Ramcharitmanas is an epic poem composed by the Indian poet Goswami Tulsidas. It tells the story of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and is considered one of the most important works of Hindi literature.

There are many famous chaupais (quatrains) in Ramcharitmanas that are widely known and recited by Hindus. One of the most famous chaupais is the Hanuman Chalisa, which is a prayer dedicated to the monkey god Hanuman, who is a prominent character in the epic.

Another famous chaupai from Ramcharitmanas is:

“Jehi vidhi hoi naath hit moraa, karahu so vegi daas main toraa”
Meaning: “O Lord, whatever is in your best interest, make that happen. I am your humble servant, do as you wish.”

This chaupai is often recited by devotees as a prayer for guidance and surrender to the will of the divine.


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