The festival of Ram Navami is celebrated every year on the ninth date of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Chaitra, which falls on any day of the month of April. We, the people of Sanatan Dharma, celebrate it as the Birth Day of the Lord Sri Rama, the son of the king Dasharatha. Lord Rama was the Purushottam, who taught the lesson of Morality (limits) to humans. He is remembered for his reign which was happy, prosperous and moral. He is considered an incarnation of the God Vishnu. After killing the great monster Ravana, he became a symbol of peace, prosperity and his rule was called the Ram Rajya. On this day, his devotees go to the temples and celebrate this ceremony with devotion. The Tulsi Ramayana describes the story of this great king, and it is recited by the people. Ayodhya, the birth place of lord Rama is the centre of the rituals performed on Ram Navami. The chariot journeys of lord Rama, his wife Sita, brother Lakshman and the devotee Hanumana, are organised from many temples.