Sanskrit Mantras

Sanskrit Mantras

A mantra is a word or term of power. Every mantra has a specific and exact power. The word “mantra” is derived from two Sanskrit words. “Man” is from “manas” or mind. “Tra” is from “trai” meaning to protect or free from. The idea is that a mantra will free the seeker from the limited mind. Sanskrit is known as the Mother tongue because it is the root of so many other languages. Each letter of the Sanskrit alphabet carries a vibration that unites the mind with pure sound. Thus, mantras act like a bridge between the finite and the infinite.

Agni Deva Mantra

Agni Deva Mantra

Symbolic and physical fire have been associated with religious traditions around the world for ages. Agni Deva is the Hindu God of Fire. Learn more about Agni Deva and his mantra.

Astrology Mantras

Astrological mantras are designed to mitigate challenges and amplify positive configurations. These simple mantras are based on the Vedic astrological system. Listen to astrological mantras.

Durga Mantra

Durga is a form of the Goddess or Divine Mother in Hinduism. She is also known as Devi and Shakti. Durga is a warrior goddess defending the soul of the spiritual aspirant. More about Durga.

Ganesha Mantra

Ganesha is one of the most well-known and popular deities in the Hindu pantheon. He is the colorful and memorable elephant-headed son of Shiva and Parvati. Listen to a mantra to Ganesha.

Ganga Mata Mantra

Mataji is an Eastern adept and an expression of the Divine Mother (Mata). Mataji is the embodiment of compassion. Mataji and Babaji are Hindu deities appearing together.

Hanuman Mantra

Hanuman is the monkey-god, hero of epics and stories in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. In Hinduism, Hanuman is the ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and central to the epic poem Ramayana.

Astrea Goddess Starry Mother in Selected Ancient Deities

Jagadamba Mantra

Jagadamba is the “mother of the world” or “mother of the universe.” In the form of Jagadamba, the Divine Mother is a peaceful creator that initiates the next cycle of life.

Kali Mantra

The words to this Kali Mantra are “Om Hrim Hum Hrim Kali Shakti Namaha.” Most of this mantra is composed of powerful single syllables known as bija or seed syllables. 

Krishna Mantra

Krishna is one of the most significant deities in Hinduism. He is the eighth incarnation of Vishnu, one of the three persons of the Hindu trinity. Listen to Krishna mantras here!

Lakshmi Mantra

Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, is the personification of all that is good, helpful and beneficial. Lakshmi is the consort of Vishnu, one of the three deities in the Hindu trinity. 

Lalita Mantra

Lalita is one of the many forms of the Divine Mother. She is a pink goddess, expressing love and motherly concern to all. Lalita loves even her most wayfaring children.  

Mantra for Emotional Healing

Find a mantra that will assist you in transforming whatever negative emotion is a challenge for you: fear, anger, envy and so forth. Includes a music video for the mantra to transform fear.

Mataji Mantra

Mataji is an Eastern adept and an expression of the Divine Mother (Mata). Mataji is the embodiment of compassion. Mataji and Babaji are Hindu deities appearing together.

Nataraja Mantras

The dance of Nataraja is called Tandava. The dance is the source of all movement within the universe. “Sundara” means “beautiful” or “lovely.” Listen here.

Parvati Mantra

Parvati is the Hindu deity of fertility, love and devotion as well as divine strength and power. Parvati’s mantra activates the energy of the Divine Feminine or the Great Goddess.

Saraswati Mantra

Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of wisdom, music and the arts. The words to this mantra “Om Aim Saraswati, Mahadevi Saraswati” mean ” Homage to Saraswati, highest form of the Divine Mother.”

Shiva Mantra

Shiva is a Hindu deity associated with breath or space. He is a powerful Hindu god manifesting throughout the cosmos. Shiva expresses freedom, liberation and joy.

SHRIM Mantra (Bija)

SHRIM is one of the most powerful and commonly used of the bija mantras, also known as Sanskrit seed syllables. This syllable is associated with Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth.

Sita Ram Mantra

Ram and Sita are sometimes viewed as symbolizing the unmanifest and the manifest minds or the pineal and pituitary glands. Sita and Ram are the ideal spouses. 

Surya Mantra

Surya is a Hindu deity who is the source of light or life. In Vedic astrological mantras, the Sanskrit seed syllable “sam” (suum) connects to the fundamental vibration of the sun.

Sanskrit Mantra Shorts

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