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Lalita Guna

“The name, pastimes, form, clothing and ornaments of Shri Rama are all very charming and beautiful. Together with His brothers the children are playing.” (Dohavali, 120)

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The Charitra Mala

“The loveable son of the king of Koshala, Dasharatha, in the beautiful royal courtyard is crawling on His hands in the childhood form, moving in such a way with His activities are like a garland of every good quality and auspiciousness.” (Dohavali, 119)

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Bala Vinoda

“Every day in Ayodhya there is a celebration happening, as renewing auspiciousness brings so much happiness. The mother, the father and the people are so happy seeing the childhood play of Shri Rama.” (Dohavali, 118)

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“In the childhood form, wearing nice jewelry and clothing, He plays in the dirt and His limbs become full of dust. With child-like speech, Rama plays with all the brothers and children.” (Dohavali, 117)

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“The one who is pure, having an eternal form of bliss and knowledge, who is the standard bearer of the solar dynasty - Shri Rama performed amazing activities in a human form, celebrating which creates a bridge to easily cross over the ocean of birth and death.” (Dohavali, 116)

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Miscreants To Annihilate

“Hiranyaksha and his brother, Madhu and the very strong Kaitabha - the one who slayed them, Bhagavan, the ocean of mercy, has descended as an avatara.” (Dohavali, 115) 

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“Whose knowledge, speech, perception, qualities and mind are beyond illusion, the unborn one, that same Bhagavan, who is like a sach-chid-ananda cloud, out of His kindness performed activities in the form of a man.” (Dohavali, 114) 

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Sometimes Ordinary

“For the benefit of the devotees, the Supreme Lord, Shri Rama, took the body of a king. He performed the most amazing activities in a manifest form, like an ordinary man.” (Dohavali, 113)

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Baradayaka

“The great devotee in the monkey form carried out his duty, giving everything of himself, and the Lord became so grateful that He, the one who gives boons, stood before Hanuman with folded hands asking for a boon.” (Dohavali, 112)

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Jiya Jana

“Tulsi says that Shri Rama loves His devotee more than His own life. King Rama becomes so much indebted, and the devotee becomes so rich, like Hanuman.” (Dohavali, 111) 

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