The festive season of the year is back again with joy. Sita Navami is celebrated across the nation with much fanfare and splendor. It is said on this day, people remember the anniversary of the birth of the goddess Sita. Goddess Sita, Lord Rama’s wife, is a representation of chastity and honesty. She also goes by the name Goddess Janaki. Thus every year, individuals begin the day with a holy plunge before doing a puja to Goddess Sita and requesting her blessings for the survival of their family. Here is all the information you require as we prepare to celebrate the important day.
The festival, Sita Navami is observed with great pomp and circumstance. Every morning, devotees say the phrase while taking a dip in the sacred river. Women honor Goddess Sita and observe a daylong fast. Only the next day may they break their fast.
Furthermore, the Sita Navami holiday is being observed this year on April 29. On Navami Tithi in the Shukla Paksha of the Vaishakha month, Sita Navami is observed. The Navami Tithi8 for Sita Navami will start at 04:01 PM on April 28 and finish at 06:22 PM on April 29. This information comes from Drik Panchang.
It is assumed that Hindu legend holds that the rulers of the Mithila kingdom, King Janaka and Queen Sunayana, adopted the goddess Sita. When he came upon Sita in a golden basket, King Janaka was preparing a field for a yagna. After the name of the plowed field, he adopted her and gave her the name Sita. Later, King Rama of the Ayodhya dynasty wed Goddess Sita.
The tale of Rama and Sita serves as motivation for married couples and serves as a lesson in sacrifice, love, and loyalty. Rama and Sita’s life did not, however, come without difficulties. The goddess Sita and Lakshman went with Lord Rama on his fourteen-year exile. Soon after, demon king Ravana abducted Goddess Sita. In Lanka, after killing Ravana, Lord Rama saved Sita.