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Rama Bolo Rama Bolo, Bolo Bolo Ram.
Sita Bolo Sita Bolo, Bolo Bolo Ram.
Hanuman Bolo Hanuman Bolo, Bolo Bolo Ram.

Devanagari script:

राम बोलो राम बोलो बोलो बोलो राम ||
सीता बोलो सीता बोलो बोलो बोलो राम ||
हनुमान् बोलो हनुमान् बोलो बोलो बोलो राम ||


rāma bolo rāma bolo bolo bolo rām.
sītā bolo sītā bolo bolo bolo rām.
hanumān bolo hanumān bolo bolo bolo rām.



rām/rāma: An avatar, or incarnation, of Vishnu, the lord of the universe. Rama's story is told in the Ramayana, his wife is Sita, and he is known for his compassion and courage.

bolo/bol: A hindi word meaning "speak" or "sing."

sītā: An avatar, or incarnation, of Lakshmi, Goddess of abundance. Lakshmi and Vishnu incarnate on earth as Sita and Rama. Sita is known for her devotion and purity, and is the central female character of the Ramayana.

hanumān: Son of the wind, embodiment of devotion, ardent devotee of Ram and Sita. Hanuman is a monkey-god who helps Rama defeat Ravana and reconnect with Sita, as told in the Ramayana.

"My guru, Neem Karoli Baba, used to say that when we repeat the name of Ram, the impossible becomes possible."  ~ Jai Uttal

"There is nothing I would rather do than sit and chant the name of Ram. It fills me with peace and wisdom. May you also be filled in the same way while chanting the name of Ram."  ~ Swami Ma Chetan-Jyoti

"Everywhere I look I see only Ram, and that's why I'm always honoring everything."  ~ Maharajji

"Bhakti Yoga isn't something you join, it's love. It means love. It means falling in love. Eventually, recognizing the beauty of your own Self. Falling in love with your Self, which is God..."  ~ Krishna Das