arstisenena saha gandharvair anugiyamanam parama-kalyanim bhartr-bhagavat-katham samupasrnoti svayam cedam gayati.
arsti-senena—Arstisena, the chief personality of Kimpurusa-varsa; saha—with; gandharvaih—by a company of Gandharvas; anugiyamanam—being chanted; parama-kalyanim—most auspicious; bhartr-bhagavat-katham—the glories of his master, who is also the Supreme Personality of Godhead; samupasrnoti—he hears with great attention; svayam ca—and personally; idam—this; gayati—chants.
A host of Gandharvas is always engaged in chanting the glories of Lord Ramacandra. That chanting is always extremely auspicious. Hanumanji and Arstisena, the chief person in Kimpurusa-varsa, constantly hear those glories with complete attention. Hanuman chants the following mantras.
In the Puranas there are two different opinions concerning Lord Ramacandra. In the Laghu-bhagavatamrta (5.34–36) this is confirmed in the description of the incarnation of Manu.
The Visnu-dharmottara describes that Lord Ramacandra and His brothers—Laksmana, Bharata and Satrughna—are incarnations of Vasudeva, Sankarsana, Pradyumna and Aniruddha respectively. The Padma Purana, however, says that Lord Ramacandra is an incarnation of Narayana and that the other three brothers are incarnations of Sesa, Cakra and Sankha. Therefore Srila Baladeva Vidyabhusana has concluded, tad idam kalpa-bhedenaiva sambhavyam. In other words, these opinions are not contradictory. In some millenniums Lord Ramacandra and His brothers appear as incarnations of Vasudeva, Sankarsana, Pradyumna and Aniruddha, and in other millenniums They appear as incarnations of Narayana, Sesa, Cakra and Sankha. The residence of Lord Ramacandra on this planet is Ayodhya. Ayodhya City is still existing in the district of Hyderabad, which is situated on the northern side of Uttar Pradesh.
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