Planting Sacred Tulsi: It's a tradition to plant sacred Tulsi (holy basil) saplings on Ram Navami, as Tulsi is considered dear to Lord Vishnu.


Community Feasts: Community feasts, known as "prasad," are prepared and distributed among devotees as a symbol of sharing and unity


 Processions and Rallies: In many places, grand processions and rallies are organized, with participants dressed as characters from the Ramayana, accompanied by music and dance.


 Religious Observances: Devotees observe fasts, visit temples, and recite hymns and verses from the Ramayana, the epic that narrates the life and deeds of Lord Rama.


Celebrated Worldwide: Ram Navami is celebrated not only in India but also in various parts of the world, wherever there are significant Hindu communities.


 Date Significance: Ram Navami falls on the ninth day (Navami) of the Chaitra month in the Hindu lunar calendar, typically in March or April.



Birth Anniversary of Lord Rama: Ram Navami commemorates the birth anniversary of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu according to Hindu belief.