Sri Rama – The mover of things

Sri Rama is the mover of things and He proved his omnipotent presence this year in Bharat.

The return of Sri Rama to Ayodhya after 500 years has ignited immense interest among people, leading them to visit spiritual places more than ever before.

This year, the Gita press sold 5 hundred thousand copies of Ramayana, of course the interested people came purchased it directly rather than the press actively marketing it.

What is it about Sri Rama that keeps him evergreen, capturing the attention of people for discussion and worship? It remains a mystery beyond all possible explanation.

Many ideologies have attempted to dismantle Sri Rama and his ideas, but it’s like trying to empty an endless ocean. It’s humanly impossible, and even the devas would never dream of attempting it.

Sri Rama arrives in Ayodhya, whether in the hearts of devotees or the physical land of Ayodhya itself, after a prolonged waiting period, be it his appearance after vanavaas, or for that matter, the 500-year wait for his temple. It signifies a significant period of preparation.

Bharat told Hanumana that upon hearing of Sri Rama’s return to Ayodhya, he fainted for a moment. When he regained consciousness, he ordered a great festivity to welcome Sri Rama back to Ayodhya to rule, knowing well that Sri Rama was already ruling the hearts of all, beyond Ayodhya.

Bharat told Hanumana, “If one keeps living and endeavors to achieve desirable things, then certainly one’s hope becomes reality.”

On the auspicious occasion of Sri Rama Navami, it is the heartfelt wish of each of us that Sri Rama, along with His consort Sita Devi and His entire family, resides not just in our hearts but in the very soul of Bharata Bhumi and beyond, so that Sri Rama may rule and inspire us to pursue tangible actions for dharma.

🙏Jai Sri Rama! Jai Sri Rama Lalla! Jai Sita Rama! Jai Ayodhya Dhama!🙏

– Govinda Das