Shri Ram Sloka is dedicated to Lord Rama. Read
more about Shlokas / Prayer to God Rama.
Lord Rama is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, as per the Hindu
Mythology. Ram symbolizes morality, virtue and idealism. Rama Slokas
form part of prayers offered to the lord. Slokas on Lord Rama are as
Yat Sat Vadmrishave Bhati Sakalam Rajoo Yadhaahaibharama,
Yatpadah Palvmaive Bhati Hi Bhavambhodhaisitatti Shravtam,
Vandeaham Tamsheshkaranparam Ramakhayamesham Harim"
Meaning: Lord Hari is also called as Rama and
he is beyond all cause. This whole world is a part of his Maya. Lord Ram
is the only one, with whose essence everything shines as real (though in
reality it is false) where snake is misapprehended as a rope and whose
feet are a boat to those who aspire to cross the ocean of Samsara, the
relative existence. I surrender myself to such great Lord.
Vaiaragayambuj Bhaskaram Tawaghharam Dhavanta Paham Tapham,
Mohambhodharpunjhpatanvidhoo Khe Sambhavam Shankaram,
Vande Braham Kul Kalankshamanam Shree Rambhoopam Priyam"
Meaning: Lord Rama, the beloved King is the
root of the tree of all Dharma. He is the full moon, giving delight to
the ocean of Viveka or discrimination and the sun for the lotus of
Vairagya. He is the destroyer of sin, the dispeller of the darkness of
ignorance and the destroyer of pain. In the act of destroying the masses
of clouds, of delusion he acts like wind. I bow to the Lord, who is
propitious and who brought death to the disgrace to the Brahmin family
"Prasantam Ya Na
Gatabhishaket Satatha Na Mamloo Banvasdukhta,
Mukhambujshree Raghunandan Sai Mai Sada Aastu Sa Mujulmangalprada"
Meaning: Lord Rama has a lotus like beautiful
face. His beauty neither gets enhanced at the coronation nor fades at
the hardships of an exile in the forest. May Lord bless me with all
Pano Mahasaikacharoochapam Namame Ramam Raghuvanshnatham"
Meaning: Lord Rama is the chief amongst the
Raghus. His handsome body is of dark blue color like the blue lotus. He
has Sita seated on his left. He is the one, who wields a beautiful bow
and arrows in his hands. I bow to such great Lord.
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