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Sri Ram Raksha Stotra

Sri Rama Raksha Strotam

Viniyogah:Aasya Shriramrakshastrotamantrasya budhkaushik hrishi: ShriSitaramcandro devta anushtup Chanda: Sita shakti: Shriman hanuman keelkam ShriRamcandapreetyeRthe Ramrakshastotrajape vinyOgah: Dhyaaedaajaanu baahum dhyaanam dhrit shar dhanusham badhhpadmaasanastham Peetam vaaso vasaanam navkamaldalspardhinetram prasannam . Vamaankaarooddh sita mukhkamal milallochanam neerdaabham naanaalankaar deeptam dadhat murujataamandalam Ramchandram .

StotramCharitam Raghunaathasya shut koti pravistaram I Ekaikam aksharam punsaam mahaa paatak naashanam II 1 II Dhyaatvaa nilotpal shyaamam Ramam rajeev lochanam I Jaanaki lakshmanopetam jataa mukut manditam II 2 II Saasitoor dhanurbaan paanim naktam charaantakam I Swalilayaa jagat traatumaavirbhuntam ajam vibhum II 3 II Ram rakshaam patthet praagyaha paapaghaneem sarv kaamdam I Shiro may Raaghavah paatu bhaalam Dasharathaatmjah II 4 II Kausalyeyo Drishau Paatu Vishvaamitra priyah shrutee I Ghraanam paatu makha traataa mukham saumitrivatsala II 5 IIPage 2

Sri Rama Raksha StrotamJihvaam vidyaa nidhih paatu kanttham bharat vanditah . Skandhau divyaayudhah paatu bhujau bhagnesh kaarmukah II6II Karau seetapatih paatu hridayam jaamadagnyajit I Madhyam paatu khara dhwansi naabhim jaambvadaashrayah II7II Sugriveshah katee paatu sakthini hanumat prabhuh I Uru Raghoot tamah paatu rakshakul vinaashkrit II 8 II Jaahnuni Setukrit Paatu janghey dasha mukhaantakah I Paadau vibhishan shreedah paatu Ramokhilam vapuh II 9 II Etaam Ram balopetaam rakshaam yah sukriti patthet I Sa chiraayuh sukheeputri vijayi vinayi bhavet II 10 II Paataal bhutalavyom chaari nash chadmchaarinah I Na drashtumapi shaktaaste rakshitam ramnaambhih II 11 II Rameti Rambhadreti Ramchandreti vaa smaran I Naro na lipyate paapeir bhuktim muktim chavindati II 12 II Jagat jaitreik mantrein Ram naam naabhi rakshitam I Yah kantthe dhaareytasya karasthaah sarv siddhyah II 13 II Vajra panjar naamedam yo Ramkavacham smaret I Avyaa hataagyah sarvatra labhate jai mangalam II 14 II Aadisht vaan yathaa swapne Ram rakshaimaam harah I Tathaa likhit vaan praatah prabu dho budh kaushikah II 15 II Aaraamah kalpa vrikshaanam viraamah sakalaapadaam I Abhiraam strilokaanam Ramahi Shrimaansah nah prabhuh II 16 IIPage 3

Sri Rama Raksha StrotamTarunau roop sampannau sukumaarau mahaa balau I Pundreek vishaalaakshau cheerkrishnaa jinaambarau II 17 II Fala moolaa shinau daantau taapasau brahma chaarinau I putrau dashrathasyetau bhraatarau Ram Lakshmanau II 18 II Sharanyau sarv satvaanaam shreshtthau sarv dhanush mataam I Rakshah kul nihantaarau traayetaam no raghuttamau II 19 II Aattasajjadhanushaa vishusprishaa vakshyaashug nishang sanginau I Rakshnaaya mum Ram lakshmanaa vagratah pathi sadaiv gachhtaam II 20 II Sannadah kavachi khadagi chaap baan dharo yuvaa I Gachhan manorathaa nashch Ramah paatu salakshmanah II 21 II Ramo daashraltih shooro lakshmanaaru charo balee I Kaakutsthah purushah purnah kausalyeyo raghuttmah II 22 II Vedaant vedyo yagneshah puraan puru shottamah I Jaanaki vallabhah shrimaan prameya paraakramah !! 23 II Ityetaani japan nityam madabhaktah shraddhyaan vitah I Ashvamedhaadhikam punyam sampraapnoti na sanshayah II24II Ramam doorvaadal shyaamam padmaaksham peet vaasasam I Stuvanti naambhirdivyern te sansaarino naraah II 25 II Ramam Lakshman poorvajam raghuvaram sitapatim sundaram I Kaakutstham karunarnvam gunnidhim viprapriyam dhaarmikam II 26 IIPage 4

Sri Rama Raksha StrotamRaajendram satyasandham Dashrath tanayam shyaamalam shaantmurtium Vande Lokaabhiraamam Raghukultilakam Raghavam Raavanaarim I Ramaay Rambhadraay Ramchandraay Vedhasey Raghunaathaay naathaay sitayah paataye namah II 27 II Shri Ram Ram Raghunandan Ram Ram Shri Ram Ram Bharataagraj Ram Ram Shri Ram Ram Runkarkash Ram Ram Shri Ram Ram Sharanam bhav Ram Ram II 28 II Shri Ram Chandra Charan Shri Ram Chandra Charanau manasaa smaraami Shri Ram Chandra Charanau vachasaa grinaami Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Shirasaa namaami Shri Ram Chandra Charanau Sharanam prapadye II 29 II Maataa Ramo Matpitaa. Ram Chandrah Swaami Ramo matsakhaa Ram Chandrah Sarvasvam may Ram Chandra Dayaalur Naanyam jaane naive jaane na jaane II 30 II Dakshiney Lakshmano yasya vaame cha janakaatmajaa I Purato marutir yasya tama vande Raghunandanam II 31 II Lokaabhi Ramam rana rangdheeram Rajeev netram Raghuvansh naatham Kaarunya roopam karunaa karantamPage 5

Sri Rama Raksha StrotamShri Ram Chandram Sharanam prapadye II 32 II Manojavam maarut tulya vegam Jitendriyam buddhi mataam varishttham Vaataatmjam vaanar youth mukhyam Shri Ram dootam Sharanam prapadye II 33 II Koojantam Ram raameti madhuram madhuraaksharam I Aaruhya Kavitaa Shakhaam vande Vaalmikilokilam II 34 II Aapdaampahar taaram daataaram sarvsampdaam I Lokaabhiramam Shri Ramam bhooyo bhooyo namaamya hum II 35 II Bharjanam bhav beejaanaam arjanam sukh sampdaam I Tarjanam yum dootaanaam Ram Rameti garjanam II 36 II Ramo Rajmani sadaa vijayate Ramam Ramesham bhaje Ramenaa bhihtaa nishaacharchamoo Ramaay tasmai namah Ramannaasti paraayanam partaram Ramasya daasosmyaham Rame Chittalayah sadaa bhavtu me bho Ram maamudhhar II 37 II Ram Rameti Rameti Ramey Rame manoramey I Sahastra naam tatulyam Ram naam varaananey II 38 II

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.. .. Anushtup ChandaSri Budha Kousika Rishi has written the Sri Ram Raksha Stotra in the Anushtup Chanda, or the Anushtup metre. The great sage-poet, Valmiki, had also composed the Ramayana in the same meter, the Anushtup Chanda. This much is known, for it is said so, at the beginning of the stotra Sri Sitaramachandro Devata | Anushtup Chanda | Seeta Shakti | Srimad Hanumana Keelakam | - The deity of this stotra is Sri Ram, the meter is Anushtup, the power of the stotra is from Sita, and Sri Hanuman is the lynchpin (nail) that keeps the verses and the entire stotra together and gives it the magnificence of devotion that only he can. We will not discuss or argue the timeline or the possible time-period of the Ramayana. What is most certainly known, without argument, is that the great sage-poet, Valmiki, wrote the Ramayana in the Anushtup Chanda, or meter. He is credited with the discovery of the verse-metre that was named Anushtup. He wrote the Ramayana in verse-form through nearly 24,000 verses, divided amongst seven books that are recognized as Kaandas. To illustrate the use of a specific metre, through an entire stotra, is the Gayatri Chanda, or meter, for the Gayatri Mantra, composed by Brahmarishi Vishwamitra. Later, Veda Vyasa included the mantra in the Vedas. There are other authors and poets who have written the Ramayana in variant versions, including those that are written in other countries of South and South-East Asia. Some of these variant meters have the entire Ramayana beginning and concluding within those nations, without any tracePage 10

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Sri Rama Raksha Strotamor hint that the story could have taken place in India. The diversity can be discussed by a million other webpages, blogs, network groups and experts. The great variants in India of the Ramayana by the Eleventh Century Tamil Poet, Kamban, and by the Sixteenth Century Hindi-Hindustani Poet, Tulsidas, through his Ramacharitamanas, have been recognized as distinctly different depictions. The story of Valmiki discovering the Anushtup Chanda meter of poetry is in itself extremely fascinating, especially because of the romanticisation of the love of the Krauncha birds and their subsequent sorrow. The death of one of the birds caused the sage, Valmiki, to exclaim in verse, that he later realized was in a proper metre, and was accepted and recognized as the Anushtup. The verses in Anushtup meter were grouped into chapters that were termed as Sarga, that were later compiled within a Kaanda. Interestingly, the word Kaanda, is usually meant to depict the internode point of sugarcane, and in ancient Sanskrit, was used to depict an interlude within a story. Valmikis Ramayana, now recognized as the Srimad Valmiki Ramayan, is organized into six Kaandas or Books. There is a seventh Kaanda, and its inclusion is a different story and a different argument elsewhere. The Anushtup meter is comprised of 32 syllables in one verse. Each sloka, or a para within the poem, is usually comprised of four lines, and sometimes more. Uniquely, the sage-poet, Valmiki, seemed to have confirmed to most of the rules of Sanskrit Grammer that must have been defined much later. The Ram Raksha Stotra is also similarly constructed, in precise Anushtup metre, with 32 syllables in four lines of the verse. Sri Budha Kousika Rishi, as did Valmiki, did not stray from the rules that would later be written to depict the system governing the structural and functional relationships of the verse, following its earlier verse, and subsequently leading to the compilation of the entire Sri Ram Raksha Stotra. There is extremely complex interplay of word components, mostly of course, with the word Ram, which is to be expected. There is also complex organization of the morphology and syntax of the series of words within each metre. It would be obvious to those who have memorized the Sri Ram Raksha Stotra, and those who are able to recite the entire Stotra