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Happy Raam Navami 2014*. Recitations from Maharishis Vedic Pandits.

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Uploaded on Mar 26, 2007

Celebrating the Divine Birthday of LORD RAAM on Sunday, the 19. of April 2013 worldwide.
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RAAM NAVAMI (Râm-Noimi).
LORD RÂMA CHANDRA'S BIRTHDAY-Celebration.
Shri Râmas Cosmic Descendence.
A Dedication to Lord Rama:
Ramayana is a celebrated epic of Hindu mythology composed by Sage Valmiki and contains 24,000 verses in seven kandas (Balakanda, Ayodhyakanda, Aranyakanda, Kishkindha Kanda, Sundara Kanda, Yuddha Kanda or Lanka kanda, Uttara Kanda). Ramanavami is celebrated on the ninth day in the bright half of Chaitra and represents the birth anniversary of Rama. The occasion is also used to perform SEETHA KALYAN or VIVAH at the Temple. Kalyan means auspicious/ wedding . It is believed that performance of Seetha Kalyan bestows peace and prosperity to all the devotees.
LORD RAAMAS Birthday is this year on the 19 of April (2013)

Ramnavami or the birthday of Lord Rama falls on the 9th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Chaitra (March-April).
This year it is the 19. of April 2013

Rama, the perfect avatar of the Supreme Protector Vishnu, is an all-time favorite among the Vedic Devatas (7. Incarnation of the Supreme Lord Hari). The most popular symbol of chivalry and virtue, Rama - in the words of Swami Vivekananda - is "the embodiment of truth, of morality, the ideal son, the ideal husband, and above all, the ideal king."

RAAM & MOTHER DIVINE in perfect attunement*
Interestingly to know Lord Raamas deeds corresponds exactly with the Sharadya Navaratri (9 days of Mother Divine at Spring). On the last celebrating Day Raam is born und with the Navaratri in Atumn.
On Vijaya Dashami Lord Raam kills the evil King of the Asuras Shri Ravanna.
And on Dipavali (Maha-Lakshmi celebration) the sweet Lord Raam came home to the Vedic Capital City *Ayodhya* of North-India, the oldest City in the world founded by his Grand Grand Grand Father Manushiya (MANU), the father of all human beings & 7. Son of Vivasvan (SURYA/THE SUN)
*JAI SHRI RAJA RAAM*
*Jai Shri Sita Dewi*
*Jai Shri Hanuman-ji Chakravarthi*
*JAI GURU DEV*
Rama bzw. Ram (Sanskrit, m., राम, rāma) ist nach den Lehren des Hinduismus die siebte Inkarnation von Vishnu, einem hinduistischen Gott. Er gilt als gebildet, schön und mit allen königlichen Eigenschaften ausgestattet. Seine Geschichte wird in dem indischen Heldenepos Ramayana erzählt. Dies handelt von Ramas Verbannung in die Waldeinsamkeit und dem Sieg über Ravana, nachdem dieser seine Gattin Sita nach Lanka entführt hatte. Ein wesentlicher Helfer bei diesem Kampf war Hanuman, der Affengott.

Sein Vater war König Dasharatha, Rama der älteste von vier Söhnen. Rama begegnete Sita am Hof von König Janaka, wo er ein Bogenschießen gewann (mit dem Bogen von Shiva, den er als einziger spannen konnte). Rama heiratete Sita. Auf Drängen seiner Stiefmutter Kaikeyi wurde Rama in den Wald verbannt. Zwei Menschen begleiteten ihn: sein Bruder Lakshmana und seine Gattin Sita. Dasharatha ordnete an, dass Rama vierzehn Jahre lang in der Verbannung leben sollte.
Ramas Geburtstag Ramnavami ist ein wichtiges Fest der Hindus. Er fällt auf den 9. Tag des zunehmenden Mondes im Monat Chaitra (März/April).

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