‘OM Bhaskaraya Vidmahe Mahadyutikaraya Dhimahi Tanno Adityah Pracodayat’ guess this Gayathri Mantra?

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 on the face of the earth get their life force only due to the rays of the sun. Hindus, therefore, worship Sun as the life giver of the entire universe and witness of all actions. The Hindu Calendar has the first day of the week is named after the sun god. In legends, the Sun God is portrayed as seated on a chariot drawn by seven horses. He is said to be the son of Aditi and Kashyapa. Some other names of this Sun God( Surya Dev) are Suraj, Aditya, Ravi, Bhaskara, and Bhanu.

‘OM Bhaskaraya Vidmahe

Mahadyutikaraya Dhimahi

Tanno Adityah Pracodayat’

‘OM Bhaskaraya Vidmahe

Jyotiskaraya dhimahI

Tanno Adityah Pracodayat’

‘OM Divakaraya Vidmahe

Maha dyutikaraya dhimahi

Tanno Adityah Pracodayat’

‘OM Adityaya Vidmahe

Sahasra Kiranaya dhimahi

Tanno bhanuh Pracodayat’

‘OM Tat Bhaskaraya Vidmahe

Prabhakaraya dhimahi

Tanno bhanuh Pracodayat’

‘OM Bhaskaraya Vidmahe

Divakaraya dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

‘OM Prabhakaraya Vidmahe

Divakaraya dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

‘OM Adityaya Vidmahe

Martandaya dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

‘OM Asvadhvajaya Vidmahe

Pasahastaya dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

‘OM Bhaskaraya Vidmahe

Sahasra rasmaye dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

‘OM Asvadhvajaya Vidmahe

Padmahastaya dhimahi

Tanno Suryah Pracodayat’

Credits:anamikas