Shri Ram is the epitome of profound devotion, truthfulness and ideal living. And, he also truly symbolizes an obedient son, caring husband and dutiful brother.


Step into the world of divine readings at Get ready, as India eagerly awaits the grand welcome of Shri Ram on 22nd January at Ayodhya!


We are about to witness the most enthralling and divine event in Hindu history. Additionally, Ramlala will be there for a grand darshan. Experience the grandeur of devotion, majestically driven faith, and unwavering belief in Mayadapurshottam Shri Ram.

Who is Shri Ram?

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Shri Ram with Mata Sita, Lakshman and Hanuman

Lord Rama is popularly known as Shri Ram. He is a revered figure in Hinduism, seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu.

Meanwhile, Shri Ram is the central character in the Ramayana, Hindu epic. As a matter of fact, Shri Ram is a well known deity for his exemplary qualities, devotion to dharma (righteousness), dutifulness (Kartavya) and being Maryada Purshottam.

Why Lord Rama is called Maryada Purushottam?

Do you know why Shri Ram is called Maryadapurushottam? Let me tell you. Further, Maryadapurushottam is a Hindi word which is made of joining two words- maryada and pursuhottam. Thus, Maryada refers to the code of conduct and Purushottam means a man who stands out as supreme amongst best men.

Subsequently, Shri Ram always set an example of ideal living by following a path of virtue, even in challenging circumstances. Furthermore, his unwavering commitment to duty, respect for social norms and exemplary behavior make him the supreme man in terms of moral conduct, thus earning him the title “Maryada Purushottam”.

Apparently, Ramayan tells us his epic journey from being a respectful and obedient son to a dutiful husband, rescue his wife, Sita (goddess Lakshmi) from the demon king Ravana.

Significance of Shri Ram in our daily life

Moreover, Shri Ram’s life and his teachings are regarded ideal in Hinduism and serve as a moral and spiritual guide for many. Just like the Bible for Christians, the Ramayana plays a central role in shaping our beliefs and practices of Hinduism.

However, Ramayana is not just a story but a way of living that imparts lessons on duty, righteousness, devotion and the pursuit of truth.

In addition, we are going to witness consecration ceremony of Ramlala at Ayodhya, India on 22nd January 2024 as vivid and grand event for humanity. Be a part of this grand gala.

Why Ram Naam is so powerful?

Nonetheless, it is believed that the name of Rama is bigger than himself. You must be knowing that Word Ram is a Hindi word. Indeed, Ram is a taraka mantra. By chanting Ram naam continuously, our body creates vibrations which aligns our mooldhara and sahasara chakra. Certainly, by chanting Ram naam, our sins vanish, sadness goes away and emotional upheaval is replaced with peace and serenity.

Infact, in our culture, when a child is born, we recite Ram naam. Likewise, we chant Ram naam satya hain at the time of death. This word is mystical and divine in a way to attain salvation.


Let’s look at life from the perspective of Shri Ram once. Lets be a part of Ramrajya once, where truth, love, peace and unity are biggest assets. Materialistic pleasures are untouched. Lets rejoice the presence of Shri Ram on January 22nd, 2024.

Have a blessed time ahead. Keep growing with us.

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