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Hello everone here! Please share your fav. scenes from this Ramayan?


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I can find that calmness, Shri Ram is thought to have, on Gagan's face.Smile



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My Favorite Scenes From This Ramayan Are:
Ram& Sita's Marriage.
Ram Breaking Lord Shiva's Bow and Marrying Devi Sita.

Ram& Sita& Laxman Going To The Forest For 14 Years.
The War With Raavan. (:

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My fav. scenes are First 3 episodesLOL,Sita Swayamvar,Ram placing hand on Sita's head and making vow that he wont remarry,Lakshman catching Urmila's hand and saying bye,some forest scenes(unable to remember right nowErmm,all hanuman scenes...)Embarrassed

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~||Sri Rama Rama Rameti, Rame Rame Manorame;
Sahasrenama tattulyam, Rama Nama Varanane
Sri Rama Rama Rameti, Rame Rame Manorame;Sahasrenama tattulyam, Rama Nama Varanane||~

Does anyone know the meaning of this Hymn?




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Meaning :-

The above Sloka is Lord Shiva's reply to Goddess Parvathi's question as to which mantra  can be easily  recited and its effect equivalent to Sahasranama. Lord Shiva's reply was Rama Mantram. 

Rama sound is formed from 2 Beejaksharas (the seed syllables) Ra and Ma. "Beejakshara" means the seed syllable which stores that, which is indestructible. Akshara means that which is indestructible.The Beejaksharam "Ra" is from the Ashtakshari Mantra: "Om Namo Narayanaya" and Beejaksharam "Ma" from Panchakshari mantra "Om Namah Shivaya"

Beejaksharam is the jeevan or life force of a mantra and if we remove that then that mantra becomes useless.From Narayanaya mantra if we remove Beejaksharam "Ra" sound then it will become Na ayanaya which means not good for chanting ,moksha etc.Same applies while removing Beejaksharam "Ma" from Namah. Namah Shivaya mantra becomes Na Shivaya which means not good for  Prosperity(Mangalam)The word Shiva means  prosperity which however is achieved only when liberation is attained from all bondage. When Ra is removed Knowledge (Janam) is lost and when Ma is removed Prosperity is lost.The Beejaksharams Ra and Ma together form RAMA and Rama sound represents Knowledge and  Prosperity.

By continuous chanting of the mantra, the mantra shareeram purifies the life force to the extent that it can easily merge in the universal being. This is the science behind the daily Japam.This shows the truth embedded in Beejaksharam and it's impact on chanting the mantras.The end result will be the confluence of Life force (Jeeva Shakti) and favorite deity (Ishta Devatha ) based on the mantra chanted.Rama Mantra when chanted together at home with family brings prosperity and harmony.

{Significance and Meaning of Rama Mantram taken from the speech of Jagadguru Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi Tiruvadikal.}

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Lord Rama meets Shabri: Devotion is the sole reason for 'darshan'

When Vishnu-incarnate Ramachandra visits Shabri's ashram in the Adhyatma Ramayana, Shabri explains that she has been waiting for Him ever since her guru, Rishi Matang, left for Brahma's abode. Her mystic guru had foretold her that the Eternal Supreme Soul, who has incarnated on earth for the preservation of dharma, would bless her with His darshan one day and had instructed her to maintain her life till that moment. After pleasantly receiving the Lord and offering Him some fruits, Shabri asks a question that is valid for her time, "When even my guru (a great sage) could not obtain your darshan, how could I – a socially disadvantaged, uneducated woman – attain it?"

In reply, Rama explains that His remembrance is not influenced by gender, caste, title, or age but finds its source in devotion alone. In the absence of bhakti, actions like sacrifices, charity, asceticism, and learning are fruitless in leading to His darshan. In Tulasidasa's retelling of the same theme in the Ramacharitamanasa, Rama compares a person who possesses social privileges, a clan, virtues, ethics, brightness, strength, and riches but lacks devotion to "a cloud devoid of water" (Aranya Kand; 34-3).

Finally, Rama gives Shabri a discourse on the nine kinds of devotion through which a jiva can reach the Lord and concludes by clarifying that devotion leads to the experience of the Divine which, in turn, leads to emancipation: "I am here because you are endowed with bhakti. And my darshan will unquestionably lead to your liberation."

It is interesting to note, especially for the supporters of the devotional schools, that realization and emancipation are not cherished as highly as a darshan. While reaching the abode of Brahma also guarantees Rishi Matang's eventual liberation, it is the face-to-face meeting with the Personal God that the devotee seeks and attains.


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