Ramnaam Book and its importance

The Ramnaam book, which comprises 220 pages, provides all a golden opportunity to write as well as recite the name of God and name of Sadguru. Ramnaam is to be written on the first 108 pages of this book which is followed by 28 pages each of “Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram”, “Krishna”, “Dattaguru” and “Jai Jai Aniruddha Hari”. Every name on every page of the Ramnaam book is written on the watermark of Shree Hanuman, the torchbearer on the path of ‘Bhakti’ and a server of Shree Ram.

Writing Ramnaam inside the outline of Shree Hanuman carries special importance. When the army of ‘Vanaras’ was to build a strong bridge from Rameshwaram to Lanka to bring back Seetamai, the architects among them, Nal and Neel, began with the construction of it. They had received education in architecture under Rishi Bhouma, who was the greatest of the teachers of the subject then. At that time, Shree Hanuman, realizing the enormity and rarity of the work, began writing the Ramnaam on each and every stone, which was used in the construction with his own hands. Because of the ‘Ramnaam’ inscribed on every stone, the massive and lifeless rocks and stones did not submerge in water, but floated instead, and lead to the formation of the bridge. Shraddhavans firmly believe that when they write the Ramnaam book, Shree Hanuman very easily builds bridges in their paths across multiple births.

Explaining the importance of the Ramnaam Bank, Sadguru Shree Aniruddha says, “Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam” is a highway for chanting God’s name, which leads even a common Shraddhavan on the path of a happy life and provides him with firm support.”

Sadguru Shree Aniruddha released the Ramnaam book for all Shraddhavans stemming from his solicitude as he wants them to gain merits from writing and chanting of the holy mantras.

The five mantras in the Ramnaam book are lively and succulent. Hanuman is immortal and chants Ramnaam eternally. Every time one chants Ramnaam, it mingles with the chanting of Ramnaam by Shree Hanuman. In short, Shraddhavans never feel alone when they write the Ramnaam book, but rather feel connected with the one – Shree Hanuman, who chants Ramnaam eternally. This is a very important aspect of writing the Ramnaam book.

We can also write this book for someone else on special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or also for their happiness and well-being and deposit it, dedicated to them. The Ramnaam book is designed in such a way that it endows merit on both the writer and the person for whom the book is written. Shraddhavans also believe that writing the Ramnaam book for a deceased person is a course to divine grace for the departed.

While writing Ramnaam book, the person writing it naturally performs one of the nine forms of ‘Navavidha Bhakti’, the “Shravan Bhakti” (listening) as while writing, the mantras are not only read but are also pronounced and thus listened. Therefore, Ramnaam book is a pure and sacred way of worship and meditation.

Ramnaam Book – Jap Count

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Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram
Jai Jai Aniruddha Hari

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