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Rama Bhakti:

Sri Rama Devi Sita
Stotras of Sri Rama:

Lokabhi Ramam Ranarangadhiram
- लोकाभिरामं रणरङ्गधीरं राजीवनेत्रं रघुवंशनाथम्
Mata Ramo Matpita Ramachandrah
- माता रामो मत्पिता रामचन्द्रः
Nama Ramayanam
- नामरामायणम् - शुद्धब्रह्मपरात्पर राम् कालात्मकपरमेश्वर राम्
Rama Rama Rameti
- राम राम रामेति रमे रामे मनोरमे
Ramo Rajamani Sada Vijayate
- रामो राजमणिः सदा विजयते
Sri Ram Jaya Ram Japa
- श्री राम जय राम जय जय राम



Stotras of Devi Sita:

Janaki Stutih
- श्रीजानकीस्तुतिः - जानकि त्वां नमस्यामि सर्वपापप्रणाशिनीम्


Deeds of Sri Rama:

Deeds of Sri Rama


Scriptures of Sri Rama:

Valmiki Ramayana
• Ramcharitmanas


Devotees of Sri Rama:

Sri Ram Bhakta Hanuman Sri Sabari
Goswami Tulsidas Sri Bhadrachalam Ramadasu

From Puranas:
• Guha
• Sabari
• Hanuman
• Sugriva
• Angad
• Jatayu
• Bibhisana

Saints:
• Tulsidas
• Ramadasu


Pilgrimages of Sri Rama:

Pilgrimages of Sri Rama


Festivals of Sri Rama:

Festivals of Sri Rama
Rama Navami (Chaitra Shukla Paksha Navami)
Sita Navami (Vaishakha Shukla Paksha Navami)


Nature associated with Sri Rama:

Trees, Flowers and Fruits: Trees, Flowers and Fruits associated with Sri Rama

Mountains: Mountains associated with Sri Rama
- चित्रकूट (Chitrakoota mountain): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile. He visited the hermitages of sages Valmiki and Atri there (Valmiki Ramayana - Ayodhya Kanda - 55 to 56, 94 to 95, 99 to 113, 117 to 119).
- ऋश्यमूक (Rishyamuka mountain): Where Sri Rama met Sugreeva and entered into a bond of friendship with him. He saw the Saptajana Ashrama in that region. He also killed Vali in the nearby region of Kishkindha (Valmiki Ramayana - Kishkindha Kanda - 4 to 22).
- प्रस्रवण (Prasavana mountain): Where Sri Rama spent the rainy reason while staying at Kishkindha (Valmiki Ramayana - Kishkindha Kanda - 27 to 30).
- सुवेल (Suvela mountain): Where Sri Rama camped during his stay in Lanka. Sri Rama fought the battle with Ravana during that time and finally killed Ravana (Valmiki Ramayana - Yuddha Kanda - 31).

Forests: Forests associated with Sri Rama
- ताटक (Tataka forest): Where Sri Rama visited with sage Vishwamitra and killed demoness Tataka. He also received divine weapons from sage Vishwamitra in that place (Valmiki Ramayana - Bala Kanda - 24 to 27).
- चित्रकूट (Chitrakoota mountain-forest) (Trees of Chitrakoota): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile. He visited the hermitages of sages Valmiki and Atri at Chitrakoota (Valmiki Ramayana - Ayodhya Kanda - 55 to 56, 94 to 95, 99 to 113, 117 to 119).
- दण्डकारण्य (Dandakaranya forest): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile. He encountered demon Viradha there; visited the hermitages of sages Sharabhanga, Suteekshna and Agastya; received divine weapons from sage Agastya; and finally met Jatayu there (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 1 to 14).
- पञ्चवटी (Panchavati forest) (Dandakaranya outskirts) (Trees of Panchavati): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile; ran after the golden deer; encountered Surpanakha; and killed demons Mareecha, Khara and Dushana; finally searched for Devi Sita (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 14 to 17, 43 to 44, 57 to 63).
- जनस्थान (Janasthana forest): Where Sri Rama searched for Devi Sita during his forest exile and performed the funeral rites of Jatayu (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 64 to 68).
- क्रौंच (Krauncha forest): Where Sri Rama searched for Devi Sita during the forest exile (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 69).
- कबंध (Kabandha forest): Where Sri Rama searched for Devi Sita during the forest exile and encountered demon Kabandha (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 69 to 72).
- पंपा (Pampa Sarovar forested region) (Trees of Pampa Sarovar): Where Sri Rama searched for Devi Sita during the forest exile; met Shabari at Matanga Ashrama; and finally met Hanuman (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 74,75 to Valmiki Ramayana - Kishkindha Kanda - 1).

Rivers: Rivers associated with Sri Rama
- सरयू (River Sarayu): River Sarayu flowed through the kingdom of Ayodhya; Sri Rama received the Bala and Atibala mantras from sage Vishwamitra on the bank of river Sarayu (Valmiki Ramayana - Bala Kanda - 22).
- Confluence of rivers Ganga and Sarayu at Anga: Where Sri Rama visited with sage Vishwamitra and heard the story of Lord Shiva burning Kamadeva in that place (Valmiki Ramayana - Bala Kanda - 23).
- शोणा (River Sona at Girivraja): Where Sri Rama camped with sage Vishwamitra and heard the story of the lineage of Vishwamitra (Valmiki Ramayana - Bala Kanda - 31 to 34).
- गङ्गा (River Ganga): Where Sri Rama camped with sage Vishwamitra and heard the story of the descent of river Ganga (Valmiki Ramayana - Bala Kanda - 35 to 44).
- गङ्गा (River Ganga at Sringaverapura): Where Sri Rama camped during his forest exile and met Guha (Valmiki Ramayana - Ayodhya Kanda - 50 to 51).
- Confluence of rivers Ganga and Yamuna at Prayaga: Where Sri Rama visited during his forest exile and stayed in the hermitage of sage Bharadwaja for one night (Valmiki Ramayana - Ayodhya Kanda - 54 to 55).
- मन्दाकिनी (River Mandakini at Chitrakoota): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile; and one day described the beauty of river Mandakini to Devi Sita (Valmiki Ramayana - Ayodhya Kanda - 94 to 95).
- गोदावरी (River Godavari at Panchavati): Where Sri Rama stayed during his forest exile (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 14 to 16).
- पंपा (Pampa Sarovar): Where Sri Rama viisted during his forest exile; described its beauty; met Sabari and Hanuman there (Pampa Sarovar is not a river but a lake) (Valmiki Ramayana - Aranya Kanda - 75 to Kishkindha Kanda - 2)





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