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Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra | Interpretation And Benefits Of Chanting Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra

oṁ dāśarathāya vidmahe | sītāvallabhāya dhīmahi | tanno rāmaḥ pracodayāt |

ॐ दाशरथये विद्महे सीतावल्लभाय धीमहि,

तन्नो राम प्रचोदयात्॥

Born to King Daśaratha and Queen Kausalya in Ayodhya in the Tretāyuga, Lord Rāma, the pivotal personage of the Hindu epic Rāmāyaṇa, has deemed the seventh avatar of Lord Viṣṇu. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says, Lord Rāma is the epitome of dharma and high moral standards, illustrating how a man should endure. His character is reflected as the best precedent of dignity, righteousness, humbleness, compassion, mercy, patience, sacrifice, and bravery. Lord Rāmas’ birth is remembered and celebrated as Rāma Navami in India. On this day, believers pray for peace and prosperity and also seek heavenly blessings from Lord Rāma.

Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra is the Gayatri Mantra dedicated to Lord Rāma, and among the most prevailing mantras of Lord Rāma. Reciting Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra is propitious for families and married couples to lead a prosperous and peaceful life.

Interpretation Of Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra 

I meditate on the son of Dasharatha, who is also the husband of Sita, so that he illuminate in my spirit.

Benefits Of Chanting Rāma-Gāyatrī-Mantra 

1.   Helps one to surmount barriers and uncertainties
2.   Enhances self-esteem
3.   Increases will power
4.   Cultivate virtue
5.   Boosts overall health and happiness
6.   Leads to harmony and tranquillity and encourages cooperation among families, companions, and community

 

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Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr. Kausthub Desikachar is the successor and current lineage holder of the classical Viniyoga tradition of T Krishnamacharya & TKV Desikachar. He is an acclaimed yoga teacher, yoga therapist, healer and spiritual adviser. He is also an avid photographer, inspirational writer and poet.

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