wife Sita from the demon king Ravana, Lord Rama travels and explores human nature, values and principles that equip him to struggle against the evil kidnapper, and must add in very beautiful and poetic verses.
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