॥ श्रीरामस्तुती ( तुलसीदास ) ॥

॥ अथ श्रीरामस्तुति ॥ Encoded and proofread by Girish Beeharry (gkb at ast.cam.ac.uk) श्रीरामचन्द्र कृपालु भजु मन हरण भवभय दारुणम् । नवकञ्ज लोचन कञ्ज मुखकर कञ्जपद कञ्जरुणम् ॥ १॥ कंदर्प अगणित अमित छबि नव नील नीरज सुन्दरम् । पटपीत पानहुँ तड़ित रुचि सुचि नौमि जनक सुतावरम् ॥ २॥ भजु दीन बन्धु दिनेश दानव दैत्यवंशनिकन्दनम् । रघुनन्द आनंदकंद कोशल चन्द दशरथ नन्दनम् ॥ ३॥ सिरक्रीट कुण्डल तिलक चारु उदार अङ्ग विभूषणम् । आजानुभुज सर चापधर सङ्ग्राम जित खरदूषणम् ॥ ४॥ इति वदति तुलसीदास शङ्कर शेष मुनि मनरञ्जनम् । मम हृदयकञ्ज निवास कुरु कामादिखलदलमञ्जनम् ॥ ५॥ मन जाहि राचो मिलहि सोवर सहजसुन्दर सांवरो । करुणानिधान सुजान शील सनेह जानत रावरो । ६॥ एहि भाँति गौरि अशीस सुनि सिय सहित हिय हर्षित अली । तुलसी भवानिहिं पूजि पुनि पुनि मुदित मन मन्दिर चली ॥ ७॥ जानि गौरि अनुकूल सिय हिय हर्षनः जात कहि । मञ्जुल मङ्गल मूल वाम अङ्ग परकन लगे ॥ सियावर रामचन्द्र पद गहि रहुँ । उमावर शम्भुनाथ पद गहि रहुँ । महाविर बजरँगी पद गहि रहुँ । शरणा गतो हरि ॥ This is written in Hindi(Awadi rather, the language of Ayodhya and of the rAmacharitmAnasa). 1) The stuti itself is simple . The 1st part of each half-verse is sung with the pitch going up [ :-) ] . The 2nd part is rather toned down . Until someone comes up with a good idea on how to convey the pitch. The spacing has been increased at the pauses.(It is possible that each shloka is 12 - - 10 - - -/ 12 - - 10/- - - - ) 2) The last 4 lines are repeated during rAmacharitamAnasa chanting.

% Text title            : rAmastuti (tulasIdAsa)
% File name             : rAmastuti.itx
% itxtitle              : rAmastutiH (tulasIdAsakRitA)
% engtitle              : rAmastuti (tulasIdAsa)
% Category              : raama, stotra
% Location              : doc_raama
% Sublocation           : raama
% Texttype              : stotra
% Language              : Sanskrit
% Subject               : philosophy/hinduism/religion
% Transliterated by     : Girish Beeharry
% Proofread by          : Girish Beeharry
% Latest update         : November 1, 2010
% Send corrections to   : Sanskrit@cheerful.com
% Site access           : http://sanskritdocuments.org
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