Interesting maths.

Maths is Interesting.
Uttering Rama’s name, I feel brings some peace to disturbed mind.
This message sent by my son is an interesting one.
Please read below

A guru was teaching Vishnu Sahasra naamam to a group of young boys. Guru chanted the slokam :

Sri Raama Raama Raamethi Rame Raame Manorame |
Sahasra naama Tathulyam Raama Naama Varaanane ||

Then he told the boys: “if you chant Raama naamam 3 times, it is equivalent to chanting the whole Vishnu Sahasranaamam or chanting Lord’s Naamam 1000 times.”
One of the boys could not agree with the teacher. He questioned the teacher “Guro, how can 3 times=1000 times? I do not get the logic. How 3 naamams =1000 naamams? The smart Guru, a great devotee of Lord Raama spontaneously explained: Lord Shiva says that the name of Lord Rama is the sweetest of all the words & chanting this name would be equivalent to chanting the whole Vishnu Sahasranama or thousand names of Vishnu.
Here is the interesting calculation to prove that 3 times chanting of Rama naamam = 1000 times chanting or chanting the whole Vishnu Sahasranaamam.
Take the name Rama. It has two Sanskrit letters RA& MA
RA (2nd consonant in Sanskrit : ya, RA, la, va, sa and sha)
MA(5th consonant in Pa, Pha, Ba, Bha, MA).
Substitute the value of RA & MA as 2 & 5 to make RAMA : 2 X 5= 10. So Rama Rama Rama = in nos: 2×5 x 2×5 x 2×5 = 10x10x10 = 1000. Three times chanting Rama naamam is equivalent to chanting it 1000 times.
The boy was happy with the answer and started learning Vishnu Sahasra naamam with full concentration and devotion. Let us thank the naughty boy and spread this to many friends
for their information and chanting Rama Namam at least (1000) times both morning and evening atleast.

Jai Shri Ram!
Sree Seetha Lakshmana Bharatha Shathrugna Hanumath Sametha Sree Ramchandra swamine Namaha.


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