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5 Ancient Mantras

5 Ancient Mantras That Will Transform Your Life

5 Ancient Mantras 1) Mantra: OM Translation: The sound of the universe. It’s the first, original vibration, representing the birth, death and re-birth process. Modern adaptation: Chanting the sound OM brings us into harmonic resonance with the universe – this is a scientific fact! OM is said to vibrate at 432 Hertz, which is the natural musical pitch of the ...

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Hanuman Ji Bhajan

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Hanuman Ji Bhajan Bolo bajrang bali ki jai, bol pavanputra hanumaan ki jai Bole bole hanuman bolo bhakto siya ram Shri ram ke charno mein bante bigade kaam Bole bole hanuman bolo bhakto siya ram Shri ram ke charno mein bante bigade kaam Uski shobha hai vishnu mein, uski shobha hai mohan si Tulsi ne jab sheesh jhukaya, dhanus bani ...

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Navagraha Mantra for removing Obstacles in Life

Navagraha

Navagraha Mantra for removing Obstacles in Life Navagraha Mantra According to Hindu Vedic Astrology, the unfavorable position of Planets in the Horoscope is responsible for all the hardships and struggles faced by us despite of the hard work and efforts we put in to improve our lives. The placement of the nine planets in the Horoscope points out the karmic ...

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Meditation On Lord Shiva

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Meditation On Lord Shiva Shaantam padmaasanastham shashadharamakutam panchavaktram trinetram, Shoolam vajram cha khadgam parashumabhayadam dakshinaange vahantam; Naagam paasham cha ghantaam damaruka sahitam chaankusham vaamabhaage, Naanaalankaara deeptam sphatika maninibham paarvateesham namaami. MEANING: I prostrate myself before the five-faced Lord of Parvati, who is adorned with various ornaments, who shines like the crystal jewel, who is seated peacefully in the lotus pose, ...

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Shri Krishna Mantras

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Shri Krishna Mantras Lord Krishna is one of the most popular and worshiped deities of the Hindu religion. He is an Avatar of Lord Vishnu and central character of the great Epic Mahabharata. The death of Krishna marks the beginning of the Kaliyuga. It is believed that chanting Shri Krishna’s name takes away all the miseries and griefs from one’s ...

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Makar Sankranti

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Makar Sankranti Makar Sankranti is considered as one of the most auspicious days for Hindus. The festival is celebrated differently in different parts of India. Thousands of people take a dip in the river Ganga and pray to the Sun God. The southern parts of India also celebrated the festival as Pongal and in Punjab as Maghi. In Gujarat, celebrations ...

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Mantras of Annapurna – The Goddess of Food and Nourishment

Mantras of Annapurna

Mantras of Annapurna – The Goddess of Food and Nourishment Goddess Annapurna is the Hindu Goddess of food and nourishment and is considered as the sustainer of prosperity. In Sanskrit Language the word ‘Anna’ means food and grains and ‘Purna’ means full or complete. It is believed that by worshiping this goddess one will never be out of food anytime ...

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Goddess Lakshmi Mantras for Prosperity

Lakshmi Chalisa

Goddess Lakshmi Mantras for Prosperity Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped during the occasion of Diwali, the festival of Lights. It is said that this goddess would bless those who purify their souls with the oil of knowledge (Gita) so that it can be rekindled just as the flame of diyas which is why diyas are lighted and our houses are cleaned ...

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Kala Bhairava Mantras

Kala Bhairava Mantras

Kala Bhairava Mantras Lord Bhairav is considered to be the incarnation of Lord Shiva. Kalabhairava is the Lord of the March of Time. The Sanskrit meaning of the word ‘Bhairava’ is ‘Terrible’ or ‘Frightful’. Kaal Bhairav Ashtakam composed by Shri Adi Shankaracharya is devoted to in Kaal Bhairav. Bhairav is a fierce form of Lord Shiva. There are several legends ...

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Gayathri Mantra of sun

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Gayathri Mantra of sun Sun Worship is a ritual followed by thousands of devotees in Hindu Religion. Most Hindus start their day by worshiping the sun God. It is believed that worshiping this God gives energy and good health, which in turn leads to Money and prosperity. References to sun worship are found in Vedas and Puranas. All living beings ...

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