Eka Slokam Ramayana is a 4 lines Sanskrit mantra on the World’s Great Real Life Story Of Sri Rama in Ramayanam.This is written by Maharishi Valmiki who wrote Ramayanam.Prana Kishore a Vedic scholar, composed and sang this mantra in his divine voice. The chorus was also sang by him in 4 different voices and mixed with his main voice.
Eka Slokam Ramayanam -4 Lines Sanskrit Mantra
Poorvam Rama-Tapo-Vanaadi-Gamanam Hatva Mrugam Kaanchanam- RAM
Vaidehee-Haranam Jatayu-Maranam Sugreeva-Sambhashanam-RAM
Balee-Nigrahanam Samudra-Taranam Lankapuri-Dhahanam- RAM
Paschaat Raavana-Kumbhakarna-Hananam Etath Sri Ramayanam- RAM
Eka Slokam Ramayanam-Meaning
Lord Rama went to the forest in order to fulfill the promise his father had given to one of his wife Kaikeyi. In the forest, Sita was attracted by the golden deer and Rama went after it. At that time, the wicked Ravana kidnapped Sita. Jatayu tried to defend Sita and save her, but was killed by Ravana. Lord Rama then befriended Sugriva and killed Vali, the unrighteous. He crossed the ocean and entered the city of Lanka. He then destroyed the city of Lanka, killed the wicked demons Ravana and Kumbhakarna and set Sita free. This is the story contained in the Epic Ramayana
LISTEN TO THE SONG SANG AND COMPOSED BY PRANA KISHORE WITH HEAD PHONES AND LEARN THE 4 LINES AS YOU LISTEN

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Eka Slokam Ramayanam -4 Lines Sanskrit Mantra
Poorvam Rama-Tapo-Vanaadi-Gamanam Hatva Mrugam Kaanchanam- RAM
Vaidehee-Haranam Jatayu-Maranam Sugreeva-Sambhashanam-RAM
Balee-Nigrahanam Samudra-Taranam Lankapuri-Dhahanam- RAM
Paschaat Raavana-Kumbhakarna-Hananam Etath Sri Ramayanam- RAM
Eka Slokam Ramayanam-Meaning
Lord Rama went to the forest in order to fulfill the promise his father had given to one of his wife Kaikeyi. In the forest, Sita was attracted by the golden deer and Rama went after it. At that time, the wicked Ravana kidnapped Sita. Jatayu tried to defend Sita and save her, but was killed by Ravana. Lord Rama then befriended Sugriva and killed Vali, the unrighteous. He crossed the ocean and entered the city of Lanka. He then destroyed the city of Lanka, killed the wicked demons Ravana and Kumbhakarna and set Sita free. This is the story contained in the Epic Ramayana
LISTEN TO THE SONG SANG AND COMPOSED BY PRANA KISHORE WITH HEAD PHONES AND LEARN THE 4 LINES AS YOU LISTEN