Tulsidas Rama Hanuman Chalisa-Hanuman Chalisa with 108 Names Of Sri Rama both in one song for First Time-Prana Kishore For Tulsidas Jayanthi 29th July 2017

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Prana Kishore now started focusing on the writers of the greatest Epics and most powerful devotional songs known for over 5000 years in India.He started with VedaVyasa now Tulsidas and next will be Sage Valmiki and more.Prana Kishore noticed that in the market you either have Sri Hanuman Songs or Sri Rama Songs.Sri Rama and Sri Hanuman were commercially separated due to various reasons known to singers or producers of albums.Sri Hanuman being a ardent devotee of Sri Rama and Sri Rama’s love for Sri Hanuman is endless,Prana Kishore thought it is time we unite them both in one beautiful devotional song.

This is this album “Tulsidas Sri Rama Hanuman Chalisa -Hanuman Chalisa with 108 Names of Sri Rama” both in one song for 22.22 minutes mixed with real sounds of Ganga,Birds,Temple Bells as music therapy for the NextGen to remove their stress and regain their belief on God

For those of you who perform 21 day Hanuman puja which ends with Panchamrutha Abhishekam that puja will take 22 minutes same as this song.You can play this song in your car or listen daily to invoke the Hanuman and Rama Within you Making your wishes to come true in 21 days.


Highlights of Sri Tulsidas

Sri Tulsidas Jayanthi 29th July 2017

Year of birth of Tulsidas though the year 1497 appears in most current-day biographies.

Died due to illness in the Shraavan (July–August) month of the year 1623 CE.

Tulsidas was believed to be reincarnation of the saint Valmiki who was the composer of the original ‘Ramayana’

He did not cry at the time of his birth but uttered the word “Rama” instead because of which he was named “Rambola”.

narrated the ‘Ramayana’ to the young boy several times and before long Tulsidas became an ardent devotee of god Rama.

Tulsidas was a prolific writer and composed several works. Modern scholars attest that he wrote at least six major works and six minor works, the best known of which is the ‘Ramcharitmanas’. The other works include ‘Ramlala Nahachhu’, ‘Barvai Ramayan’, ‘Parvati Mangal’, ‘Dohavali’, ‘Vairagya Sandipani’ and ‘Vinaya Patrika’. The devotional hymn, ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ is also attributed to him.

Tulsidas had hinted in many of his works that he had a face to face meeting with Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Rama. He also founded the Sankatmochan Temple dedicated to Hanuman in Varanasi, which is believed to stand at the place where he had the sight of Hanuman.

According to Tulsidas, Hanuman blessed him and enabled him to achieve a darshan (vision) of Lord Rama. The poet in the ‘Ramcharitmanas’ also mentioned about having the visions of Shiva and Parvati in both dream and awakened states.



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Tulsidas was a Hindu poet-saint counted amongst the greatest poets in Hindi, Indian, and world literature. He was renowned for his devotion to Lord Rama and is best known as the author of the epic ‘Ramcharitmanas’, a retelling of the Sanskrit ‘Ramayana’ based on Rama’s life in the vernacular Awadhi. He is also considered to be the composer of the ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ in praise of Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Rama. Tulsidas was believed to be reincarnation of the saint Valmiki who was the composer of the original ‘Ramayana’. A prolific writer and the composer of numerous popular works, Tulsidas, however, gave only a few facts about his own life in his works. Whatever is known about him is primarily known from the ‘Bhaktamal’ composed by his contemporary Nabhadas, and a commentary on ‘Bhaktamal’ titled ‘Bhaktirasbodhini’ composed by Priyadas. There are many legends surrounding the birth and early life of Tulsidas and he is believed to have met Hanuman, and through his grace, had a vision of Lord Rama. The Sankatmochan Temple dedicated to Hanuman in Varanasi is said to stand at the place where he had the sight of Hanuman. Tulsidas was a much acclaimed poet and the impact of his works continues to reflect in the art, culture and society in India.

  • Among biographers regarding the year of birth of Tulsidas though the year 1497 appears in most current-day biographies.
  • His parents were Hulsi and Atmaram Dubey. Several sources claim that Tulsidas was a Saryupareen Brahmin of the Parashar Gotra (lineage) while others state that he was a Kanyakubja or Sanadhya Brahmin. He is believed to have been born in Rajapur (Chitrakoot).
  • There are several legends surrounding his birth. It is said that he was in his mother’s womb for 12 months and was born with 32 teeth in his mouth. He did not cry at the time of his birth but uttered the word “Rama” instead because of which he was named “Rambola”.
  • He was born at an inauspicious time according to astrologers and therefore his parents abandoned him when he was a small baby. His mother’s servant Chuniya took the child with her and raised him for five and a half years after which she died.
  • Left all alone, Rambola was then adopted by Narharidas, a Vaishnava ascetic of Ramananda’s monastic order, who renamed him Tulsidas. Narharidas narrated the ‘Ramayana’ to the young boy several times and before long Tulsidas became an ardent devotee of god Rama.
  • He then went to Varanasi where he studied Sanskrit grammar, four Vedas, six Vedangas, Jyotisha and the six schools of Hindu philosophy from Guru Shesha Sanatana, a renowned scholar on literature and philosophy. His studies continued for 15-16 years following which he returned to Rajapur.

later years

  • According to some sources, he got married as a young man and was passionately devoted to his wife. He was so attached to her that he could not live without her for even a single day. One day his wife went to her father’s house when Tulsidas was outside. Not finding her at home on his return, he became distressed and swam across the Yamuna River in the night to meet his wife.
  • His wife was upset by his behavior and remarked that if Tulsidas was even half as devoted to God as he was attached to her, he would have been redeemed. Her words struck his heart and he renounced family life immediately and became an ascetic.
  • He then travelled across India, meeting saints and meditating. He is believed to have visited Badrinath, Dwarka, Puri, Rameshwaram, and the Himalayas among others though he spent most of his time at Varanasi, Prayag, Ayodhya, and Chitrakoot.
  • Tulsidas was a prolific writer and composed several works. Modern scholars attest that he wrote at least six major works and six minor works, the best known of which is the ‘Ramcharitmanas’. The other works include ‘Ramlala Nahachhu’, ‘Barvai Ramayan’, ‘Parvati Mangal’, ‘Dohavali’, ‘Vairagya Sandipani’ and ‘Vinaya Patrika’. The devotional hymn, ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ is also attributed to him.
  • Tulsidas had hinted in many of his works that he had a face to face meeting with Hanuman, an ardent devotee of Rama. He also founded the Sankatmochan Temple dedicated to Hanuman in Varanasi, which is believed to stand at the place where he had the sight of Hanuman.
  • According to Tulsidas, Hanuman blessed him and enabled him to achieve a darshan (vision) of Lord Rama. The poet in the ‘Ramcharitmanas’ also mentioned about having the visions of Shiva and Parvati in both dream and awakened states.


Tulsidas’ best known work is the ‘Ramcharitmanas’, an epic poem in Awadhi dialect of Hindi which consists of seven parts or Kāndas. Considered a retelling of the Valmiki Ramayana, the text is credited to have made available the story of Rama to the common masses in a language they could understand easily as opposed to the Sanskrit versions which only scholars could understand. The ‘Ramcharitmanas’ is considered a masterpiece of vernacular renaissance and it is believed to represent a challenge to the dominance of high-class Brahmanical Sanskrit.

personal life

  • Some sources state that he was married to Ratnavali, the daughter of Dinbandhu Pathak, a Brahmin of the Bharadwaja Gotra. They had a son named Tarak who died as a toddler. Once deeply attached to his wife, he renounced family life to become an ascetic.
  • However some other historians maintain that Tulsidas was a bachelor and a Sadhu from childhood.
  • Tulsidas suffered from ill health during his later years and died in the Shraavan (July–August) month of the year 1623 CE. Historians have differing opinions regarding the exact date of his death.

The Video shows the Temple of Naganallur Hanuman Temple Near Chennai in Tamin Nadu India

The Anjaneya Temple at Nanganallur, Chennai is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Hanuman. The principal idol of Hanuman is 32 feet tall and sculpted from a single piece of granite, which the second tallest Hanuman after Panchavatee near Puducherry. The idol was installed in 1989 and consecrated in 1995.
Sri Maruti Bhakta samajan trust, consisting of people with high spiritual beliefs, wished for this temple. with the blessings of Sri Ragavendra Swami and Sri Kanchi Paramacharyar entrenched the 32 foot idol of Sri Anjaneyar in 1989 and consummated the Kumbabishekam in 1995. The distinguished factor of the 32 feet idol is that it was molded out of a single rock.
The main shrine houses Anjaneya inside a Temple Tower 90 feet tall. Anjaneya is facing West, and is at eastern side of the temple and the main entrance is on the West. There is an auxiliary entrance on the southern side used during temple festivals. The main Temple building has path-ways all around the sanctum sanctorum and also a large covered space (Mandapam) for devotees to assemble in front of the Lord for offering worship. On the North-West corner, a full-fledged Sannidhi for Sri Rama has been built and here He has taken abode with Seetha and Lakshmana with Anjaneya in attendance. The Gods are facing East. Rama’s role as the protector and ruler is signified here as Rama is seen carrying his bow, hence the name “Kothanda Rama” for the Lord here. On the South-West, a Sannidhi for Lord Krishna with Rukmani and Satyabhama, all facing East has been built. Even though a Sannidhi for Lord Rama is normally built in Anjaneya temple, rarely a Sannidhi for Lord Krishna is built. Here in our Temple, Krishna Sannidhi is built to remind the devotees that among the Gods it was only Anjaneya who was present in both the Indian epics. In Ramayana, as a direct disciple of Rama and in Mahabaratha, in the flag of Arjuna’s Chariot as ordained by Lord Krishna to save it from destruction by the opponents. In the North-East part of the Temple, on a small platform, “Vinayaka” is housed facing East and to his left on a yet another platform ‘Naga’ has been installed. Saint Raghavendra has taken His abode facing Lord Krishna.

Please join me in dedicating this Sri Rama Hanuman Chalisa to Sri Tulsidas on his birthday (Jayanthi) on 29th July 2017 and thank him for his work since this one song alone changed  and is still changing the lives of millions just by listening to it even after so many years.May this give the power to our NextGen to become role models like Sri Rama and Strong, friendly and helpful like Sri Hanuman.

Om Shri Rama Hanuman Raksha

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How To Write Sri Rama Jayam or Jai Sri Ram (Rama Koti) To Solve Your Problems in 21 days-Prana Kishore

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Sri Rama and Sri Krishna are the worlds two sweetest and powerful names when you say the word in any language, when you sing the word they become even more melodious to hear.I noticed this personally during music composing and same does not happen with any other word or name.

Kaliyuga Present time running now is bound to have many problems in every body’s life and around the world in general. There are problems in our life which are beyond our strength to solve them. But then what is the solution to such problems?Prana Kishore discovered that for over 5000 years people in India have been using Nama Japam repeating Gods name and Likitha Japam writing the Gods name as a powerful tool to control our mind to take positive decisions and use the power of the Gods name itself to solve our problems. LISTEN WITH HEAD PHONES

How To Write Sri Rama Jayam Presentation no kids 3000

What is the name of the God we should write? there are so many questions.

What is the name of the God we should write?

How do we write? where do we write? when and why?

what is the goal to write?

Rama Koti means writing name of Sri Rama Jayam 1 crore times? Is this really possible? How many years does it take ?

Is there a step by step plan to write 1 crore Sri Rama jayam?

In the battle between Sri Rama and Sri Hanuman who won?

Why is it that Rishi Valmiki,Tulsidas, have all used this technique?

Did Mahatma Gandhi Use this as a tool to think strategies to win over the British to get freedom to India?

Is it true that Sri Rama,Lakshman,Sita and Hanuman came to Sri Thyagaraja home to give him darshan because he wrote Sri Rama Jayam 96 crore times?

Why is there a myth that Sri Rama Jayam must be written only by old people? is it because we have seen only old people writing it?

The real life story of Sri Rahul Ranjith( 9yrs )and Shriyaa Ranjit (3yrs) how they started taking interest in Sri Hanuman from child hood and how they both paint Sri Rama and Sri Hanuman pictures.Rahul started writing Jai Shree Ram at 9 years and finds it of great help to focus and concentrate and do well in his studies.Sri Rahul Ranjith and Shriyaa Ranjith are the children of Sri Ranjith G R and Smt Sree Devi S.

All the above questions have been answered in an interactive presentation video How to Write Sri Rama Jayam or Jai Sri Ram To Solve Your problems in 21 days

Video has evidence to prove that writing Sri Rama Jayam or Jai Sri Ram will solve your problems in your life and make all your wishes come true.



Sri Rahul and Shriyaa paintings and Sri Rahul writing Sri Rama Jayam have broken the myth that Sri Rama Jayam must be written only at old age.The 3 Powerful words Sri Rama Jayam has helped and is helping millions for last 5000 years in india.Iam personally grateful that our next generation Heros Sri Rahul and Shriyaa have taken interest from child hood and all the credit goes to their proud parents Sri Ranjith and Smt Sree Devi ji for raising their children in divine  environment from child hood.


Your First Steps before writing Sri Rama Jayam

  1. First Decide to write Sri Rama Jayams

2.Buy the 200page books and pens.

3.Visit Sri Rama or Sri Hanuman Temple or Sri Ganesh Temple and seek his blessings to you to complete this work.

4.Put the red thilak on your forehead.

5.First Write Om  on top of the page in the middle and  then start writing sri Rama jayam or Jai Sri Ram

Target-Goal-Life’s Dream-Golden Moment

Important:Choosing a Goal

1-You can choose 1 of the 6 goals here and still be very Happy. Please do not get stressed about choosing goal no 6 and feeling you may not complete it.  Please choose a goal which you are comfortable and start writing. Listen to your inner heart for the right answer about your goal.You will be right

2 You can start writing and first  complete Goal no 1 then go to Goal no 2 then to Goal no 3 and keep moving by completing Goal by Goal.

3-If you start and for various reasons if you are unable to complete 1 crore that’s  fine you can still give your books to your temple.

Goal no 1 -108 SRJs or JSR ( one Hundred eight)

First Write 108 SRJs or JSR’s and give to local Sri Rama or Sri Hanuman temple temple or any temple which accepts them.Just ask the priests.You can also make like a garland and place it on the idol.

Goal no 2- 1008 SRJs or JSR ( One Thousand Eight)

Second write 1008 SRJs or JSRs and give to local temple. You can also make like a garland and place it on the idol.

 Goal No 3 -10,800 SRJs or JSR’s (Ten Thousand Eight)

Goal No 4-108,000 SRJs or JSR’s (One Lakh Eight)

Goal no 5-10,80,000 SRJs or JSR’s ( Ten Lakh Eighty Thousand )

Goal no 6-100,00,008 SRJs or JSRs One Hundred Lakhs)

It will be great if you can complete for your 60th Birthday.This is the gift to yourself and from you to Sri Rama. This is your Golden moment.Close your eyes and imagine that day when you will complete this and how happy and content you will feel.

100,00000( 100 lakh words) /1 Crore ( Koti)/ 10 million SRjs or JSRs

How much time you need to spend per day and how many years will it take

1-If you spend 2hours a day and write 1000SRJs per day( 6 pages/day) you can complete in 30yrs.This means you need to start writing when your 30yrs to complete by 60th Year

2-if you send 3hrs a day  and write 1400 SRJs per day(9 pages/day) you can complete in 20yrs This means you need to start writing when your 40yrs to complete by 60th Year

3-if you can spend 6 hrs a day and write 2800 SRJs per day(19 pages/day) you can complete in 10yrs. This means you need to start writing when your 50yrs to complete by 60th Year

4- if you can spend 6 hrs a day and write 2800 SRJs per day you can complete in 10yrs. If you start when you are 60yrs you will complete when you are 70years.

This is not impossible and can be easily done by everyone.

Detailed Plan to write SRJ Table in color

Sri Rama Jayam Blank Format of 30 lines

Sri Rama Jayam Blank formats are there for free down load on my site http://www.pranakishore.com

If you have any questions please  reach me though contact me form at my site,I will  personally  reply to all your emails.Also if you want to involve your children in my future videos and music.

  Date Sri Rama Jayam  Sri Rama Jayam Sri Rama Jayam Sri Rama Jayam Sri Rama Jayam
    Jai Sri Ram Sita Ram Ram Sri Rama  

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Please write Sri Rama Jayam or Jai Sri Ram to solve your problems and make all your wishes to come true in 21days. This has helped me and is helping me even now .


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Battle Between Rama And Hanuman Why Rama’s Name Is More Powerful Than Lord Rama Himself

Hanuman’s life is another glowing testament of the glory of God’s name. Throughout his illustrious life, Hanuman demonstrated how a devotee could perform superhuman feats by unconditionally relying on God. One example illustrates this point. Once, there was a disagreement between Sage Vishwamitra and Sage Vashishta. The two were debating about the greatest power in the universe. The former contested that Lord Rama’s arrows were supremely powerful, while the latter argued that God’s name was most powerful, even more powerful than God Himself. To test the validity of their theories, they proposed a test that was to be executed by Vishwamitra himself.

In those days it was customary for householder devotees to receive guests, especially holy ones, with great reverence. One failing this duty would often be the recipient of a curse or fall prey to unpleasant circumstances. Vishwamitra was aware of this and intentionally visited a devotee-king, Chandrabhanu, while he was in deep meditation. Since the king was in a trance, he failed to receive the saint reverentially. This infuriated the sage and he rushed to Lord Rama, who held holy ones in high esteem and went to great extents to appease them. Vishwamitra was aware of this fact and he tactfully made Rama take an oath that the one who insulted Vishwamitra would be killed by His infallible bow. True to His promise, Rama set out on a quest to kill the one who had offended the great Vishwamitra.

In the meanwhile, Sage Narada informed Chandrabhanu about the imminent danger. Frightened by the sure prospect of death, he sought Narada’s counsel and requested him if there was any way to avert the tragedy. Narada advised Chandrabhanu to seek protection from Hanuman. He further suggested that Chandrabhanu should reveal the source of danger only after he had extracted a promise from Hanuman.

As advised by the sage, Chandrabhanu held Hanuman’s feet and sought his protection. Hanuman took an oath in Rama’s name and promised to protect the king even at the cost of his own life. The stage was well set. On one hand the Lord was bound by His oath, while on the other His most loyal and beloved devotee Hanuman was bound by an opposing oath.

To fulfill his promise, Rama sent His powerful army to kill Chandrabhanu but it was vanquished by the valiant Hanuman in a trice. Rama then sent his brothers and ministers. They, too, were defeated by Hanuman. Finally, Rama Himself came to the scene to see the one who had given succor to Chandrabhanu. He was surprised to find Hanuman, his most beloved devotee, protecting the one who stood against Rama. The Lord immediately ordered Hanuman to give up, but the latter, with great humility submitted that he had taken an oath in Rama’s name and would never do anything to tarnish its glory. On explaining this Hanuman stood still, but every pore of his body was reverberating with Rama’s name.


Rama then lifted his divine bow and let loose a foray of arrows, all of which miraculously turned into flower garlands decorating the neck of the valiant Hanuman. Vashishta explained the astonished onlookers that even through Rama’s arrows were invincible, they were no match for His own name. It was then that everyone, including Vishwamitra, realized the power of God’s name. Rama was extremely pleased with the devotion of Hanuman and blessed him profusely. To keep his beloved devotee’s oath, the merciful Lord forsook His own and granted forgiveness to Chandrabhanu. Such is the power of the name. It can protect one from almighty God Himself, what power is there to fear then.


Version 2

Bhagwan Ram was seated on his royal throne. DevRishi Narad, Rishi Vishwamitra, Guru Vashishta and many other sages were also present in the court four counseling him.  They were all contemplating on some religious issue. Right then DevRishi Narad said, “hey scholars, please let me know who is more powerful. “The God himself or His Name”. After a long debate the questions remained unanswered. Then DevRishi Narad himself declared that “His Name” is higher than the person name and went to the extent of proving the fact before the dispersal of the royal court. Then Narad  Ji called Shri Hanuman Ji and said, “when everyone was about to leave the court”, “You will bid greeting to every Sage but not Vishwamitra because he is a king”. Then turn to Rishi and said “He does not deserve the same respect and honor as others present here”.


Hanuman Ji agreed and obeyed Maha Rishi Narad. RajRishi Vishwamitra was very upset by seeing this rudeness of Hanuman Ji. As he was trying to compose himself DevRishi appeared before him and said, “Did you notice the arrogance of Hanuman? He know that you have done mare favor for his lord Shri Ram by giving him the knowledge. It was because of you he could marry Devi Sita, still Hanuman ignored you and paid obeisance to all other saints and sages. He has insulted you intentionally”. Provoked by DevRishi Narad, Rishi Vishwamitra became very angry. He went to King Rama and said , “your devotee Hanuman has insulted me publically, so he should get the death penalty before sunset tomorrow for his arrogance. Rishi Vishwamitra was Shri Ram’s Guru and Ram could not disobey his Guru at any cost, so he had to punish Hanuman Ji for his disrespect shown to the Guru. Shri Ram was dumb-founded for a moment because Hanuman was his most beloved devotee. The news of the death penalty of Hanuman by Shri Ram became the talk of the town and it spread like a wild fire. Hanuman Ji was very said two. He repented for his misdeed and went to DevRishi Narad and request him to protect him from Rishi Vishwamitra’s wrath and from the arrows of Shri Ram. I did that because of your suggestion. DevRishi Narad replied very calmly. “Don’t worry Hanuman”. Don’t be dismayed only do what you has been advise to do. Get up early in the morning and take a bath in the Saryu River. Then stand on the banks of the river and start chanting Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram. I will guarantee you, that nothing will happen to you. The next day Hanuman Ji did as DevRishi Narad told him. People from all over the kingdom gathered there to see the harvest test of Hanuman’s Devotion and Shri Ram’s strict values and rules (Maryada Purushottam). Then Shri Ram Ji came and stood at a distance from Hanuman’s Ji and started looking at him with kindness, but he is called Maryada Purushottam so against his will he started shooting arrows at Hanuman who was fully engrossed in chanting his name Jai Ram Shri Ram Jai Jai Ram. None of his arrows could touch Hanuman Ji. Shri Ram was exhausted but Hanuman Ji was only looking at his Lord with total surrender, love and devotion. Shri Ram used the most powerful weapons he had never used before but nothing could not harm Hanuman Ji. Then Shri Ram aimed his Brahmastra on him. Hanuman Ji kept chanting Shri Ram Mantra and did not move at all. The crowd of on-lookers was under a spell. They were calling out loudly victory to Shri Ram Bhakta Hanuman repeatedly. When DevRishi Narad notice the culminating Brahmastra he went to Rishi Vishwamitra and requested him to stop the unique battle. He said oh great sage, Hanuman Ji was very ignorant about your grace but does that make a difference in your greatness in anyway?. However this was a little drama that I directed to show the significance of “Ram Naam”. Do you agree now that Naam is more powerful than Shri Ram Himself. Vishwamitra was convinced and ordered Shri Ram to stop. Hanuman Ji came and prostrated himself on the feet of Shri Ram. He expressed his gratitude and apologized from Maharishi Vishwamitra. RajRishi not only forgave him but blessed him too, that his devotion towards Ram will be the loftiest example in time to come. “So the Greatness of Ram Naam was established”.

This is the reason why Rama’s Name is more powerful than the lord Rama Him Self

This is the main reason why people even today have been writing Sri Rama Jayam or Jai Sri Ram for the last 5000 years for success to all your problems in 21days 

Watch my video on You tube ” How To Write Sri Rama Jayam To Solve Your Problems In 21 days” by Prana Kishore

Om Sri Rama Jayam

Jai Sri Ram

Sita Ram

Om Sri Rama Hanuman Raksha

Prana Kishore

Veda Vyasa Eka Slokam Bhagavatham-Know Your Krishna In 4 Lines-Prana Kishore

Veda Vyasa Eka Slokam Bhagavatham Know Your Krishna in 4 lines 3000

Prana Kishore after releasing devotional songs on Gods is now focusing on the Divine Gurus and writers Who gifted the great Epics and Scriptures to us and the world.Sri Veda Vyasa is one whom we  all must be indebted to in all our births. One who teaches is called The Guru.

Mahabharata is the greatest ancient war and Krishna helped win the war fighting for truth Dharma where 1.9 Million people died with just 9 survivors. Bhagavad Gita came from it which is discourse of Krishna to Arjuna and Gita became our Manual  on  How to live Our life.

We got all this but we did not know about Krishna

We have come to remind you that you are part and parcel of the Supreme Lord Krishna, but you have forgotten him. He can create millions and millions of universes in a moment, and at the same time, in a second, He can demolish them all and again create them all. He is very beautiful, sweet and very merciful.

But Still You have forgotten HIM

These 4 lines Eka Slokam Bhagavatham will help you remember Lord Krishna for ever

Sri Veda Vyasa Jayanthi- 8th July 2017

8th July 2017 2017 is Guru Purnima or Vysa Pournami is Sri Veda Vyasa Birthday or Jayanthi

Eka Slokam Bhagavatham is for you to know all about Sri Krishna’s story in just 4 lines.

We all can write stories for pages and pages but when someone asks you tell me about Sri Krishna we get stuck and don’t know where to start and how to start telling about him.

These 4 lines in Sanskrit will help you to learn and teach others about Sri Krishna’s story in just 4 lines.

Prana Kishore specializes in composing the 2-4 lines mantras into a beautiful melodies song to make it easy for you to learn like a song and tell like a story since we all remember songs from our child hood

Prana Kishore also makes it easy for you to learn complex Sanskrit words and pronounce them well

Why did Sri Veda Vyasa Get Depressed and Sad after writing Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita?

Sri Veda Vyasa Wrote MahaBharata,Bhagavad Gita, Vedas and many Puranas, but still he was not happy. Then his Guru, Narada Muni, came and asked him, “Why do you look so worried? You know and have written everything, but still you are unhappy.

Sri Veda Vyasa replied, “O Gurudeva, I don’t know. Please tell me why I am unhappy.”

Narada said, “You have given preference to dharma, artha, kama, moksa (material religion, economic development, sense enjoyment in this world and in heaven, and liberation) but you have not written about the sweet pastimes of Lord Krishna. You have not written that Krishna, the Supreme Lord, can come in the form of a very beautiful son. You have not written that He goes door to door to the houses of all the gopis, stealing their butter,not their butter, but their hearts We cannot be worried about attaining Him, because we don’t realize our situation. We cannot go to Him, but He Himself descends. He realizes,They are all My children; they are My parts and parcels. We cannot earnestly call Him, but He calls us by His flute: Come on! Come on; all! Dance with Me, sing with Me, and be happy! This is Rasa. Have you written all these truths in the Mahabharata, Bhagavad-gita or the Puranas?”

Vyasadeva replied, “No I don’t know about all these truths”

Narada continued, “How He serves His father and mother, Nanda Baba, and Yasoda. How, even though He is the Supreme Lord, He is controlled by them and He forgets that I am the Supreme Lord. His mother chastises Him and says,I will not let You come on my lap. You should stay far away from me!’ To whom is she saying this? To the Supreme Lord.

Do you know about the sakhas (cowherd boys) like Subala and Sridama? They defeat that Supreme Lord and order Him,You should be my horse!’ Krishna then becomes like a horse, and they get up on His shoulders and call out,You should go, go run away! And sometimes, when a sakha’s mother has given him a sweet preparation, he takes it from his mouth and places it in Krishna’s mouth. How wonderful this is! Have you written all these facts?

Vyasadeva replied, Never.

Narada then said, “Have you written that Krishna says,O Gopis, I will not be able to repay you in thousands or millions of years. Please be merciful to Me.’ The Supreme Lord is saying, ‘I cannot repay your love and affection. You left everything for Me position, dharma, chastity, and fear from superiors.Krishna cannot give up His father or mother. He cannot give up His queens in Dvaraka He cannot give up Arjuna or Bhima. He cannot even give up those in this world who are chanting His names and have taken His shelter. He cannot even give up one sadhaka- bhakta. But the gopis gave everything from top to bottom for Him, and therefore He tells them, ‘I cannot repay you.’

“Have you written this?”


“Than what you have written? Nothing. And that is why you are not happy.”

“How can I write these pastimes?”

“Be in trance, and by my mercy, in your trance, in your meditation, you will see these pastimes. Be surrendered and take help from bhakti-yoga.

Bhakti-yoga means surrender. Vyasadeva thus surrendered, he saw Krishna’s pastimes in trance from birth through all the sweet pastimes of Dvaraka, and he especially saw the sweet pastimes in Goloka Vrindavana and Vraja. Therefore, Srimad Bhagavatam is called Samadhi-Darsana (that which Vyasadeva saw in his trance).

We can know from Srimad Bhagavatam that Krishna is not our goal; krishna-prema is our goal. And you should know the reservoir of that prema the gopis. Among the gopis, Chandravali and Radhika are prominent, and among them Radhika is the most prominent. She is the complete reservoir of that love and affection.

Our aim and object is to obtain that love and affection for Krishna, and therefore prema is prayojana. Prayojana means the ultimate goal of our bhajana – our goal of life. If you can obtain even a glimpse or minute part of that endless ocean of love and affection, the whole universe will be able to drown there. You will be happy, Krishna will be happy, and thus your life will be successful. There is no other way to be happy.

This is the main reason why Sri Veda Vyasa wrote Bhagavatham which is all about the Lord Sri Krishna and his stories which the world must know.

Vyeda Vyasa Eka Slokam Bhagavatham-Know Your Sri Krishna In 4 Lines

Aadhau Devakidevi-Garba-Jananam Gopi Grihe Vardhanam  -Hare Krishna

Maaya-Putana-Jeeva-Taapa Haranam Govardhanodhaaranam –  Hare Krishna

Kamsachchedana-kauravaadi-Hananam Kuntisutaa-Paalanam – Hare Krishna

Etat-Bhagavatam Purana-Kadhitam SriKrishna-Leelamritam – Hare Krishna


Born to queen Devaki, he grew up in the house of  Gopis.He killed the Poothana demon with supernatural powers, Lifted the Govardhana mountain.He Beheaded his uncle Kamsa, Helped in killing the Kouravas, And looked after the children of Kunthi. This is in short,the ancient story of Bhagavatham from Puranas,which describes the Lord Sri Krishna and his playful and memorable sweet stories

Prana Kishore sings in Main Voice and also in three chorus voices 


Prana Kishore dedicated on all our behalf Eka Slokam Bhagavatham to

Sri Veda Vyasa on his Jayanthi (birthday) Jayanthi on  8th July 2017 to Thank him for all his hard work and efforts which is making the World’s First and Ancient Religion Hinduism to be Alive even today (after 6000 years) and become Eternal forever for our Next Generations.

Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu

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Prana Kishore

NextGen Music Director