Short Essay on Ram Navami [100, 200, 400 Words] With PDF

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This session is going to be focused on writing short essays on Ram Navami. I will write three sets of essays on the same topic covering different word limits as recommended in most exams. 

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Short Essay on Ram Navami in 100 Words

Ram Navami is a Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. This spring festival is a part of the spring Navratri festival and is celebrated in the month of Chaitra, the first month in the Hindu Calendar. According to the Hindu religious myths, Lord Rama was born to Dasharatha, the King of Ayodhya and his Queen, Kausalya.

Ram Navami is celebrated by Hindus with great devotion and joy. On this day, devotees clean and decorate their houses. They observe fasts and visit temples to worship the Lord. People also recite Ramayana as well as sing devotional hymns. As Lord Rama fought and killed many demons in his lifetime, including the demon King, Ravana, Ram Navami is also a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. 


Short Essay on Ram Navami in 200 Words

Ram Navami is a major Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. According to the Hindu religious myths, Lord Rama was born to the King of Ayodhya, Dasharatha and his Queen, Kausalya. He was born at noon on the 9th day of Chaitra, which is the first month in the Hindu Calendar. This day coincides with the 9th day of the spring Navratri festival and hence, Ram Navami is celebrated as a part of Chaitra Navratri. In the Gregorian calendar, this day typically falls in the month of March or April. 

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Lord Rama was an ideal man and a great king, under whose rule the kingdom of Ayodhya prospered like never before. He was a devoted son, brother and husband. He led by example and showed people how to live morally. Ram Navami is celebrated by Hindus with great devotion and joy.

On this day, devotees clean and decorate their houses. They observe fasts and visit temples to worship Lord Rama. People also recite Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas as well as sing devotional hymns. As Lord Rama fought and killed many demons in his lifetime, including the demon King, Ravana, Ram Navami is also a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. 


Short Essay on Ram Navami in 400 Words

Ram Navami is a major Hindu festival celebrated in India. It is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of one of the supreme Hindu gods, Lord Vishnu. According to the Hindu religious myths, Lord Rama was born to the King of Ayodhya, Dasharatha and his Queen, Kausalya.

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He was born at noon on the 9th day of Chaitra, which is the first month in the Hindu Calendar. This day coincides with the 9th day of the spring Navratri festival which is celebrated to honour Goddess Durga. Thus, Ram Navami is celebrated as a part of the Chaitra Navratri festival. In the Gregorian calendar, this day typically falls in the month of March or April. 

Lord Rama was an ideal man and a great king, under whose rule the kingdom of Ayodhya prospered like never before. He was a devoted son to his parents, a kind brother to his siblings and a loyal and loving husband to his wife, Sita. He led by example and showed people how to live morally. To fulfil his stepmother’s wishes and his father’s promise, he gave his throne to his younger brother and went into exile for 14 years.

There, his wife, Sita, was abducted by the demon King, Ravana. Rama, along with his brother and an army of monkeys, fought against Ravana, killed him and brought back Sita. After 14 years, he returned back home and ruled his kingdom peacefully as a kind and just ruler. 

On the day of Ram Navami, people clean and decorate their houses. Many people take small idols of baby Rama and bathe him in milk. Then they dress him up in beautiful clothes, jewellery and flower garlands. The idols are then placed in cradles and worshipped. Many people also observe fasts and visit temples of Lord Rama to worship him.

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Special celebrations are held in places like Ayodhya, Janakpurdham, Sita Samahit Sthal and Sitamarhi, which are associated with the legend of Lord Rama and Sita. Devotees also go for a bath in the sacred river Sarayu in Ayodhya. In many places, rath yatras or chariot processions are held in which idols of Rama, Lakshman, Sita and Hanuman are placed in decorated chariots and carried around the town with great joy. The sun god, Surya is also worshipped on this day as Lord Rama belonged to the Surya dynasty. 

Ram Navami is also celebrated with great devotion outside of India in places like South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Mauritius, Malaysia, Singapore and other countries where a huge number of Hindus live. 


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