Shri Ramachandra Kripalu Bhajamana harana bhava bhaya daru Nam
nava-kanja-lochana kanja-mukha kara-kanja pada-kanjarunam
kandarpa aganita amita chavi nava nila nirada sundaram
pata pita manahu tadita ruchi shuchi naumi janaka suta varam
bhaja dina bandhu dinesha danava daitya vansha nikandanam
raghu nanda ananda kanda kosala chanda dasharatha nandanam
shira mukuta kundala tilaka charu udara anga vibhushanam
Ajanu-bhuja shara chapa dhara sangrama jita khara dUshanam
iti vadati tulasidasa shankara shesha muni mana ranjanam
mama hrdaya kanja nivasa kuru kamadi khaladala ganjanam
Ram Stuti was written by Tulisdas, a great poet. Ram Stuti may highlight various aspects of Bhagwan Ram’s life, such as his birth, childhood, virtuous character, valiant deeds, and his role as a just and righteous ruler.
One of the most famous Ram Stutis is the “Rama Raksha Stotram,” a Sanskrit composition that seeks the protection of Bhagwan Ram. It is believed that reciting or chanting this stotram can bestow divine protection and blessings upon the devotee.
Ram Stuti is a beautiful way to show love and respect to Bhagwan Ram. It talks about Maryada Purushottam Ram, the crucial things that happened in His life, and how strong the belief of His followers is. People use it to think deeply about their faith and feel closer to God. It also helps us remember how important Bhagwan Ram is in Hinduism and the good things He represents, which will never change. Bhagwan Ram is the picture of an ideal man and an inspiration to mankind.
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