Chant these lines from Ramcharitmanas
Ramcharitmanas is a Hindu epic poem composed by the 16th-century Indian poet-saint Goswami Tulsidas in Awadhi language.
दीन दयालु विरद संभारी।हरहु नाथ मम संकट भारी।।
These lines are a prayer or plea to Lord Rama, asking the compassionate and valiant Lord to alleviate or remove the heavy burdens and troubles faced by the devotee. The devotee seeks the support and intervention of Lord Rama, addressing him with attributes of compassion and valor.
कवन सो काज कठिन जग माही।जो नहीं होइ तात तुम पाहीं।।
The lines express the idea that among all difficult tasks in the world, those that cannot be accomplished by others can be achieved by the grace of Lord Rama. The verse highlights the belief in seeking divine help and guidance in the face of challenging endeavors.
रामकथा सुन्दर कर तारी।संशय बिहग उड़व निहारी।।
The lines convey the idea of making the story of Rama beautiful and dispelling the doubts of the skeptics. The verses emphasize the aesthetic and spiritually uplifting nature of listening to the divine story of Lord Rama.
राजीव नयन धरें धनु सायक।भगत बिपति भं जन सुखदायक।।
The verse describes Lord Rama as having lotus eyes and holding a bow and arrow, and it highlights his role as the joy-giver to his devotees and the remover of distress for those who worship him.
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मामभिरक्षक रघुकुल नायक।घृत वर चाप रुचिर कर सायक।।
The verse praises Lord Rama as the protector, leader of the Raghu dynasty, with a bow as beautiful as clarified butter and arrows in his pleasing hands. He is believed to be the remover of all distress and troubles in one’s life.
मोरे हित हरि सम नहि कोऊ।एहि अवसर सहाय सोई होऊ।।
This verse expresses the sentiment that there is no one as beneficial as the Lord, and in the current situation or circumstance, the prayer is for the Lord to become the helper or support. It reflects a deep sense of reliance on divine assistance.
दैहिक दैविक भौतिक तापा।राम राज नहिं काहुहिं ब्यापा।।
The verse expresses the transcendental and unwavering nature of Lord Rama’s authority and the belief in his divine sovereignty over all aspects of existence.
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