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Ram Navami is celebrated with fervour and devotion. The day typically begins with fasting and prayers at temples, where devotees offer flowers, fruits, and sweets to Lord Rama. Recitations of the Ramayana, singing bhajans, and attending discourses on Lord Rama’s life are common. Colourful processions with idols of Lord Rama, Sita, and Hanuman may take place, accompanied by music and dance. Some communities also perform Kanya Puja, worshipping young girls symbolizing divine feminine energy. Community feasts, charitable acts, and a spirit of unity and sharing characterize the day, making Ram Navami a time of spiritual reflection and cultural celebration.