Oh my mind, remember constantly the merciful Ramchandra, who dispels all worldly fears. His eyes are as beautiful as the half-opened new lotus. His mouth, his hands, and feet are also pink like the lotus flower.
His features are as beautiful as a multitude of Kamadevs [The god of love]. His complexion is as lovely as a light-blue cloud; his yellow clothes are as dazzling as lightning. I bow in reverence to the virtuous bridegroom of Janaka’s daughter [Sita].
O mind, always remember [Sri Ram], the friend of the poor, bright as the sun, the destroyer of demons, an offspring of the Raghu dynasty, the root of bliss, pleasing as the moon to the eyes of the people of Kaushal, and the loving son of King Dasharath.
He wears a crown on his head, beautiful earrings on his ears, a sandal mark on his forehead, and various ornaments adorn his well-built body. He has arms that reach his knees and holds a bow and arrow. He is the conqueror of the demons Khara and Dushana in battle.
Tulsidas says,"O giver of joy to Shankar [Shiva], Shesh [King of serpents], and the sages, the destroyer of all evils such as lust, desire, anger, and greed, please reside in my lotus-heart."