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When is Baisakhi celebrated? Baisakhi Date

When is Baisakhi celebrated?

Baisakhi falls on the first day of Vaisakh month according to Nanakshahi or Sikh Calendar. According to English calendar, the date of Baisakhi corresponds to April 13 every year and April 14 once in every 36 years. This difference in Baisakhi dates is due to the fact that day of Baisakhi is reckoned according to solar calendar and not the …

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What is Significance Of Ram Navami?

What is Significance Of Ram Navami?

Salutations to Lord Rama, an Incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who is measureless, who is of the nature of pure Consciousness and bliss, who is the consort of Sita, Master of Sri Hanuman, and the Lord of the three worlds, who took His birth at His own will in order to establish righteousness, destroy the wicked and protect His devotees. Ramnavami …

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What is Ram Navami History?

Ramayana - Quiz for Ram Navami

Annually observed in the Hindu month of Chaitra, Ram Navami is one of the holiest Hindu festivals that is observed in nearly every part of the world inhabited by even the least number of Hindus. Every year, the month of March-April witnesses a flurry of activities in the pilgrimages and religious spots around India teeming with millions of Hindus with …

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What are Ram Navami Quotes?

What are Ram Navami Quotes?

Ram Navami festival commemorates the birth of Lord Shree Ram. Ram, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, one of the three major gods of Hindu religion came to earth for killing Ravana and reestablishment of ‘dharama’ (religion). He was also born as idyllic example of perfect human being. Lord Rama through various incidents of his life taught the human beings what …

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How is Ram Navami Celebrated?

Ram Navami Rituals: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Ram Navami is one of the holiest Hindu occasions that commemorate the birth of Lord Rama. The occasion is important not only for Hindus but many members of other communities as well. Just a cursory glance at the hotspots of the Ram Navami observances can warm one’s heart at the sight of people of entirely white origins taking part in …

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Who was Lord Mahavir?

Who was Lord Mahavir?

Lord Mahavir was the twenty-fourth and the last Tirthankara of the Jain religion. According to Jain philosophy, all Tirthankaras were born as human beings but they have attained a state of perfection or enlightenment through meditation and self realization. They are the Gods of Jains. Tirthankaras are also known as Arihants or Jinas. Tirthankara – One who establishes the four …

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Who was the guru of Lord Rama?

Rama Navami coloring pages

Vishwamitra was the guru of Lord Rama. He took prince Rama and Lakshmana to forest for the protection of Yagna. There after, he lead them to Mithila, to participate in the Swayamvaram of Sita Devi. Lord Rama successfully lifted the Shiva Danushu and married Sita Devi. Sage Vishwamitra was son of King Gadhi. His original name was Kaushika. King Gadhi …

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Who was the father of Lord Rama?

Lord Rama

Dasaratha was the great king in the epic Ramayana, who was the father of Rama, the hero of the epic and the avatar of Lord Vishnu. Dasaratha was the scion of Raghuvamsa and the king of Ayodhya. He had three wives namely Kaushalya, Kaikeyi and Sumitra. The son of Kaushalya was Rama, son of Kaikeyi was Bharata and son of …

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Who is son of Lord Rama and Sita?

Luv Kush Jayanti - Hindu Festival

Lava and Kusha were the two sons of Rama and Sita who were born while Sita was staying in the hermitage of the great sage Valmiki. The birth of the two sons of Rama was described in the Uttara Kanda of Ramayana. While Rama ruled the kingdom of Ayodhya with peace and prosperity, Sita, dwelling at the hermitage of Valmiki gave …

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