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Ram Photo Frames Online in India @Puja N Pujari

Lord Shri Ram is the seventh Avatar of Vishnu. Sri Rama Navami is celebrated on the occasion of Lord Sri Ram's birthday. The day falls on the ninth and last day of Chaitra Navarathri, and months of March and April. Ram is also known as "Kodanda Rama". Most of the people will observe fast on this auspicious day and performs a puja.

Puja N Pujari is a spiritual formation and we have more collection of Ram Darbar Photo Frames in different designs and sizes. In our website more Sri Rama photo frames for wall hanging and pooja room in wooden , glass and fiber photo frames, single and double gold plated frames available at Puja N Pujari. Once you buy these lord Sri Rama photo frames and perform puja.

Significance Of Lord Shree Rama Photo Frames  

Tribute to Lord Rama, addresses of Lord Vishnu. Who is of the nature of pure responsiveness and joy, who is measureless, ruler of hanuman, and the Lord of the three worlds, who celebrate his birthday at his own will to establish goodness, destroy the wicked and protect his devotees. His fame and powers are unlimited. Rama was addressed on earth for the smashing of Ravana. Sri Rama Navami is also known as Vasant Navarathri. One who nearer to Sri Rama with love and worship becomes big-hearted, pure in spirit, unemotional in thought, word, and deed. Lord Rama will give his power and knowledge. Lord Rama was born in Sukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra. That day the Hindu people will celebrate the Shree Rama Navami. This festival celebration indicates the removal of bad powers and the entrance of the divine power of the earth.

Lord Sri Rama Photo Frames

Buy Ram & Sita photo frames online at the Puja N Pujari website. Lord Rama was born in the Treta Yug. He was known as a king of love and virtue. The Navarathri festival celebrated two times in a year, One is Chaitra Navarathri another one is Sharad Navaratri. During those days if you buy a Sri Rams photo frame or idol he will show his boons on you. We have more beautiful and different sizes of photo frames like small, medium, large photo frames.

Especially in three days, we perform the Rama puja one is Ram Navami, Diwali, and Dussera. Ram Navami is also known as Chaitra Navaratri. 9th day of Navratri we can be called it Dussehra.

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Lord Ram Puja On Sri Ram Navami

Ram Navami is the Hindu festival. This festival is celebrated to honor the birth of Lord Rama, an avatar of Vishnu. Rama Navami marks the end of nine days Chaitra Navaratri. The festival is celebrated with joy and excitement. Many devotees are fasting at this festival. The peoples who are fast on this day are showered with endless good luck and happiness by Lord Sri Rama.

Lord Ram Puja On Dussehra

Lord Ram puja performed on the last day of Navarathri. The last day of Navarathri is also known as Dussehra. Dussehra is also known as ‘Vijayadashami’. Dussehra represents the triumph of good over evil. Dussehra is also celebrated to mark the killed of Ravana by Lord Rama.

Question & Answers

What is the story behind celebrating Dussehra
Dussehra celebrates the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravana and the triumph of goods over evil.

Why Dussehra is celebrated for 10 days.
Lord Rama fought against Ravana for ten days and killed the Ravana to rescue his wife Sita Mata, whom Ravana had kidnapped.

What is the real story of Diwali?
The real story of Diwali is the king Rama return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana. So we celebrate by lighting rows of clay lamps, crackers. As well as we celebrate Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.

Why do we worship Goddess Maha Lakshmi and Lord Ganapathi together?
On the day of Diwali, we worship Lakshmi and Ganesha together. It is well known that is Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, and Lord Ganesha the God of intelligence, and he will get rid of all obstacles, and hinder our growth.