The incarnation of Shri Ram on this earth is considered to be the Navami date of the Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. He is an ideal man who inspired people to live life as an honest person. They fought against the cruel intentions and dishonesty that existed in the world. It is believed that he was sent to remind people of righteousness on earth.
Mata Sita's Swayamvar
Once Maharishi Vishwamitra, who came to Mithila with Lord Rama and Lakshmana. King Janaka was organizing a swayamvara for his daughter, Sita. It was a competition where most of the potential grooms were putting their strength to win the princess. Raja Janaka, who was the king of Mithila at that time, being the greatest devotee of Lord Shiva, received the Shiva-bow as a gift.
Mahadev's bow & Swayambar Stipulation
The condition of Swayambar was that, whoever would lift the huge bow and offer it to him, only he could marry Princess Sita, but no one could do it.
King Janaka was very distraught, whether there is no such knight on this earth who could even shake the bow of Mahadev from his place. Even the great powerful Lanka husband Ravana, who was an ardent devotee of Mahadev, did not bother with the bow.
Shri Ram's arrival at Janak's court
In this way Prabhu Shriram arrives in Janaka's court, the whole atmosphere is illuminated by his fast. After receiving the blessings of the Guru, the Lord lifts the bow in a moment. The bow is broken by his touch. In this way, Shriram fulfills the condition of the self, and Mata Janaki gives them his choice.
Exile of Bhagwan Ram
After Lord Rama married Sita, he was ensured to be the king of Ayodhya. His stepmother did not want to make him king and wanted to make his son Bharata king. Therefore, he asked King Dasaratha to send Rama to exile for 14 years. As Dasaratha was bound by his word, he did all this with a stone on his heart. Lord Rama along with his wife and younger brother Lakshmana went to forest for exile.
Ravana killed by Lord Rama
With Supanakha biting his nose, this incident begins. Ravana became so angry with his sister's insult that he decided to take revenge by kidnapping Sita. As Ravana was taking Sita away, Jatayu, one of the devotees of Lord Rama fought with Ravana with all his strength. However, Ravana cut his wings and Jatayu fell badly and fell to the ground. Ravana took Mata Sita into his kingdom, which is called Lanka.
Construction of Ram Setu on the sea
Lord Rama along with his monkey devotees and Hanuman chose the sea route to reach the kingdom of Lanka. Ram Bhakta Hanuman wrote the name of Lord Rama to reach the island of Lanka and built Rama Setu on the sea using floating rocks. That Ramsetu Pool still exists today.
Bhagwan Shri Ram challenged by Ravana
Ravana challenged Lord Rama to defeat him and lead Sita. To keep the piety alive, he had to defeat Ravana's brother, Vishal Kumbhakarna and sons, along with the many demons that came in the way.
Ravana had 10 heads (Dashanan), making it impossible to kill him. Lord Rama nonetheless defeated him with the help of Vibhishana (brother of Ravana) and returned to Ayodhya after fourteen years with mother Sita and brother Lakshman, which is celebrated as Diwali.
According to widespread legends, Lord Rama is considered the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who incarnated to annihilate the demon king Ravana. Shri Ram is known for his impeccable personality and incomparable simplicity. Sri Rama is one of the popular deities of Hinduism.
Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan
Today was the historical event of Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan in Ayodhya for which head of the state Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself went and himself laid the foundation stone. This has raged the spark of self-salvation in Sanatan Dharma followers. Those who are not proud of being a Hindu or even deny to call them once can kindly become Muslims or atheists and should leave Sanatan Dharma as we do not need them at all. Jo Ram Ka Nahin Woh Kisi kaam ka nahi is the notion and thou shall be followed by every Hindu living on this planet.