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Query from: Parimala, UK, 04/03/09
Topic: POOJA      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: ramadevuni puja and kadha

I want to know about ramadevuni puja and kadha

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Response from: Mrs. Sai Sai,   
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Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.

Prayer to Lord Rama

Raamaaya Raamabhadraaya, Raamachandraaya vedasey

Raghunaathaya naathaya Seethaaya Pathayenamahaa

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Om Sree-ramaya namah Om Rama-bhadraya namah Om Rama-chandraya namah Om Shaswa-taya namah Om Rajiva-lochanaya namah Om Sree-mate namah Om Rajen-draya namah Om Raghu-pungavaya namah Om Jaanaki-valla-bhaya namah Om Jaitraya namah Om Jita-mitraya namah Om Janar-dhanaya namah Om Visva-mitra-priyaya namah Om Dantaaya namah Om Sharana-trana-tatparaya namah Om Vaali-pramadha-naya namah Om Vaag-mene namah Om Satya-vaachine namah Om Satya-vikramaya namah Om Vrata-dharaaya namah Om Sada-hanumada-sritaya namah Om Kousa-leyaya namah Om Khara-dvamsine namah Om Vira-dhavada-panditaya namah Om Vibheeshana-paritranaya namah Om Hari-lodanda-khamdanaya namah Om Sapta-tala-prabettaya namah Om Dasha-greeva-shiro-haraaya namah Om Jaama-dagya-maha-darpa-dalanaaya namah

Om Taata-kanta-kaya namah Om Vedanta-saaraaya namah Om Vedat-maya namah Om Bhava-rogasya-bhesha-jaaya namah Om Dushana-trishiro-hartre namah Om Trimurtaye namah Om Trigunat-makaya namah Om Trivikra-maya namah Om Trilo-katmaya namah Om Punya-charitra-keerta-naaya namah Om Dhanvine namah Om Danda-kaaranya-kartanaya namah Om Punya-charitra-keerta-naaya namah Om Triloka-raksha-kaaya namah

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Eti Sree Rama Astottara Shatanamavali

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Response from: neha jhunjhunwala,   
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Source: http://www.yogausa.com/virtual_puja…
prayer to shri rama

Raamaaya Raamabhadraaya, Raamachandraaya vedasey Raghunaathaya naathaya Seethaaya Pathayenamahaa


Sri Raaghavam Dasharathaatmajamaprameeyam Seeta Patim Raghukulaanvaya Ratna Deepam Aajaanubahum Aravinda Dalaayataksham Ramaam Nishaachara Chamooh Vinasha Karam Namaami

Neelaambuja Shyamala Koomalaangam Seeta Samaaroopita Vaama Bhaagam Paanau Mahaa Saayaka Chaaru Chaape Namaami Raamam Raghu Vamsha Naatham

Lord Raama is the incarnation of Sri Maha Vishnu. He was born as the eldest of the four princes to the king Dasharatha of Ayodhya in Northern India. Sri Maha Lakshmi took birth to be His consort Seeta.

His mission was to kill the ten-headed demon Raavana and to rid the Dandaka forest, south of the Vindhya Mountains, of the demons. Many sages were living in this dense forest to carry on their Yajnas and prayers to gods but the demons would harass them and disturb their peace. Upon requested by His father, Raama willingly exiled Himself to the Dandaka forest and killed all the demons in the forest. Raama is also known for His upholding of Law and Order. The demon Raavana himself was killed by Raama in his own country Lanka, the modern Ceylone. The story of Raama is narrated in the epic Raamaayana by Vaalmiki which is translated in to every language of India.

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Response from: @ KaRtiKa,   
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Source: http://www.hindubooks.org/puja/rama…

Sreeramachandra is one of the most beloved Hindu Gods and is the hero of our great epic, the Ramayana.


First and foremost begin with cleansing, i.e. clean the area where the altar is to be set up. This should face the eastern direction. You and others who will participate in the performance of the Puja should bathe, and wear clean and comfortable clothes. Men may wear kurta/pajama combination, or dhoti/uttareeyam combination with or without a kurta/shirt/jibba etc. If men wearing dhoti decide to wear no upper garment, then a yagnopavita should be worn.


A small bench or a wooden table or a cardboard box covering an area no larger than 36" x 24" and about a 15" to 24" tall is adequate. The size can vary if you wish to arrange more or fewer pictures and/or statues on the surface. Remember that you should be able to see the items on the altar and have easy access to make offerings during the worship.

Place the table (or box) against a wall, cover it with a clean cloth, preferably white, and secure the same by tucking it under so that it won't slip off easily. Tape it if necessary such that the tape is not visible. Now arrange a picture of the god/goddess to be worshipped, preferably at least an 8.5"x 11" size such that it makes about 10 to 15 degrees to the vertical and leaning against the wall.

Prepare one or two lamps with cotton wicks soaking in oil. Place the lamp/s about 6" in front of the picture if it is one lamp, or about 10" apart if two lamps.


Before starting the puja proper, it is essential to contemplate Mahaganapati to assure ourselves that no obstacles interfere with a smooth performance of the puja rituals. Thus, with folded hands chant the following:

Karishyamaanasya karmanaha nirvighnena Parisamaaptyartham

Aadhou mahaaganapati smaranam karishye

So that the ceremonies we are about to undertake proceed to completion without any obstacles we contemplate on Mahagnapati Similarly the gruhadevata, i.e. the family godhead needs to be invoked as He/She is ever present bestowing protection to the family at all times. A picture or deity of the gruhadevata, if availble, should be arranged on the altar. Chant as follows:

Gruha devataam dhyayaami

Dhyaanam samarpayaami

I respectfully contemplate our family Godhead

Finally, it is necessary to pay respect to the family guru (Guru here refers to aachaaryaas such as Adi Shankaracharya, Ramanujaacharya, Madhvacharya) and offer prayer before beginning the ceremony by chanting

Guru brahmaa gururvishnuhu gururdevo maheswararaha

Guru saakshaat parabrahma tasmai sreeguruve namaha

Salutations to the preceptor who is verily Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara And who personifies the Supreme Being.


In order to assure ourselves that any and all evil tendencies are removed from the worship room, we start with a prayer to Shiva whose very invocation is believed to clear out any troubling vibrations.

Om namah pranavaarththaaya shuddha jnaanaika moorthaye

nirmalaaya prashaanthaaya dakshinaa moorthaye namaha

I salute the Lord of the Southern direction who is the very embodiment of the sacred symbol Om and of pure knowledge and eternal peace.

At this point someone familiar with the proper intonations of that powerful bhajan Brahmamuraarisuraarchita lingam, could lead the assembled. Next we need to invoke and invite the sacred rivers to fill the metallic vessel. This water is used to cleanse and offer throughout the worship. Start pouring water from one vessel into the smaller one as you chant

gangecha yamunechaiva godaavari saraswati

narmadaa sindhu kaaveri jalehsmin sannidhim kuru


Now we are ready to invoke Rama and offer Upachaaraas (reception with reverence). With folded hands focus on the picture of the deity as you chant the following:

Om Sree Seeta Lakshmana Bharata Shatruggna Hanumatsameta Sri Ramachandra Parabramhane Namaha

I offer my salutations to the Supreme Being Sree Ramachandra in the company of Sita, Lakshmana, Bharata, Shatruggna and Hanumaan

Now offer a few grains of akshata with your right hand such that the grains fall on the picture gently as you chant:

Om Sree Seeta Lakshmana Bharata Shatruggna Hanumatsameta SriRaamachandra Parabramhane Namaha

aavaahanam samarpayaami

I offer an invocation to you

Offer akshata as before such that the grains fall on the altar as you chant:

Om Sree Seeta Lakshmana Bharata Shatruggna Hanumatsameta SriRaamachandra Parabramhane Namaha

aasanam samarpayaami


Now stand up and do a Pradakshina (circumambulation) three times turning to your right.

Om Sree Seeta Lakshmana Bharata Shatruggna Hanumatsameta SriRaamachandra Parabramhane Namaha

yaanikaanicha paapaani janmaantara kritaani cha

taani taani vinashyanti pradakshinam pade pade

Whatever sins I have committed in all my lives

May all of them be absolved as I circumambulate in thy worship.


Now the Puja can be completed with an aarati. Om jayajagadeeshahare is recommended.

If ashtothhara is to be chanted then the aarati follows that. After the aarati is complete, take it around so that the devotees can receive the blessing by reverentially cupping their hands downwards and receiving the warmth of the flame and touching their eyes with the cupped hands inwards. The prasaad can now be distributed and enjoyed after the shanti mantra chant:

Om sahanaa vavatu

sahanau bhunaktu

sahaveeryam karavaavahai

tejaswinaa vadheetamastu

maa vid vishaa vahai

om shaanthih, shaanthih, shaanthihi

May Brahman protect us

may we dine together

let us work together with great energy

let us illumine together

let us live in harmony

peace, peace, peace!

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Response from: dowluru harini,   
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ramadevuni pooja is done for 5 thursdays and 5 sundays there will be a story for this pooja this book is available in books shops.you should do ravva ladu for prasadam it should be done with cow milk only.you should use god rama's pattabhisekam photo for this pooja.after completing the pooja you should take some prasadam and give some prasadam for your neighobours also.

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Response from: sri sri,   
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Go through this website to find lot of infomation on ramadevuni pooja.. http://vedabooks.com/vedabooksUSA/c…;jsessionid=8BBC88FBFC2E2C31C7E20EC8CB3B47A5.jvm1

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Response from: usha gurnani,   
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Do you mean ramadevi pooja? Pls. clarify. Tks.

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