God Ganesh, the god of all virtues and to whom the spirit owes its origin; Goddess Sharda, the goddess of speech; we bow to them. Now we will explore the way to reach Lord Rama which is considered as infinite. Shloka 1 Let us follow the path of honesty and devotion. This path will lead us to Shri Hari.
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मनाचे श्लोक ( Shri Manache Shlok )
Samarth Ramdas c. His earlier name was Narayan. He was a devotee of the Hindu deities Rama and Hanuman and also a contemporary of the Maratha rulers Shivaji and Sambhaji. Ramdas or previously Narayan was born at Jamb, a village in present-day Jalna district , Maharashtra on the occasion of Rama Navami in His father was known to be a devotee of the sun. He had an elder brother named Gangadhar. His father died when Narayan was around seven years of age.
God Ganesh, the god of all virtues and to whom the spirit owes its origin; Goddess Sharda, the goddess of speech; we bow to them. Now we will explore the way to reach Lord Rama which is considered as infinite. Shloka 1 Let us follow the path of honesty and devotion. This path will lead us to Shri Hari. Let us shun everything that is condemned and do everything that is commendable with the full devotion of mind. Shloka 2 Let us remember Lord Rama every morning.