O Lord Raghuvir ! There is no one as poor as I am and there is no one as helpful to the poor as you are. Considering this fact, please relieve me of my worldly afflictions.
As a lustful man loves women and a greedy person loves money, O Raghunath, with the same intensity may I love you.
Lord Ram, the jewel of the Raghu dynasty, protects those who seek his shelter. He is an ocean of compassion and an enemy of the demon Khara. He accepts whomsoever takes refuge in him, forgetting all their faults.
O Raghubir! Having heard of your fame - that you relieve the worldly agonies of those who seek your shelter - I have come to surrender before you. O Ram! Please save me. Please protect me.
I am not interested in money, religion, or worldly pleasures, nor do I wish for liberation. I only want the boon of devotion and love for the feet of Lord Ram, but it has not come.