Venkatesh Prasad has played 161 ODI matches for India. (@venkateshprasad)
Former Indian cricketer Venkatesh Prasad appeared in a new avatar. He has shared a video of singing Shri Ram Stuti written by Goswami Tulsidasaki and explaining its meaning. It has been seen by more than one lakh people so far.
New Delhi. Former Indian fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad surprised everyone with his one work. He has posted a video on social media. In this he is seen singing Shri Ram Stuti written by Goswami Tulsidas. Not only this, he also told its meaning. More than one lakh people have seen his video of more than two minutes. Prasad, who played 194 international matches for India, took 292 wickets. He is known for his brilliant performance against Pakistan.
Venkatesh Prasad tweeted, “Shri Ram Stuti is an aarti written by Goswami Tulsidas in the 16th century. It is a beautiful invocation to Lord Rama. Trying to share some shlokas with meaning.’ He then sang two verses and also explained its meaning.He said that Lata Mangeshkar has sung it in a good way. He first sang the verse, “Shri Ramchandra Kripalu Bhajuman, Haran Bhavabhay Darunam, Nav Kanj Lochan Kanj Mukha, Kar Kanj Pad Kanjarunam.” Explaining its meaning, he said, “O my mind, remember Lord Rama who removes all fears. Whose eyes are like newly grown lotus. His mouth, his hands and his feet are also pink like lotus. is.’
Shri Ram Stuti” is an aarti, written by Goswami Tulsidas in the sixteenth century. It is a beautiful call to Lord Rama.Tried to share few stanzas with meaning pic.twitter.com/4TlL37o0nM
— Venkatesh Prasad (@venkateshprasad) June 2, 2021
After this Venkataprasad sang the second verse, “Kandrp Countless Amit Chhavi, Nav Neel Neerad Sundaram, Patpit Manhun Tadit Ruchi Shuchi, Nomi Janak Sutavaram.” Then he explained its meaning, “Lord Rama’s beauty is more than innumerable Cupids. Cupid is the god of love. His complexion is like a light blue cloud. His yellow clothes shine like lightning. I salute such a virtuous Janaki husband, Shri Ram. I am.’ In the end, once again, while singing the Ram Stuti, he talked about everyone being safe.