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Raam Dhyanam, Rama Dhyana, Narad


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Cast a glance on me, O Rāma, Who has lotus-like eyes! Look with mercy [on me], O Rāma, Who destroys worries, Who is dark like a blue-lotus, Who destroys desires, Who is the bumble-bee for the pollen of my lotus-like heart, and Who is Hari![1]

Be victorious, O Rāma, Who destroys the strength of demon-groups, Who entices sages and polite-men, Who crushes sins, Who is like a group of clouds for moon-like earthly sages, Who is the shelter of orphans, Who supports the poor people, Who destroyed the weight of earth by His immense power of arms, Who is the champion in killing demons like Khara, Dūṣaṇa, and Virādha, Who killed Rāvaṇa, Who is eternally blissful, Who is the best among kings, and Who is like-moon for the water-lily like lineage of Daśaratha.[2—3]

Protect the men bowing to You, O Rāma, Whose old glories are narrated by Nigama and Āgama, Whose re-union is sung by demi-gods, sages and ascetics, Who is compassionate, Who destroys transgression and intoxication, Who is perfect in every way, Who adorned Kausalyā, Whose name purges the dirt of Kaliyuga, Who destroys passion, and Who is the Lord of Tulasīdāsa.[4—5]


Poet: Tulasīdāsa

Book: Rāmacaritamānasa

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar


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