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Ramnavami

Ramnavami is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Rama in the month of Chaitra in March/April. It is widely celebrated in Ayodhya and Puducherry, two places closely connected with the events of the Ramayana. In Ayodhya, thousands of pilgrims converge at the Kanaka Bhawan Temple where colourful processions are held, which comprise of brilliant floats of Rama, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman.    

 


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