„Hey Ram Hey Ram
Jag Mein Sachu Tera Naam
Tu Hi Mata Tu Hi Pita Hai
Tu Hi To Hai Radha Ka Shyam
Tu Antaryami Sab Ka Swami
Tere Charno Mein Charo Dham
Tu Hi Bigade Tu Hi Saware
Is Jaag Ke Sare Kaam
Tu Hi Jagra Data Vishv Vidhata
Tu Hi Subah Tu Hi Shaam.”
Hey Ram Hey Ram bhajan translation in English:
„O Ram O Ram
In the world, True is Your name
You alone are the Mother, …Father
You are none other than Radha’s Shyam
You are the Master and inner ruler of all
The four dhAms are at Your feet
You are the one Who disturbs and rectifies
all deeds of this world.
You are the giver and supporter of this Universe
You alone are the Morning and Evening.”
Lord Rama is the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is also called „Shri Rama”, or Purushottama, which means the best of men or the supreme personality (Purusa).
He is one of the most regularly adored gods of Hindus and is known as an ideal man and hero of the epic Ramayana. Ramayana has been written by Maharshi Valmiki. This epic has 24,000 shlokas, 500 upkhand and 7 Kand with answers.
Lord Rama is said to have taken birth on earth to annihilate the evil forces of the age (He is always holding a bow and arrow indicating his preparedness to destroy evils). It is acknowledged that Lord Rama took birth in the kingdom of Kosala in Ayodhya to King Dashratha and his Queen Kaushalya.
The most devoted follower of Lord Rama is Lord Hanuman, who is always shown in the picture of Lord Rama, Laxman and Sita. Ram Navami (a Hindu festival) is celebrated every year on the 9th day of Chaitra Masa Suklapaksha Navami.
It is celebrated to mark the birth and marriage of Lord Rama to Sita.
„It is My vow that if one only once seriously surrenders unto Me, saying “My dear Lord, from this day I am Yours”, and prays to Me for courage, I shall immediately award courage to that person and he will always remain safe from that time on.” – Lord Rama