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PostHeaderIcon Sri Rama Raksha Stotram

The hymn called Sri Ramaraksha Stotram that has been praised by all as a remedial measure for good health,peace and bliss. Chanting of the Divine name and prayers like Ramaraksha stotram have been hailed as the unfailing means to
liberation in the spiritual tradition.This prayer stotram is unmatched as it is not only the name of the Lord,the supreme Rama Parabrahmam during his incarnation as Dasaradha’s son, but also as incantation which is capable of
delivering man from bondage.

The author of this hymn is Budhakousika . The Deity is Sri Sita Ramachandra and the meter is anushtup . The power is Sita,central point is Hanuman and the usage is recitation.

Aasya Shriramrakshastrotamantrasya budhkaushik hrishi |
ShriSitaramcandro devta anushtup Chanda: Sita shakti |
Shriman hanuman keelkam ShriRamcandapreetyeRthe |
Ramrakshastotrajape vinyOgah ||

Dhyaanam

Dhyaaedaajaanu baahum dhyaanam dhrit shar dhanusham badhhpadmaasanastham |
Peetam vaaso vasaanam navkamaldalspardhinetram prasannam |
Vamaankaarooddh sita mukhkamal milallochanam neerdaabham |
Naanaalankaar deeptam dadhat murujataamandalam Ramchandram ||

Stotram

Charitam Raghunaathasya shut koti pravistaram |
Ekaikam aksharam punsaam mahaa paatak naashanam || 1 ||

Dhyaatvaa nilotpal shyaamam Ramam rajeev lochanam |
Jaanaki lakshmanopetam jataa mukut manditam || 2 ||

Saasitoor dhanurbaan paanim naktam charaantakam |
Swalilayaa jagat traatumaavirbhuntam ajam vibhum || 3 ||

Ram rakshaam patthet praagyaha paapaghaneem sarv kaamdam |
Shiro may Raaghavah paatu bhaalam Dasharathaatmjah || 4 ||

Kausalyeyo Drishau Paatu Vishvaamitra priyah shrutee |
Ghraanam paatu makha traataa mukham saumitrivatsala || 5 ||

Jihvaam vidyaa nidhih paatu kanttham bharat vanditah |
Skandhau divyaayudhah paatu bhujau bhagnesh kaarmukah || 6 ||

Karau seetapatih paatu hridayam jaamadagnyajit |
Madhyam paatu khara dhwansi naabhim jaambvadaashrayah || 7 ||

Sugriveshah katee paatu sakthini hanumat prabhuh |
Uru Raghoot tamah paatu rakshakul vinaashkrit || 8 ||

Jaahnuni Setukrit Paatu janghey dasha mukhaantakah |
Paadau vibhishan shreedah paatu Ramokhilam vapuh ||9 ||

Etaam Ram balopetaam rakshaam yah sukriti patthet |
Sa chiraayuh sukheeputri vijayi vinayi bhavet || 10 ||

Paataal bhutalavyom chaari nash chadmchaarinah |
Na drashtumapi shaktaaste rakshitam ramnaambhih || 11 ||

Rameti Rambhadreti Ramchandreti vaa smaran |
Naro na lipyate paapeir bhuktim muktim chavindati || 12 ||

Jagat jaitreik mantrein Ram naam naabhi rakshitam |
Yah kantthe dhaareytasya karasthaah sarv siddhyah ||13 ||

Vajra panjar naamedam yo Ramkavacham smaret |
Avyaa hataagyah sarvatra labhate jai mangalam || 14 ||

Aadisht vaan yathaa swapne Ram rakshaimaam harah |
Tathaa likhit vaan praatah prabu dho budh kaushikah || 15 ||

Aaraamah kalpa vrikshaanam viraamah sakalaapadaam |
Abhiraam strilokaanam Ramahi Shrimaansah nah prabhuh || 16 ||

Tarunau roop sampannau sukumaarau mahaa balau |
Pundreek vishaalaakshau cheerkrishnaa jinaambarau || 17 ||

Fala moolaa shinau daantau taapasau brahma chaarinau |
putrau dashrathasyetau bhraatarau Ram Lakshmanau ||18 ||

Sharanyau sarv satvaanaam shreshtthau sarv dhanush mataam |
Rakshah kul nihantaarau traayetaam no raghuttamau || 19 ||

Aattasajjadhanushaa vishusprishaa vakshyaashug nishang sanginau |
Rakshnaaya mum Ram lakshmanaa vagratah pathi sadaiv gachhtaam || 20 ||

Sannadah kavachi khadagi chaap baan dharo yuvaa |
Gachhan manorathaa nashch Ramah paatu salakshmanah || 21 ||

Ramo daashraltih shooro lakshmanaaru charo balee |
Kaakutsthah purushah purnah kausalyeyo raghuttmah || 22 ||

Vedaant vedyo yagneshah puraan puru shottamah |
Jaanaki vallabhah shrimaan prameya paraakramah || 23 ||

Ityetaani japan nityam madabhaktah shraddhyaan vitah |
Ashvamedhaadhikam punyam sampraapnoti na sanshayah || 24 ||

Ramam doorvaadal shyaamam padmaaksham peet vaasasam |
Stuvanti naambhirdivyern te sansaarino naraah || 25 ||

Ramam Lakshman poorvajam raghuvaram sitapatim sundaram |
Kaakutstham karunarnvam gunnidhim viprapriyam dhaarmikam || 26 ||

Raajendram satyasandham Dashrath tanayam shyaamalam shaantmurtium
Vande Lokaabhiraamam Raghukultilakam Raghavam Raavanaarim |
Ramaay Rambhadraay Ramchandraay Vedhasey
Raghunaathaay naathaay sitayah paataye namah || 27 ||

Shri Ram Ram Raghunandan Ram Ram
Shri Ram Ram Bharataagraj Ram Ram
Shri Ram Ram Runkarkash Ram Ram
Shri Ram Ram Sharanam bhav Ram Ram || 28 ||

Shri Ram Chandra Charan
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau manasaa smaraami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau vachasaa grinaami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Shirasaa namaami
Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Sharanam prapadye || 29 ||

Maataa Ramo Matpitaa. Ram Chandrah
Swaami Ramo matsakhaa Ram Chandrah
Sarvasvam may Ram Chandra Dayaalur
Naanyam jaane naive jaane na jaane || 30 ||

Dakshiney Lakshmano yasya vaame cha janakaatmajaa |
Purato marutir yasya tama vande Raghunandanam || 31 ||

Lokaabhi Ramam rana rangdheeram
Rajeev netram Raghuvansh naatham
Kaarunya roopam karunaa karantam
Shri Ram Chandram Sharanam prapadye || 32 ||

Manojavam maarut tulya vegam
Jitendriyam buddhi mataam varishttham
Vaataatmjam vaanar youth mukhyam
Shri Ram dootam Sharanam prapadye || 33 ||

Koojantam Ram raameti madhuram madhuraaksharam |
Aaruhya Kavitaa Shakhaam vande Vaalmikilokilam || 34 ||

Aapdaampahar taaram daataaram sarvsampdaam |
Lokaabhiramam Shri Ramam bhooyo bhooyo namaamya hum || 35 ||

Bharjanam bhav beejaanaam arjanam sukh sampdaam |
Tarjanam yum dootaanaam Ram Rameti garjanam || 36 ||

Ramo Rajmani sadaa vijayate Ramam Ramesham bhaje
Ramenaa bhihtaa nishaacharchamoo Ramaay tasmai namah|
Ramannaasti paraayanam partaram Ramasya daasosmyaham
Rame Chittalayah sadaa bhavtu me bho Ram maamudhhar || 37 ||

Ram Rameti Rameti Ramey Rame manoramey |
Sahastra naam tatulyam Ram naam varaananey || 38 ||

Eti Shree Ram Raksha Stotram

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PostHeaderIcon Sri Ram Bhujanga Stotram

Sri Ram Bhujanga Stotra or Rama Bhujangam Stotram is devotional song dedicated to Lord Sri Rama or Ramachandra. Sri Rama Bujangam was composed by Jagat Guru Adi Shankaracharya (Adhi Shankara Bhagawat Pada). In this highly powerful Rama Bhujangam sloka, Adi Shankara prasies the great deeds of Lord Rama. Any devotee of Lord Ram who chants this bhujagam prayer, which is considered as the summary or Vedas, will be blessed by Rama and can attain salvation.

Rama Bhujangam Stotra  - Prayer of Lord Sri Ram

Vishudham Param Sachidananda Roopam,
Gunadhara Madhara Heenam Varenyam,
Mahantham Vibhantham Guhantham Gunantham,
Sukhantham Swayamdhama Ramam Prapadhye. 1

Shivam Nithyamekam Vibhum Tharakakhyam,
Sukhakaramakara Soonyam Sumaanyam,
Mahesam Kalesam Suresam Paresam,
Naresam Nireesam Maheesam Prapadhye. 2

Yada Varnayal Karnamoole Anthakale,
Shivo Rama Ramethi Ramethi Kasyam,
Thadekam Param Tharaka Brahma Roopam,
Bhajeham, Bhajeham, Bhajeham, Bhajeham. 3

Maha Rathna Peete Shubhe Kalpa Moole,
Shukaseenamadhitya Koti Prakasam,
Sada Janaki Lakshmanopethamekam,
Sada Ramachandram Bhajeham, Bhajeham. 4

Kwanadh Rathna Manjeera Padaravindam,
Lasan Mekhala Charu Peethambaradyam,
Maha Rathna Harollasath Kousthubhangam,
Nabha Chanjari Manjari Lola Malam. 5

Ladad Chandrika Smera Sona Dharabham,
Samudhruth Pathangendu Koti Prakasam,
Namad Brahma Rudhradhi Koteera Rathna,
Sphurath Kanthi Neerajanaradhadhagreem. 6

Pura Pranjali Nanjaneyadhi Bhakthan,
Swa Chin Mudhraya Bhadraya Bhodhayantham,
Bhajeham, Bhajeham Sada Ramachandram,
Thwadanyam Na Manye Na Manye Na Manye. 7

Yada Madsameepam Kruthantha Samethya,
Prachanda Prakopair Bhatair Bheeshayen Maam,
Thada Vishkaroshi Thwadeeyam Swaroopam,
Sada Apath Pranasam Sakodanda Banam. 8

Nije Manase Mandhire Sannidehi,
Praseeda, Praseedha Prabho Ramachandra,
Sa Soumithrina Kaikeyi Nandanena,
Swa Shakthanu Bhakthya Cha Samsevyamana. 9

Swabhakthagraganyai Kapeesair Mahesai,
Neekaira Nekai Cha Rama, Praseedha,
Namasthe Namosthweesa, Rama Praseeda,
Prasadi Prasadi Prakasam, Prabho Maam. 10

Thwamevasi Daivam, Param May Yadhekam,
Su Chaithanya Methath Thwadanyam Na Manye,
Yado Bhoodameyam Viyadwayu Thejo,
Jalopadhi Kayam Charam Cha Acharam Cha. 11

Nama Sachidananda Roopaya Thasmai,
Namo Deva Devaya Ramaya Thubhyam,
Namo Janaki Jeevithesaya Thubhyam,
Nama Pundarikayathakshaya Thubhyam. 12

Namo Bhakthi Yukthanurakthaya Thubhyam,
Namo Punya Punjai Kalabhyaya Thubhyam,
Namo Veda Vedyaya Chadhyaya Pumse,
Nama Sundrayindira Vallabhaya. 13

Namo Viswa Karthre, Namo Viswa Harthre,
Namo Viswa Bhokthre, Namo Viswa Bharthre,
Namo Viswa Nethre, Namo Viswa Jethre,
Namo Viswa Pithre, Namo Viswa Mathre. 14

Namasthe, Namasthe Samastha Prapancha,
Prabhoga, Prayoga, Pramana, Pravena,
Madheeyam Mansthwath Pada Dwandwa Sevaam,
Vidhathum Pravrutham Sukha Chaithanya Sidhyai. 15

Shilapi Thwadamgrikshama Sangirenu,
Prsadhadhi Chaithanya Madhatha Rama,
Namasthwath Pada Dwandwa Seva Vidhanath,
Suchathanya Metheethi Kim Chithramathra? 16

Pavithram Charithram Vichithram Thwadheeyam,
Nara yea Smaranthyanwaham Ramachandra,
Bhavantham Bhavaantham Bharantham Bhajantho,
Labhanthe Kruthantham Na Pasyanthyatho Anthe. 17

Sa Punya Sa Ganya Saranyo Mamaayam,
Naro Veda Yo Deva Choodamanim Thwam,
Sadhkaramekam, Chidannda Roopam,
Mano Vaga Gamyam Param Dhama Rama. 18

Prachanda, Prathapa Prabhavabhi Bhootha,
Prabhuthari Veera, Prabho Ramachandra,
Balam They Kadam Varnyathe Atheva Balye,
Yado Agandi Chandeesa Kodanda Dandam.19

Dasagreevamugram Saputhram Samithram,
Sari Durgamadyastharakshoganesam,
Bhavantham vinaa rama, veero naro vaa,
Asuro Vaa Amaro Vaa Jayeth Kastrilokhyam? 20

Sada Rama Ramethi Ramamrutham They,
Sada Rama Mananda Nishyanda Kandam,
Pibantham Namantham Sudhantham Hasantham,
Hanumantha Manthar Bhaje Tham Nithantham. 21

Sad Rama Ramethi Ramamrutham They,
Sada Ramamananda Nishyantha Kandam,
Piban Anvaham Nanvaham Naiva Mruthyor,
Bibhemi Prasadaadasadaa Thavaiva. 22

Aseethasamethairakothanda Bhooshai,
Soumithri Vandhyair Chanda Prathapair,
Alankesa Kalair Sugreeva Mithrair,
Ramabhi Deyairalam Daivathair Na. 23

Aveerasanasthair Chin Mudrikadyair,
Bhkthanjaneyadhi Thathwa Prakasair,
Aamandhara Moolair Mandhara Malair,
Ramabhi Deyairalam Daivathair Na. 24

Asindhu Prakopair Vandhya Prathapair,
Bandhu Prayanair Mandasmithasyair,
Danda Pravasair Ganda Prabodhair,
Ramabhi Deyairalam Daivathair Na. 25

Hare Rama Seethapathe Ravanare,
Kharare Murare Asurare Parethi,
Lapantham Nayantham Sada Kalamevam,
Samalokayalokaya Sesha Bandho. 26

Namasthe Sumithra Suputhrabhi Vandhya,
Namasthe Sada Kaikeyi Nandanedya,
Namasthe Sada Vanaradheesa Bhandho,
Namasthe, Namasthe Sada Ramachandra. 27

Praseedha, Praseedha, Prachanda Prathapa,
Praseedha, Praseedha, Prachandari Kala,
Praseedha, Praseedha, Prapannanukampin,
Praseedha, Praseedha, Prabho Ramachandra. 28

Bhujangaprayatham Param Veda Saram,
Mudha Ramachandrasya Bhakthya Cha Nithyam,
Padan Santhatham Chinthayan Prantharange,
Sa Eva Swayam Ramachandra Sa Dhanya. 29

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Lord Sri Rama Astothara Sata Namavali – 108 Names of Sri Rama


Aapadam Apa Hartharam Dhataram Sarva Sampadam,
Lokabhi Ramam Sri Ramam Bhooyo Bhooyo Namamyaham.

Sri Rama Rama Rameti, Rame Raame Manorame
Sahasra Nama Tat Tulyam, Rama Nama Varanane !

Om Shri Ramaya Namaha
Om Ramabhadraya Namaha
Om Ramachandraya Namaha
Om Shashvataya Namaha
Om Rajivalochanaya Namaha
Om Shrimate Namaha
Om Rajendraya Namaha
Om Raghupungavaya Namaha
Om Janaki Vallabhaya Namaha
Om Jaitraya Namaha
Om Jitamitraya Namaha
Om Janardhanaya Namaha
Om Vishvamitra Priyaya Namaha
Om Dantaya Namaha
Om Sharanatrana Tatparaya Namaha
Om Bali Pramathanaya Namaha
Om Vagmine Namaha
Om Satyavache Namaha
Om Satyavikramaya Namaha
Om Satyavrataya Namaha
Om Vratadharaya Namaha
Om Sada Hanumadashritaya Namaha
Om Kausaleyaya Namaha
Om Kharadhvamsine Namaha
Om Viradha Vanapanditaya Namah
Om Vibhishana Paritratre Namaha
Om Kodanda Khandanaya Namaha
Om Saptatala Prabhedre Namaha
Om Dashagriva Shiroharaya Namaha
Om Jamadagnya Mahadarpaya Namaha
Om Tatakantakaya Namaha
Om Vedanta Saraya Namaha
Om Vedatmane Namaha
Om Bhavarogasya Bheshajaya Namaha
Om Dushanatri Shirohantre Namaha
Om Trigunatmakaya Namaha
Om Trivikramaya Namaha
Om Trilokatmane Namaha
Om Punyacharitra Kirtanaya Namah
Om Triloka Rakshakaya Namaha
Om Dhanvine Namaha
Om Dandakaranya Kartanaya Namaha
Om Ahalya Shapashamanaya Namaha
Om Pitru Bhaktaya Namaha
Om Vara Pradaya Namaha
Om Jitendriyaya Namaha
Om Jitakrodhaya Namaha
Om Jitamitraya Namaha
Om Jagad Gurave Namaha
Om Riksha Vanara Sanghatine Namaha
Om Chitrakuta Samashrayaya Namaha
Om Jayanta Trana Varadaya Namaha
Om Sumitra Putra Sevitaya Namaha
Om Sarva Devadhi Devaya Namaha
Om Mritavanara Jivanaya Namaha
Om Mayamaricha Hantre Namaha 
Om Mahadevaya Namaha
Om Mahabhujaya Namaha
Om Sarvadeva Stutaya Namaha
Om Saumyaya Namaha
Om Brahmanyaya Namaha
Om Muni Samstutaya Namaha
Om Mahayogine Namaha
Om Mahadaraya Namaha
Om Sugrivepsita Rajyadaye Namaha
Om Sarva Punyadhi Kaphalaya Namaha
Om Smrita Sarvagha Nashanaya Namaha
Om Adipurushaya Namaha
Om Paramapurushaya Namaha
Om Mahapurushaya Namaha
Om Punyodayaya Namaha
Om Dayasaraya Namaha
Om Purana Purushottamaya Namaha
Om Smita Vaktraya Namaha
Om Mita Bhashine Namaha
Om Purva Bhashine Namaha
Om Raghavaya Namaha
Om Ananta Gunagambhiraya Namaha
Om Dhirodatta Gunottamaya Namaha
Om Maya Manusha Charitraya Namaha
Om Mahadevadi Pujitaya Namaha
Om Setukrite Namaha
Om Sarva Tirthamayaya Namaha
Om Haraye Namaha
Om Shyamangaya Namaha
Om Sundaraya Namaha
Om Shooraya Namaha
Om Pitavasase Namaha
Om Dhanurdharaya Namaha
Om Sarva Yajnadhipaya Namaha
Om Yajvine Namaha
Om Jaramarana Varjitaya Namaha
Om Vibhishana Pratishthatre Namaha
Om Sarvabharana Varjitaya Namaha
Om Paramatmane Namaha
Om Parabrahmane Namaha
Om Sachidananda Vigrahaya Namaha
Om Parasmai Jyotishe Namaha
Om Parasmai Dhamne Namaha
Om Parakashaya Namaha
Om Paratparaya Namaha
Om Pareshaya Namaha
Om Parakaya Namaha
Om Paraya Namaha
Om Sarva Devatmakaya Namaha
Om Parasmai Namaha

Ithi Shri Rama Astothara Sathanamavali hi !!!

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ShriRamchandra Kripalu Bhaj Man Haran Bhava Bhaya DarunamNav-Kanj-Lochan, Kanjmukh, Kar-Kanj, Pad Kanjarunam

Kandarp Agneet Ameet Chabi, Navneel-Neeraj-Sundaram

Pat Peet Maanahu Tadit Ruchi Shuchi Naomi Janak Sutavaram

Bhaj DeenBandhu Dinesh Daanav-Daityavansh Nikandanam

Raghunand AnandKand Koshalchand Dashrath-Nandanam

Sir Mukut Kundal Tilak Charu Udaar Ang Vibhushanam

Ajaanbhuj Shar-Chap-Dhar, Sangram-Jit-Khardooshanam

Iti Vadti Tulsidas Shanker Shesh-Muni-Man-Ranjanam

Mam Hridaya-Kanj Nivas Kuru, Kamadi Khal-Dal Ganjanam

Man Jahi Racheyoo Milihi So Bar Sahaj Sunder Sanvaro

Karuna Nidhaan Sujaan Sil Sanehu Jaanat Raavaro

Ahi Bhanti Gauri Asis Suni Siya Sahit Hiya Harshi Ali

Tulsi Bhavanihi Puji Puni Puni Mudit Man Mandir Chali

 

PostHeaderIcon Sri Rama Slokas and Mantras

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PostHeaderIcon Lord Sri Rama

Lord Rama is one of the avatara of Lord Vishnu. He is regarded as one of the Supreme dieties of Hindus and also a for every one. He is an ideal son, husband, brother, a king  and also for truth and morality. The Hindu Mythology regards that Lord Rama is in Threta Yug which was described in “Ramayan” written by a sanskrit poet Rishi Valimiki . “Ramayana is regarded as one of two epic books which included Mahabharata. Vamiki and also later Tulasi das’s “Ramacharithamanas” also became popular and strengthen lord rama as one the Ideal dieties of hinduism.

Lord Rama along with wife Sita, brother Lakshmana, his follower Hanuman all together worshiped by hindus. The Life of Lord  rama  is full of sacrifies and also teaches that mankind to lead a truthful life and within the limits and precepts of the Vedic tradition and discipline. He is also refered as Maryadha- Purushothama, which literally means the Perfect Man. Lord Rama who has sacrified his thrown and goes to forest for 14 years. along with wife Sita and brother lakshmana saying that they can’t live without serving him(seeing). Later in forest Sita was kidnapped by Ravana and later with the help of Sugriva, hanuman and vanaras, lord Rama killed ravana and returns and rules Ayodha which is refered as “Rama-Rajyam.”

Lord Rama’s life shows that how a brother like lakshmana,also how a wife like sita follower and worshiper like hanuman should be there. Also how a great king like Ravana died with his ahankara and his own deeds and crossing the morality. So with Rama his follower hanuman is worshiped as one of the diety for hindus for  his surrenderness, love and bhakti towards rama.

Festivals of Lord Rama :

Lord Rama is worshiped in india, china, srilanka,Thailand, Indonessia,Nepal and other parts of south and southeast asia . The Festivals includes Sri Rama Navami is celebrated as rama’s birth as well as marriage to sita, Dashera is regarded as victory over Ravana  and Diwali as Rama’s return to Ayodhya.

PostHeaderIcon Lord Sri Rama – 108 Names with Meaning

108 NAMES OF LORD SRI RAMA WITH MEANING

OM SHRI RAMAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Giver of happiness
OM RAMABHADRAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Auspicious One
OM RAMACHANDRAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, who is as lustrous as the moon
OM SHASHVATAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, to the ever lasting one
OM RAJIVALOCHANAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lotus-eyed
OM SHRIMATE NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Abode of Lakshmi
OM RAJENDRAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the King of kings
OM RAGHUPUNGAVAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Most Exalted of the Raghu dynasty
OM JANAKI VALLABHAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Beloved of Janaki
OM JAITRAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Triumphant
OM JITAMITRAYA NAMAHA - Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Conqueror of His enemies
OM JANARDHANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Refuge of the people
OM VISHVAMITRA PRIYAYA NAMAHA - Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Beloved of Sage Vishvamitra
OM DANTAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the well-controlled One
OM SHARANATRANA TATPARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who is keen to protect those who take refuge in Him
OM BALI PRAMATHANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Vanquisher of Bali
OM VAGMINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Eloquent
OM SATYAVACHE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One of truthful speech
OM SATYAVIKRAMAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who is valiant in defending Truth
OM SATYAVRATAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One of truthful vows
OM VRATADHARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who faithfully keeps His vows
OM SADA HANUMADASHRITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who is always served by Hanuman
OM KAUSALEYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Son of Kausalya
OM KHARADHVAMSINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Annihilator of the demon Khara
OM VIRADHA VANAPANDITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Expert in destroying the demon Viradha
OM VIBHISHANA PARITRATRE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Protector of Vibhishan
OM KODANDA KHANDANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who broke the mighty bow
OM SAPTATALA PRABHEDRE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who permeates the seven planes of existence
OM DASHAGRIVA SHIROHARAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who cut off Ravana’s heads
OM JAMADAGNYA MAHADARPPA DALANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who shattered the pride of Parasurama
OM TATAKANTAKAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Slayer of Tataka
OM VEDANTA SARAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Essence of Vedanta
OM VEDATMANE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Self of the Vedas
OM BHAVAROGASYA BHESHAJAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Healer of the disease of Becoming
OM DUSHANATRI SHIROHANTRE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who cut off the head of Dushana
OM TRIMURTAYE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Embodiment of the Three Gods
OM TRIGUNATMAKAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Source of the three gunas
OM TRIVIKRAMAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord as Vamana
OM TRILOKATMANE NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the source of the three planetary systems
OM PUNYACHARITRA KIRTANAYA NAMAH  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One whose story is a source of merit to those who sing it
OM TRILOKA RAKSHAKAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Protector of the three world systems
OM DHANVINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the wielder of the bow
OM DANDAKARANYA KARTANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Dweller in the Dandaka forest
OM AHALYA SHAPASHAMANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Remover of Ahalya’s curse
OM PITRU BHAKTAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Worshipper of His father Dasaratha
OM VARA PRADAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the giver of boons
OM JITENDRIYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, THE Conqueror of the senses
OM JITAKRODHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Conqueror of anger
OM JITAMITRAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who wins over friends
OM JAGAD GURAVE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Guru of the world
OM RIKSHA VANARA SANGHATINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who organized the hordes of monkeys
OM CHITRAKUTA SAMASHRAYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who took refuge at Chitrakuta Hill
OM JAYANTA TRANA VARADAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who blessed Jayanta
OM SUMITRA PUTRA SEVITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is served by Sumitra’s son (Lakshmana)
OM SARVA DEVADHI DEVAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord of all the gods
OM MRITAVANARA JIVANAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who revived the dead monkeys (after the war)
OM MAYAMARICHA HANTRE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Destroyer of the demon Maricha who practiced illusion
OM MAHADEVAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Great Lord
OM MAHABHUJAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord of mighty arms
OM SARVADEVA STUTAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is praised by all the gods
OM SAUMYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Calm One
OM BRAHMANYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Absolute Reality
OM MUNI SAMSTUTAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is praised by sages
OM MAHAYOGINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Great Yogin
OM MAHADARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Noble One
OM SUGRIVEPSITA RAJYADAYE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who returned the kingdom to Sugriva
OM SARVA PUNYADHI KAPHALAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Giver of fruits of pious work, good karmas
OM SMRITA SARVAGHA NASHANAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Remover of all afflictions
OM ADIPURUSHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Primal Being
OM PARAMAPURUSHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Being
OM MAHAPURUSHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Great Being
OM PUNYODAYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Source of all blessings
OM DAYASARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Embodiment of compassion
OM PURANA PURUSHOTTAMAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Most Ancient Person
OM SMITA VAKTRAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who smiling speaks
OM MITA BHASHINE NAMAHA  -Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One of moderate speech
OM PURVA BHASHINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the One who rarely speaks
OM RAGHAVAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the scion of the Raghu dynasty
OM ANANTA GUNAGAMBHIRAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord of infinite majestic qualities
OM DHIRODATTA GUNOTTAMAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord of Valorous qualities
OM MAYA MANUSHA CHARITRAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who incarnated as a man through His maya
OM MAHADEVADI PUJITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is worshiped by Lord Shiva
OM SETUKRITE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, The builder of the bridge (at Setubandha to Sri Lanka)
OM JITA VARASHAYE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Conqueror of desires
OM SARVA TIRTHAMAYAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is the sum of all holy places
OM HARAYE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Destroyer
OM SHYAMANGAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Dark-complexioned One
OM SUNDARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Beautiful One
OM SURAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord
OM PITAVASASE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord clad in yellow raiment
OM DHANURDHARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Bearer of the bow
OM SARVA YAJNADHIPAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord of sacrifice
OM YAJVINE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Sacrificer
OM JARAMARANA VARJITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Conqueror of birth and death
OM VIBHISHANA PRATISHTHATRE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who established Vibhishana on the throne
OM SARVABHARANA VARJITAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who relinquished all adornment
OM PARAMATMANE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Self
OM PARABRAHMANE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Absolute
OM SACHIDANANDA VIGRAHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Embodiment of Existence, Awareness and Bliss
OM PARASMAI JYOTISHE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Light
OM PARASMAI DHAMNE NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Abode
OM PARAKASHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Space
OM PARATPARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme beyond the highest
OM PARESHAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Lord
OM PARAKAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who takes His devotees across (the ocean of samsara–birth and death)
OM PARAYA NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Being
OM SARVA DEVATMAKAYA NAMAHA – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Lord who is the Source of all gods
OM PARASMAI NAMAHA  – Obeisances to Sri Rama, the Supreme Lord

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Doha

Ganapati charan saroj gahi
Charanodak dhari bhal,
Likhau vimal Ramavali, sumiri Anjanilal.
Ram charit varnan Karaun, Ramahin hridai manai,
Madan kadan ral rakhishir, man kahan tap mitai.

Chaupaii

Ram Ramapati Raghupati jai jai,
Maha-Lokpati Jagpati jai jai.

Rajit Janak dulari jai jai,
Mahinandan Prabhu-pyari jai jai.

Ratihun diva Ram dhun jahin,
Magan rahat man, tan dukh nahin.

Ram saneh jasu ur hoi,
Maha bhagyashali nar soi.

Rakshas dal sanhari jai jai,
Maha patit tanu tari jai jai.

Ram nam jo nishdin gavat,
Man vanchhit phal nishchai pavat.

Ramayudhsar jehin kar sajat,
Man manoj lakhi kotihun lajat.

Rakhahu laj hamari jai jai,
Mahima agam tumhari jai jai.

Rajiv nayan munin man mohai,
Mukut manohar shir par sohai.

Rajit mridul gat shuchi anan,
Makarakrit kundal duhun kanan.

Ramchandra sarvottam jai jai,
Maryada Purshottam jai jai.

Ram nam gun agam ananta,
Manan karat sharad shruti santa.

Rati divas dhyavahu man Rama,
Man ranjan bhanjan bhav dama.

Raj bhavan, sang men nahin jaihain,
Man ke hi man men nahin jaihain.

Ramhin nam ant sokh daihain,
Man gadhant gap kam na aihain.

Ram kahani Ramahin sunihain,
Mahima Ram tabai man gunhain.

Ramhi mahan jo nit chit rakhihain,
Madhukar saris madhur ras chakhihain.

Rag rang kahun kirtan thanihain,
Mamta tyagi ek ras janiha i n.

Ram kripa tinhin par hvai hain,
Man vanchhit phal abhimal paihain,

Rakshas daman kiyo jo chhan men,
Maha banhu bani vicharyo van men.

Ravanadi hati gati, dai dinhyo,
Mahi Ravanahin Siya vadh kinhyo,

Ram ban sut sursari dhara,
Maha patkihun gati dai dara.

Ram ramit jag amit ananta,
Mahima kahi na sakahin shruti santa.

Ram nam joi det bhulai,
Maha nisha soi let bulai

Ram bina ur hot andhera,
man sohi dukh sahat ghanera.

Ramahi adi anadi kahavat,
Mahavrti Shankar-gun gavat.

Ram nam lahi Brahma apara,
Mahikar bhar shesh shir dhara.

Rakhi Ram hiya Shambhu sujana,
Maha ghor vish kinhyo pana.

Ramahi mahi-lakhi lekh Maheshu,
Maha pujya kari diyo Ganeshu.

Ram ramit ras ghatit bhakti ghat,
Man ke bhajatahin khulat prem pat.

Rajit Ram jinahin ur antar,
Mahavir sam bhakta nirantar.

Ramahi linha ek sahara,
Maha sindhu Kapi kinha para.

Ram nam rasna ras shobha,
Mardan kam krodh mad lobha.

Ram charit bhaji bhayo sugyata,
Mahadeva mukti ke data.

Ramahi japat mitat bhav shula,
Ram mantra yah mangal mula.

Ram nam japi jo na sudhara,
Man pishach so nipat ganvara.

Ram ki mahima kahan lag gaun,
mati malin man par na paun.

Ramavali as likhi chalisa,
Mati anusar dhyan Gaurisa.

Ramahi sundar rachi ras paga,
Math Durvasa nikat Prayaga.

Ram bhakt yahin jo nit dhyavahin,
Man vanchhit phal nischai pavahin.

Doha

Ram nam nit bhajahu man, ratihun din chitlai.
Mamta matsar malinata, manastap miti jai.
Ram ka tithi budh Rohini, Ramavali kiyabhas,
Man sahastra bhuj drug samat, magsar Sundardas.

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PostHeaderIcon Sri Rama Navami Significance


Sree Raama Raama Raamethi
Rame Raame Manorame |
Sahasra Naama Thatthulyam
Raama Naama Varaanane ||

Sri Raghavam Dasaradhatmajama Prameyam
Seehapatim Raghuvarnvayaratna Deeepam |
Aajanubhahumaravidha Dhallayataatkshayam
Ramam nisacharavinasakaram Navami ||

Aapadaamapa Harthaaram
Daatharam Sarva Sampadaam |
Lokaabhiraamam Sree Raamam
Bhuyo Bhuyo Namaamyaham ||

Sri Rama Navami, an important festival especially among the Vaishnava sect of the Hindus. Ramanavami celebrates the birth of Rama or Ramachandra. Sri Rama Navami usually falls on Chaitra sudda Navami. On the ninth day of the first fortnight of Chaitra the birth of Rama is commemorated.

Lord Sri Rama is the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu out of the ten jayanties viz., Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parusurama, Rama, Krishna, Budda and Kalki. It is to be noted that out of these ten jayanties, three of them falls during Chaitra maasam.

Sri Ramavathar explains guidelines that need to be followed by each and every person in this world. During this Avathaar, Sriman Narayanan incarnates as the son for great king, Dasarathan. But in spite of being born to a great king, throughout this Avathaar, he led his life as an ordinary person.

According to ancient texts, Sri Rama was born to King Dasarada and Kausalya on the Chaitra sudda Navami in Karkataka lagna with Punarvasu fourth pada. This day is being celebrated as Sri Rama Navami. It is the most auspicious day for everyone. According to Valmiki, Sri Rama was born well before BC 2055. As per Indian Standard Time, he was born in Vyvaswata manvantaram Panchama Tretayugam, forth part i.e. Thirty thousand years equivalent Vilambali year Chaitra sudda Navami, Wednesday. 

SRI RAMA STORY: 

Sri Rama’s story, Ramayana, has been sung in all the languages and dialects of Bharat. The tradition of writing epics centering round the saga of Rama’s achievements started by Valmiki in Sanskrit and was continued by Tulasidas in Hindi, by Kamban in Tamil, by Ramanujan in Malayalam, by Krittivasa in Bengali and Madhav Kambali in Assamia and in fact, in almost every Bharatiya language. How deeply significant that every group and sect even in distant and far-flung parts of Bharatavarsha should have found a radiant reflection of its own ideals in the form of Sri Rama!

Lord Rama is called Maryaada-Purushottama – the great one who never deviated from the norms set by Dharma. In the eyes of the Hindu, the touchstone of human excellence is Dharma. Devotion to Dharma came first in Rama’s life and considerations of his personal joys and sorrows came last. It was his supreme commitment to putra-dharma that made Rama smilingly depart to the forest for fourteen years at the bidding of his father. He would not budge from the path of Dharma – righteousness – even when his own preceptor, his parents, his brothers and the whole body of his subjects tried to dissuade him. He upheld the supremacy of Dharma in every one of his human relationships and hence became an ideal son, an ideal brother, an ideal husband, an ideal disciple, an ideal friend, an ideal kind and even an ideal foe.

 The story of Rama is not that of a single towering personality dwarfing all others. The other characters like Sita, Lakshmana, Bharata and Hanuman too shine in their own greatness. All of them are so closely interwoven with Sri Rama’s life and achievements that it is High impossible to think of any one without the other. In fact, the most popular picture of Sri Rama, i.e., of Sri Rama Pattabhishekam includes Sita, Hanuman and all his brothers. And in the bringing out of the greatness of all these partners of his life-drama, Rama’s instinctive recognition of their merit and virtues played no mean part. He would always be the first to openly appreciate the unique and noble traits in others’ character. Even for Kaikeyi, who was responsible for his banishment to forest, Rama had only words of kindness. And as for Ravana, the abductor of his wife, Rama’s unstinted praise of his erudition and prowess at once lifts the story of Ramayana to heights unsurpassed in the annals of human history.

Significance:

This festival is celebrated for nine days starting from Chaitra sudda Padyami and ends with Navami day, the Jayanti of Lord Rama. During these nine days, Sri Rama Parayanam is recited and Rama Nama is recited in temples and Sri Rama mandirs. According to ancient texts, Sri Rama Navami is celebrated at noon. This festival is being celebrated in different ways across the country. In Maharastra, the celebrate begin right from the morning 9 AM and proceed till 12 noon. People keep a fast throughout the day, breaking it only at midnight with fruit.

Ayodhya, the birthplace of Sri Rama, a big fair is held on this day. In South India the Sri Ramnavami Utsavam is celebrated for nine days with great fervour and devotion. In Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, public gatherings called satsangs are organised to commemorate the birth of Rama. Excerpts from the Ramacharitamanas, extolling the glory of Rama, are recited.

During this day, we clean our house, put the Kolam and place a photo of Sri Ramar Pattabhishekam on top of a wooden plate (Manai). Decorate the photo with various flowers. And now you can perform Archanai for Sri Ramar and after that you can chant some of the slokams from Sri Ramayanam.

Also, you can chant Sri Rama Nama and it is 100% evident that wherever the great Sri Rama Nama is expressed, Hanuman will enjoy that Nama and along with Sri Ramar, he will also bless us with his grace. By chanting the Sri Rama Nama, it is said that bhaktas will get the favour equivalent to that of the favour got by fasting. Not even on this day, even daily we should atleast say the Sri Rama Japa for 108 times (or atleast for 28 times) and we can a lot of positive changes on our life.

Mangalam Kosalandreya Mahaneeya Gunatmane
Chakravati Tanujuya Saarvabhowmaaya Mangalam

In Andhra Pradesh, Sri Rama Kalyanam is celebrated on Navami day. Devotees witness the wedding celebrations of Lord Rama with Sita. According to ancient texts, Sri Rama Vanavasam was done in this State. The Kalyanotsavam is being celebrated with utmost glory and pomp at Sri Bhadrachalam temple. Devotees from various parts of the country will throng the temple to witness the Kalyanotsavam. The Government of Andhra Pradesh will present pearls and wedding dress material to Lord Rama and Sita. In this temple, the festival is celebrated for five days ie., Navami, Dasami, Ekadasi, Dwadasi, and Trayodasi. During these days, devotees chant Sri Rama Nama.

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