Prarthna Priti: Prayers of Love from Kainchi Dham
Prarthna Priti: Prayers of Love from Kainchi Dham
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Prarthna Priti: Prayers of Love from Kainchi Dham

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The Prarthna Priti is a compilation of all the prayers and hymns that are recitied and sung during the Arti ceremony that happens twice a day at Kainchi Dham Ashram in India.

This book helps devotees who can not read the Devanagari script to be able to sing the mantras using the carefully transliterated guide under each line, while also learning the meaning of the verses.

All the hymns that are sung during the Kainchi Dham Arti are included in the prayer book. All the prayers in the book have the Devanagari script followed by the transliteration (with pronunciation guide) and also English translations for each verse.  

There are thirty hymns in the book including the:

  • Hanuman Chalisa
  • Sankatamochan Hanumanashtak
  • Shri Hanumant Stavan
  • Shri Lakshmi Narayana Vandana
  • Shri Sita Ram ji ki Stuti
  • Durga Chalisa
  • Shri Ram Stuti
  • Shri Shivapanchakshara Strotram
  • Shri Rudrashtakam
  • Devyaparadhakshamapan Strotram
  • Shri Guru Vandana
  • Vinaya Chalisa
  • Shri Guru Stotra and more. 

The Kainchi Dham Ashram has been out of these hymn books for over a year and they are a popular item for devotees who want to learn the mantras that are sung during arti twice a day at Kainchi Dham.

Prarthna Priti
Prayers of Love from Kainchi Dham
Compiled by RamRani Yvette Rosser

Format: Paperback | 141 Pages
Published: Cambridge Press, Delhi India, 2018
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x .5 Inches | 9 oz

Yvette Rosser was raised riding horses and helping her Dad in the vegetable garden on a ranch in West Texas. She graduated from high school in May 1970 and by December of that year she arrived in India and stayed four years. While in India she studied Vipassana meditation with Shri S.N.Goenka and met the Dalai Lama and studied Mahayana Buddhism. Then in early 1973 she was blessed to meet her Guruji Shri Param Pujya Baba Neem Karoli Maharaj-ji, who lovingly gave her the unusual but beautiful name, RamRani.

Before His MahaSamadhi, Maharajji  made a request: "RamRani, when you go back to America, go to the university and study about India, and help make Hinduism better understood and respected." For the last 40 years RamRani has undertaken the enormous task to share the truth and misconceptions about Hinduism by building bridges between modern Indians who wish to speak up about their misunderstood tradition and those who are seeking to know the truth about Hinduism. RamRani believes that her mission to produce the Prarthna Priti and make it accessible to the world abides by Maharaj-ji's wishes to  have Hinduism represented in its true light and to have it respected. 

About the Prarthna Priti

All the hymns that are sung during the Kainchi Dham Arti are included in the prayer book. All the prayers in the book have the Devanagari script followed by the transliteration (with pronunciation guide) and also English translations for each verse.  

There are thirty hymns in the book including the:

  • Hanuman Chalisa
  • Sankatamochan Hanumanashtak
  • Shri Hanumant Stavan
  • Shri Lakshmi Narayana Vandana
  • Shri Sita Ram ji ki Stuti
  • Durga Chalisa
  • Shri Ram Stuti
  • Shri Shivapanchakshara Strotram
  • Shri Rudrashtakam
  • Devyaparadhakshamapan Strotram
  • Shri Guru Vandana
  • Vinaya Chalisa
  • Shri Guru Stotra and more. 

The Kainchi Dham Ashram has been out of these hymn books for over a year and they are a popular item for devotees who want to learn the mantras that are sung during arti twice a day at Kainchi Dham.

Product Details

Prarthna Priti
Prayers of Love from Kainchi Dham
Compiled by RamRani Yvette Rosser

Format: Paperback | 141 Pages
Published: Cambridge Press, Delhi India, 2018
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x .5 Inches | 9 oz

About the Author

Yvette Rosser was raised riding horses and helping her Dad in the vegetable garden on a ranch in West Texas. She graduated from high school in May 1970 and by December of that year she arrived in India and stayed four years. While in India she studied Vipassana meditation with Shri S.N.Goenka and met the Dalai Lama and studied Mahayana Buddhism. Then in early 1973 she was blessed to meet her Guruji Shri Param Pujya Baba Neem Karoli Maharaj-ji, who lovingly gave her the unusual but beautiful name, RamRani.

Before His MahaSamadhi, Maharajji  made a request: "RamRani, when you go back to America, go to the university and study about India, and help make Hinduism better understood and respected." For the last 40 years RamRani has undertaken the enormous task to share the truth and misconceptions about Hinduism by building bridges between modern Indians who wish to speak up about their misunderstood tradition and those who are seeking to know the truth about Hinduism. RamRani believes that her mission to produce the Prarthna Priti and make it accessible to the world abides by Maharaj-ji's wishes to  have Hinduism represented in its true light and to have it respected.