English annotation by Vishnudut1926: This is one of The Grantha for the extensive study by me for this winter (along with "Shree Krama-Dipika" and several Shakti-Agamas in Hindi), I will write the review afterwards.
For me this is one of the most anticipated Granthas, can't wait to read and the story behind "Shree NamRatnakhya Stotra" is the following (cited from http://www.kripanidhi.com/Pathshala/sevenBalaks.htm):
"Shri Raghunathji was the fifth son of Shri Gusainji, he was born in the year 1554 A.D. He loved Shri Gusainji very much. Every morning Shri Raghunathji would open his eyes only after he was infront of his father Shri Gusainji, till then he would keep his eyes closed.
One day when he was going to the darshan of Shri Gusainji woth closed eyes, his head smashed into a pillar and he fell down.
Immediately Shri Gusainji gave Shri Raghunathji a drawing of himself and told Raghunathji to do darshan of that drawing in the morning.
Just as Shri Gusainji has shown his love for his father - Shri Vallabh - by writing 108 names in praise of Shri Vallabh in the "Sarvottam stotram", Shri Raghunathji has also created 108 names of Shri Gusainji in the "Namratnakhya stotra".
This shows his love for Shri Gusainji. He can be differentiated by the pag (head-gear) he wore"