Raam Naam Ke Heere
Shabari stayed alive in anticipation of Lord Rama. She would get up early morning every day and go to the forest to collect the berries to serve Lord Rama, she didn’t know when Rama would come and she would go to the forest and collect berries every day. In that manner she spent many years. One day, Shabari on hearing Lord Rama’s name came running to see him, rishis thought her impure shadow should not touch the Lord and tried to stop her. Shabari prayed to Lord Rama “Please come to my hut Lord, I have decorated it with flowers for you, I have brought sweet berries for you. Please come my Lord”. Rama and Lakshman followed her to her hermitage; she brought them sweet berries in a bowl she had made with the leaves of a tree.
Rama was pleased with the hard work she had gone through to bring him berries. “Lord I have selected only the sweet berries for you, I tasted every berry to make sure I have only brought the sweetest berries, please take it my Lord”. When Rama was about to take a berry Lakshman said “Brother these are half eaten, no good to eat”. Rama took a fruit and ate it, he said to Lakshman “Brother, these berries are so sweet, I have never tasted berries as sweet as Shabari’s berries. Whosoever offers a fruit, a leaf, a flower or water with love, I take it with great joy”. Rama was touched by her love, he saw the leaves she had used to make the bowl and he blessed the tree that the leaves naturally grow to become like bowls. Rama asked her “Ask me anything you wish, I’m pleased by your devotion”. Shabari prayed only for pure devotion to Lord Rama.” Rama blesses her and leaves. After this darshan Shabari’s body life ended and she arrived spiritual world and eternal abode of Sri Rama.
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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