NAVRATRI 2022: Navratri is one of the most popular and important festivals and is celebrated across the country with enthusiasm, zeal and dedication. This year, the celebrations begin today on September 26. Dussehra is celebrated at the end of Navratri. This year it is celebrated on October 5. The festival represents good triumphing over evil. It is observed on the tenth day of the Hindu month of Ashwin, which corresponds to September or October in the Gregorian calendar.
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So, to praise and honor you on this special day, here is a list of devotional songs and bhajans that you can use in your prayers.
Shree Ramachandra Kripalu Bhajamana
Shree Ramachandra Kripalu Bhajamana is a well-known bhajan who praises Lord Rama for both his achievements and his calm and composed demeanor. In this bhajan, Lord Rama is described as kind and gentle, who upholds the law and overcomes all vices without losing his composure or objecting to the way he was treated.
Pal Pal Hai Bhari – Swades
This one from the popular Shah Rukh Khan movie Swades is the best representation of Lord Rama’s virtues and the qualities that the epic Ramayana showed and represented the God.
Mangal Bhavan Amangal Haric
This bhajan praises Lord Rama for the fact that just saying his name makes you feel happy and peaceful. The chanting of his name brings great peace and removes all difficulties. The song also discusses fate and how everything predetermined happens thanks to the divine planning and participation of Lord Rama.
Payo Ji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo
One of the most famous bhajans sung in honor of Lord Rama is Payo Ji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo. In this devotional hymn, Lord Rama’s mother Kaushalya expresses her gratitude to the stars for giving her the Lord as a son. The song describes the love of a mother who claims to have discovered the most priceless treasure in life, one that cannot be taken but grows day by day as Lord Rama grows older and she gets the chance to love him and to raise him.
Bhay Prakat Kripala
Every mother in the world will find meaning in the bhajan Bhay Prakat Kripala if it is understood correctly. The bhajan honors the birth of Lord Rama and the way he appeared at that time.
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