Guides on specific mantras

We love the fact that there is a rich collection of mantras that can be sourced from different faiths like Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and many more.

They are powerful sounds with the ability to influence the life of a listener and chanter, for the better.

Some of our posts take a closer look at one mantra in particular, and discuss in-depth the origins and benefits of that chant.

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1. Nirvana Shatakam - The Ultimate guide

Nirvana Shatakam was the first ever mantra to be produced and published by Mahakatha. We take an in-depth look at this ageless mantra.

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2. Opening prayer for yoga - Yogena Chittasya

Yogena Chittasya is a chant written by Sage Patanjali, the father of yoga. We discuss why this chant is the best way to open up a yoga session.

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3. The origin and benefits of the Om chant

The Om chant is the most well-known Vedic chant. We discuss why this single sound is so powerful and beneficial to a listener.

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4. Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha meaning

Lord Ganesha is considered the remover of obstacles in Hindu mythology. We take a look at one of the most popular Ganesha shlokas.

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5. Benefits of listening to the Gayatri mantra

The Gayatri mantra is known to nourish and sharpen the mind of the chanter and listener. We explain how best to meditate to it.

Whenever we write something about a specific mantra, we'll be sure to add a link here on this page.

❗ Editors note :

The information you find in this article is purely for educational use only. This is not to be considered as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment from professionals. It is also advised to seek advice from your doctor or any other authorized health providers with any of your health and fitness related conditions and problems.

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