Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, Patit Pavan Sita Ram
(O greatest king of Raghu dynasty,King of humanity, Shri Rama. Even downtrodden people get blessings from Shri Sita and Shri Rama )
Sita Ram Jay Sita Ram, Bhaj Pyare Tu Sita Ram
(Victory to Shri Sita and Shri Rama!O mankind, devote yourself to Shri Sita and Shri Rama)
Ishwar Allah Tero Nam, Sabko Sanmati de Bhagawan
(Both, Ishwar and Allah are Your names, O Lord, Please give us divine wisdom).
Shri Mataji singing the bhajan with yogis
ll Om Twameva Sakshat Shri Sita-Rama Sakshat Shri Adi Shakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devyai Namo Namaha ll
“Now in the Treta Yuga when Shri Rama came, the idea of kingship and rulership started, so the greatest emphasis was on the goodwill of the people. The people had to have goodwill, for the people and for the king, and for the betterment of humanity. The will. That is the right side. So how to create the goodwill? First the leader has to sacrifice and show how far he can go on sacrificing to keep the moral and the goodwill of the people.So the right side was created by the advent of Shri Rama because he showed a path of creating among people the awareness that they should be ruled, that they should not be anarchists. There should be one head who should be able to organize, coordinate and work out a collective thing”
(Shri Rama’s birthday, Rama Navami, Chelsham Road, London (UK), 2 April 1982)

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Jai Shri Mataji !
Today on this auspicious day of Shri Rama Navami, we are going to worship Shri Mataji in the form of Shri Rama to celebrate His birth.
Shri Rama, the seventh incarnation Shri Vishnu was born on the ninth day of Chaitra(March/April) month at noon time in Ayodhya to the Raghuvanshi clan. Raghuvanshi is believed to be a lineage of kings tracing its ancestry to Surya. Ram Navami marks the end of the nine days of celebration and worshiping of the Devi during the  Vasant Navaratri.

Shri Mataji has given us divine knowledge that He was the one of the mildest Avataras though, He born in the Dynasty of the Surya with the blessings of Shri Agni.This Maryada Purushottama came on this earth to develop right channel, to establish righteousness among the people, to establish ideal human being.

“So as Shri Vishnu, when He thought of taking His incarnation, because He is the one who is the preserver. He’s the preserver of this creation and also the preserver of dharma. So when He took His incarnation He had to see that people keep to their dharma. By keeping the dharma all right only, you could get your realization. So the job was quite difficult one, I should say, to keep people in the central path of Mahalakshmi. So by first incarnation, you can say that, He tried to create a benevolent king, as Shri Rama. Socrates has described a benevolent king.”
(Shri Krishna Puja. Saffron Walden (England), 14 August 1989.)
“Shri Rama wanted to establish the high ideas to be emulated by humanity. Socrates, as you all know called him ‘a Benevolent King.’Actually all the events that occurred in the life span of Shri Rama like ‘Ahilaya Uddhar,’ ‘Moksha’ to (Adiwasi woman Shabri), Killing of Bali, who was the king of monkeys, who was doing adharma, as well as the killing of Ravana because he kidnapped Shri Sitaji, to establish the rule of Dharma. Actually, Shri Rama was ‘Dharmatita’ i. e. Beyond Dharma. But strictly speaking, Dharma was in born in him i. e. he should be called ‘Dharmasthita.’ He was the embodiment of Dharma.”
(Shri Rama Navami Puja, Noida House (India), 5 April 1998)


“Shri Rama was the Purushottama – means He was the best among all the human beings. That means He incarnated as a human being, total human being, showing all the qualities of human beings. Like He was, He married the Lakshmi principle that was Sita, and then also He lived a normal married life. When He gave Her up He lived like an ascetic to show how a man should lead his life in a proper dharma as a married man. And even when the wife has gone away, how He was leading a life of complete chastity. And He never had another marriage, though many people said that “You should have another marriage.”
(Shri Krishna Puja. Saffron Walden (England), 14 August 1989.)

(Few verses from Shri Rama Kavach in praise of Shri Rama)
Shrī Rāma-chandra charanau manasā smarāmi
 I worship the feet of Shri Rama-chandra in my heart.
 Shrī Rāma-chandra charanau vachasā gṛunāmi 
Through my songs and prayers I praise the feet of Shri Rama-chandra.
 Shrī Rāma-chandra charanau shirasā namāmi 
I bow at the feet of Shri Rama-chandra.
Shrī Rāma-chandra charanau sharanam prapadye
 I surrender at the feet of Shri Rama-chandra. 
Mātā Rāmo matpitā Rāma-chandrah Swāmī Rāmo matsakhā Rāma-chandrah
Shri Rama is my mother and my father; He is my lord and my friend,
sarvaswam me Rāma-chandro dayālur nānyam jāne n’aeva jāne na jāne
 So also the ever-compassionate Shri Rama is everything to me and I know nothing else at all
 Rāmo Rāja-manihi sadā vijayate Rāmam Ram’esham bhaje
( I worship the husband of Shri Sita, Shri Rama, the king of kings, who is forever victorious).
 Rāmen’ābhihatā nishāchara-chamū Rāmāya tasmai namah
( I bow to Shri Rama who has killed the army of rakshasas).
Rāmānn’āsti parā-yanam para-taram Rāmasya dās’osmy’aham
( I consider no-one greater than Shri Rama and I am His servant).
 Rāme chitta-layah sadā bhavatu me bho Rāma mām-uddhara
( Shri Rama, let my attention be always on Your Being and may You help me to evolve).
Sakshat Shri Adi Shakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devyai Namo Namaha
(Shri Ram Kavach Part 1

Shri Ram Kavach Part 2
Suggested Talk: Shri Rama’s Birthday Puja (Ram Navami). Chelsham Road ashram, London, England. (1982-0402)

Ma Tere Nirmal Prem Ko

Pundit Bhimsen Joshi Singing Saint Tukaram’s Composition, Part 1 (1985 in presence of Shri Mataji)

Saint Tulsidas Bhajan by Pundit Bhimsen Joshi, Part 2

Ramrangi Rangale : Bhimsen Joshi

Thumak Chalat Ram Chandra (Tulsidas)

Anup Jalota Payoji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo (Sita Rama) Shri Mataji Birthday 1993 (Sahaja Yoga)