Sunday, 4 November 2012

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Thursday, 1 November 2012

Order Now : Sri Rama Jayam Journal Log

Benefits of writing Sri Rama Jayam

Writing Sri Rama Jayam is called Likitha Jap- Writing Meditation. This gives one a complete sense of surrender to an inner conscience and peace while writing the golden words. All the senses are engaged in the service of lord.

What we have in our online store is the speacial Journal Log comes with 108 columns printed together with inspiring stories on why we should write Sri Rama Jayam.

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Book contents

1. Front cover page


2. Stories on the Benefits of chanting or writing Sri Rama Jayam
Shri Ramakrishna Parahamsa has referred to Bhakti as:
“Do you think god's name is simple? There is no difference between god and his name.
Sathya Bhama placed all her jewels and ornaments in a weighing machine to counterbalance the weight of Lord Shri Krishna. But she failed.
However,Rukmani just wrote Lord Shri Krishna name on the leaves of Tulsi and placed in the weighing balance.
What a surprise! It was equal to Lord Shri Krishna's weight. Whoever sheds a tear from their eyes immediately after hearing the god's name,it will their last birth."
Shirdi Saibaba’s Respect and Love for Lord Hanuman (Maruti is also called Anjaneyar in Tamilnadu)
Once it was raining in Shirdi. Sai used to stay in the Hanuman Mandhir near by Dwarakamai . Rain water kept falling from the roof to platform (floor) where Sai used to sit but Saibaba continued to be there. A man asked him to go to the upper platform where Hanuman was also there. Sai told him:
“We must not be in equal position of Maruti.”
This incident so beautifully explains Sai always considered himself as Servant of God and his immense love and respect for Lord Hanuman.

Origin of the Sri Rama Mantra
Swami Sivananda Saraswati
Once upon a time, Sri Rama was seated in his council hall at Ayodhya after his return from Lanka. At the time, Deva Rishi Narada, Vishwamitra, Vashishtha and many others were present to give some important counsel to the king.
While discussing religious topics, Sage Narada said, "I request all of you present here to give your considered opinion in the matter as to whether the Lord's Name (Nama) or the Lord Himself (Nami) is superior." A heated discussion ensued. The assembly was not able to come to a definite conclusion. In the end Narada gave his verdict, "Certainly Nama is superior to Nami. I shall prove it now with a concrete example before the assembly disperses.“
Narada then called Hanuman to his side and said, "O mighty hero, when you salute all the rishis and Sri Rama, do not salute Vishwamitra. He is only a Raja Rishi. He does not deserve equal treatment and respect." Hanuman agreed. When the time of salutation came Hanuman prostrated before all the sages except Sage Vishwamitra.
Then Narada said to Vishwamitra, "O great rishi! Look at the impertinence of Hanuman. He has made salutations to everyone in this assembly except you. You must punish him for this. Mark how proud and arrogant he is."
Vishwamitra, aflame with rage, said to Sri Rama, "O king, I have been seriously insulted by your servant Hanuman in the presence of these great rishis. Therefore, he deserves death at your hands before sunset tomorrow." Sri Rama had to obey Vishwamitra as he was his guru. At the same time Sri Rama was in a fix because he had to kill his faithful servant with his own hand. But he could not help it.
Hanuman too was very agitated. He went to Narada and said, "O divine sage, save me. Lord Rama will kill me tomorrow. I acted according to your advice. What shall I do now?" Narada said, "O Hanuman, never despair. Do as I tell you. Get up early in the morning at Brahmamuhurta. Bath in the Sarayu river.
Stand on the sandy bed of the river and with folded hands repeat the mantra Om Sri Rama Jaya Rama Jaya Jaya Rama. I assure you, nothing will affect you."
The next day dawned. Hanuman went to the Sarayu before sunrise, bathed and with folded hands repeated the Lord's name as instructed by Rishi Narada. In the morning crowds of citizens came to witness the ordeal through which Hanuman had to pass. Sri Rama stood at a considerable distance from Hanuman, looked at his servant with pity and most unwillingly began to shower arrows on him. Not one could hurt Hanuman. All day arrows were rained on him but with no effect. Sri Rama even used the terrible missiles with which he had killed Kumbhakarna and other great rakshasas in the battlefield. At last Sri Rama took his Brahmastra, the unfailing missile. Hanuman repeated the mantra loudly with intense bhava and self-surrender to the Lord. He stood smiling at Sri Rama. Everyone was struck with wonder and exclaimed 'Jaya Jaya' to Hanuman.
At this juncture Narada went to Vishwamitra and said, "O sage! Control your anger. Sri Rama is tired now. The various arrows could not do anything to Hanuman. What does it matter even if Hanuman did not salute you? Save Rama from this struggle. You have now understood the glory of Sri Rama's name." Vishwamitra was moved by these words and stopped Rama from killing Hanuman with the Brahmastra.
Hanuman came and fell at the feet of his master and saluted Vishwamitra for his kindness. Vishwamitra was very pleased and blessed Hanuman, praising his devotion to Sri Rama.
Sri Narada first gave this mantra to Hanuman when the latter was in great danger. So, O beloved aspirants, you also who are burnt by the flames of samsara may repeat this mantra and obtain emancipation


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Monday, 29 October 2012

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