Amidst the vibrant tapestry of Indian devotional music, Vishal Mishra's "RAM LALA" emerges as a resounding chant, echoing centuries of reverence and weaving hope into the melody. This isn't merely a bhajan; it's a pilgrimage in sound, a journey inward to the sacred realm of Lord Rama's divine presence.

From the opening notes, an aura of serenity descends. Mishra's soulful vocals, seasoned with devotional depth, paint a vivid picture of a young Lord Rama, playfully engaging with his devotees. Lines like "Champa ki kaliyan sajke aayi hain, Ram Lala ko darshan dene" (Champa blossoms have adorned themselves, to receive Lord Rama's darshan) evoke a sense of childlike joy and anticipation.

Lyricist Manoj Muntashir masterfully crafts verses that are both simple and profound. He sings of Lord Rama's playful laughter, his mischievous pranks, and his unwavering love for his devotees. Each line drips with devotion, inviting the listener to step into the divine realm and engage in a personal connection with the deity.

Lovesh Nagar's musical arrangement complements the lyrical poetry with equal mastery. The gentle melody, punctuated with the rhythmic clang of a ghanta (temple bell), creates a mesmerizing soundscape that transports the listener to the hallowed grounds of Ayodhya. The subtle fusion of traditional instruments like the santoor and harmonium with contemporary elements adds a refreshing touch, making the bhajan accessible to audiences of all generations.

The accompanying music video, directed by Giffy, further amplifies the spiritual resonance of the song. We see Mishra performing amidst the serene and majestic backdrop of Ayodhya, offering darshan to devotees and immersing himself in the simple joys of Lord Rama's childhood. The visuals showcase the timeless appeal of Rama bhakti, transcending age, background, and circumstance.

"RAM LALA" is more than just a celebration of Lord Rama's divinity; it's a beacon of hope and solace. In a world grappling with uncertainty and unrest, the song offers a refuge in devotion, reminding us that the divine presence is always within reach. The playful innocence of Lord Rama's childhood offers a message of resilience and joy, urging us to face life's challenges with faith and optimism.

Vishal Mishra's "RAM LALA" stands as a testament to the enduring power of bhakti music. It reminds us that music can bridge the gap between the human and the divine, offering a pathway to personal transformation and spiritual enlightenment. So, close your eyes, let the melodious voice of Mishra wash over you, and journey to the heart of Ayodhya, where every echo whispers the sacred name of "RAM LALA."



Ram Lala Lyrics

Tulsi Ne Jhoom Ke Gaayi
Koyi Mast Magan Chaupayi
Paagal Hain Khushi Se Naina
Ghar Aaye Mere Raghurai

Ho Ram Chandra Jahan Thumak Chale
Harshit Hai Woh Anganayi
Kya Sunna Hai Kya Kehna
Ghar Aaye Raghurai

Ab Aathon Pehar Tere
Mandir Mein Guzara Hai

Nagri Hai Ayodhya Ki
Saryu Ka Kinara Hai
Mere Ram Lala Har Din
Tera Hi Nazara Hai

Nagri Hai Ayodhya Ki
Saryu Ka Kinara Hai
Mere Ram Lala Har Din
Tera Hi Nazara Hai

Sukhi Nadi Mein Jaise
Machhli Bahe
Naath Bin Tere Hum Aise
Jeete Rahe

Ho.. Aaj Baawra Toh Hona
Banta Hai Prabhu
Bann Gaye Hain Phool Saare
Dard Jo Sahe

Teri Khadaun Sheesh Pe Leke
Jogi Bane Naache Hum Tu Jo Kahe
Tu Jitna Bharat Ka Tha
Utna Hi Humara Hai

Nagri Hai Ayodhya Ki
Saryu Ka Kinara Hai
Mere Ram Lala Har Din
Tera Hi Nazara Hai

Nagri Hai Ayodhya Ki
Saryu Ka Kinara Hai
Mere Ram Lala Har Din
Tera Hi Nazara Hai

Kann Kann Aaj Hua Kausalya
Dashrath Huein Hai Panaghat Pokhar
Woh Din Aaya Jiska Rasta
Nainon Ne Dekha Ro Ro Kar

Saare Kone Saare Kooche
Bhar Do Deepon Se Bin Poochhe
Apne Ram Lala Aa Jayein
Jaane Kaun Gali Se Hokar

Chal Praan Use De Dein
Pranon Se Jo Pyara Hai

Nagri Hai Ayodhya Ki
Saryu Ka Kinara Hai
Mere Ram Lala Har Din
Tera Hi Nazara Hai..

Siyavar Ramchandra Ki Jai
Raja Ramchandra Ki Jai
Siya Var Ramchandra Ki Jai
Raja Ramchandra Ki Jai

Siya Var Ramchandra Ki Jai
Mere Ramchandra Ki Jai
Raja Ramchandra Ki Jai
Siya Var Ramchandra Ki Jai

Siya Var Ramchandra Ki Jai
Raja Ramchandra Ki Jai
Siya Var Ramchandra Ki Jai
Raja Ramchandra Ki Jai

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