Read Shri Ram Raksha Stotra in English
Shri Rama Raksha Stotram (Ram Raksha Stotra in English) is a Sanskrit stotra, a hymn of praise, used as a prayer for the protection given to us by Lord Rama.
The author of Ram Raksha Stotra (Ram Raksha Stotra in English) is Buddha Kaushalika (Valmiki), a sage. Lord Shiva came in the dream of Buddha Kaushalika and recited these 38 verses to her. One who sincerely recites this stotra and understands its meaning, Lord Rama protects his mind and prepares him to know the ultimate truth. Squabra chanting is recommended as a remedy for squabbling, hostility, harm, and obstruction. Each person can benefit independently by reciting the shloka.
For example, by reciting “Aalapadampahtaram Dataram Sarvasvampadam” 1 lakh times, one will be able to clear all his debts. Reciting “Kausalyayo Drushu Patu Vishwamitra Priya-H Shruti” will cure eye diseases. During religious festivals, especially during Navratri celebrations, there is a special public recitation of the stotra, when it is recited continuously from Gudi Padwa to the day of Rama Navami, the birthday of Lord Rama.
Benefits of Ram Raksha Stotra:
Shri Ram Raksha Stotram is a famous Hindu religious hymn, which is used to invoke the grace and protection of Lord Rama. By reciting this stotra, the devotee receives the compassionate blessings of Lord Rama.
Recitation of Shri Ram Raksha Stotra removes all the troubles of a person by the grace of Lord Rama. This stotra is dedicated to the grace and protection of Lord Rama. By reciting this stotra, the devotees are freed from all troubles by the grace of Lord Rama.
Recitation of Shri Ram Raksha Stotra gives freedom from bad resolutions and bad dreams. This hymn not only increases physical strength, but also reduces mental stress. Recitation of this stotra gives peace to the inner soul of a person and frees him from all privations.
The time of recitation of this stotra can be morning or evening. While reciting this one should maintain purity and take care
The time for recitation of Shri Ram Raksha Stotra can be morning and evening. Purity should be maintained while reciting it. There are things to note before reciting Ram Raksha Stotra. First of all, one should recite while sitting in a pure environment. After this meditate on Lord Rama and then start reciting the stotra. Recite the stotra carefully and with attention.
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