Does Rama need the prefix “Bhagavan”?
Though Rama is extremely calm, his leela speaks out for itself. During Sita Devi’s swayamvara, right after Rama broke Shiva’s bow, an incarnation of Vishnu had begged Rama for his own karmic purification. Because this incarnation, who accepted Rama’s grace, can also be addressed to as “a form of the Divine” by jivas, the incident highlights the extensive difference between Sita-Rama and other divine beings. Besides, in today’s world, more and more mortals have started claiming themselves to be Bhagavan or Brahman. This gives another reason to why these words no longer eulogize Rama as they could.
Happy birthday to Rama, who is beyond thought!
 The same also holds for Bhavani-Shiva, whose name is independently blissful and beyond such theoretical adjectives.
 Also read an earlier post on why Goswami Tulsidasa feels that we can never praise Rama enough.