Rama Nama Japam for coronavirus by Sri Sarma Sastrigal


Sri Sarma Sastrigal is proposing a 5-minute Rama Nama Japam on Apr 2, 2020 from 9 am to 9.05 AM IST for Loka kshemam.

Please join this cause.

Ram Ram!



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  1. This is an excellent suggestion. In fact we should do such an exercise more often. regularly.

    For the last 2000 years, Christianity has been spreading to all corners of the globe. And whatever the denomination, organized Christianity indulges in CONGREGATIONAL PRAYER.-ie people gather at Churches and pray TOGETHER. So, Christians have become strong and spread in/to many countries

    Similarly, Muslims of all denominations gather in their Mosques and pray together. They all say the same Namaz. They have also been spreading all over the world, and they have conquered every land which they entered. This has been happening for the last 1500 years.

    But look at HIndus. We have been losing and shrinking. The Original India has shrunk. Even after Independence, Hindus have not gained their rightful place but in the name of secularism, they are relegated to second class level. Even their temples are not free.
    No doubt Hindus go to temples, but they do not follow congregational worship. In North India, most temples follow the practice of Aarti in which all people join. But in the South, in all the magnificent temples, the worship is individual and people do not join together in a common prayer. In fact, Hindus lack a common prayer. It is not surprising therefore that Hindus have been steadily losing and shrinking. Hindus cannot assert themselves as a community.
    In the circumstances, it would be wonderful if all Hindus can join together at a fixed time for a common prayer from wherever they are. Prayer transcends all physical barriers of space and would unite us strongly, invoking spiritual and occult powers.

    This is therefore a wonderful suggestion for a common prayer on 2nd April.

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