On this Ram Navami, let’s imbibe this Shloka from Valmiki’s Ramayana and let us work toward our individual goal with more vigor, enthusiasm, and determination.
This Shloka is part of the conversation between Angada (son of Sugriva) and his army (Vanar Sena) when they were on their mission to find Sita. Angada motivates his army when they had started losing their enthusiasm as they were not able to find her despite the extensive search.
The Shloka in short means, relentless efforts will bring the fruits of pursuit. On taking up an activity it is to be continued without abandoning for reasons of personal disinterestedness or laxity.
On this Ram Navami,
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