Jai Shri Ram Diwas 2024: Best Wishes, Messages, Image & Slogan

Jai Shri Ram Diwas: Greetings from Ayodhya of Our Hearts to Lord Ram. A day of celebration and adoration as we welcome Lord Ram. Join us for a grand celebration on January 22 at ISKCON Varanasi.

Jai Shri Ram is an expression in Indian languages, which translates as “Glory to Lord Rama” or “Victory to Lord Rama”. The proclamation has been used by Hindus as an informal greeting, as a symbol of adherence to the Hindu faith, or to project various faith-centered sentiments.

The expression was used by the Indian Hindu nationalist organizations Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and their allies.

Jai Shri Ram Religious

Photojournalist Prashant Panjiar wrote that in the city of Ayodhya, female pilgrims always chanted the mantra “Sita-Ram-Sita-Ram”, while older male pilgrims preferred not to use the name Ram. The traditional use of “Jai” in a slogan was along with “Siyavar Ramchandraji ki Jai” (“Praise be to Ram, Sita’s husband”). A popular greeting invoking Ram is “Jai Ram ji ki” and “Ram-Ram“.

The name greeting “Ram” has been traditionally used by people of all religions.

Jai Shri Ram Symbolism

The worship of Rama increased significantly after the invasion of Muslim Turks in the 12th century. The Ramayana became widely popular in the 16th century. It is argued that the story of Rama “provides a powerful imaginative formulation of the divine king, who alone is capable of destroying evil”. The concept of Ramrajya, “Rule of Rama”, was used by Gandhi to describe an ideal country free from the British.

The most widely known political use of Ram began with Baba Ram Chandra’s peasant movement in Awadh in the 1920s. He encouraged the use of “Sita-Ram” as a greeting as opposed to the widely used “Salaam”, as the latter implied social inferiority. “Sita-Ram” soon became a slogan.

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