Lord Rama

Shri Ram

Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu was the king of Ayodhya and is considered as the highest worshipped deity in the Vedic customs (Hinduism). Lord Rama and Lord Krishna are considered to be the most significant avatars of Vishnu. He is considered the Supreme Being, rather than an avatar in a few sects. The Vedic magnum opus Ramayana details His idealistic nature, duties toward others and renunciation.
Rama was the eldest son of the king of Ayodhya, Dasharatha and his wife Kausalya. He is referred to as Maryada Purushottama. It is to be noted that maryada means ‘limit’ and purushottama means ‘the greater than the greatest man’. Purusha means ‘man of honor’. The word uttama is made of ‘ut’ means ‘above’ and ‘tama’ is one of the modes of nature meaning ‘ignorance’. The Lord Rama is above all the tamasik qualities and He is ‘Purushottam’ meaning He is greater than the greatest or the best (uttama) men.

His wife Sita is considered to be a divine incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and the personification of an ideal woman. The life of Lord Rama is brims with His adherence to His prescribed duties as Dharma. His journey comprised of obstacles and hard tests throughout His life. He abandoned His claim to Ayodhya's throne to honor His father’s word. He also agreed to serve an exile of fourteen years in the forest. He was accompanied by His wife and brother Lakshmana and all three spent the years in exile together. In exile Mother Sita was kidnapped by the demon king of Lanka, Ravana. After a long and grueling search for Sita, the Lord along with His Vanara sena (army of monkeys) fought an epic war against Ravana and his demonic army. This battle involved powerful and supernatural beings, destructive weaponry and magical battles. In the end the Lord defeated Ravana and freed His wife. After completing His exile He returned to Ayodhya and was crowned the king. During His rule happiness, peace, prosperity and justice prevailed. This period came to be known as Rama Rajya.

It is believed that Lord Rama was born during the Treta Yuga about 1.2 million years ago. His birthday is celebrated as Rama Navami and it falls in the month of April/May. According to Valmiki’s Ramayana, He was born in Ayodhya on the ninth day of Chaitra lunar month (March–April).

‘Rama’ is the 394th name of Lord Vishnu as per Vishnu sahasranama. The name Rama has two connotations: the supreme Brahman who is the infinitely blissful spiritual Self in whom Yogis rejoice and the One (Vishnu) who assumed the enchanting form of Rama.

Virtues of Rama

Shree Rama is considered to be the epitome of virtues. Affection, kindness, generosity and compassion for all those around Him are some of His most pious qualities. His body was attractive, awe-inspiring and exceptional. He had charismatic manners, marvelous physique and a magnetic personality. Rama was considered to be exceptionally noble, generous, chivalrous and intrepid and never spoke a lie throughout his life. He leads a simple life without any glimpse of flamboyance. He was articulate and adjusted to situations. His traits were such that He is considered as a son unequalled in the world. He always respected scholars and the elders. People loved Him and He loved them back. He was the omniscient and hence understood the hearts of all the humans in the world. He had all the characteristics of an ideal King and was the beloved to His subjects. He was blessed with all the transcendental qualities and was one of a kind.


His ardent devotee Hanuman was his Vehicle.

Sita as His Consort and the Battle with Ravana:

Mother Sita and Rama are religiously considered to be the avatars of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu respectively. When Rama was exiled from His kingdom, He tried to convince Sita not to join Him in the exile which would certainly be arduous and potentially dangerous. But Sita rejected this and joins Him to live in the jungle. Even when Rama ordered Her, Sita rejects it, citing that it was the very purpose of a wife to be at her husband's corner regardless of the situation he was in. Rama on His part was particularly protective and caring for Sita throughout their exile.

After Sita was kidnapped by Ravana and during their separation both of them go through great personal hardships. During this period Sita protects her chastity. She survives the year in captivity only on the depth of her love and adherence to religious values and morale. She was never once unfettered despite Ravana's courting and threats.

Rama in the meanwhile often succumbed to despair to an extent that He denounced Himself for failing to defend His wife. He was not even aware of who kidnapped He or where She was taken. He was concerned over Her safety and pains. Mother Sita was discovered by Hanuman but She refused to be rescued by Him as She knew that it is in Rama's destiny to fight and rescue Her. However, aware of Ravana’s power she was sacred for Rama’s safety. The wedding or union of Sita and Rama can be thought of as two entities coming together to form a whole. This union of Rama and Sita on Earth can be compared to the celestial union or rather reunion of Lakshmi and Vishnu.

Metaphorically speaking the union of Rama and Sita represents the relationship between the Soul and its awareness. The fight between Ram and Ravana is the battle of the soul with the distractions in ten directions to win back awareness.


There are several mantras devoted to the prayer of Lord Rama.

1. Shri Ram Gayatri mantra is one the most popular gayatri mantra and can be chanted to achieve the blessings of lord shri Rama.

"Om Dasharathaye dashrathaye Vidmahe Sita Vallabhay Dhimahi |
Tanno: Ram: Prachodayat ||"

Meaning: Om Let us meditate on the son of dasarath (Shri Rama), Ohh consort of Sita give me the higher Intelligence and Let God Rama illuminate my mind.

2. Shri Ram Moola Mantra: is based on the Beejakshar and considered as very powerful mantra for peace and prosperity 

"OM Hrim Hrim Ram Ramay Namah"

3. Ram Raksha Stotra: would strike a chord with Lord Rama and chanting this sloka regularly endears the devotee to Lord Rama

"“Raamaaya Raamabhadraaya Raamachandraaya Vedasey
Raghunaathaaya Naathaaya Seethaayaah Pathaye Namaha!!”"

It means: My salutations to the consort of Lady Sita, Who is the basis of all Vedas as Rama, Ramabhadra and Ramachandra and, Who is lord of the world as the lord of Raghu clan

4. Rama Beeja Mantra to get success and power of attraction

“Om Kleem Namo Bhagavathey Raamachandraaya sakalajana vashyakaraaya Swaaha!!”

It means: My salutations to the consort of Lady Sita, Who is the basis of all Vedas as Rama, Ramabhadra and Ramachandra and, Who is lord of the world as the lord of Raghu clan

5. Rama Sankirtan Mantra: Sankirtan means chanting the divine names of God with pure devotion and true love. Singing loudly Ram Sankirtan is the most powerful method of purification of one’s heart and help to attract success in all walks of life.

"|| Shri Ram Jay Ram Jay Jay Ram ||"

It means:
Ohh Beloved Ram, I honor You
Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna,
Krishna, Krishna, Hare, Hare.
Hare Rama, Hare Rama,
Rama, Rama, Hare, Hare

The mantra is a spiritual call to the Lord, meaning, “Oh energy of the Lord, please engage me in the loving service of Lord Krishna , Oh energy of the Lord, please engage me in the loving service of Lord Rama.”

6. Daily Ram Mantras

Monday Mantra: Shree Ram Jaya Ram Siva Ram
Tuesday Mantra: Shree Rama Jaya Rama Jaya Jaya Rama
Wednesday Mantra: Hari Rama Hari Rama, Rama Rama Hari Hari
Thursday Mantra: Jaya Rama Siva Rama Guru Rama Jaya Rama
Friday Mantra: Seetha Rama Hanumantha Rama Seetha Hanumantha
Saturday Mantra: Shree Rama Jaya Rama Sundara Rama
Sunday Mantra: Shree Rama Jaya Rama Raghu Rama

How To Pray and Please Lord Rama:

If you are a devotee of Lord Ram and would like to offer your humble prayers to the righteous one, there are a few things you will need to know. Hindus across the world celebrate Rama's time/day of birth as well as marriage to Sita as Rama Navami. It falls on Chaitra Masa Suklapaksha Navami (the ninth day of a Hindu lunar year). People normally perform Kalyanotsavam (or marriage celebration) with small idols of Rama and Sita in their houses. These idols are are taken in a procession on the streets at the end of the day. This day also marks the end of nine-day Festival called Vasanthothsavam (Festival of Spring), which starts with Ugadi. Hindus observe a fast or restrict themselves to a specific diet for the occasion. Temples are decorated and Ramayana is recited. Along with Rama, prayers to Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman are also performed. The victory of Rama over Ravana is celebrated as Dussehra or Vijayadashami. Hindus celebrate this day as the victory of Goddess Durga over the Raksh Mahishasura.

Lord Rama Idols:
Lord Rama is a celebrated incarnation of Lord Vishnu, considered the most illustrious and worshipped avatar. Lord Vishnu, the Supreme Lord is the preserver and protector of all the living beings. Whenever irreligion increases, the Lord descends to re-establish Dharma (moral order) in the world. The incarnations of Vishnu appears whenever there is disorder in the world. Rama idols can be placed at your home for daily worship and it is the best way to meditate on His powerful form. It fills the home and the occupants with positivity, blessings and fortune. We offer Rama idols in brass and marbles as well as natural gemstones.

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Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha beads:

Self-power, brilliant intellect and health are the true blessings of Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha beads. A Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha bead is ruled by Sun, the epitome of light, heat, energy and divinity. Lord Rama descended from the solar dynasty or Raghu Dynasty. The ruling deity of Raghu Dynasty is Sun. The wearer of Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha beads gains the quality of Sun that are ruling and shining with brilliance. Sun is the origin of all other planets. At mental level, a Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha bead releases stress, anger, worries, suspicion and low esteem. Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha bead re-energizes Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipur Chakra). A person with healthy Manipura Chakra maintains a sense of power, complete tasks on time, and works towards excellence and acquires the qualities of a natural leader just like the qualities of Lord Rama. One can wear a Twelve Mukhi Rudraksha bead as an armlet, pendant or bracelet.
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It is a gem of planet Sun and gives name, fame, vigour, virtue, warmth and the capacity to command to its wearer. All these qualities were fully manifests in the nature and behavior of Lord Rama. It brings fire, passion and motivation in life. For thousands of years Ruby has been considered one of the most valuable gemstones on Earth. To be classified as a “precious” stone, it has it all: a wonderfully rich color, excellent hardness and an overwhelming brilliance. It is also an extremely rare gemstone, especially in the finer qualities. It strengthens courage, selfless work, all spiritual endeavours, joy and many leadership qualities.
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Rama Darbar Idols:

In this idol of Rama Darbar Lord Rama, His consort Sita, and His brother Laxman are standing at the altar and Lord Hanuman is at the feet of his Istha Dev Ram in praying mode. One can have this idol installed at home and meditate on the same by remembering it.
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Shree Rama Locket in Pure Gold:

Wearing a locket of Lord Rama is said to keep you constantly in touch with the Lord. It reminds you of His presence, His divine qualities and His grace. It is a Vedic custom to wear sacred objects on the body like Lord Shiva wears Rudraksha beads all over His body. The central part of the locked is carved into Sanskrit writing that says Shree Rama. Shree is Sri who is the divine consort of the Lord. She is Shakti, Lakshmi and Mother Nature.
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Rama Kada:

This is one of the highly energized wearable divine pieces. It is a healing bangle with the inscription Sri Rama Jaya Ram Jaya Jaya Rama written in the ancient Indian Sanskrit text which is translated means "Oh Divine Self with Shakti activated, victory to the self, victory, victory to the Self." The best part is that it is made of Panchdathu. The metals used are gold, silver, copper, brass and bronze. These metals are said to balance the overall energies of the body. Hand crafted and finished to high quality. Fully adjustable one size fits all.
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Related Chakra: Manipura Chakra

Manipura Chakra is associated with Lord Rama. An individual with a balanced Manipura Chakra unobtrusively maintains a sense of power, completes tasks on time, works towards excellence with ease and is a natural leader. The person is spontaneous and has high respect for self and others. Manipura Chakra demonstrates courage and conviction along the lines of high self-esteem the way Lord Rama displayed during the war against Ravana.

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