Prana Kishore sang and composed this song specially for Ayodhya Sri Rama Temple
Prana Kishore new album Pebhare Rama Rasam Chalo Ayodhya was released for Sri Rama Namvami.Official worldwide Audio release was on 10th April 20 in I Tunes,Amazon,Google Music,Spotify and over 100 distributers.This is the official Video for the album.Prana Kishore NextGen Music Composer changed his music style from this album to appeal to the Nextgen retaining the clear pronunciation of Sanskrit for any one to listen,learn and sing.He will release karaoke version by end of 2020 for you to sing to his original music.Prana Kishore Composed, sang this song including chorus in 6 different voice.This is first time a devotional song has been recorded and released in 8D HD.
Sri Sadasiva Brahmendra praise for Sri Rama is very devoted
The essence of this song is how by singing Sri Ramas name you will keep distance from the sins and you will live a full-filled life .It will also help you to remove the fear and grief of the cycle of birth and death.Sri Ramas name is a sweet rasam and by chanting the name,it will protect not only you but the whole universe.Prana Kishore composed the song in fusion style to appeal to the nextgeneration.He added a twist to the original song by adding lyrics on Ayodhya,birth place of Sri Rama we should all visit and get blessed
Karaoke version is there in karaoke section here

Lyrics

Pibhare Raama Rasam, Rasane Pibare Raama Rasam Rasane
Pibhare Raama Rasam, Rasane Pibare Raama Rasam Rasane
Raama Rasam

1 Janana Marana Bhaya Shoka Vidhuuram,
Sakala Shastra Niga Maagama Saaram -2
Pibhare Raama Rasam, Rasane Pibare Raama Rasam Rasane
Raama Rasam

2 Shudha Parama Hamsa Ashrama Githam,
Shukaa Shaunaka Kaushika Mukha Piitham
Pibhare Raama Rasam, Rasane Pibare Raama Rasam Rasane
Raama Rasam
3 Sri Rama Janma Bhumi Ayodhya
Raama Naama Rasam, Rama Naama Rasam
Sri Rama Janma Bhumi Ayodhya
Raama Naama Rasam, Raama Naama Rasam
Pibhare Raama Rasam, Rasane Pibare Raama Rasam Rasane
Raama Rasam
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