Chanting this one mantra can give you benefits of reading the entire Ramayana

Sep 23 2019 02:20 PM
Chanting this one mantra can give you benefits of reading the entire Ramayana

There are many such scriptures in Hinduism and all must have read it or heard about it. One of them is Ramayana, which contains many such stories about Shri Ram and Ravana, which if a person follows him daily according to the rules, then all the problems of his life can be solved. Ramayana is lengthy and it is very difficult to read it daily. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about such a mantra, in which the essence of the entire Ramayana is hidden. It is said that chanting this one verse daily gives equal merit to reading Ramayana. So let's know about this mantra.

आदि राम तपोवनादि गमनं, हत्वा मृगं कांचनम्.
वैदीहीहरणं जटायुमरणं, सुग्रीवसंभाषणम्..
बालीनिर्दलनं समुद्रतरणं, लंकापुरीदाहनम्.
पश्चाद् रावण कुम्भकर्ण हननम्, एतद्धि रामायणम्..

Meaning - Shriram went to exile, killed the golden deer there. Sita was abducted by Ravana, Jatayu lost his life in the hands of Ravana. Shriram and Sugriva became friends. Slaughtered Bali Crossed the sea. Lanka was burnt. After this, Ravana and Kumbhakarna were killed. This is the short story of Ramayana.

Benefits of Mantra Chanting - It is said that by chanting this Mantra, one attains peace and the reciter gets rid of bad thoughts. With this, the negative energy ends and chanting this mantra while worshipping helps to reach ecstasy. 

How to chant the mantra - It is said that this mantra should be chanted in the temple of the house and every day after the morning bath, recite it in the temple. With this, for chanting, sit straight and meditate.  Chant the mantra and chant the mantra at least 108 times. Keep in mind if you do not have much time, you can do it 11 or 21 times.

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