śrī rāma rāma rāmeti rame rāme manorame |
sahasranāma tat tulyaṃ rāmanāma varānane ||
Repeatedly chanting 'Shri Ram Ram Ram', I find happiness in Lord Ram who is vital and attractive with beauty, pleases my heart and whose name is a blessing. His name is equal to one thousand names of Lord Vishnu.
Sri Rama Rama Rameti
The name "Sri Rama Rama Rameti"...
Rame Rame Manorame
...is as charming as the blissful delight found in the enchanting realm of Rama...
...and is equal to the thousand names (sahasranama) of the divine Lord.
Rama Namah Varanane
O Beautiful One, I bow to the name "Rama."
The verse praises and extols the divine name of Lord Rama by highlighting its profound significance. It conveys that the repetition of the sacred name "Sri Rama Rama Rameti" holds the same beauty and charm as the most delightful and enchanting experiences in the world. The verse further emphasizes that this divine name is as powerful and sacred as reciting the thousand names of the Lord, known as "sahasranama."
The phrase "Rama Namah Varanane" signifies the act of bowing in reverence to the name "Rama." It expresses deep devotion and adoration for the name that encapsulates the essence of Lord Rama's divine qualities and virtues. The verse conveys the idea that by uttering the name "Rama" with devotion, one can attain spiritual elevation and connect with the divine presence of Lord Rama himself.
In essence, the verse celebrates the profound significance and divine potency of the name "Rama," encouraging devotees to chant it with reverence and devotion to experience its transformative power and spiritual blessings.