A Hindu festival called Ram Navami is observed throughout India to honour the birth of Lord Rama, who is revered as the seventh manifestation of the god Vishnu. On the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri, the auspicious nine-day Hindu festival that ushers in the new year, the festival is held. In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, in the city of Ayodhya, where Lord Rama was born on this day.
Devotees observe various religious rites, offer prayers, and observe fasts on this day to commemorate the occasion. Devotees commence their day with a morning bath and puja (worship) at their homes or in temples. In addition to singing hymns and praying, they present Lord Rama with flowers, fruits, sweets, and other delights.
Jooli has curated some puja items that you could use this Ram Navmi:
In conclusion, Ram Navami is considered to be a very important holiday. It is a moment to consider Lord Rama's life and teachings and to honour his legacy. Those who are devout gather to pray, partake in rituals, and exchange joy and blessings on this special occasion.