This is a very great prayer composed by a saint called Budha Koushika. Several verses are simply quoted from other great stotrams. It is believed that recitation of this great prayer would get rid of all the problems created by the nine planets. I meditate on that Ramachandra, whose arms reach up to his thighs, Who carries bow and arrows, who sits in a lotus pose, Who is dressed in yellow cloths, who has eyes like the petals of newly opened lotus flower, Who is always pleasant looking, who is the colour of the black cloud, Whose sight is fixed on the lotus eyes of Sita, sitting on his left thigh, And who shines in various decorations and who has a matted hair around his face. The story of Rama is written in four billions words, But reading even one letter of that, destroys all great sins.
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Lord Shiva came into Budha Kaushika's dream and sung these 38 stanzas to him. One who sincerely recites this stotra and understands it's meaning, Lord Rama protects his mind and prepares it to know the ultimate truth. Chanting of the stotra is recommended as a remedial measure for squabblings, enmity, losses and hurdles. By reciting every individual shlok one can be benefited independently. For example, by reciting "Aaapdaampahartaaram Daataaram Sarvasampadaam" 1 lakhs times one will be able to clear all his debts.
Special public recitation of the stotra is organized during religious festivals, especially during Navaratri celebrations, when continuous recitation takes place from Gudi Padwa till Rama Navami day, the birthday of Lord Rama.
May Rama, Raghu's descendant Rama protect my head. He, without any doubt, is blessed more than the performance of Aswamedha Sacrifice of white horse etc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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