Rose-ringed parakeets stay together in large numbers except during the period of courtship and breeding. During this time they are found in pairs. The male and female renew their pair bond every year. Their courtship display is apparent and romantic. The male approaches his mate while repeatedly, feeding her and rubbing bills with his partner.Once the eggs are laid, often in a natural hole in a tree, or in hole made by other birds like the woodpeckers, the female incubates the eggs for more than three weeks, while she is fed and guarded by her mate.