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What is Mantra?

Mantra is a powerful syllable which forms the part of Hindu prayers. Know more about meaning, definition and power of Mantra.

Brahma Mantra

"Om Namo Rajo Jushei Sristau
Sthithou Sattwa Mayayacha
Tamo Mayaya Sam-Harinei
Vishwarupaya Vedhasei
Om Brahmanyei Namaha"

Meaning: Brahma is the creator of the universe. He created the universe with his three nature qualities, positive, negative and dormant. Brahma represents Om, the eternal bliss. Brahma is the supreme god, who brought all things to form. I bow to that divine god Brahma.

Gayantri Mantra is recited as:
OM
BHUR BHUVA SVAHA
TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM
BHARGO DEVASYA DHEEMAHI
DHI YO YONAH PRACHODAYAT

Dhanwantari Mantra
"Om Namo Bhagavate

Maha Sudharshana

Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye;

Amrutha Kalasa Hasthaaya

Sarva Bhaya Vinasaya

Sarva Roka Nivaranaya

Thri Lokya Pathaye

Thri Lokya Nithaye

Sri Maha Vishnu Swarupa

Sri Dhanvantri Swarupa

Sri Sri Sri

Aoushata Chakra Narayana Swaha"

Meaning: We pray to the God, who is known as Sudarshana Vasudev Dhanvantari. He holds the Kalasha full of nectar of immortality. Lord Dhanvantri removes all fears and removes all diseases. He is the well wisher and the preserver of the three worlds. Dhanvantari is like Lord Vishnu, empowered to heal the Jiva souls. We bow to the Lord of Ayurveda.

Ganesh Mantra

"Om Parvati Putaaye, Hara Hara Hara Mahadev

Gajaananam Bhoota Ganaadhi Sevitam

Kapitta Jamboophaala Saara Bhakshitam

Umaasutam Shoka Vinaasha Kaaranam

Namaami Vighneswara Paada Pankajam"

Meaning: Lord Ganesha is the Supreme Being with an elephant head. Ganesha is always attended by the group of his followers (Ganas). He loves to eat wood-apple and rose-apple fruits (Kapitta, Jamboophala). Ganpati is the son of Goddess Uma (Parvati). Ganesha is the destroyer of all misery and pain. We salute to the lotus feet God.

Hanuman Mantra

"Maarutatulyavegam Jitendriyam

Buddhimataam Varistham,

Vaataatmajam Vaanarayoothmukhyam

Sriramdootam Saranam Prapadhye"

Meaning: Lord Hanuman is the messenger of Lord Rama. His pace is as rapid as the wind and as quick as the mind. Hanuman has constrained his sense organs. He is the most intelligent among the intelligent ones. Hanuman is the son of Vayu (Pawan) and the chief of the monkey tribe. We surrender ourselves to Lord Hanuman.

Chanting of this mantra with a sincere heart provides courage and wisdom.

Hare Krishna Mantra

"Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare

Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare"

Meaning: Krishna takes away all grief, troubles and weaknesses. May god bless us with all the happiness.

Both, Lord Rama and Lord Krishna are the incarnations of Lord Vishnu, the preserver. Vishnu is the supreme reality and both of his incarnations are ultimate. They have attained the de-facto status. Chanting of these names, in itself, is considered auspicious. These names of God and the Hare Krishna Mantra are derived from ancient Indian texts of knowledge called Vedas.

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. Goddess Kali Mantra or Mantras for Maa Kali are given below:

"Atha Kalimantraye Sadyovaksiddhiprapyivan

Aravitairyah Sarvestam Prapnuvanti Jana Bhuvih"

"Savaruhaammahabhimaghoradanshtram Hasanmukhim

Chaturbhujamkhadagmundavarabhayakaram Shivam

Mundamaladharamdevi Lolajihvandigambaram

Evam Sanchintayetkalim Shamasanalayavsinim"

"Kreem Kreem Kreem Hreem Hreem Hoom Hoom Dakshine Kalike

Kreem Kreem Kreem Hreem Hreem Hoom Hoom Swaha"
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. Lord Krishna Mantra / Mantras for Krishna are given below:

Yam Brahmavarunainder Rudermaruka Satuanvanti Divyaa Satvaavedaai Sans Pad Karmopanishadaaegarayanati Yam Samga I

Dhyanavasthittagatain Mansa Pashayanti Yam Yogino Yasyanatam Na Vidu Surasurgana Devai Tasmai Nama II

Meaning: Lord Krishna is the one, whom the creator Brahma, Varuna, Indra, Rudra and Maruts admire with divine hymns. Krishna is praised by the singers of Sama all through the Vedas and Upanishads. Krishna is observed by the ascetics (Yogis) with their minds engrossed in the divine through perfection in meditation. The limit of Krishna is not even recognized by the Gods (Devas) and Demons (Asuras). We bow to the divine Lord Krishna.

Tavamaksharam Paramam Vaideetvayam Tavamasya Vishwasaya Param Nidhanam I

Tavamvayaya Shashvat Dharam Gopta, Sanatan Satayam Paursho Mato Mai II

Meaning: Krishna's art is immortal and this is just one thing to be known. Lord Krishna is great and his art is the supreme refuge of this universe. The art of the Supreme is the eternal protector of the morality and dharma. We bow to the art of Lord Krishna, the Ancient Purusha.

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. Chanting of Kuber Mantra blesses the worshipper with money and prosperity by drawing new avenues and sources of income and wealth. Mantra of Kubera helps to increase the flow of funds and the ability to accumulate wealth. Kubera Mantra is as follows:

"Om Yakshyaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaaya Dhanadhanyadi Padayeh

Dhana-Dhanya Samreeddhing Me Dehi Dapaya Swaha"

Meaning: Kubera, the lord of yakshas, bless us with wealth and prosperity.

One, who worships lord Kubera and Lakshmi, can never fall short of money and material comforts. The special puja of Kubera is performed on Dusshera, Dhan triyodasi and Deepawali, asking for prosperity and his blessings.

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. This mantra holds the highest place along with the Gayatri Mantra among the many mantras used for contemplation and meditation.

It is believed that to overcome the fear of death, Lord Shiva himself gave humanity the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra. This mantra restores health, happiness and brings calmness in the period of death. When courage is blocked, it rises up to overcome obstacles. The Maha Mritunjaya Mantra is as follows:

"Aum Trayambakam Yajaamahey

Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam

Urvaarukamiva Bandhanaath

Mrutyor Muksheeya Maamritaat"

Meaning: Lord Shiva is the three eyed god. Shiva is always perfumed. He fosters all the creatures of the Universe. Lord Shiva releases from death for the sake of immortality, as cucumber detaches its bondage of the vine. We worship Lord Shiva to liberate us from death.

This mantra is really powerful and even regarded as a life saving prayer.

Ram Mantra

"Shri Ram, Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram"

Ram is the source of each and every thing. The name "Ram" suggests divinity and brings joy to life. The name "Ram" helps to achieve mukti from this material world.

Saraswati Mantra

"Yaa Kundendu Tushaara Haaradhavalaa, Yaa Shubhravastraavritha

Yaa Veenavara Dandamanditakara, Yaa Shwetha Padmaasana

Yaa Brahmaachyutha Shankara Prabhritibhir Devaisadaa Vanditha

Saa Maam Paatu Saraswati Bhagavatee Nihshesha Jaadyaapaha"

Meaning: Goddess Saraswati is fair and beautiful like the jasmine-colored moon. Her white garland resembles the icy dew drops. She is decked in pure white attire. A white lotus serves as the throne of Maa Saraswati, on whose arm rests Veena. We pray Maha Saraswati, who is surrounded and respected by the Gods to bestow her blessings on us. May the goddess remove our lethargy and brighten our life with light of 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. These mantras are believed to cool the mind of reciter and the surroundings. Reciting these mantras at the beginning of any task is considered to remove its obstacles.

Shanti Mantras always end with three words of "Shanti" which suggests "Peace". The reason behind speaking three times "Shanti" is to cool the surroundings and remove obstacles in three realms namely; "Physical" or Adhi-Bhautika, "Devine" or Adhi-Daivika and "Internal" or Adhyaatmika. These are called "Tapa-Traya" or three classes of troubles. When Shanti Mantras are recited, obstacles from these realms are believed to be pacified. Various Shanti Mantras from different Upanishads are as follows:

From Brihadaranyaka Upanishad and Ishavasya Upanishad:

"Om Poornamadah Poornamidam Poornat Poornamudachyate,

Poornasya Poornamaadaya Poornamevavashishyate,

Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih"

Meaning: The literal meaning of this mantra is: "That is Absolute, This is Absolute, Absolute arises out of Absolute, If Absolute is taken away from Absolute, Absolute remains OM Peace, Peace, Peace".

"Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya,

Tamaso Maa Jyotir Gamaya,

Mrityor Maa Amritam Gamaya,

Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih"

Meaning: The accurate sense of this mantra is: "OM lead me from unreal to real, lead me from darkness to light, lead me from death to immortality OM Peace, Peace, Peace".

From Taittiriya Upanishad:

"Om Sham No Mitra Sham Varunah Sham No Bhavatvaryamaa,

Sham Na Indro Brihaspatih Sham No Vishnururukramah,

Namo Brahmane Namaste Vaayo Tvameva Pratyaksham,

Brahmaasi Tvaameva Pratyaksham Brahma Vadishyaami,

Rtam Vadishyaami Satyam Vadishyaami,

Tanmaamavatu Tadvaktaaramavatu Avatu Maam Avatu Vaktaaram,

Om Shantih Shantih Shantih"

Meaning: This Mantra implies: "OM. May Mitra do good to us, may Varuna do good to us, may Aryama do good to us, may Indra do good to us, may Brihaspati do good to us, and may Vishnu who has vast coverage do good to us. We Salute Lord Brahma and Lord Vayu, the only visible Brahman. We say right, we say truth, may it protect us and may it protect teacher. OM Peace, Peace and Peace"

From Taittiriya Upanishad, Katha Upanishad and Shvetashvatara Upanishad:

"Om Sahanaa Vavatu Sahanau Bhunaktu

Saha Veeryam Karavaavahai

Tejasvi Naavadheetamastu Maa Vidvishaavahai

Om Shantih Shantih Shantih"

Meaning: The literal meaning of this mantra is: "OM. Let all of us protect each other together, may all of us enjoy together, may all of us work together and let our study become radiant. Let there be no hatred between us, OM Peace, Peace, Peace"

From Kena Upanishad and Chandogya Upanishad:

"Om Aapyaayantu Mamaangaani Vaak

Praanashchakshuh Shrotramatho

Balamindriyaani Cha Sarvaani Sarvam Brahmopanishadam

Maaham Brahma Niraakuryaam Maa Maa Brahma Niraakarod

Niraakaranamastva Niraakaranam Me Astu

Tadaatmani Nirate Ya Upanishatsu Dharmaaste

Mayi Santu Te Mayi Santu

Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih

Meaning: The Mantra implies: "OM. May our organs, speech, Prana, eyes and ears be nourished. May all our senses become strong. Upanishad says all that the World is Brahman. We don't reject Brahman, may Brahma not reject me. Let there be no rejection, let there be no rejection at all in us, let us concentrate on ourselves, all those ways of righteous living told in Upanishads be in us! Be in us, OM Peace, Peace and Peace".

From Aitareya Upanishad:

"Om Vaang Me Manasi Pratishthitaa

Mano Me Vaachi Pratishthitam

Aaveeraaveerma Edhi Vedasya Ma Aanisthah

Shrutam Me Maa Prahaaseer Anenaadheetena

Ahoraatraan Samdadhaami Ritam Vadishyaami

Satyam Vadishyaami Tanmaamavatu Tadvaktaaramavatu

Avatu Maam Avatu Vaktaaram Avatu Vaktaaram

Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih"

Meaning: The accurate meaning of this mantra is: "OM. Let our speech be established in our mind, and our mind be established in our speech. Let Brahman reveal itself to us and may we understand the truths of the Vedas. Let not what we have studied leave us. Let all of us spend both day and night in study. We say right, we say truth and may it protect us. May truth protect teacher. OM Peace, Peace, Peace".

From Mundaka Upanishad, Mandukya Upanishad and Prashna Upanishad:

"Om Bhadram Karnebhih Shrunuyaama Devaah

Bhadram Pashyemaakshabhiryajatraah

Sthirairangaistushtuvaamsastanoobhih

Vyashema Devahitam Yadaayuh

Swasti Na Indro Vridhashravaah

Swasti Nah Pooshaa Vishwavedaah

Swasti Nastaarkshyo Arishtanemih

Swasti No Brihaspatir Dadhaatu

Om Shantih, Shantih, Shantih"

Meaning: The literal meaning of this mantra is: "OM. O Gods! Let us hear promising things from our ears. O respectful Gods! Let us see propitious things from our eyes, let our organs and body be stable, healthy and strong. Let us do what is pleasing to gods in the life span allotted to us. May Indra, inscribed in the scriptures do well to us, May Pushan who is knower of world do good to us and May Trakshya who devastates enemies do good to us! May Brihaspati do well to us! OM Peace, Peace, Peace".

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. Mantra of Hindu God Shiva forms the part of prayers offered to the lord. Shiv or Shiva Mantras are as follows:

"Vande Deva Umaa Pathim Suragurum

Vande Jagat Kaaranam

Vande Pannaga Bhooshanam Mruga Dharam

Vande Pashoonam Pathim

Vande Soorya Shashanka Vahni Nayanam

Vande Mukunda Priyam

Vande Bhakta Jana Ashrayam Cha Varadam

Vande Shiva Shankaram"

Meaning: Lord Shiva is the consort of Uma (Parvati). Shiva is the divine Guru, the source of the universe. Lord Shiva is decked with snake and wears tiger skin. He is the Lord of all creatures. The three eyes of the lord represent the Sun, Moon and Fire. Shiva is near to Lord Vishnu. Lord Shiva protects all of his devotees. He is the benefactor of boons. We surrender ourselves again and again to Lord Shiva.

"Mrutyunjayaaya Rudraaya

Neelakantaaya Shambhave

Amriteshaaya Sarvaaya

Mahadevaaya Te Namaha"



Meaning: Lord Mahadeva (Shiva) has conquered death. He is the destructive force of the universe. He has a blue neck and he gives happiness to all. We pray to the kind-hearted lord, Shiv-Shambhu.



"Gauri Vallabha Kaamaarey

Kaala Koota Vishaasana

Maam Uddhhare Padambhoje

Tripura Agnyata Kaantaka"

Meaning: Lord Kaamaarey (another name for Lord Shiva) protects us from the evil. He is the consort of Gauri, the mother goddess. He drank the "Kaala Koota" poison (which was the outcome of the ocean churning). He is the destroyer of the three cities. We seek protection at the feet of Lord Shiva.

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. For each of the postures, there is a particular breathing pattern to be followed. With each posture, a particular mantra - name of the sun is chanted. Surya Namaskar Mantras or Mantras for Surya Namaskara are given below:

Om Mitraaya Namah

Om Ravaye Namah

Om Sooryaya Namah

Om Bhaanave Namah

Om Khagaaya Namah

Om Pooshne Namah

Om Hiranya Garbhaaya Namah

Om Mareechaye Namah

Om Aadityaaya Namah

Om Savitre Namah

Om Arkaaya Namah

Om Bhaaskaraya Namah

Om Sri Savitra Soorya Narayanaaya Namah



Vishnu Mantra

"Shaantaakaaram Bhujagashayanam Padmanaabham Suresham

Vishwaadhaaram Gaganasadrasham Meghavarnam Shubhaangam

Lakshmikaantam Kamalanayanam Yogibhirdhyaanagamyam

Vande Vishnum Bhavabhayaharam Sarvalokaikanaatham"

Meaning: Lord Vishnu is the preserver and protector of the Universe. He is always quiet and rests on the great serpent bed. The lotus of the creative power springs from the navel of Lord Vishnu. He is the Ultimate Power, who supports the entire universe. The divine Lord Vishnu is all-pervading as the sky and dark like the clouds. Vishnu, the lotus-eyed one, is the Lord of Lakshmi. The ascetics (yogis) observe Lord Vishnu through meditation. Lord Vishnu is the destroyer of the fear of Samsar. We surrender to such great lord.

Bhairav

Main (Mula) Mantra :

"OM BATUK BHAIRVAYE NAMHA"

Brahma Gayatri Mantra

Aum Parmeshwaraye Vidmahe

Paratattvaye Dheemahi

Tanno Brahma Prachodayat

Surya

Mula Mantra : Om Suryaye Namah

Surya Gayatri Mantra: Aum Bhaskaraye Vidmahe

Divakraraye Dheemahi

Tanno Suryah Prachodayat

s per the Hindu Religion, Surya symbolizes the Sun God. Surya is considered as the only visible form of God that can be seen every day. God Surya is regarded as an aspect of Shiva and Vishnu by Shaivites and Vaishnavas respectively. Surya is also known as Surya Narayana. Surya, the Sun God is also acknowledged as one of the eight forms of Lord Shiva (Astamurti). Surya is the lord of excellence and wisdom.

Ganesha

Mula Mantra : Om Gan Ganpatye Namah

Ganesha Mantra

Ganesha Mantras are known as Siddhi Mantra (the one with perfection). Each and every mantra is full of energy and power of Lord Ganesha. It is believed that mantras of Ganesha, when chanted with genuine devotion, give positive results. These mantras ward off all trials and troubles gracing the devotee with every success. All mantras are disclosed by the Almighty, through the Intelligence, Vision and Experience of the divinely illuminated and perfected sages and men of integral God-Experience.

Ganesha is the power of knowledge, success and fulfillment. It is believed that people get benefit out of these mantras when chanted with utmost devotion and faith. Success is not far when you have love and respect, faith and understanding, kindness and willpower in your heart and when you are in touch with that power which breaks up all restrictions, obstacles, problems ,difficulties and makes available to you the rays of success, prosperity and abundance. Some such Mantras are given below for the spiritual benefit of the readers -

Special Ganesha Mantras

• Aum Shri Ganeshaya Namah

"Praise to Lord Ganesha". This is the mantra of prayer, love and adoration. It is chanted to get Ganesha's blessings for the positive starting of a project, work or simply to offer him the praise.

• Aum Gan Ganapatye Namah

This is Lord Ganesha's mula ("root") mantra .It is also known as his ''beej'' Mantra. This mantra is used for Yoga Sadhana in which we pray to Lord Ganesha and merge ourself with the supreme knowledge and peace. This is a mantra from Ganapati Upanishad. One can always use it before starting any new venture so that success comes without any hassle.

• Aum Vakratundaya Hum

This is a powerful mantra from Ganesha Purana. When things are not in your favour, or when the minds of the people turn negative, depressed or discouraged, the attention of Ganesha may be drawn by this mantra to straighten their ways. The HUM symbolizes "Delay no more, my Lord, in straightening the paths of the crooked-minded ones." This mantra is used many a times in the Ganesha Purana to reduce the violence of cruel demons. In addition, this mantra could also be used for healing any spinal problem, such as curvature of the spine or curved limbs. Dedicate 1,008 repetitions of this holy word to straighten and heal such deficiencies.

• Aum Kshipra Prasadaya Namah

Kshipra means immediate. If some danger or negative energy is coming your way and you don't know how to get rid of that danger, with true devotion, practice this mantra for quick blessing and purification of one's aura.

• Aum Shrim Hrim Klim Glaum Gam Ganapataye vara varada sarva janamme vashamanaya svaha

There are several beej (seed) mantras in this mantra. Among other things, it says, "Shower Your blessings, O Lord. I offer my ego as an oblation."

• Aum Sumukhaya Namah

This mantra has a lot of meaning, in simple terms, it means you will be always very beautiful in soul, in spirit, in face, everything. By meditating on this mantra, very pleasing manners and a beauty comes on you. Along with that comes peace, which constantly works in your eyes; and the words you speak are all filled with that power of love.

• Aum Ekadantaya Namah

Ekadanta refers to one tusk in the elephant face, which means God broke the duality and made you to have a complete one-pointed mind. Whoever has that oneness of mind and single-minded devotion will achieve everything.

• Aum Kapilaya Namah

Kapila (red) means that you are able to give colour therapy. You are able to create colours around yourself and around others, soak them in that colour and heal them. As per the mantra you create, so will you create the colors. Another meaning is "wish cow," the "cow of plenty." It means that whatever you wish, that comes true. There is a wish-cow inside you. Whatever you wish, especially for curing others, comes true instantly.

• Aum Gajakarnikaya Namah

The ears of Ganesha, the elephant - god, are constant fanning, which means people can talk a lot, but you are not receiving inside anything other than what is important. It also means that you can sit anywhere and tune this celestial tube (the body) with seven channels (chakras) and all 72,000 nadis, to any loka and be able to hear ancestors, angels, the voice of God or the voice of prophets. That kind of inner ear you will develop through this mantra.

• Aum Lambodaraya Namah

This means you feel that you are this universe. It means that all the celestial bodies are within you. Like an entire tree is in the seed, the whole universe is in the sound of creation, which is Aum, and that Aum consciousness in you makes you feel that you are the universe. Therefore, if you say, realizing the oneness with the universe, "shanti to the world" every day, then the grace of God will come and there will be world peace, universal peace. It is the universe within Aum and Aum within you.

• Aum Vikataya Namah

This means realizing this world as a dream or a drama. When you are in that high consciousness, this whole world looks like a dream. All of us have taken a role. We have to play our role in life as wife or husband or children or citizens, all consistent with the role we have taken. When an actor bitten by a sponge cobra that is brought on the stage falls, the entire audience cries; but that boy who has fallen knows it was not a real cobra and he is not dead. Life is a drama --definitely life in this material world, this physical world of ego, is a drama. But inside, like the boy on the stage who is quite happy knowing that he didn't die by the bite of the sponge cobra, like that, the truth never dies in us; it is immortal. So everything else you consider as drama. That consciousness comes to you by knowing this mantra.

• Aum Vighna Nashanaya Namah

This mantra invokes the Lord Ganesha to remove every hindrance in your life and in your works. By constant meditation on this mantra, all obstacles and blocked energy in your physical and cosmological bodies are released.

• Aum Vinayakaya Namah

Vinayaka is the name of Ganesha in the golden age. So by realizing this mantra, your life will have a golden age. In your office, in your work, you'll be the boss. Vinayaka means something under control. Vinayaka means the Lord of resolving problems.

• Aum Ganadhyakshaya Namah

This mantra is very important. Suppose you have a group, a country, neighbours, or any kind of group therapy, group healing or a whole country requiring healing, then you have to bring that entire group to your mind's arena and say this mantra. A group healing takes place by this mantra.

• Aum Bhalachandraya Namah

In Sanskrit, bhala means the forehead center. Chandra means the crescent moon. Bhalachandra means that chakra from where the nectar drips. That is the secret of all healing. It is to feel yourself as Shiva, identifying yourself with the Truth and feeling constantly that you are carrying the crescent moon, the symbol of growth and nectar of peace.

Hanuman

Mula Mantra : Om Shri Hanumate Namah

Hanuman Gayatri Mantra: Aum Anjaneyaye Vidmahe

Mahabalaye Dheemahi

Tanno Hanumat Prachodayat

Shri Hanuman Chalisa

Shri Hanuman Chalisa is a prayer of "forty verses". Verses are recited or chanted by groups. The acts and deeds of Lord Hanuman are recalled in these verses to aid the devotee to meditate on virtuous and noble qualities.

ll Doha ll

Shri Guru Charana Saroj Raja, Nija Mana Mukura Sudhaar l

Baranou Raghubara Bimala Jasu, Jo Daayaku Phala Chaar ll

Buddhi Heena Tanujaanike ,Sumeero Pawana Kumaar l

Bala Buddhi Vidhya Dehu Mohi, Harahu Kalesha Vikaar ll


ll Chaupai ll

Jai Hanuman Gyana Gunasagara, Jai Kapeesa Tihu Loka Ujaagara

Rama Doota Atulita Baladhaamaa, Anjanee Putra Pawanasuta Naama


Mahabir Bikram Bajarangee, Kumatee Nivaara Sumatee Ke Sangee

Kanchana Barana Biraaja Subesha ,Kanana Kundala Kunchita Kesha


Haatha Vajra Aur Dhwajaa Birajay, Kaandhe Moonj Janeun Saaje

Shankara Suvana Kesaree Nandana,Teja Pratapa Maha Jaga Vandana


Vidya Vaana Gunee Aati Chatur, Ramakaja Kareebe Ko Aatur

Prabhu Charitra Suneebe Ko Rasiya,Rama Lakhana Seeta Mana Basiya


Suukshmaroopadhari Siyahi Dikhava,Vikataroopadhari Lanka Jarawaa

Bhima Roopa Dharee Asura Sanhaare, Ramachandra Ke Kaaja Sanwaare


Laaye Sanjeevan Lakhana Jiyaye, Shri Raghubeera Harasheeura Laaye

Raghupatee Keenhi Bahuta Badaayii,Tum Mam Priya Bharata Sama Bhayee


Sahas Badan Tumharo Jas Gave, Asa Kahe Shreepathee Kantha Lagaave

Sanaka Dik Brahma Dee Muneesa, Narada Sharada Sahita Aheesa


Yama Kubera Digapaala Jahan The, Kavi Kovida Kahee Sakay Kahan The

Tum Upakaara Sugreevaheen Keenha, Rama Milaaya Rajapada Deenha


Tumharo Mantra Vibheeshana Maanaa,Lankeshwara Bhaye Saba Jaga Jaanaa

Juga Sahastra Yojana Par Bhanu ,Leelyo Taahi Madhura Phala Jaanu


Prabhu Mudrika Meli Mukha Mayee, Jaladhi Laanghee Gaye Acharaj Nahee

Durgama Kaaja Jagatke Jethe, Sugama Anugraha Tumhare Tete


Rama Duaare Tuma Rakhawaale, Hota Na Aagyan Bina Paysaare

Sab Sukh Lahai Tumhari Sarana, Tum Rakshak Kahoo Ko Darna


Aapan Tej Samhaarao Aape, Teeno Lok Haankate Kaapein

Bhoota Pishaacha Nikata Nahee Aawe, Mahabeera Jaba Naama Sunaavay


Naashai Roga Hare Sab Peera, Japata Nirantara Hanumatha Beera

Sankat Se Hanuman Chodave, Man Krama Bachana Dhyan Jo Laave


Sab Para Raama Tapasvi Raja, Tinake Kaaja Sakal Tum Saaja

Aur Manoratha Jo Koyee Laave, Soyee Amitha Jeevan Phala Paave


Charahu Yuga Parataapa Tumhara, Hai Parasiddha Jagata Ujiyaaraa

Sadhoo Sant Ke Tuma Rakhwaale, Asura Nikandana Raama Dulare


Ashta Siddhi Nava Nidhi Ke Daataa, Asabara Deena Jaankee Maataa

Rama Rasayan Tumhare Paasaa, Sadha Raho Raghupathee Ke Daasaa


Tumhare Bhajan Ram Ko Paave, Janma Janma Ke Dukha Bisaraave

Antha Kaal Raghupatee Pura Jaayee,Jahaa Janma Hari Bhakta Kahayee


Aur Devatha Chit Na Dharayee, Hanumatha Seyi Sarva Sukha Karayee

Sankata Kate Mite Sab Peera , Jo Sumeere Hanumatha Bala Beera


Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosai, Kripa Karahu Gurudeva Kee Naayee

Yah Shata Baar Paatha Kara Joyee, Chutahee Bandhee Maha Sukha Hoyi


Jo Yaha Pade Hanuman Chaleesa, Hoye Siddhi Saakhee Goureesa

Tulasidasa Sada Hari Chera, Keejay Naatha Hridaya Maha Dera

ll Doha ll


Pawana Tanaya Sankat Harana, Mangala Muuratee Rupa l

Rama Lakhana Seeta Sahita, Hridaya Basahu Sura Bhoop ll

Krishna

Mula Mantra : Om Kleem Krishnaya Namah

Krishna Gayatri Mantra: Om Daamodharayae Vidmahee

Rukmani Vallabhaye Dheemahee

Tanno Krishna Prachodayaath

Krishna Aarti

Shri Krishna Aarti completes the worship or prayers made to the God. It is believed that aarti provides a completion to the puja .This arti of lord Krishna is also known as Janmashtami Aarti, which is usually sung on the birthday of Krishna.

Aaratii Yugala Kishora Kii Kiijai |

Tana Mana Dhana Sab Arpana Kiijai ||

Ravi Shashi Koti Vadana Kii Shobhaa |

Taahi Nirakha Meraa Mana Lobhaa ||

Gaura Shyaama Mukha Nikhrata Riijhai l

Prabhu Ko Ruupa Nayana Bhara Pijai ||

Kanchanna Thaala Kapuura Kii Baatii |

Hari Aaye Nirmala Bahii Chaatii ||.

Phuulana Kii Seja Phuulana Kii Maalaa |

Ratna Sinhaasana Baithe Nandalaalaa ||

Mora Mukuta Kara Muralii Sohai |

Natavara Vesha Dekha Mana Mohai ||

Anga Niila Piita Pata Saarii |

Kunja Bihaarii Giravaradhaarii ||

Shri Purushottama Girivara Dhaarii |

Aaratii Karata Sakala Nar Naarii ||

Nanda Nandana Vrushahaanu Kishorii |

Paramaananda Svaamii Avichala Jodii ||

Krishna Chalisa

Krishna Chalisa means a prayer of "forty verse", which praise and entreat Sri Krishna with devotion. They are recited over and over again to recall the virtues of Krishna, the Lord, in order to aid the disciple to meditate on good and righteous qualities.

ll Doha ll

Banshi Shobhit Kar Madhur,Neel Jalad Tanu Shyam l

Arun Adhar Janu Bimba Phal,Nayan Kamal Abhiraam ll

Puran Indu Arvind Mukha, Pitaambar Shubha Saaj l

Jai Manmohan Madan Chhavi,Krishnachandra Maharaj ll

ll Chaupai ll

Jai Yadunandan Jai Jagvandan, Jai Vasudev Devki Nandan

Jai Yashoda Sut Nanda Dulaare,Jai Prabhu Bhaktan Ke Rakhavaare

Jai Natanaagar Naag Nathaiyaa, Krishna Kanhaiya Dhenu Charaiya

Puni Nakh Par Prabhu Girivar Dhaaro,Aao Deenan Kasht Nivaaro

Bansi Madhur Adhar Dhari Teri, Hove Puran Manorath Meri

Aao Hari Puni Maakhan Chaakho, Aaj Laaj Bhaktan Ki Raakho


Gol Kapol Chibuk Arunaare,Mridul Muskaan Mohini Daare

Ranjit Raajiv Nayan Vishaalaa, Mor Mukut Vaijayanti Maalaa


Kundal Shravan Peetpat Aache, Kati Kinkini Kaachhan Kaachhe

Neel Jalaj Sundar Tanu Sohe,Chhavi Lakhi Sur Nar Muni Mana Mohe

Mastak Tilak Alak Ghunghraale, Aao Shyaam Bansuri Vaale

Kari Pai Paan, Putanaahin Taaryo, Akaa Bakaa Kaaga Sur Maaryo


Madhuvan Jalat Agni Jab Jvaala, Bhaye Sheetal ,Lakhitahin Nandalala

Surpati Jab Brij Chadhyo Risaai, Musar Dhaar Baari Barsaai


Lagat-Lagat Brij Chahan Bahaayo, Govardhan Nakhdhari Bachaayo.

Lakhi Yashodaa Man Bhram Adhikaai,Mukh Mahan Chaudah Bhuvan Dikhaai


Dusht Kansa Ati Udham Machaayo, Koti Kamal Kahan Phul Mangaayo.

Naathi Kaaliyahin Tab Tum Linhen, Charanchinh Dai Nirbhay Kinhe


Kari Gopin Sang Raas Vilaasa, Sab Ki Puran Kari Abhilashaa

Ketik Mahaa Asur Sanhaaryo, Kansahi Kesh Pakadi Dai Maaryo


Maatu Pitaa Ki Bandi Chhudaayi, Ugrasen Kahan Raaj Dilaayi

Mahi Se Mritak Chhaho Sut Laayo, Matu Devaki Shok Mitaayo


Bhomaasur Mura Daitya Sanhaari, Laaye Shatdash Sahas Kumaari

Dai Bhinhin Trincheer Sanhaara, Jaraasindhu Raakshas Kahan Maara


Asur Vrikaasur Aadik Maaryo, Bhaktan Ke Tab Kasht Nivaariyo

Deen Sudaamaa Ke Dukh Taaryo, Tandul Teen Muthi Mukh Daaryo


Prem Ke Saag Vidura Ghar Maange, Duryodhan Ke Mevaa Tyaage

Laakhi Premki Mahimaa Bhaari, Naumi Shyam Deenan Hitkaari


Maarath Ke Paarath Rath Haanke, Liye Chakra Kar Nahin Bal Thaake

Nij Gitaa Ke Gyaan Sunaaye, Bhaktan Hriday Sudhaa Barsaaye


Meera Thi Aisi Matvaali, Vish Pee Gayi Bajaakar Taali

Raanaa Bhejaa Saamp Pitaari, Shaaligraam Bane Banvaari


Nij Maayaa Tum Vidhihin Dikhaayo, Urate Sanshay Sakal Mitaayo

Tav Shat Nindaa Kari Tatkaalaa, Jivan Mukt Bhayo Shishupaalaa


Jabahin Draupadi Ter Lagaai, Deenanaath Laaj Ab Jaai

Asa Anaatha Ke Naath Kanhaiyaa, Dubat Bhanvar Bachaavat Naiyaa


Sundardaas Aas Ura Dhaari, Dayadrishti Keeje Banwaari

Naath Sakal Mam Kumati Nivaaro, Chhamobegi Apraadh Hamaaro


Kholo Pat Ab Darshan Deeje, Bolo Krishna Kanhaiya Ki Jai

ll Doha ll

Yah Chalisa Krishna Ka, Path Kare Ur Dhaari l l

Asht Siddhi Nav Niddhi Phal, Lahe Padaarath Chaari l

Different Names of Lord Krishna

Sri Krishna is one of the most lovable deities of the Hindu Religion. Lord Krishna is regarded as the eighth incarnation or avatar of Lord Vishnu. Krishna took birth in the Dwaparyuga, according to the Hindu Mythology. God Krishna is the personification of love and ecstasy that vanishes all pain and sin. Sri Krishna is often depicted as a cowherd's boy, who loves curd and butter. Lord Krishna is also associated with the Raas-Leela, in which he is always surrounded by the Gopis (Young cowherd girls). Krishna's immense love for Radha is immortal and the couple is usually remembered as Radha-Krishna. Sri Krishna is known by many different names. This list contains 108 names of Lord Krishna with their meanings:


Names Meanings

Achala Still Lord

Achyuta Infallible Lord

Adbhutah Wonderful God

Adidev The Lord of the Lords

Aditya the Son of Aditi

Ajanma One Who Is Limitless and Endless

Ajaya the Conqueror of Life and Death

Akshara Indestructible Lord

Amrut One Who Is Sweet as Nectar

Anaadih One Who Is the First Cause

Anandsagar Compassionate Lord

Ananta the Endless Lord

Anantajit Ever Victorious Lord

Anaya One Who Has No Leader

Aniruddha One Who Cannot Be Obstructed

Aparajeet the Lord Who Cannot Be Defeated

Avyukta One Who Is As Clear As Crystal

Balgopal the Child Krishna, the All Attractive

Bali the Lord of Strength

Chaturbhuj Four-Armed Lord

Danavendra Granter of Boons

Dayalu Repository of Compassion

Dayanidhi the Compassionate Lord

Devadidev the God of the Gods

Devakinandan Son of Mother Devaki

Devesh Lord of the Lords

Dharmadhyaksha the Lord OF Dharma

Dwarkapati Lord of Dwarka

Gopal One Who Plays With the Cowherds, the Gopas

Gopalpriya Lover of Cowherds

Govinda One who pleases the Cows and the Nature.

Gyaneshwar the Lord of Knowledge

Hari the Lord of Nature

Hiranyagarbha the All Powerful Creator

Hrishikesh the Lord of All Senses

Jagadguru Preceptor of the Universe

Jagadisha Protector of All

Jagannath Lord of the Universe

Janardhana One Who Bestows Boons on One And All

Jayantah Conqueror of All Enemies

Jyotiraaditya the Resplendence of the Sun

Kamalnath the Lord of Goddess Lakshmi

Kamalnayan the Lord with Lotus Shaped Eyes

Kamsantak Slayer of Kamsa

Kanjalochana the Lotus-Eyed God

Keshava One Who Has Long, Black Matted Locks

Krishna Dark-Complexioned Lord

Lakshmikantam the Lord of Goddess Lakshmi

Lokadhyaksha Lord of All the Three Lokas (Worlds)

Madan the Lord of Love

Madhava Knowledge Filled God

Madhusudan Slayer of Demon Madhu

Mahendra Lord of Indra

Manmohan All Pleasing Lord

Manohar Beautiful Lord

Mayur the Lord Who Has A Peacock Feathered-Crest

Mohan All Attractive God

Murali the Flute Playing Lord

Murlidhar One Who Holds the Flute

Murlimanohar the Flute Playing God

Nandgopala the Son of Nand

Narayana the Refuge of Everyone

Niranjana the Unblemished Lord

Nirguna without Any Properties

Padmahasta One Who Has Hands like Lotus

Padmanabha the Lord Who Has a Lotus Shaped Navel

Parabrahmana the Supreme Absolute Truth

Paramatma Lord of All Beings

Parampurush Supreme Personality

Parthasarthi Charioteer of Partha – Arjuna

Prajapati Lord of All Creatures

Punyah Supremely Pure

Purshottam the Supreme Soul

Ravilochana One who's Eye Is the Sun

Sahasraakash Thousand-Eyed Lord

Sahasrajit One Who Vanquishes Thousands

Sahasrapaat Thousand-Footed Lord

Sakshi All Witnessing Lord

Sanatana the Eternal Lord

Sarvajana Omniscient Lord

Sarvapalaka Protector of All

Sarveshwar Lord of All Gods

Satyavachana One Who Speaks Only the Truth

Satyavrata the Truth Dedicated Lord

Shantah Peaceful Lord

Shreshta the Most Glorious Lord

Shrikanta Beautiful Lord

Shyam Dark-Complexioned Lord

Shyamsundara Lord of the Beautiful Evenings

Sudarshana Handsome Lord

Sumedha Intelligent Lord

Suresham Lord of All Demi-Gods

Swargapati Lord of Heavens

Trivikrama Conqueror of All the Three Worlds

Upendra Brother of Indra

Vaikunthanatha Lord of Vaikuntha, the Heavenly Abode

Vardhamaanah the Formless Lord

Vasudev All Prevailing Lord

Vishnu All Prevailing Lord

Vishwadakshinah Skilfull and Efficient Lord

Vishwakarma Creator of the Universe

Vishwamurti Form of the Entire Universe

Vishwarupa One Who Displays the Universal Form

Vishwatma Soul of the Universe

Vrishaparvaa Lord of Dharma

Yadavendra King of the Yadav Clan

Yogi the Supreme Master

Yoginampati Lord of the Yogis



Lord Rama

Mula Mantra : Om Sri Ramaya Namah

Rama Gayatri Mantra : Aum Dasarathaye Vidmahe

Sitavallabhaya Dheemahi

Tanno Ramah Prachodayat



Shiva



Mula Mantra : Om Namah Shivaye

Shiva Gayatri Mantra: Aum Panchvakraye Vidmahe

Mahadevaye Dheemahi

Tanno Rudra Prachodayat

Shiva Chalisa

Shiva Chalisa is a "forty verse" prayer. Verses are recited or chanted by groups. The acts and deeds of Shiva are recalled in these verses to aid the devotee to meditate on virtuous and noble qualities.


ll Doha ll

Jai Ganesh Girija Suvan, Mangal Mool Sujaan l l

Kahat Ayodhyadas Tum, Dehu Abhaya Vardan l


ll Chaupai ll

Jai Girijapati Deen Dayala, Sada Karat Santan Pratipala

Bhal Chandrama Sohati Neeke, Kanan Kundal Nag Phani Ke


Ang Gaur Shiv Ganga Bahaye, Mundamal Tan Kshar Lagaye

Vastra Khaal Baghambar Sohe, Chhavi Ko Dekh Nag Muni Mohe


Maina Matu Ki Priya Dulari, Bam Ang Sohat Chhavi Pyari

Kar Trishul Sohat Chhavi Bhari, Karat Sada Shatrun Shaykari


Nandi Ganesh Sohe Tanha Kaise, Sagar Madhya Kamal Hain Jaise

Kartik Shyam Aur Gana Raau, Ya Chhavi Ko Kahi Jaat Na Kaau


Devan Jabhee Jaaye Pukara,Tabahin Dukh Prabhu Ap Nivaara

Keen Upadrava Taarak Bhari, Devan Sab Mili Tumhee Pukari


Turat Shadanan Ap Pathayo, Luv Nimesh Mahi Mar Girayo

Ap Jallandhar Asur Sanhara, Suyash Tumhar Vidit Sansara


Tripurasur Sang Yuddha Machayi, Sabahin Kripa Kari Leen Bachayi

Keeya Taphin Bhagirath Bhari, Purahi Pratigya Tasu Purari


Darpa Chhod Ganga Tab Ayee, Sewak Astuti Karat Sadahee

Ved Naam Mahima Tav Gayaee, Akath Anadi Bhed Nahin Payee


Pragati Udadhi Manthan Mein Jwala, Jare Surasur Bhaye Vihaala

Mahadeva Tab Kari Sahayee, Neelkantha Tav Nam Dharayee


Poojan Ramchandra Jab Keenha, Lanka Jeet Vibhishan Deenha

Sahas Kamal me ho rahe dhaari, Keenha Pareeksha Tabahi Purari


Ek Kamal Prabhu Rakheu johee, Kamal Nayan Poojan Chahin Soyee

Kathin Bhakti Dekhi Prabhu Shankar, Bhaye Prasanna Deya Icchhit Var


Jai Jai Jai Ananta Avinasi, Karat Kripa Sab Ke Ghatvasi

Dushta Sakal Mohi Nitya Sataven, Bhramita Rahe Mohe Chain Na Aave


Trahi Trahi Main Nath Pukaro, Yeh Avasar Mohi Ani Ubaro

Lai Trishool Shatrun Ko Maro, Sankat Se Mohi Ani Ubaro


Mata Pita Bhrata Sab Hoi, Sankat Mein Poochat Nahi Koi

Swami Ek Hai Aas Tumhari, Aaye Harahu Mam Sankat Bhaari



Dhan Nirdhan Kon Det Sadaee, Arat Jan Ki Peer Mitaee

Astuti Kehi Vidhi Karahu Tumhari, Shamhu Naath Ab Chook Hamari


Shanker Ho Sankat Ke Nashan, Vighna Vinashan Mangal Kaaran

Yogi Yati Muni Dhyan Lagave, Sharad Narad Sheesh Navave


Namo Namo Jai Namah Shivaye, Sur Brahmadik Par Na Paaye

Jo Yeh Path Kare Man Layee, Tapar Hot Hain Shambu Sahayee


Riniya Jo Koi Ho Adhikaari, Paath Kare So Paavanhaari

Putra Heen Ichha Kar Koi, Nishchaya Shiv Prasad Tehi Hoi



Pandit Triyodashi Ko Lave, Dhyan Poorvak Hom Karave

Triyodashi Vrata Kare Hamesha, Tan Nahi Take Rahe Kalesha


Dhoop Deep Naivedya Chadhavai, Shanker Sanmukha Path Karavahi

Janam Janam Ki Pap Nasave, Anta Vaas Shivpur Men Paave



Hey Shankar Hai Aas Tumhari, Dukh Peera Ab Harahu Hamari

ll Doha ll

Nit Nem Kar Praatha Hee ,Paath Karo Chaalis l

Tum Meri Manokaamna, Puran Karo Jagdeesh ll

Magsar Chhati Hemant Ritu, Sanvat Chausadh Jaan l

Astuti Chaalisa Shivhi, Puran Keen Kalyaan ll


Shiva Legends

Shiva is considered as the destroyer of the universe, in Hinduism. Shiva is a complex god, in terms of nature and represents contradictory qualities, being the destroyer and the restorer simultaneously. There are numerous legends surrounding Lord Shiva and his powers. Here're a few popular stories of Lord Shiva.

Story of Shiva Lingam - Why Shiva is worshipped in the Phallic Form

This is an interesting story regarding the worship of Lord Shiva in the phallic form. It is believed that once Brahma and Vishnu, the two deities of the Trinity, got into an argument regarding their supremacy. Lord Brahma declared himself to be more admired, being the creator. While the preserver, Vishnu, pronounced that he commanded more admiration. Just then a huge pillar of fire (lingam), called as Jyotirlinga, appeared in flames, before them. This Lingam enthralled both Brahma and Vishnu, with its hastily increasing size.

With this incident, they forgot their quarrel and decided to find its size. Vishnu took the form of boar and went to the netherworld. Brahma assumed the form of a Swan and flew to the skies. However both of them were unsuccessful in completing the self-assumed tasks. At that time, Shiva appeared out of the lingam and acknowledged that he was the progenitor of both, Brahma and Vishnu. So, he should be worshipped in his phallic (lingam) form, and not in the anthropomorphic form.

Story of Shiva and the Hunter

Here is one more interesting story of Lord Shiva, showing his merciful nature. Once a hunter was wandering in a dense forest, to chase a deer and suddenly he found himself on the banks of river Kolidum, where he heard the roar of a tiger. In order to defend himself from the tiger, he climbed up a tree close by. The Tiger sat on the ground below the tree without the purpose to leave.

The huntsman stayed at the tree whole night and to keep himself awake, he plucked one leaf after another from the tree and threw it down. There was a Shiva Lingam under the tree and gracefully the tree turned out to be a ''bilva'' tree (leaves of this tree are adored by Shiva). Without any knowledge, the huntsman had delighted the deity by pouring Bilva leaves all night. With the arrival of the sun, the hunter looked down and found the tiger gone. In its place, Lord Shiva was standing and he prostate before the lord. With Shiva's blessings, he attained salvation from the bondage of the material world.

Different Names of Shiva

Lord Shiva is considered as the destroyer of the Universe as per the Hindu Mythology. Shiva is one of the most popular gods of the Hindus. Lord Shiva is a complex god like goddess Kali, being destroyer and restorer at the same time. Shiva is also known as Bhole Shankar, the innocent god, who gets appeased easily. Shiv Shambhu is also recognized as an ascetic, as he resides on Mount Kailash in meditation. God Shiv is worshipped usually in his phallic (Lingam) form. Special Worship of Shiva can be seen during the month of Saawan (July-August) of Hinduism. Lord Shiva is known by many different names. This list contains 108 names of Lord Shiva with their meanings:

Names Meanings

Aashutosh One Who Fulfills Wishes at once

Aja Unborn

Akshayaguna God with Numberless Attributes

Anagha Without Any error

Anantadrishti of Infinite Vision

Augadh One Who Revels All the Time

Avyayaprabhu Everlasting Lord

Bhairav Lord of Terror

Bhalanetra One Who Has an Eye in the Forehead

Bholenath Kind Hearted Lord

Bhooteshwara Lord of Ghosts and Evil Beings

Bhudeva Lord of the Earth

Bhutapala Protector of the Ghosts

Chandrapal Master Of The Moon

Chandraprakash One Who Has Moon As A Crest

Dayalu Compassionate

Devadeva Lord Of The Lords

Dhanadeepa Lord Of Affluence

Dhyanadeep Icon Of Meditation And Concentration

Dhyutidhara Lord Of Radiance

Digambara Ascetic Without Any Clothes

Durjaneeya Difficult To Be Known

Durjaya Unvanquished

Gangadhara God Of River Ganga

Girijapati Husband Of Girija (Parvati)

Gunagrahin Acceptor Of Gunas

Gurudeva Master Of All

Hara Remover Of Sins

Jagadisha Master Of The Universe

Jaradhishamana Redeemer From Afflictions

Jatin One Who Has Knotted Hair

Kailas One Who Bestows Peace

Kailashadhipati Lord Of Mount Kailash

Kailashnath Master Of Mount Kailash

Kamalakshana Lotus-Eyed Lord

Kantha Ever-Radiant

Kapalin One WhoWears A Necklace Of Skulls

Khatvangin One Who Has The Missile (Khatvangin) In His Hand

Kundalin One Who Wears Earrings

Lalataksha One Who Has An Eye In The Forehead

Lingadhyaksha Lord Of The Lingas

Lingaraja Lord Of The Lingas

Lokankara Maker Of The Three Worlds

Lokapal One Who Takes Care Of The World

Mahabuddhi Exceptionally Intelligent

Mahadeva Greatest God

Mahakala Lord Of All Times

Mahamaya Of Great Illusions

Mahamrityunjaya Great Victor Of Death

Mahanidhi Great Storehouse

Mahashaktimaya One Who Has Infinite Powers

Mahayogi Supreme of All Gods

Mahesha The Almighty

Maheshwara Lord of the Lords

Nagabhushana One Who Has Snakes as Ornaments

Nataraja King of the Art of Dancing

Nilakantha Blue Necked Lord

Nityasundara Ever Beautiful

Nrityapriya Lover of Dance

Omkara Originator of OM

Palanhaar One Who Protects Everyone

Parameshwara First among All Gods

Paramjyoti Greatest Splendor

Pashupati Lord of All Living Beings

Pinakin One Who Has a Bow In His Hand

Pranava Originator of the Syllable of OM

Priyabhakta Favorite of the Devotees

Priyadarshana of Loving Vision

Pushkara One Who Gives Nourishment

Pushpalochana One Who Has Eyes like Flowers

Ravilochana Having Sun as the Eye

Rudra the Dreadful

Rudraksha One Who Has Eyes like Rudra

Sadashiva Eternal God

Sanatana Eternal Lord

Sarvacharya Preceptor of All

Sarvashiva Always Chaste

Sarvatapana Scorcher of All

Sarvayoni Source of Everything

Sarveshwara Lord of All Gods

Shambhu One Who Bestows Prosperity

Shankara One Who Gives Happiness

Shiva Always Pure

Shoolin One Who Has a Trident (Trishool)

Shrikantha of Magnificent Neck

Shrutiprakasha Illuminator of the Vedas

Shuddhavigraha One Who Has a Pure Body

Skandaguru Preceptor of Skanda

Someshwara Lord of All Gods

Sukhada Bestower of Happiness

Suprita Well Pleased

Suragana Having Gods As Attendants

Sureshwara Lord Of All Gods

Swayambhu Self-Manifested

Tejaswani One Who Spreads Illumination

Trilochana Three-Eyed Lord

Trilokpati Master of All the Three Worlds

Tripurari Enemy of Tripura

Trishoolin One Who Has a Trident in His Hands

Umapati Husband of Uma (Parvati)

Vachaspati Lord of Speech

Vajrahasta One Who Has a Thunderbolt in His Hands

Varada Granter of Boons

Vedakarta Creator of the Vedas

Veerabhadra Supreme Lord of the Nether World

Vishalaksha Wide-Eyed Lord s

Vishveshwara Lord of the Universe

Vrishavahana One Who Has Bull as His Mount



Vishnu

Mula Mantra : Om Namo Bhagwate Vasudevaya

Vishnu Gayatri Mantra: Om Narayanaya Vidmahee

Vasudevaya Dheemahi

Tanno Vishnu Prachodayaat



Hindu Goddesses

Durga

Mula Mantra : Om Sri Durgaya Namah

Durga Gayatri Mantra: Aum Girijaye Cha Vidmahe

Shiva Priyaye Cha Dheemahi

Tanno Durga Prachodayat

Lakshmi

Mula Mantra : Om Sri Maha Lakshmyai Namah

Saraswati

Mula Mantra : Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah



Saraswati Gayatri Mantra: Aum Saraswatye Cha Vidmahe

Brahmaputriye Cha

Dheemahi Tanno Saraswati Prachodayat



Kali

Mula Mantra : Om Kreem Kalikaye Namah

Radha

Radha Gayatri Mantra

Aum Vrashbhanujaye Vidmahe

Krishnapriyaye Dheemahi

Tanno Radha Prachodayat


Sita

Sita Gayatri Mantra : Aum Janaknandiniye Vidmahe

Bhumijayai Dheemahi

Tanno Sita Prachodayat


Bedtime Sloka

Bedtime is the time when people want to relax themselves after the long hectic schedules of the day. It is considerable to remember God at such time. Following Bedtime Sloka / Shloka is a bedtime prayer of the Hindus.

Bedtime Sloka

Bedtime is the time when people want to relax themselves after the long hectic schedules of the day. It is considerable to remember God at such time. Following Bedtime Sloka / Shloka is a bedtime prayer of the Hindus.

"Karacharana Krn Itam Vaakkaayajam Karmajam Vaa,

Shravananayanajam Vaa Maanasam Vaaparaadham,

Vihitamavihitam Vaa Sarvametatkshamasva,

Jaya Jaya Karunaabdhe Shriimahaadeva Shambho"

Meaning: The literal meaning of the mantra is: "O God, kindly pardon my incorrect actions done consciously or unconsciously, either through my organs of action (hand, feet, and speech) or through my organs of perception (eyes, ears) or by my mind. I adore the God, who is the ocean of kindness".

Significance: By God's grace, we have completed one more day of our life. So, in order to thank god and to ask for his mercy, one can recite this Sloka. This bedtime Sloka is a prayer to God asking him to excuse our mistakes and maintain his mercy on us.

Bhagavad Gita Slokas

Slokas are verses in the praise of God. Shlokas from Bhagwad Gita are renowned for their massive power. Gita Slokas bring the idea of spirituality to our mind. Slokas of Bhagavad Gita can be recited in order to get the peace of mind. Daily chant of these slokas, with their meanings kept in the mind

Bhagavad Gita Slokas

Slokas are verses in the praise of God. Shlokas from Bhagwad Gita are renowned for their massive power. Gita Slokas bring the idea of spirituality to our mind. Slokas of Bhagavad Gita can be recited in order to get the peace of mind. Daily chant of these slokas, with their meanings kept in the mind, makes the person aware about the fact of material world and the celestial world. Gita Slokas tell about the eternal divine world which is pure and serene. These slokas make the person realize the purpose, for what he/she has come in this world.

Following are some of the Slokas from Bhagavad Gita with their meanings:

"Cancalam Hi Manah Krsna Pramathi Balavaddrdham

Tasyaham Nigraham Manye Vayoriva Suduskaram"

This Sloka states that the Individual self is the traveler in the chariot of the material body and the intelligence is the driver. Mind is the driving instrument and the senses are the horses. Thus, the self is the enjoyer or sufferer in the relationship of the mind and senses.

"Balam Balavatam Caham Kamaragavivarjitam

Dharmaviruddho Bhutesu Kamo'smi Bharatarsabha"

The Sloka says that God is detached and passionless strength of the dominant and the virtuous craving in men.

Ye Caiva Sattvika Bhava Rajasastamasasca Ye

Matta Everti Tanviddhi Na Tvaham Tesu Temay


This Shloka tells that God is the only source of all good (satva), obsessive (rajas) and dark (tamas) elements still, they are not within the God nor the deity is within them.

"Tribhirgunamayairbhavairebhih Sarvamidam Jagat

Mohitam Nabhijanati Mamebhyah Paramavyayam"

This Sloka states that the whole world is engrossed in the three elements of Satva, Raja, and Tama .This is the reason, people don't recognize the Eternal God who is beyond them.

"Daivi Hyesa Gunamayi Mama Maya Duratyaya

Mameva Ye Prapadyante Mayametam Taranti Te"

The Shloka states that the celestial maya of God with its threefold attributes is very complex. Yet, those who worship God are able to conquer it.

"Na Mam Duskrtino Mudhah Prapadyante Naradhamah

Mayayapahrtajnana Asuram Bhavamasritah"

This Shloka says that people who are attracted by maya of God lose their mind. They get fascinated by the baser impulses and stop worshipping God. These people are stupid and evil who don't even understand that all these things are part of the web created by the Almighty.

"Caturvidha Bhajante Mam Janah Sukrtino'rjuna

Arto Jijnasurartharthi Jnani Ca Bharatarsabha"


This Sloka says that there are four kinds of good people who worship god, those who desire earthly gains, those who are suffering, those who seek knowledge and those who possess wisdom.


"Tesam Jnani Nityayukta Ekabhaktirvisisyate

Priyo Hi Jnanino'tyarthamaham Sa Ca Mama Priyah"


This Shloka tells that out of the devotees, there are some wise people who want something in return and the people who don't expect any fruit in return of the worship. God loves the people who don't expect anything in return as their love towards the god is true.


"Udarah Sarva Evaite, Jnani Tvatmaiva Me Matam

Asthitah Sa Hi Yuktatma Mamevanuttamam Gatim"


This Sloka states that all those who worship God are commendable. But the outstanding devotees, who worship God with the single motive to merge in the God, are the true devotees who have achieved the highest aim of life.

Early Morning Sloka

Early Morning is considered as the best time to worship God. Early morning is also known as "Brahma Mahurat" in the Hindu Mythology. It is regarded that prayers made at this time reach directly to the God. Early Morning Shloka (Sloka) is given here which also serves as the first prayer of the day to the almighty.

Early Morning Sloka

Early Morning is considered as the best time to worship God. Early morning is also known as "Brahma Mahurat" in the Hindu Mythology. It is regarded that prayers made at this time reach directly to the God. Early Morning Shloka (Sloka) is given here which also serves as the first prayer of the day to the almighty.

Karaagre Vasate Lakshmi Karamadhye Sarasvati,

Karamuule Tu Govinda Prabhaate Karadarshanam,

Samudravasane Devi Parvatastanamandale,

Vishhnupatni Namastubhyam Paadasparsham Kshamasva Me

Meaning: The front part of the hands (the finger tips) is credited to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. The middle part or palm is credited to Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and the root (the part of hand near the wrist) to Govinda. So, every morning, one should have a reverent look at one's hand which represents sincere labor.

I bow to Mother Earth, who has mountains and jungles on her body and whose clothing is made by the ocean. The wife of Lord Vishnu, please pardon me for touching you with my feet.

It is considered propitious to start the day with this sincere prayer.

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