Sri Rama Navami- Explain its significance and simplicity to kids
|   Mar 28, 2015
Sri Rama Navami- Explain its significance and simplicity to kids

Rama Navami – Birth of Lord Rama

Shree Rama Rama Rameti

Rame Raame Manorame

Sahasranaama Tat Tulyam

Raama Naama Varaanane|


By meditating the Name of Rama, my Mind gets absorbed in the Divine Consciousness of Rama, which is Transcendental. The Name of Rama is as Great as the Thousand Names of God  -(Vishnu Sahasranama).

Rama Mantra - Sri Rama Rama Rameti sloka (a part taken from vishnu sahasranama stotram) if recited gives the same effect as reciting the whole of Vishnu Sahasranama Stotra.  By reciting the name 'Rama' one time, there is an effect of reciting the whole Vishnusahasranama stotra one time. Precisely, when we recite 'Rama' once, it is equal to reciting thousand names of the Lord.

Significance of reciting Rama Nama…

Rama Nama is the accepted globally as the only Mantra that is called 'Taraka Mantra'. The word 'taraka' signifies as the one that helps us cross. It helps us cross all the ups and downs of the cycles of birth and death.

Easy to chant by kids

Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

Panakam / Panak

One of the traditional naivedyam on Sree Rama Navami includes Panakam. It is easy to make, no cooking required and can be had throughout the summer as a refreshing cooling drink.


Water – 3 Cups

Grated Jaggery – 1/2 Cup

Dry Ginger Powder – 1/2 tsp

Cardamom Powder – 1/4 tsp


Dissolve jaggery in water. Strain the liquid. Add cardamom and dry ginger powder to the jaggery water. Mix well. Strain if necessary .Serve cold.

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