Radhey Radhey Dear Friends,


Ramayana, the epic that chronicles the story of how Sri Ram rescued Mata Sita from the Lanka king Ravana, makes a great mention of Rama Setu, a bridge across the ocean that connects India and Sri Lanka. When Rama’s army reached the ocean across which lay the island of Sri Lanka, the vanarsena constructed a floating bridge across the sea by writing the name of Sri Ram on the stones and tossing them into the water. According to the legend, the stones didn’t sink because they had Rama's name written on them. Rama’s army then used the bridge to cross the sea towards Sri Lanka.


Ramayana, the epic that chronicles the story of how Sri Ram rescued Mata Sita from the Lanka king Ravana, makes a great mention of Rama Setu, a bridge across the ocean that connects India and Sri Lanka. When Rama’s army reached the ocean across which lay the island of Sri Lanka, the vanarsena constructed a floating bridge across the sea by writing the name of Sri Ram on the stones and tossing them into the water. According to the legend, the stones didn’t sink because they had Rama's name written on them. Rama’s army then used the bridge to cross the sea towards Sri Lanka.


During Ram Navami celebrations, children and devotees came forward very enthusiastically to write the name of Sri Ram on the shilas and build the Ram Setu near the Govardhan Hill on the banks of Yamuna Ma @ RKTNC.


Here is another opportunity to continue this divine seva and add shilas to Ram Setu.


Come and shower your love and devotion!!!