Sloka Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH with meaning

Jun 25 2017 0 Comments Tags: Rama, sanskrit, Sloka, Vishnu

Sloka Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH is mentioned in Shri Vishnu sahasranamam (Sloka 43) . The meaning of the above Sanskrit versions is that Rama is the one who keeps the entire living beings happy, the one in whose memory Yogis always revel (take pleasure) in the bliss of Brahman.

 Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH

रामो विरामो विरजो मार्गो नेयो नयो-अनयः ।

वीरः शक्तिमतां श्रेष्ठ: धर्मो धर्मविदुत्तमः ।।

Ramo Viraamo Virajo Margo Neyo Nayo-anayaH

Veerah Shaktimataam Shresshtah Dharmo Dharmaviduttamah

The meaning of the above Sanskrit versions is that Rama is the one who keeps the entire living beings happy, the one in whose memory Yogis always revel (take pleasure) in the bliss of Brahman. He is the one who is omniscient and full of bliss. He is the place of final rest for all deserving souls. He is the one before whom, all else becomes pale and insignificant. He is the one who has no desires for enjoyment or any luxuries. He is the lord who creates path to the devotees to reach the zones of liberation and immortality.

He is the one who wishes to do anything for the devotees. He conducts monitors and leads everybody in this world. He is the one who cannot be felled by anybody. He is valiant and is the one who strikes terror into the hearts of the evil doers. He is the greatest, the supreme most and the invincible. He is the foremost among the celestials and is the most valiant among the brave. He is the dharma and his very nature is dharma and his incarnation is for the purpose of dharma.

He is the embodiment of dharma and protector of dharma. He is the foremost and greatest among the knower of dharma. ! Ramo Vigrahavaan Dharmah! It means Rama is an epitome, a personification, a manifestation of Dharma. Rama is the very embodiment of righteousness. It was as if righteousness itself had incarnated on earth. Dharma and Rama are inseparable.

It is said that when sage Valmiki was asked to write Ramayana he asks sage Narada is there any person among the human beings who has all the sixteen virtues and that person was none other than Lord Sri Rama.

 

 

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