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6-mantra

6.Yatra yatra raghunādha kirtanam tatra tatra kruta mastakānjalim|

Bhāhpavāriparipūrna locanam mārutim namata rākshsāntikam||

  • Word meanings:  
    • Yatra yatra: where ever;
    • Raghunādha: ruler of the Raghu dynasty;
    • Kirtanam: sings the glories;
    • Tatra tatra: always there;
    • Kruta: bowing;
    • Mastakānjalim: his head, with folded hands;
    • Bhāhpavāriparipūrna: overflowing with tears;
    • Locanam: eyes;
    • Mārutim: dear son of wind god;
    • Namata: salutations;
    • Rākshsāntikam: destroyer of Rakshasas.
    • Translation:
My humble salutations to Lord Hanumān who is the dear son of the wind God Maruta, destroyer of the Rākshasās, always there where ever the glories of the Lord Raghunādha- ruler of the Raghu dynasty are sung, sits with folded hands  listening humbly bowing his head and eyes  overflowing with tears. Here true Rāma Bhakti and the consequential peace and joy of joy can be easily achieved by worship of Hanumān.
  • Pronunciation:
  • Pronounce ā like in ca
  • Pronounce ū like in pool
  • Pronounce like in bushel
  • Pronounce c like in chunk 

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