Slokam in English:
Namostu Ramaya salaksmanaya
Devyai Ca tasyai Janakatmajayai ।
Namostu Rudrendra Yamanilebhyah
Namostu Candraarka Marudganebhyah ॥
Hanuman searches for Sita Devi in all the places but he could not find her. But, during that time, a flash of ideas arises. (i.e.) he can perform any kind of search to find Sita Devi, but at the same time, the blessings of God must be there to support him. So, in that instance, he thinks of all gods and asks them to bless him and bless him with the victory to find Sita Devi.
The Inner Message:
Hanuman worships Sri Raman, Sita Devi and Lakshmanan as his prime deities followed by Rudran, Lord Indira, Yaman, and Vaayu, Lord Chandran, Lord Surya and Maruthkanangal. The above Mantram explains this well. After saying this Mantram only, Hanuman could able to see the Ashoka Vanam, where Sita Devi is captured. This is the Mantram, which leads the victory path for Hanuman to see Sita Devi. This Mantram is greatly called “Ramatharaka Mantram” by great saints and pre-generation peoples.
Connection with Navagraham:
Budhan is the Navagraham for the mind. By the Anugraham (blessings) of Budhan, our mind gets cleared and will have a clear vision to go where and where not. So, this Mantram is related to Budhan and the gem for him is Maragatham (green).
Budhan, one among the Navagraham is related to the brain and its activities such as memory, communication, intuition, intellect, and the ability to learn.
It increases intelligence and brainpower, removes and cures fickle-mindedness, loss of memory, stammering, fear from souls and spirits, cools the harsh speech.
Mercury enhances psychic powers, improves memory and learning, strengthens the nervous system, and provides protection against snakes and envious people.
By chanting this Mantram, we are blessed with Budhan thus by getting great Intelligence, Mind Power, Communication skills, etc like Hanuman. So, chant this mantra and get the complete blessings of Hanuman and Budhan.