Friday, June 18, 2010

11th & 12th Verses of Shri Hanuman Bahuk and Shri Ramraksha Stotra

Shri Hanuman Bahuk: 11th Verse

Rachibeko bidhi jaise, paalibeko hari, har

Meech maaribeko, jyaibeko sudhaapaan bho |

Dharibeko dharni, tarni tam dalibeko,

Sokhibe krisaanu, poshibeko him-bhaanu bho ||

Khal-dukh-doshibeko, jan-paritoshibeko,

Maangibo maleentaako modak sudaan bho |

Aaratkee aarti nivaaribeko tihoon pur,

Tulsiko saheb hatheelo Hanuman bho ||

You are like Brahma for creating the universe, Vishnu for preserving the world, Rudra (a title of Shiva) for dissolution of the world and ambrosia for conferring immortality; the earth for carrying us, the sun in getting rid of darkness, the fire for drying up, the moon and sun for nurturing us; unleashing misery on the wicked and disgracing them, satisfying sevakas or devotees and the bestower of delight for utterly destroying the dirt of demands.

The svami or Lord of Tulsi, Shri Hanumanji has been true to his promise of alleviating grief of the downtrodden, in the three lokas.

Shri Ramraksha Stotra: 11th Verse

Paatal bhutalavyom chaari nash chadmchaarinah |

Na drashtumapi shaktaaste rakshitam ramnaambhih ||

Those who roam in paatal (one of the seven subterranean regions, below the earth), on earth and above in the sky, and those who keep wandering in disguise, will not be able to even look at the man well-defended by the names of Rama, let alone bring any harm to him.

Hanuman Bahuk: 12th Verse

Sevak syokaee jaani jaankees maanai kaani,

Saanukool soolpaani navaai naath naankko |

Devi dev daanav dayaavane havaai joraain haath,

Baapure baraak kahaa aur raja raankko ||

Jaagat sovat baithe baagat binod mod,

taakai jo anarth so samarth ek aankko |

sab din rooro paraai pooro jahan-tahan taahi,

jaake hai bharoso hiye hanuman haankko ||

Understanding the service of his devotee Hanumanji, Jankinath (a title of Rama the husband of Janki) was embarassed or highly obliged in other words, Shivji and Indra, the lord of the heavens, pay obeisance to him. Gods-goddesses and demons become the recipients of his mercy and fold their hands, then what standing do kings and the other wretchedly poor who suffer have.

Which doctrine has the ability to bring harm to (Pavan Kumar's) devotee, when he is awake, sleeping, sitting, wandering,sporting or absorbed in joy? Whoever has faith in calling out to Anjani Kumar, all his days will pass in an excellent manner wherever he may be.

Shri Ramraksha Stotra: Verse 12

Rameti Rambhadreti Ramchandreti vaa smaran I

Naro na lipyate paapeir bhuktim muktim chavindati ||

By doing smarana or meditating on 'Ram', 'Rambhadra' and 'Ramchandra', various names of Lord Rama, man is not sullied by sin. Soon after he attains salvation after suffering for his wrongdoings in this world.

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