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The Power Of A Mantra

 

What is a mantra?

A mantra is a sequence of words that are chanted repeatedly to produce a desired result.

As per Hindu belief, everything in this universe is ultimately energy.The energy takes form when associated with the five elements or “panchdhatu”.”Panch” means five and “dhatu” means element. These elements are air, water,soil, fire, and ether. All things, once formed, eminate waves or vibrations of various frequency unique to it. 

We are all therefore, surrounded by our energy field, and attract and repel other energy fields as per our thoughts and actions. All this manifests into the reality of our lives and living situation.  

This concept can be easily understood if you think about how a televion or a cell phone works. The sound waves or picture waves are all present in the atmosphere but you can’t see them. The antenna of these electronic devices can, however, pick up these waves and produce the desired results of a particular sound or a particular picture. 

Mantras are a unique combination of words that produce certain sound vibrations both in your body and the environment around you when chanted. A positive result or feeling occurs when the mantra vibrations resonate with your own vibrations. This in turn attracts more of what you are focusing upon and helps to manifest it in your reality.

How many times should you repeat a mantra?

Mantras are usually chanted as many times as is convenient for the devotee. It is often said that God will come to your aid even if you call once with love and devotion. However, ideally one needs to repeat a mantra 108 times continuously. Many times one can also make do by repeating a mantra 5, 11, 25, 51 or 101 times. Continuous chanting makes the mind steadfast in its pursuit and helps focus on his or her goal.

What is a rosary?

A rosary is like a neckless made with 108 beads. The beads help the chanting person keep count of how many mantra repititions he or she has uttered. A rosary is made of different kinds of beads that focus on various aspects of different Gods.

What is the language of a mantra?

Hinduism uses Sanskrit as the medium of language for most mantras. It is said that Sanskrit is the language of the Gods and pure in every way. Each mantra is made of specifically chosen words that produce certain vibrations which in turn produce the desired results. It is therefore, necessary to concentrate on the correct pronounciation of each syllable and produce the right sound. 

Things to keep in mind:

Some things to keep in mind when chanting a mantra are:

* One must take a bath and be pure and clean. 

* Find a quiet and clean place for chanting.

* You should face the sun or east.

* Try to chant early in the morning when the environment is fresh and you still have not eaten.

* Keep your mind fixed on your goals and when ever your thoughts wander, try to bring them back.

* Light a “Diya” or incense sticks or candle to help you focus.

Power of Karma:

In Hinduism great stress is put upon the concept of Karma. Simply put karma is what you do. Its the actions you take in life. It is said that every person goes through many cycles of births and deaths till one has collected enough good karmas. Through various life cycles what sticks is your karma. All bad actions will be punishable and all good actions will be rewarded. Only thing is one does not know when the rewards and the punishments will occur. It is therefore, important to remember that one is what one does. Even though you may have thoughts of various kinds and you may speak of differing view points, what matters is what actions you take.

Concept of “Prarabdh” or before life:

The concept of karma and various cycles of births and deaths lead to the concept of “Prarabdh” or before life. It is often seen that many good people have to suffer in this life while many bad people seem to have a happy fulfilled life. Why? Its their “Prarabdh” or accumulation of past karmas that are manifesting in this life. One must therefore, never feel miserable or hopeless but continue to take good actions. The rewards will surely come. Also all bad people will also face the results of their karma at some point.

What should one expect?

Your chants will definitely produce the results that you are focusing upon. However, it is said that that various people see various results as per the karma or “prarabdh” they carry. Still the chants have the ability to hasten good results, produce lots of good karma and definitely benefit the devotee towards their desired goals. It is therefore, said in Hindu scriptures, take action and leave the results upon God. Positive and confident mindset with great love and devotion produce the best results. May Ma Lakshmi bless you and answer all your prayers.

From:  http://www.malakshmi.com/Lakshmimantra.html

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Narasimhaye

Lord Bhairav

Lord Bhairav is considered to be the incarnation (Avatar) of Lord        Shiva. In the contemporary times, Bhairon has been worshipped by        millions of people to get the powerful blessings from the god. Bhairav        is a fierce form of Shiva. It is believed that Bhairon is connected to        the Southern face and relates to the Mahavidya goddess named Bhairavi        who gives Lagna shuddhi (purification of the Disciple). This purifies        and protects the body, self concept, personality, and other attributes        associated with the Disciple.
Bhairon- Lord of Rahu          Bhairav or Bhairavi are worshipped when there are malefic planets in        the birth lagna (time) or when natural malefic planets are transiting.        Bhairon removes and protects person from these types of effects. As per        the Indian astrology, Rahu is known as a shadow planet, which plays an        important role in the life of a creature. The Indian astrologers often        suggest people, the worship of Lord Bhairav to reduce the evils caused        by the malefic position of Rahu in the horoscope.
Bhairon – The Lord of Yogis          Lord Bhairav is worshipped by Yogis and Tantriks to gain Siddhis.        Bhairon is regarded as the guardian of Yogis and Tantriks who attain        accomplishment of Mantras by doing Sadhana (devotion).
Bhairon – The Kotwal          Lord Bhairav guards the temple of Lord Shiva and due to this fact, he        is also known as “kotwal” (Guard).
Bhairav – The Worship          Worship of Lord Bhairon is very useful to win over your enemies,        success and all materialistic comforts. It is very easy to please lord        Bhairav by doing normal worship daily. Coconut, Flowers, Sindoor,        Mustard oil, black til etc are offered to the God and the following        mantra is chanted with devotion to get God’s Blessings.
 
Main (Mula) Mantra :          “OM BATUK BHAIRVAYE NAMHA”

Names of Lord Hanuman

Lord Hanuman is the epitome of devotion and dedication towards his Lord        Rama. Shri Hanuman is considered as the avatar or incarnation of Lord        Shiva. Hanuman is also known as the Monkey God, who represents strength,        valor, wisdom, intellect and sincere devotion. Hanuman is a powerful God        who observed celibacy throughout his life. Lord Hanuman is often        worshipped to attain mental peace, knowledge, strength and power.        Hanuman is known by different names like Pavanputra, Anjaneya,        Bajrangbali, Jai Veer Hanuman and many more names. The following list        contains 108 names of Hanuman with their meanings:
Name Meaning
Anjaneya Son of Anjana
Anjanagarbhasambhoota Born of Anjani
Ashokavanikachhetre Destroyer of Ashoka Orchard
Akshahantre Slayer of Aksha
Balarka Sadrushanana Like the Rising Sun
Bheemasenasahayakrute Helper of Bheema
Batnasiddhikara Granter of Strength
Bhakthavatsala Protector of Devotees
Bajrangbali With strength of daamod
Bhavishya Chaturanana Aware of Future Happenings
Chanchaladwala Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head.
Chiranjeevini Immortal
Chaturbahave Four-Armed
Dashabahave Ten-Armed
Danta Peaceful
Dheera Courageous
Deenabandhave Defender of the Oppressed
Daithyakulantaka Destroyer of Demons
Daityakarya Vidhyataka Destroyer of All Demons’ Activities
Dhruddavrata Determined Meditator
Dashagreevakulantaka Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Race
Gandharvavidya Tatvangna Exponent in the Art of Celestials
Gandhamadhana Shailastha Resident of Gandhamadhana
Hanumanta One with Puffy Cheeks
Indrajit Prahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivaraka Remover of the Effect of            Indrajit’s Brahmastra
Jambavatpreeti Vardhana Winner of Jambavan’s Love
JaiKapeesh Hailing Monkey
Kapeeshwara Lord of Monkeys
Kabalikruta One who swallowed the Sun
Kapisenanayaka Head of the Monkey Army
Kumarabrahmacharine Youthful Bachelor
Kesarinandan Son of Kesari
Kesarisuta Son of Kesari
Kalanemi Pramathana Slayer of Kalanemi
Harimarkatamarkata Lord of the Monkeys
Karagrahavimoktre One who Frees from Imprisonment
Kalanabha Organizer of Time
Kanchanabha Golden-Hued Body
Kamaroopine Altering Form at Will
Lankineebhanjana Slayer of Lankini
Lakshmanapranadatre Reviver of Lakshmana’s Life
Lankapuravidahaka The One Who Burnt Lanka
Lokapujya Worshipped by the Universe
Maruti Son of Marut (wind god)
Mahadhyuta Most Radiant
Mahakaya One with colossal body
Manojavaya Swiftness like Wind
Mahatmane Supreme Being
Mahavira Most Courageous
Marutatmaja Adored Like Gems
Mahabala Parakrama Of Great Strength
Mahatejase Most Radiant
Maharavanamardana Slayer of the Famous Ravana
Mahatapase Great Meditator
Navavyakruti Pandita Skilful Scholar
Parthadhwajagrasamvasine Having Principal Place on Arjuna’s Flag
Pragnya Scholar
Prasannatmane Cheerful
Pratapavate Known for Valour
Paravidhyaparihara Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom
Parashaurya Vinashana Destroyer of Enemy’s Valour
Parijata Tarumoolastha Dweller under the Parijata Tree
Prabhave Popular Lord
Paramantra Nirakartre Acceptor of Rama’s Mantra Only
Pingalaksha Pink-Eyed
Pavanputra Son of Wind god
Panchavaktra Five-Faced
Parayantra Prabhedaka Destroyer of Enemies’ Missions
Ramasugreeva Sandhatre Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva
Ramakathalolaya Crazy of listening Rama’s Story
Ratnakundala Deeptimate Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings
Rudraveerya Samudbhava Born of Shiva
Ramachudamaniprada Deliverer of Rama’s Ring
Ramabhakta Devoted to Rama
Ramadhuta Ambassador of Rama
Rakshovidhwansakaraka Slayer of Demons
Sankatamochanan Reliever of sorrows
Sitadevi Mudrapradayaka Deliverer of the Ring of Sita
Sarvamayavibhanjana Destroyer of All Illusions
Sarvabandha Vimoktre Detacher of all Relationship
Sarvagraha Nivashinay Killer of all Evil Effects of Planets
Sarvaduhkhahara Reliever of all Agonies
Sarvalolkacharine Wanderer of all Places
Sarvamantra Swaroopavate Possessor of all Hymns
Sarvatantra Sawaroopine Shape of all Hymns
Sarvayantratmaka Dweller in all Yantras
Sarvarogahara Reliever of all Ailments
Sarvavidhyasampath Pradayaka Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom
Shrunkalabandhamochaka Reliever from a Chain of Distresses
Sitashoka Nivarana Destroyer of Sita’s Sorrow
Shrimate Honored
Simhikaprana Bhanjana Slayer of Simhika
Sugreeva Sachiva Minister of Sugreeva
Shoora Gallant
Surarchita Worshipped by Celestials
Sphatikabha Spotless, Crystal-Clear
Sanjeevananagahatre Carrier of Sanjeevi Mount
Shuchaye Pure, Chaste
Shanta Very Composed and Calm
Shatakanttamadapahate Destroyer of Shatakantta’s Arrogance
Sitanveshana Pandita Skilful in finding Sita’s Whereabouts
Sharapanjarabhedaka Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows
Sitaramapadaseva Always engaged in Rama’s Service
Sagarotharaka Leapt Across the Ocean
Tatvagyanaprada Granter of Wisdom
Vanara Monkey
Vibheeshanapriyakara Beloved of Vibheeshana
Vajrakaya Hard Like Metal
Vardhimainakapujita Worshipped by Mynaka
Vagmine Spokesman
Vijitendriya Controller of the Senses
Vajranakha Strong-Nailed
Vagadheeksha Lord of Spokesmen
Yogine Yogi (Saint)

How To Perform Puja

Puja is a sacred practice of reverence, honor, adoration or worship from the devotee towards the Almighty. Puja could mean different things to different people. For Puja, all you need to have is a devoted heart full of love for the divine. The merciful God overlooks the shortcomings of men if they follow the path of spirituality with devotion. So, minor faults don’t really matter, if the devotion is sincere. God is kind and grants blessings to the devotees with sincere heart.

How is Puja Celebrated?
According to Hinduism, a formal puja consists of meditation (dhyana), austerity (tapa), chanting (mantra), scripture reading (svadhyaya), offering food (thaal) and prostrations (panchanga or ashtanga pranama, dandavat). People apply tilaka on their forehead with sandalwood paste, and a vermillion dot (kumkum Chand) in its centre. The centre of the forehead is considered as the crucial point suggesting the omnipresence of the Divine. Puja is generally concluded with aarti to the lord.

Puja can be celebrated by an individual person or in gatherings. The ceremony may be done in silence or accompanied by prayers. Sometimes a puja is done for the benefit of certain people, for whom people ask blessings.

Steps of a Puja
Each and every sect, family or an individual have their own way of doing Puja. Every time when you say ”samarpayami” (I m offering), offer two akshatha with love and devotion to the lord.
(Akshatha is uncooked rice; if possible color it with kumkum, saffron powder, turmeric and a little bit of water. This can be made for a week in advance and can be kept near the Alter)

A typical Puja involves the following 27 steps:

•Dhyaanam Samarpayami (Think or meditate on the Lord)

•Aawaahanam Samarpayami (Offering invitation the Lord)

•Aasanam Samarpayami (Offer a seat to the Lord)

•Paadyam Samarpayami (Offer water to wash the feet)

•Arghyam Samarpayami (Offer water to wash the hands)

•Aachamaneeyam Samarpayami (Offer water to drink)

•Snaanam Samarpayami (Give bath to the Lord)

•Maha Abhishekam Samarpayami (Give main head bath to the Lord)

•Pratishtaapayaami (Make him seated)

•Vasthram Samarpayami (Offer clothes to the Lord)

•Yajnopaveetham Samarpayami (Offer the Holy Thread)

•Gandham Samarpayami (Offer sandalwood paste/powder)

•Akshatham Samarpayami (Offer Akshatha/ Rice)

•Pushpam Samarpayami (Offer Flowers to the Lord)

•Ashthothtra Poojam Samarpayami (Offer the holy 108 names)

•Dhoopam Aaghraapayaami (Offer Fragrance / Agarbatti)

•Deepam Darshayaami (Offer light to the lord)

•Neivedyam Samarpayami (Offer Food to the Lord)

•Phalam Samarpayami (Offer Fruits to the Lord)

•Taamboolam Samarpayami (Offer betel nut and leaves)

•Dakshinam Samarpayami (Offer money to the Lord)

•Maha Nirajanam Samarpayami (Offer aarti to the Lord)

•Pradakshinam Samarpayami (Taking clockwise rounds of arti)

•Namaskaram Samarpayami (Offer Prostrations)

• Mantra Pushpam Samarpayami (Offer incantations and flowers)

•Praarthanaam Samarpayami (Offer prayers, request your desires)

• Kshamaapanam Samarpayami (Offer apologies & ask for forgiveness)

Puja

Puja is a sacred practice that Hindu people perform on different occasions to worship, pray or show respect to their deities. Puja is considered as an act of showing reverence to the almighty through invocations, prayers (mantra, slokas), songs (bhajans), and rituals. According to Hinduism, Pooja makes a spiritual connection between the deity and the devotee.

Usually Hindus pray once or twice in a day. There are many different types of pujas for inaugurations, marriages, birthdays etc. in the Hindu religion. Puja is generally observed after a shower. And it is recommended that rituals should be performed before eating to make sure sattvic (holy) qualities and concentration (dhyana) of the devotee.

The Idol Worship – Murti Puja
The image, icon or any other symbol of the god during puja becomes the means of gaining access to the almighty. Although, the idol is not the god itself but it is considered to be filled with the god’s celestial powers. The idols are created as containers for spiritual power that make the devotee to experience the direct communication with the god.

The idol acts as a medium to respect and honour, the god. Idol Worship doesn’t stand for blind faith but it shows the feelings of a devotee towards the god. The beautiful images of the divine which are always observed show that people consider God in the ultimate manner. The images serve as visual metaphors to express the invisible divine reality. This section covers the following puja:

Budha Puja
Budha Puja or Mercury Puja is dedicated to planet Mercury. Budha Puja on Wednesdays brings in manifold benefits like eliminating difficulties, healthy progeny, possession of fertile lands etc. Following things are associated with Buddha- the Mercury:

Chandra Puja
Chandra Puja is dedicated to Lord Chandra, the Moon God. Grah Shanti Chandra Puja (Moon Worship) is recommended to those, having malefic Chandra or wrongly placed moon as per the horoscope. The following list includes couple of things associated with Chandra.

Guru Puja
Guru or Brihaspati Puja is dedicated to planet Jupiter. Grah Shanti Guru Pooja (Worship of Jupiter) is recommended to those, having malefic guru or wrongly placed Jupiter as per the horoscope. Here is list comprising a couple of things associated with Guru / Brihaspati.

Hanuman Puja
Hanuman Pooja is really beneficial for all those who want to attain strength, wisdom and knowledge. The worship of Shri Hanuman ji, the monkey God cures all illness and gives courage to fight the illness. Hanuman Puja provides peace of mind as well. Following things are required for Hanuman Puja.

How to do Puja
Puja is a sacred practice of reverence, honor, adoration or worship from the devotee towards the Almighty. Puja could mean different things to different people. For Puja, all you need to have is a devoted heart full of love for the divine. The merciful God overlooks the shortcomings of men if they follow the path of spirituality with devotion.

Kali Puja
Kali Puja is a passionate prayer to the fearsome, ferocious goddess. The aim of Kali Puja is to seek the help of Maa Kali in destroying evil, both in the outside world and within us. It is believed that Kali Puja is performed to diminish ego and all negative tendencies that hamper spiritual growth.

Ketu Puja
Ketu (Dragon’s Tail) Puja is dedicated to planet Ketu. Grah Shanti Ketu Pooja (Worship of Dragon’s Tail) is recommended for those, having malefic Ketu or wrongly placed Ketu as per the horoscope. Following things are associated with Ketu (dragon’s tail):

Mangal Puja
Mangal Puja or Mars Worship is dedicated to planet Mars. Grah Shanti Mangal Pooja liberates one from debts, poverty and skin problems. Here is a list of things associated with Mangal (Mars).

Rahu Puja
Rahu Puja or the Dragon’s Head Worship is dedicated to planet Rahu. Grah Shanti Rahu Pooja is recommended for those, having malefic Rahu or wrongly placed Rahu as per the horoscope.

Satyanarayan Puja
Satyanarayan Puja can be performed on any day. However, Purnima (Full Moon Night) and Sakranti are considered as the most auspicious days for Satyanarayan Pooja. The appropriate time of Puja is regarded in the evening but prayers in the morning will also work.

Shani Puja
Shani Puja is done to appease planet Saturn. Grah Shanti Shani Pooja (Worship of Saturn) is sought for mental peace and to get rid of various diseases. Following things are associated with Shani (Saturn).

Shukra Puja
Shukra (Venus) Puja is done to appease planet Venus. Grah Shanti Shukra Pooja is recommended to those, having malefic shukra or wrongly placed Venus as per the horoscope.

Surya Puja
Surya Puja or Sun Worship is dedicated to Lord Surya. Grah Shanti Surya Puja or Sun worship is recommended to those, having malefic surya or wrongly placed sun as per the horoscope.

Tulsi Puja
Tulsi is a sacred plant which can be found in almost every Hindu’s home. Tulsi Pooja (Worship of Tulsi) is observed almost every day. Following things are required for Tulsi Puja.

Various Mantras

Mantra is a religious or mystical syllable or poem,        typically from the Sanskrit language. Mantras are primarily used as        spiritual conduits, words or vibrations that inculcate concentration in        the devotee. Mantras are also integrated in religious rituals to remove        obstacles, avoid danger, reduce foes, or accumulate wealth. Mantras got        their origin from the Vedas of India.

Mantra – The Word
         The word “Mantra” has been derived from Sanskrit. Mantra        contains two words – “man” which means “to think”        (also in manas “mind”) and suffix “tra” which means “tool”,        hence a literal translation would be “instrument of thought”.        A mantra is a powerful word or phrase that may or may not have meaning        in the same way as a sentence.

What is Mantra?
         Mantras are single or strung together syllables. It is important to        pronounce the mantra properly with an understanding of its meaning.        Improper pronunciation of Mantra can inflict losses. So, one should be        careful while chanting mantra.

         Mantras are energy-based sounds. The Indian metaphysical tradition        explains that the body is composed of the combination of five elements        and the first of them is sound. Studies in sound symbolism suggest that        vocal sounds have meaning whether we are aware of it or not. And        certainly there can be multiple layers of symbolism associated with each        sound. So even, if we do not understand them, mantras are not        meaningless; no vocal utterance is entirely without meaning.

         One’s subconscious mind can find its solution through meditation and        recitation of mantras. A mantra, when repeated constantly during        meditation, first loudly and then through silent and mental chanting,        changes the consciousness.

The Basic Mantra – Aum
         In Hindu Mythology, the most basic mantra is Aum, which is known as the        “pranava mantra”, the source of all mantras. Aum is regarded        to be the most fundamental and powerful mantra. Aum represents the first        manifestation of Brahman, the Supreme reality. Thus, Aum is prefixed and        suffixed to all Hindu prayers.

         Verses (Sloka) from holy Hindu texts like the Vedas, Upanishads,        Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata , Ramayana, Durga Saptashati or Chandi are        considered powerful enough to be repeated to great effect, and therefore        have attained the status of a mantra. As per the Vedic practices, most        ancient techniques and classical Hinduism, mantra is symbolized as a        requisite for spiritual advancement and high attainment.

Brahma Mantra
Lord Brahma is the originator and the generator of the mankind. Brahma represents the universal mind, as creation is the work of the mind and the intellect. Lord Brahma is considered as the “Brahm”, the Supreme God.

Dhanwantari Mantra
Lord Dhanwantari is regarded as the god of ayurvedic medicine (Ayurveda) in the Hindu religion. People pray to Dhanvantari, asking him for improved or good health for themselves and for others. Dhanvantri Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord. Mantra of Dhanwantari with its meaning is as follows:

Durga Mantra
Durga (Shakti / Devi) is one of the most popular goddesses among the Hindu people. Devi represents strength, morality, power and protection. Goddess Durga is the divine mother, who protects people from evil forces of selfishness, jealousy, hatred, anger and ego.

Ganesh Mantra
Lord Ganesha is the lord of beginnings, as per the Hindu mythology. Shri Ganesh is the remover of obstacles. Hindu God Ganesha represents wisdom, intellect and knowledge. God Ganesha is the most worshipped God of the Hindu religion. People worship Ganesha before starting any work to ensure hassle-free work.

Hanuman Mantra
Lord Hanuman is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Shri Hanuman is the epitome of sincere devotion and dedication, being a great disciple of Lord Rama. Sri Hanuman is a celibate god, who represents strength, divinity, courage and devotion.

Hare Krishna Mantra
Hare Krishna Mantra is considered as the mahamantra (Ultimate prayer) of Kaliyuga (The Dark Age). Kaliyuga refers to the present era of machine, where truth and morality are at their lowest level.

Kali Mantra
Maha Kali is the fiercest form of Shakti or Durga, in the Hindu religion. Goddess Kali is the destroyer of evil. But Kali is also a compassionate mother who loves her sincere children. Kali is usually worshipped by tantriks to achieve “siddhis”. Kali is the slayer of ego as well. Maha Kali Mantra forms part of the prayers offered to the goddess.

Krishna Mantra
Lord Krishna is one of the most popular and worshipped deities of the Hindu religion. Krishna represents strength, beauty, knowledge and opulence. Shri Krishna is the very embodiment of love and divine ecstasy that destroys all pain and offense. Shri Krishna Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord.

Kuber Mantra
Kuber is regarded as the god of wealth, in Hindu mythology. Lord Kubera is also known as the god of yakshas (savage beings). Kubera is always remembered with the goddess of fortune, Lakshmi.

Lakshmi Mantra
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, luxury, beauty, power, generosity and auspiciousness. Maha Lakshmi is claimed to fulfill the promises of material, wealth and contentment. Goddess Lakshmi represents fortune, purity, courage and fertility. Maha Lakshmi Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord.

Mantra Power
Mantras are powerful sounds and when chanted with devotion produce enormous effects. Mantras are well-off in their meanings and their meaning can be meditated while chanting. As the mind concentrates more and more on mantra and its meaning, it conditions the mind and takes up to the higher states

Mantra Chanting
Chanting of mantra was a concept of the Vedic saints that includes mantras as one of the main forms of worship, whose end is seen as salvation. Basically, Mantra Jaap means repeating the mantra. Reciting Mantra has become an established feature of the Hindu practices.

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is a great mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is called Maha Mritunjaya Mantra because it is a great death-conquering mantra. Sometimes it is also known as Mrita-Sanjivani Mantra. The Maha Mrityunjaya mantra is hailed by the sages as the heart of the Veda.

Ram Mantra
Lord Ram (Rama) is regarded as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Rama is the symbol of courtesy and virtue, a man of values and morals. Hindu God Ram is also known as Maryada Purushottama, which means the perfect man. Sri Ram is an example of idealism; he has been the ideal man, the ideal son, the   ideal brother

Saraswati Mantra
Saraswati is the goddess of arts, music, knowledge, and wisdom in the Hindu religion. Goddess Sarasvati is said to possess the powers of speech, wisdom and learning. Sarsvati is regarded as the dispeller of chaos and confusion. Saraswati Mantra is an important mantra of the Hindus that is recited for higher knowledge

Shanti Mantras
The Shanti Mantras are prayers for peace, in the Hindu Mythology. Shanti Mantras are also known as “Peace Mantras”. Shanti Mantras form the part of Upanishads.

Shiva Mantra
Lord Shiva or Siva is considered as the destroyer of the world. Shiv is one of the most popular Gods of the Hindu religion. Shiva is one of the complex gods who is rudra as well as kind-hearted, simultaneously.

Surya Namaskar Mantra
Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation) is a form of worshiping God by meditating on the Sun, the energy provider. Surya Namaskar is useful in achieving concentration. Surya Namaskara is always performed in the open air, facing the Sun, at sunrise. Surya Namaskar is not just a physical exercise.

Vishnu Mantra
Lord Vishnu is considered as the preserver of the universe as per the Hindu Mythology. It is believed that Vishnu is an eternal and universal spirit associated with the primeval waters that pervaded before the creation of the universe. Vishnu Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord.


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  • arjun: sir please help me I cannot talk to any girl I'm not frank and I am very afraid of doing things I think what the world will think I don't have confide
  • Narasimhaye: I meant do Puja , not pika sorry.