Japman Raam Raam
Great rejoicings and festivities followed the return of Sri Rama to Ayodhya and his crowning as the King. Lord Rama distributed gifts to all the monkeys who had served as warriors in his army. Sri Rama noticed his fervent devotee, Hanumanji and asked: “O mighty hero! How should I compensate you for all you have done for me and my family?” “I desire nothing, Prabhu!” Then, Maa Sita removed a valuable necklace of pearls from her neck and offered it to the humble Sri Hanuman.
Sri Hanuman received the necklace with great respect but began to break the pearls with his teeth. Sita asked Hanuman, “O mighty Hero! What are you doing? Why did you break the pearls?” Sri Hanuman said, “O venerable Mother! It is the most valuable necklace, indeed, as it has come to me through the holy hand. But I want to find out whether any of the pearls contains my beloved Lord Rama but I do not find him in any of the pearls.” At this, one of the assembly members ironically remarked,”You are wearing your body. You are carrying it about with you. Prove to us that you have the name in it.” Hanuman laughed aloud; he said, “I shall prove, See!” Sri Hanuman then tore his chest open with his mighty hands and Lord Sri Rama and Maa Sita were seated in his heart! Lord Rama came down the throne and embraced Hanuman and blessed him. He asked him, “Hanuman! What can I offer you on this occasion? I have no gift worthy to be given to you. I am giving you myself as my gift to you.”
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
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