Ram Raksha Stotra (Sanskrit: श्रीरामरक्षास्तोत्रम्) is a Sanskrit stotra, hymn of praise, used as a prayer for protection to Lord Rama, it was written by a saint Budha Kaushika during the Vedic period. Literal meaning of Ram Raksha means ‘Protection given by Lord Rama (to us)’. One who sincerely recites it and understands its meaning, he receives faith that Lord Rama protects his mind & prepares it to know the Ultimate Truth. It is said that Lord Shiva came into saint Budha Kaushika’s dream and sung these 38 stanzas.
The Hare Krishna maha mantra is composed of three Sanskrit words, which are “Hare”, “Krishna” and “Rama”. According to the scriptures “Obstruction or problem can’t come into their lives, who do chant this mantra continuously”. The Great Mantra is follows:
Shri Ram Aarti… ” Aarti Kije Shri Raghuvar Ji ki”… This arti is dedicated to Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Ji.
Shri Raghuvar Ji Ki Aarti : श्री रघुवर जी की आरती
‘RAma’ (Śrī Rāma)/ Janki nath, then it means we are talking about the most perfect incarnation of God or God himself in human form as a Young prince of Ayodhya or the Supreme personality of godhead. Madhvacharya says — “Ram literally means the supreme bliss, Ram means the ‘Brahman’ (the absolute, the supreme element) as well as Ishwara (the god with form) Both”.
Shri Janki Nath Ji Ki Aarti : श्री जानकीनाथ जी की आरती
Shree Ram Chalisa is the forty verse prayer dedicated to Lord Ram. ‘RAma’ (Śrī Rāma), it means we are talking about the most perfect incarnation of God or God himself in human form as a Young prince of
Ayodhya or the Supreme personality of godhead.
Shri Ram Chalisa : श्री राम चालीसा
Shree Ram Chalisa is the forty verse prayer dedicated to Lord Ram. Rama or Ram (राम) (రామ) or Raamar (Tamil) is the seventh avatar of the God Vishnu in Hinduism, and a king of Ayodhya in Hindu scriptures. Along with Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Rama is considered to be the most important avatar of Vishnu.