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Sri Rama Raksha Stotram

rama raksha stotram in The do gooder who reads the protective chant based on strength of Rama, Would live long, be blessed with sons, be victorious and will have humility. Let rama raksha stotram in thighs be protected by the best of the Raghu clan, Who is the destroyer of the clan of Rakshasas, Let my knees be protected by maker of the bridge, Let my calves be protected by the killer of Ravana, Let my feet be protected by him who give protection to Vibheeshana, And let all my body be protected by Sri Stofram.

Mano javam, maruda thulya vegam, Jithendriyam buddhi matham varishtam, Vatha atmajam vanara yudha mukhyam, Sree rama dootham sirasa namami. It then describes the divine relationship he shared with his mother as a son, preceptor as a disciple, Sita as his wife and likewise.

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There is no Lord like Rama who is like a wish giving tree, Who lives in all places and who is rama raksha stotram in prettiest in all worlds. Lokabhiramam rana ranga dheeram rajheeva nethram Raghuvamsa nadham, Karunya roopamkarunakaram tham Sri Ramachandram Saranam prapadhye.

Let Rama and Lakshmana, rakeha are ready for war, Wearing armour holding sword and having bows and arrows, Travel in the chariot of my mind and protect me. Such a kind of invocation is very unique and rarely seen in other prayers. Let those Rama and Lakshmana, Who hold arrows ready to shoot, Who have the inexhaustible quiver on their shoulders, Walk in front of me raksja me.

This protective chant of Rama was told by Lord Shiva in the dream, And was written storam by Rama raksha stotram in Koushika without leaving a letter next day morn. Let my middle be protected rama raksha stotram in him who killed Khara, Let my stomach be protected by the Lord of Jhambhavan, Let my hips be protected by Lord of Sugreeva, Let my behinds be protected by Lord of Hanuman.

I meditate on that Ramachandra, whose arms reach up to his thighs, Who carries bow and arrows, who sits in a lotus pose, Who is dressed in yellow cloths, who has eyes like the petals of newly opened lotus flower, Who is always pleasant looking, who is the colour of the black cloud, Whose sight is fixed on the lotus eyes of Sita, sitting on his left thigh, And who shines in various decorations and who has a matted hair around his face.


There rama raksha stotram in not exist a traditional way of dividing the stotram into specific parts, but on the basis of the kind of invocation being made, we have divided it into a few parts, which also makes it convenient for people to learn by heart. The stotram begins with details of its Presiding Deity, the author, etc.

Let my nose be protected by protector of sacrifices, My face by him, he who is dear to Lakshmana, My toungue be protected by the treasure of wisdom, My neck be protected by him who is rama raksha stotram in by Bharatha. On the man who remembers Rama, Rambhadra and Ramachandra, Sins will never get attached and he would get good life and salvation. The following pages contain the first few parts — Rama raksha stotram in Introduction, Meditation, a short Benediction and the Body-protection verses of the Stotram.

I again rama raksha stotram in again salute that Rama who is ever beautiful, Who destroys all dangers and gives all sorts of wealth. He who chants the divine names of Rama Who is as black as the bud of Dhoorva grass, Who has lotus like eyes, who wears yellow silk, Would never again lead another domestic life.

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It is also recommended to recite this stotra either 7 or 11 times everyday, meditating on the benevolent form rama raksha stotram in Lord Rama. Log in Request account. Retrieved from ” http: The raja of Rama is written in four billions words, But reading even one letter of that, destroys all great sins.

Brings clarity in pronunciation. Several verses are simply quoted from other great stotrams. It is believed that its recitation empowers a rama raksha stotram in to battle all worldly and super-natural troubles in life. Different epithets of Lord Rama, based on various legends about his physical attributes, compassionate nature, pious character and valorous achievements, have been mentioned, while invoking him and requesting him to protect the body including all its parts and limbs.

He who wears the chant of the name of Rama as A protection round his neck, would get all the occult powers in his hand. It is believed that recitation of this great prayer would get rid of all the problems created by the nine planets. Let us be protected by the brothers Rama and Lakshmana, Who rama raksha stotram in young, full of beauty, who are very strong, Who have broad eyes like lotus, who wear the hides of trees, Who eat fruits and roots, who are self controlled, who are ascetic, Who are celibate, who are sons of DasarathaWho give protection to all beings, who are great, Who are the best among those who wield the bow, And who destroy whole clans of Rakshasas.


Salutations to him who is attractive to all the world, Who is the best among the Raghu clan, who killed Ravana, Who is Rama, Who is elder brother of Lakshmana, Who is a blessing to Raghu clan, Who is consort of Sita, Who is pretty, Who belongs to clan of Kakusthas, Who rama raksha stotram in the treasure of mercy, Who is wealthy of good characters, Who likes Vedic scholars, who is just, Who is the best among kings, Who is truthful, who is son of Dasaratha, Rama raksha stotram in is black and Who is the personification of peace and patience.

Let Raghava protect my head, Let my forehead be protected by son of DasarathaLet my eyes be protected by son of Kousalya, And let my ears be protected by, he who is dear to Viswamithra. It is generally dedicated to one specific deity, eg.

Let my shoulders be protected by him who has celestial weapons, Let my arms by him who broke the bow, Let my hands be protected by the husband of Sita, Let my heart be protected by him who won over Parasurama.

Mere recitation of a Rama raksha stotram in The orders of him who reads this armour of Rama called the cage of diamond, Would be obeyed by everywhere and he will get victory in all things.

Requests the deity to grant special blessings for the reciter. A stotram is composed in classical form and is relatively easier to understand than Vedic hymns. Sanskrit names of all body organs have been given and the Lord is beseeched for the protection of each of these.

Nevertheless, spiritual progress rama raksha stotram in the primary goal of stotram-recitation. This is a very great prayer composed by a saint called Budha Koushika.

They who travel in the hades, earth and heaven and who travel secretly, Would not be able to see the one who reads the protective chant of Rama.