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Celebrating Rama Navami at work

Rama Navami is a major holiday celebrated in India, where government organizations and many other businesses close to honor traditional celebrations. The festival falls on the ninth day in the Hindu calendar, within the Chaitra month. Rama Navami is a celebration of the birth of Lord Rama, born to the king of Ayodhya. As one of the deities in Hinduism, many look up to Rama and consider his birth as a victory of good versus evil. 

How is Rama Navami celebrated?

Fasting is the most recognized way to observe Rama Navami, oftentimes leading up to a large feast at the end of the day. Celebrations also include reading the great epic Ramayana, visiting temples, and attending public gatherings held to perform rituals in honor of Rama and his wife Sita.

Honor Rama Navami with a message to your team

If you are looking for ways to honor the holiday at your organization, consider some of these messages from The Indian Express:

  • “May the divine grace of Lord Rama always be with you. Wish you a very happy and prosperous Rama Navami!”
  • “Here is hoping that Lord Rama bestows happiness and prosperity in your life and brightens it with his divine blessing. Happy Rama Navami!”
  • “On this auspicious day, may Lord Rama give you all the happiness, good health, and fulfill your endeavors in life.”

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