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Ramacandra Mangalam Stuti by Ramadasa

Felicity for Rama

Good Felicity for Ramachandra, Who is the pleasure of mind of the daughter of Janaka (Sita), and Who fulfils the wishes of mine; felicity for Ramachandra, Who is the Lord of Kausalya, Who nourishes His devotee with a mild smile, and Who is served by Indra (Vasava) and others demi-gods.||1||

Lots of felicity for Ramachandra, Who has a beautiful cloud like body, Who is adorned with paste of sandalwood, and Who is adorned by a shiny bracelet; lovely felicity for Ramachandra, Who is adorned with earrings studded with various gems, Who has a garland of Tulsi, and Who has a lotus like body.||2||

All the felicity for Ramachandra, Who is the son of Devaki (as Krishna), Who is reverred by the God of demi-gods, and Who is the blissful supreme preceptor; immeasurable felicity for Ramachandra, Who has an eyes like the lotus flower, Who has a resplendent body like the moon, and Who has Garuda (egg-born) as the vehicle.||3||

Auspicious felicity for Ramachandra, Who is pure in form, Who is in the form of Vedanta and Veda treatises, and Who is pleasure to watch owing to beauty; all the felicity for Ramachandra, Who resides in the lotus-like heart of Ramadasa (the poet), and Who is the best among the rulers.||4||

Poet: Ramadasu

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© Stutimandal 2006, Mar 24.