Fasting: In order to purify their bodies and minds and demonstrate their devotion to Lord Rama, many devotees keep fast, going without food and liquids till dusk. 

Temple Visits


People visit temples dedicated to Lord Rama, offer prayers, and participate in religious ceremonies to seek his blessings and express their reverence. 

Bhajans and Kirtans


Devotional songs and hymns praising Lord Rama are sung during the festivities, filling the air with spiritual fervor and enhancing the celebratory atmosphere.

Rath Yatra

In some regions, a grand procession known as Rath Yatra is organized, where idols of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshman, and Hanuman are paraded through the streets amidst chanting and music. 



After the day-long fast, families come together to prepare a delicious feast comprising traditional dishes like panakam, kosambari, and sweet treats to enjoy the festive spirit. 

Why Ram Navami is celebrated?

Celebrating the birth of Lord Rama, the embodiment of valor and justice, is the Hindu holiday known as Ram Navami.