Ram Navami, an auspicious Hindu festival, will be celebrated on March 30.
The festival celebrates the birth of Lord Rama in Ayodhya to its king Dasharatha and queen Kaushalya in the Treta yuga.
It is believed that the exact midtime of this period marks the moment of Lord Rama’s birth.
Therefore, a lot of people observe 12:00 PM as the Madhyahna mark due because of the usage of western clocks, as per Drik Panchang.
This year, the madhyahna muhurat will begin at 11:11 AM and end at 01:40 PM.
On Ram Navami, devotees observe fast and also worship Lord Rama’s baby form.
Devotees also narrate the Ramayana and recite Rama Raksha Stotra.
As Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Rama, it is one of the prime destinations to visit.
Devotees take a dip in the River Sarayu and participate in the temple celebrations.
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