RAM NAVAMI PUJA
Ram Navami is celebrated all over India and is considered to be the day on which the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu took birth in human form as Lord Ram. It is celebrated on the 9th day of Shukla Paksha in the Hindu lunar month Chaitra. Lord Ramachandra’s life is considered to be exemplary in every way. Followers of Vedic culture see Him as the ideal son, the most powerful warrior, the most faithful husband, and as a benevolent and just King. He set the standard for heroism, morality, and good governance. Therefore he is known as the Maryada Purushottam (peerless among righteous men).
In some places, the festival is celebrated with pomp and gaiety for 9 days and hence called as Ram Navratri or the Chaitra Navratri.
Puja Description: Swasti Vaachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Gauri-Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapan, Ram Darbar Pujan, Ram Raksha Yantra Pujan, Sunderkaand Path, Recitation of Shri Ram Janma Stuti, and Ram Raksha Stotra Paath, then Lord Rama's Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins.
Duration: 4 hours
Number of Pundits: 3
Prasadam: This Prasadam includes Ram Raksha Yantra and a video recording covering the most important parts of the Puja and Prasad from the Puja.