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Happy Ram Navami 2021 Wishes in Odia, Images, Greetings, Messages, and Quotes to Share

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Chaitra Navaratri’s is going on. On the 9th day of Chaitra Navratri’s, Ram Navami is celebrated all over the Country. Ram Navami is celebrated on the occasion of Lord Ram’s Birthday, according to Studies, and Beliefs, Lord Ram was born on this day in Ayodhya. On this day people do all type of essential rituals to please Lord Ram, Devotees reads “Ramayan”, Visit Ram Temple’s, Do havan’s etc. People all around the country wishes or greet each other by sharing Happy Ram Navami wishes, Messages, Greetings, Quotes, Images and Messages.

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Happy Ram Navami Wishes and Greetings in Odia

May this day brings happiness to you and fill your life with joy and prosperity. Warm wishes on Ram Navami 2021.

Happy Ram Navami Wishes

With gleam of diyas and the echo of the chants,
May happiness and contentment fill your life.
Wishing you a Happy Ram Navami.

Messages

May Lord Ram Shower his blessings on you and your family,
I wish joy, harmony, and prosperity on Ram Navami for you and your family.

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Happy Ram Navami Wishes

Let us pray sacred mantras,
In the praise of the eternal savior,
‘Om Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram.
Wish you be accompanied by the blessings of Lord Ram.

Quotes

THE greatest formula that can liberate, cleanse and elevate the mind is Rama-Name, the Name of Rama.”The Immortal had come in the form of Rama to show the way to Immortality.

Happy Ram navami 2021

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It is not enough, nor is it essential that you should repeat the name of Rama loudly; respect it in the fullness of love and admiration.”

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