Jai Sri Ram
Jai Sri Ram means "Hail Lord Ram"1 or "Victory to Lord Rama", Hindu deity and the seventh Avatar of Lord Vishnu.2 Religious Hindus consider chanting Jai Sri Ram is a way to get rid of anxieties.3 Lately it has been used by Hindu nationalists as a slogan in Indian politics.4
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- "Will proudly chant "jai sri Ram" when temple is built: Advani". The Times of India. 9 April 2009. Retrieved 6 May 2010.
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