Ramakoti - Tamil | Giri Publications/ Sri Rama Jayam/ Raamakoti/ Ramar Devotees

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The term "Raamakoti" usually refers to the ritualistic recitation of the name of Lord Rama, the seventh manifestation of Lord Vishnu, with the aim of attaining a predetermined count, frequently expressed in millions or crores (tens of millions). It is a devotional ritual that many Lord Rama devotees follow. Raamakoti is the practise of repeatedly repeating or chanting the name of Lord Rama, such as "Sri Rama Jaya Rama Jaya Rama" or "Rama," with dedication and concentration. This ceremony is performed in order to invite Lord Rama's blessings, feel his presence, and elevate one's spiritual state. Until they attain their target count, devotees frequently engage in the Raamakoti practise for lengthy periods of time, sometimes spanning several years. This routine is seen as a type of meditation and devotion that aids in the cultivation of inner serenity, fortitude, and divine grace, as well as a closer relationship with Lord Rama. It's vital to keep in mind that the term "Raamakoti" can also refer to particular devotional publications or recordings that feature the name of Lord Rama and are intended to help devotees with their recitation practise and assist proper repetition counting. These sources frequently offer advice, songs, and further details about Lord Rama and his divine attributes.