As per the Hindu calendar, from Chaitra Shukla Paksha Pratipada to Chaitra Purnima, the Shreeram principle is most active in the universe. Chaitra Shukla Paksha Navami, the day (tithi) when Shreeram was born, is also called as Sri Rama Navami.
Why celebrate any deity’s festival on a particular tithi?
On a particular tithi related to a deity, the respective deity principle is most active in the entire universe. Due to this, the deity’s chaitanya (divine consciousness) and saatvikta is emitted in a larger proportions.
On the day of Sri Rama Navami, Shreeram principle is active by 1000 times compared to other days of the year. An individual who does sadhana (spiritual practice ) gets more benefit from the deity’s principle by celebrating the holy festival.
The activated state of the deity on the day of the festival leads to the following benefits for humanity
- Purification of the universe
- Reduction in the effect of negative subtle energies
- Benefit for entire humanity by the chaitanya (divine consciousness and saatvikta).
Benefits of chanting “ Shree Ram Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram “ on Sri Rama Navami :
When one undertakes the chanting of “Shree Ram Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram” on this day, one benefits immensely from the increased proportion of Shree Ram principle on this day. Devotees worldwide who have chanted fervently this chant on this day have been bestowed with a number of spiritual experiences.
Kindly share with us, if you have also received any spiritual experience due to chanting on this day
To know more on Sri Rama Navami and how to celebrate it and the spiritual significance behind the ritualistic worship please read below articles and see below videos. Click here to listen to chanting of Shree Ram and Shree Ram Raksha stotra .
How to worship Shree Ram on Ram Navami in a spiritual manner and some spiritual experiences of seekers related to Ram Navami.