One who chants rama nama daily gets everything what they ask for,there is no sin in this world that cannot be get rid by chanting rama nama,even the person who has commited thousands of brahma hatya will get freedom from sins that he had done in the past if he worships shri rama with devotion,those who worships shri rama in their whole life and chant shri ram jay ram mantra,such person without any doubt reach vaikunth after death that is they get moksha. Today im sharing one simple prayog which uses very famous rama raksha stotra to remove any kind of difficulties in life and to become highly prosperous. Rama raksha stotra is undoubtedly one of the most powerful kavach which protects the chanter from unseen dangers,the person who chants this kavach daily atleast one time without doubt get all round success in life. He will get freedom from the sins he does in each and every step,he will be respected by everyone and gains health,wealth,name,fame and finally moksha after death with the grace of shri rama. Whatever sins one has done can be removed by chanting rama raksha stotra thrice daily.
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Recitation of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra results in establishing an impenetrable, amazing and powerful armour around yourself. The exceptional origins of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra is that Lord Shiva rendered the entire 38 stanzas within the dream of Shri Budha Kaushika Rishi who wrote down the entire stotra at the dawn thereafter.
Since then, the Sri Ramraksha Stotra has become established within common devotees and become stronger and stronger. Today, the Sri Ramraksha Stotra has gone deep into the hearts of the devotees. This is an attempt to understand the divine aspects of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra and to explore the means to enable the protective strength by its proper rendition. However, it is perhaps the asset of the comfortable nature of the words, the phonetic tenor and the ease of memorising the sequence, that makes the Sri Ramraksha Stotra so well-loved amongst all devotees.
Introduction India is a divine land, with diverse deities, religions and cultures. The advent of a fast-paced electronic world, shrinking rapidly in access, continues to take us away from divinity. The bonds of religion, culture and gods with human society in India and amongst Indians everywhere is weakening rapidly. We refuse to recognise the truth. The world of consumerism, competition and fragile relationships does seem to hide itself within another world of instant happiness, short-lived achievements and thoughtless aspirations to creating relationships without an enduring understanding.
Failure in relationships, loss of friends, relatives and property, lack of public acknowledgement of achievements, however big or small, and an understanding of the existence of fragile human nature makes one wonder and question the reality over the myth.
We begin to explore other ways and means of going around a deliberate understanding of human relationships and our own behaviour. We may begin to realise, perhaps, when in anguish, distress or sorrow, that ill-gotten wealth or worldly sorrows and disputes are but a curtain drawn across divine wealth.
Sorrow, anguish and worldly troubles prevent divine blessings from being noticed. The stanzas within the stotra are carefully and cleverly assembled. It is said that when in total contemplation of the deity, through dedicated recitation of the Sri Ramaraksha Stotra, one develops a complete attractive visage within oneself. It seems as if the deity responds to the contemplation and becomes at one within the devotee who seems to undergo a blissful experience, even if so, in serenity, and gathers a glow of attractive happiness, and thereby radiates the happiness to everyone who approaches in closer contact.
Repetitive recitation of the Sri Ramaraksha Stotra provides for a different experience at each occasion. The devotee would certainly experience a different understanding and perspective during each repetition. Certain stanzas may provide a different aspect or understanding during the second repetition and may again change their relevance or abstraction during the next repetition.
This is the reason why the repetition and persistent increasing numbers of repetition of the Sri Ramaraksha Stotra, or, for that matter, any stotra, is encouraged amongst all devotees. The Sri Ramraksha Stotra can easily be recited within any household. The stotra has been written in Sanskrit, but, the words are simple and easy to learn, even if the devotee is not familiar with the language.
The recitation and rendition of the stanzas, and the rhythm within them, helps the devotee to sing or speak the words without errors. The truest pleasure is in the repeated recitation of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra, with the utterance of each word and in the lilt of the rhyme in each stanza. Drowning in Rama The joy never ceases for the devotee in the continued recitation of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra.
The references to Rama, the relevances of the aspect of Rama, in intimate detail and in understanding the avatar of Rama, through the rhythmic rendering in the Sri Ramraksha Stotra is extremely delightful. The 38 stanzas of the stotra seem to echo the tremendous aspect of Rama, and with the progression of one stanza after another, the echo finds it way, passionately within the heart of the devotee. The completeness of each stanza helps drown the devotee deeper and deeper without any desire to be rescued from the vibrations of the echo.
It is thus, that this many thousand year-old Sri Ramraksha Stotra finds its own path within the hearts of devotees and grips them within its embrace without anyone wanting the stotra to lose its grip over them. There are some distinctively specific aspects of the Sri Ramraksha Stotra that we begin to realise, when we recite the stanzas regularly and we become familiar with them.
Shri Ram Raksha Stotram – śrī rāma rakṣā stōtram
Sri Ram Raksha Stotra ( श्री राम रक्षा स्तोत्र ) with meaning