List Of Mantras

The entire library of mantras produced by Mahakatha

The Sanskrit word 'mantra' means 'a powerful tool of the mind'. This also happens to be the best way to approach using mantras in your meditation.

Mantras may have originated in Vedic texts, but to understand them you'd have to look at them as a composite of sounds.

Every syllable or sound has a vibration attached to them. A vibration that you can feel in your body while listening to it or chanting it.

Among these syllables and sounds, each one seems to resonate in a specific area in our body and generates an accompanying response from it.

An 'mmm' will not be felt in the same organ as an 'au' and therefore will have a different effect on you physically, as well as the emotion it generates in your mind.

Think of mantras as a combination of these sounds, and our logical mind is better able to understand mantras as tools that can bring a positive change to our bodies and minds.

This also explains why mantras can have wide-ranging effects like bringing about complete relaxation or ensuring you wake up full of energy to quieting down a stressful or anxious mind or healing wounds from an emotional wound.

How do you best leverage this power of mantras? The ideal way is to meditate while listening to it or chanting it.

The intent you bring into a meditation session is just as important as the mantras themselves. If you hope to recover from an emotional break, it is crucial that you set that as the sole focus of the meditation session.

This prepares our body and mind to accept the influence of the meditation and the mantra.

With this combination of sounds and intent, you can heal and improve your life, naturally and effectively.

To make it easier for someone new to mantras to discover them, we will divide our mantra library into categories that follow a certain theme. It can either be the deity whose power it invokes or the purpose for which it is used for.

Table of Contents

Ganesha Mantras

In Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha is seen as the remover of obstacles. So all mantras invoking his powers are aimed at bringing success to the chanter or listener.

This involves removing any subconscious thought patterns from you that stand in the way of achieving success.

Regular meditation with these in the background, can bring about the necessary change in your mindset that puts you on the track to success, whether it be in studies, work, business, or even personal milestones like marriage.

1. Pranamya Shirasa Devam  Mantra

This mantra helps you to overcome any hurdles that come in your way with its power to channel our inner devotion, dedication, and intention.

Also known as: Gauriputram Vinayakam mantra

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2. Gajananam Bhutaganadi Sevitam  Mantra

This mantra inspires the visualization of Lord Ganesha's divine form, through which we seek courage and confidence.

Also known as: Vigneshvara Paada mantra

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3. Vakratunda Mahakaya  Mantra

The Vakratunda Mahakaya Mantra is an auspicious chant dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the Divine Bestower of Success.

Also known as: Suryakoti Samaprabha mantra, Sarva Kaaryeshu Sarvada mantra

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4. Om Gan Ganapataye Namah  Mantra

Through this divine Ganesha mantra, the chanter and the listener can wash away old self-limiting beliefs, fears, and worries.

Also known as: Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha mantra

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Yoga Mantras

If you're looking to incorporate mantras to your yoga practice, you will need mantras that pay homage to the sun, as yoga is best experienced in the rays of the rising sun.

You should start off by paying respect to Sage Patanjali, the father of yoga. This would be the Yogena Chittasya mantra.

Then you would do Surya Namaskar to the mantra with the same name, that pays respects to the Sun.

You would close out the session with Durge Smrita Harasi mantra.

1. Opening Prayer For Yoga - Yogena Chittasya  Mantra

Yogena Chittasya mantra is a prayer played or chanted before beginning any yoga session, as it is the invocation of sage Patanjali.

Also known as: Patanjali mantra

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2. Surya Namaskar  Mantra

Surya Namaskar Mantra is a salutation prayer to the Sun God, Surya, and is used by yoga practitioners worldwide.

Also known as: Sun salutation mantra

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3. Closing Prayer For Yoga - Durge Smrita Harasi  Mantra

Durge Smrita mantra is an invocation of Goddess Durga, the fierce motherly force who nurtures and gives strength to all beings.

Also known as: Bheetim Ashesha mantra

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4. Wah Yantee  Mantra

The Wah Yantee mantra was written by sage Patanjali, to help unlock your powers of creation.

Also known as: Jag Dut Patee mantra

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5. Adi  Mantra

Coming from the school of Kundalini Yoga, the Adi mantra heals and amplifies our inner voice so we can reach our highest potential.

Also known as: Guru Dev Namo mantra

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Krishna Mantras

Lord Krishna is one of the most well-known figures from Hindu mythology, thanks to mainstream adaptations and the work of several groups in the West.

He also happens to be the personification of the one that will help his followers achieve their deepest, most cherished desires.

The mantras that praise him are ones that focus your mind on achieving these desires.

It could be the relationship that you've always wanted, or even release from pain that has haunted you for a long time.

1. Icchapurti Mantra 

A mantra dedicated to Krishna, Lord of Mathura, that leads you one step closer to your deepest desires.

Also known as: Wish-fulfilling mantra

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2. Krishna Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra is chanted when you want Lord Krishna to take away all the griefs and miseries from your mind and life.

Also known as: Vasudevaya Dhimahi mantra

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3. Hare Krishna Hare Rama 

The Hare Krishna mantra, also referred to reverentially as the MahńĀ-mantra is a 16-word Vaishnava mantra which is mentioned in the Kali-Santarana Upanishad.

Also known as: Rama-Krishna chant

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Shiva Mantras

Shiva is considered to be the supreme being in Hindu mythology, the god of gods.

He is also shown as being in perennial meditation. Any mantras invoking Lord SHiva would have the theme of showing humility towards this supreme consciousness.

So the benefits seen from listening to these mantras include dissolution of your ego as you pay your respects. Negative thoughts are replaced by those of higher consciousness.

This can then be the pathway to success in life.

1. Nirvana Shatakam  Mantra

The Nirvana Shatakam mantra speaks about the dissolution of the human ego, and can bring about a profound peace of the mind.

Also known as: Shivoham Shivoham mantra, Chidananda Roopa mantra

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2. Om Namah Shivaya  Mantra

Through the Om Namah Shivaya chant, we seek to imbibe the divine awareness and serenity of Lord Shiva in our daily lives.

Also known as: Lord Shiva chant, Om Namah Shivaay chant

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3. Shivashtakam Mantra 

The Shivashtakam mantra is a Shiva prayer for willpower, wisdom, and patience to overcome our worldly struggles.

Also known as: Naagendra Haara mantra

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4. Maha Mantra Mrityunjaya Mantra 

Invoking Shiva in his most fierce form, Rudra, Mrityunjaya mantra is one of the most powerful at helping you overcome the fear of death and aging.

Also known as: Trayambakam Yajaamahe mantra

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5. Panchakshari Mantra 

The "Panchakshari" Mantra is a soothing prayer to Lord Shiva, in which we seek to balance the five basic elements.

Also known as: Nagendraharaya Trilochanaya mantra

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6. Bho Shambho  Chant

Through the Bho Shambho chant, we channel into the meditative powers of Lord Shiva, who dispelled obstacles and darkness with divine ease.

Also known as: Shiva Shambho Swayamvo mantra

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7. Har Har Bolo Namah Shiva  Chant

The Har Har Bole mantra invokes the benevolence and blessings of Lord Shiva and helps the mind stay calm and blissful at all times.

Also known as: Har Har Bolo Chant, Rameshwara Shiva mantra

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8. Shiva Rudra Gayatri Mantra 

The Shiva Rudra Gayatri mantra is an ode to Rudra, the mightiest form of Shiva capable of destroying the entire Universe.

Also known as: Rudra Gayatri mantra, Vidmahe Mahadevaya mantra

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9. Mahadeva Shiva Shambho  Chant

Mahadeva Shiva Shambho pays tribute to Lord Shiva, the supreme being in Hindu mythology.

Also known as: Sdhu Samraksana mantra

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10. Medha Dakshinamurthi Mantra 

The Medha Dakshinamurthy Mantra is an intense invocation of Lord Dakshinamurthy, who is an incarnation of Lord Shiva.

Also known as: Dakshinamurthy mantra, Om Namo Bhagavathe mantra

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11. Shiva Prataha Mantra 

The Shiva Prataha Mantra is a sublime Shiva chant that creates an instant sense of contentedness and clarity.

Also known as: Haram Suresham mantra

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Lakshmi Mantras

Lakshmi, in Hindu mythology, is the deity responsible for her wealth and abundance.

Lakshmi mantras therefore focus on opening up a listener's mind to the idea of abundance.

This is the first step for someone to stop obsessing over their shortcomings and focusing on the parts of them that will lead them to a better life.

This translates to financial strength and abundance throughout their life.

1. Karagre Vasate Lakshmi 

The Karagre Vasate Lakshmi mantra is a shloka originally from the Vishnu Purana and is chanted every day by the old and young alike.

Also known as: Kara Madhye Saraswati mantra

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2. Samudra Vasane Devi 

The Samudra Vasane Devi Mantra is a soothing chant to practice unconditional forgiveness and love.

Also known as: Parvata stana Mandale mantra

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3. Lakshmi Dhanaprapti Mantra 

The Lakshmi Dhanapraapti Mantra is devoted to Goddess Lakshmi, the Bestower of All Wealth and Prosperity, and quickens the manifestation of wealth.

Also known as: Mahalakshmi Mamagruhe mantra

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4. Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram 

Through the Dakshina Lakshmi mantra, the chanter and the listener seek to appeal to Goddess Lakshmi's kindness and be blessed with her abundance forever.

Also known as: Trilokya Poojithe Devi mantra, Kamala Vishnu Vallabhe mantra

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5. Ashtalakshmi Stotram 

Through the Ashtaklakshmi Stotram, the chanter and the listener seek to appeal to her kindness and find solace from powerful emotions.

Also known as: Sumanasa Vandita Sundari mantra

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6. Baadhanivarka Mantra 

Through the Baadhanivaraka Mantra, the chanter and the listener seek her strength in overcoming their most challenging obstacles, both within and around themselves.

Also known as: Dhan Dhaanya mantra

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7. Lakshmi Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra combines the power of invoking Goddess Lakshmi, who is the Divine Source of Wealth, and the healing qualities of the Gayatri mantra.

Also known as: Mahalakshmyai Cha Vidmahe mantra

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8. Lakshmi Beeja Mantra 

Every syllable of this mantra activates and raises the vibration of abundance, prosperity, and wealth.

Also known as: Lakshmibhyo Namah mantra

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Gayatri Mantras

Gayatri Mantras are a group of Vedic chants that are sung in the Gayatri meter. It consists of 3 sections of 8 syllables each.

No matter the deity whose blessings it invokes, the mantra itself will follow this structure.

The Krishna Gayatri Mantra and Rudra Gayatri mantras are two such chants, that have already been mentioned.

These chants tend to be about wisdom and opening yourself up to new knowledge. It is an antidote to intellectual stagnation and narrow-mindedness.

1. Aakasha Gayatri Mantra 

The Aakasha Gayatri Mantra is one of the core Gayatri mantras of peace and harmony and is dedicated to the element of Aakasha, or space.

Also known as: Aakashay Cha Vidmahe mantra

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2. Agni Gayatri Mantra 

Through this mantra dedicated to Agni or fire, we seek to balance the element of Agni in our body as well in the Universe around us.

Also known as: Mahajwalay Vidmahe mantra

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3. Bhoomi Gayatri Mantra 

Through this chant, we seek to balance the element of Bhumi in our body as well in the Universe around us by invoking the blessing of the Earth Goddess.

Also known as: Bhumi Gayatri Mantra, Vasundharaayai Vidmahe mantra

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4. Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra is dedicated to the energy of the rising sun, as it emanates life force across the cosmos.

Also known as: Savitri Mantra, Saraswati mantra

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5. Jala Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra is to balance the Element of water which is the energy of compassion and serenity in our mind and in our surroundings.  

Also known as: Varuna Gayatri Mantra

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6. Prithvi Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra is to balance the Element of the earth which is the energy of endurance and calmness in our body and our surroundings.  

Also known as: Sahasra Murthaye mantra, Prithvi Devaaya mantra

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7. Vaayu Gayatri Mantra 

This mantra is to balance the Element of wind which is the energy of breath within our body and the abundance of life force in the Universe.  

Also known as: Pavana Gayatri mantra

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Durga Mantras

Goddess Durga is the deity that protects the good by destroying evil. The mantras that invoke Maa Durga will therefore eliminate negative thoughts in the listener's mind like worry, fear, and anxiety.

Durge Smrita Harasi is one such mantra, but is better suited as part of the Yoga series.

1. Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu 

The Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu mantra is part of Devistuti, or salutations to Goddess Durga and is a liberating composition praising Maa Durga.

Also known as: Maatru Roopena mantra

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2. Sarvamangala Maangalye Mantra 

The mantra is dedicated to Goddess Narayani (Goddess Durga), who bestows motherly grace and blessings of prosperity on all beings.

Also known as: Sarvartha Sadhike mantra, Sharanye Tryambake mantra

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Saraswati Mantras

Saraswati Deci is the deity that has been associated with achieving knowledge and wisdom.

In Hindu rituals, she is always mentioned during prayers related to studies and other matters concerning concentration.

1. Shree Saraswati Mantra

Through this mantra, you seek to become the perfect vessel for all knowledge, and to be blessed by the grace of Goddess Saraswati, the Divine Bestower of All Wisdom.

Also known as: Vaagdevyai mantra

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2. Neela Saraswati Mantra 

Through this mantra, surrender to the Goddess, and seek her blessings to emerge intelligent, wise and victorious in all endeavors.

Also known as: Surasurarchithe Devi mantra

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Buddha Mantras

Buddhist mantras open up a new world of possibilities for listeners. Much like the religion where it comes from, these mantras are about settling the inner turmoil first.

Even larger society-wide issues come from the unresolved emotions of its individuals. These mantras tend to work on such thorny issues of the individual.

Buddha mantras include chants that invoke the various forms of the Buddha like the Medicine Buddha or the Compassionate Buddha.

Chanting or listening to these taps into our inner healing capabilities and inherent compassion to bring them forth.

1. Tayata Om Mantra 

Reciting the Tayata Om mantra detaches the mind from overwhelming negative thoughts, the traumas of the past, and the fear of uncertainty.

Also known as: Medicine Buddha Mantra, Tayata Om Bekandze

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2. Namo Thassa Mantra 

Namo Tassa is a universal prayer to Buddha, calling for his blessings of wisdom and enlightenment.

Also known as: Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa mantra

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3. Om Mani Padme Hum Mantra 

The Om Mani Padme Hum is used to invoke a sense of compassion in our minds.

Also known as: Compassionate Buddha mantra

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4. Nam Myoho Renge Kyo Mantra 

Nam Myoho Renge Kyo unlocks our natural intuition to make us better at manifestation.

Also known as: Lotus Sutra mantra

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Peace Mantras

Peace mantras are incantations that do not pray to any specific deity. Rather, it is about spreading the idea of peace.

Peace of both the mind and in the world are referred to in these chants.

These mantras are more affirmations than Vedic texts. After all, peace is an idea that everyone could get behind.

1. Soothing Om Chant 

The Om Chant is considered to be the sound of the Universe, and is holy and sacred in many faiths.

Also known as: Aum mantra, Pranava mantra, Ashara mantra, Ekakshara mantra, Udgitha mantra

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2. Asatoma Sadgamaya 

The Asatoma Sadgamaya Mantra is a set of four powerful affirmations of well-being that we put out within the Universe.

Also known as: Jyotirgamaya mantra

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3. Om Shanti 

The Om Shanti Mantra is the most powerful and the most loved prayer for peace and prosperity.

Also known as: Universal Peace mantra

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4. Sarvesham Swasthir Mantra 

The Sarvesham Svastir Bhavatu mantra is a divine chant for peace, compassion, and prosperity across the Universe.

Also known as: Sarvesham Mangalam-Bhavatu mantra

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5. Om Purnamadham Mantra 

The Om Purnamadah Mantra is a universal chant for awakening the consciousness and tuning into the infinite bliss accessible within oneself.

Also known as: Purnamevaavashisyate mantra

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Vishnu Mantras

Lord Vishnu is one of the three major gods in Hindu mythology. Krishna and Rama are incarnations of this deity.

He is known as someone who eases the burden of his followers. In practical terms, this would mean mantras that encourage your mind to get rid of self-imposed burdens.

This includes stress, anxiety, fear, nervousness, guilt, and so on.

1. Sri Sudarshanashtakam 

The Sri Sudarshana Ashtakam mantra is a powerful prayer in reverence to Lord Sudarshana, the main weapon of Lord Vishnu.

Also known as: Lord Sudarshana mantra, Varagunasthoma Bhushana mantra

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2. Vishnu Shantakaram Mantra 

The Vishnu Shantakaram Mantra is a powerful chant that invokes the blessings of Lord Vishnu, the Master of the entire Universe.

Also known as: Padmanaabham Suresham mantra, Vande Vishnum Bhavabhayaharam mantra

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3. Twameva Matha Mantra 

The mantra is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Master of the Universe, and the compassionate Nurturer of All Beings on earth.

Also known as: Twameva Mata Cha mantra, Pita Tvameva mantra

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Chakra Mantras

Chakras are energy centers in our body that are responsible for specific emotions and physical systems.

For instance, the solar plexus chakra (or Manipura chakra) is located below the chest, behind the navel. It is responsible for digestion and the energy levels of the body.

For your digestion to be optimal and your energy levels to be high and steady, the solar plexus chakra needs to be balanced.

This is where the idea of seed mantras or 'bija' mantras come in. These are specific syllables that aid in the balancing of their associated chakras.

For the solar plexus chakra, the syllable is 'ram' and repeating this syllable while meditation aids in balancing the chakra.

There are 7 chakras in all, with 7 associated syllables that form the Chakra mantras.

1. Muladhara Mantra with LAM Sound 

Muladhara mantra is the seed mantra of the Root chakra, which energizes the whole body and forms a solid foundation for other chakras to function better.

Also known as: LAM mantra, Root chakra mantra

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2. Swadhishana Mantra with YAM Sound 

Swadhishana mantra is the seed mantra of the Sacral chakra, which energizes the whole body as it radiates the power of pleasure and joy for other chakras to function better.

Also known as: Yam mantra, Sacral chakra mantra

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3. Manipura Mantra with RAM Sound 

Manipura mantra is the seed mantra of the Solar Plexus chakra, which enriches the whole body with vitality constantly and makes you strong, both emotionally and physically.

Also known as: Ram mantra, Solar plexus chakra mantra

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4. Anahata Mantra with YAM Sound 

Anahata mantra is the seed mantra of the Heart chakra, which is considered to be the source of our unfettered free-flowing powers that can expand to infinity.

Also known as: Yam mantra, Heart chakra mantra

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5. Vishuddha Mantra with HAM Sound 

Vishuddha mantra is the seed mantra of the Throat chakra, which cleanses all the pent up toxicity in your body as well as your psyche leading you to the best version of yourself.

Also known as: Ham mantra, Throat chakra mantra

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6. Ajna Mantra with OM Sound 

Ajna mantra is the seed mantra of the Third Eye chakra, which the source of creative consciousness beyond knowledge and wisdom.

Also known as: Om mantra, Third eye chakra mantra

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7. Sahaswara Mantra with AUM Sound 

Sahaswara mantra is the seed mantra of the Crown chakra, which is the energy center that powers your brain functions including memory, intelligence, and cognition.

Also known as: Aum mantra, Crown chakra mantra, Sahasrara Mantra

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Sikh Mantras

The Sikh faith also has a large library of chants that work very well on the human psyche.

When you see the translated words, you will see that these are powerful affirmations strengthening the listener's resolve.

The way that mantras and chants from various faiths are ultimately 'tools of the mind' leads us to invest further in the belief that their benefits arise from our intent.

1. Ajai Alai Mantra 

Whenever you are in trouble mentally, or you are being attacked in one way or another, chant the Ajai Alai mantra and opposition will dissolve in your face.

Also known as: Abhai Abai mantra, Abhoo Ajoo mantra

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2. Antarjami Purakh Bidhate 

This mantra is very purifying and it is commonly chanted at the conclusion of evening ceremonies at the Gurudwara.

Also known as: Sardha Man ki Pure mantra

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Ram Mantras

Lord Rama, in mythology, is seen as the ideal version of a person. Respectful, humble, and fully invested in his 'dharma'.

Any mantras that allude to Rama, would therefore be about achieving a similar set of ethics in our life.

So far, we have one specifically for Rama, while Hare Krishna Hare Rama was added to the Krishna Mantras section.

1. Om Aapadaamapa Mantra 

Om Aapadaamapa" is a prayer to energize the body and the mind, and to seek its complete blissful healing, while invoking the blessings of Lord Rama.

Also known as: Harthaaram Daataaram mantra

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Hanuman Mantras

In mythology, Hanuman is portrayed as a fearless, powerful follower of Lord Rama.

Loyal to a fault, there is no fear that seems to inhibit him in his pursuit of what is righteous and in service to Rama, the ideal human.

Hanuman mantras tend to be about fortifying the mind against fear, and to face life with courage. So far, we have just the one mantra alluding to Hanuman.

1. Ramaskandham Mantra 

Praying to Lord Hanuman - the ardent devotee of Lord Ram - before sleeping everyday, will destroy bad dreams and give you good, restful sleep.

Also known as: Hanumantham mantra

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2. Hanuman Gayatri Mantra 

The Hanuman Gayatri mantra grants fearlessness and serenity during times of intense change.

Also known as: Anjaneya Gayatri mantra

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Sun Mantras

The sun, throughout many faiths, is seen as the cause and reason for human life to continue the way it has.

All god-like depictions illustrate the importance of the energy it gives to earth-dwellers.

The mantras that pay homage to this role, are about curing fatigue and being blessed with more energy than before.

Fatigue can be of both mind and body, and these mantras seek to address this energy deficiency. The Surya Namaskar mantra has already been covered in the Yoga mantras section.

1. Om Japa Kusuma 

The Om Japa Kusuma Mantra is a rejuvenating chant that aligns our gratitude and energy to the All-Powerful Sun.

Also known as: Pranathosmi Divakaram mantra

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Zodiac Mantras

According to astrology, based on your time of birth, you fall under the influence of a particular Zodiac sign.

For each of the 12 zodiac signs, there is an element associated with it, and a ruling planet. Your life's events will play out depending on how these factors influence you.

The 'beej' mantras or seed mantra for each sign allows the listener to unlock their best version with regular meditation practice.

1. Aries - Mesh Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Aries.

Also known as: Aries Seed Mantra, Om Aing Kleeng Sauh

2. Taurus - Vrishabh Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Taurus.

Also known as: Taurus Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Kleeng Shreeng

3. Gemini - Mithun Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Gemini.

Also known as: Gemini Seed Mantra, Om Shreeng Aing Sauh

4. Cancer - Kark Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Cancer.

Also known as: Cancer Seed Mantra, Om Aing Kleeng Shreeng

5. Leo - Singh Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Leo.

Also known as: Leo Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Shreeng Sauh

6. Virgo - Kanya Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Virgo.

Also known as: Virgo Seed Mantra, Om Shreeng Aing Sauh

7. Libra - Tula Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Libra.

Also known as: Libra Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Kleeng Shreeng

8. Scorpio - Vrishchik Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Scorpio.

Also known as: Scorpio Seed Mantra, Om Aing Kleeng Sauh

9. Sagittarius - Dhanu Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Sagittarius. 

Also known as: Sagittarius Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Kleeng Sauh

10. Capricorn - Makar Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Capricorn.

Also known as: Capricorn Seed Mantra, Om Aing Kleeng Hreeng Shreeng Sauh

11. Aquarius - Kumbha Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Aquarius.

Also known as: Aquarius Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Aing Kleeng Shreeng

12. Pisces - Meen Rashi Beej Mantra 

The seed mantra is a singular solution to all problems for people who were born under the Zodiac sign Pisces.

Also known as: Pisces Seed Mantra, Om Hreeng Kleeng Sauh

General Mantras

There may be a few mantras that may not fall into any of our existing sections. Their focus and benefit will be mentioned under each individual mantra.

1. Angadangaata Mantra for Newborn Baby Care Mantra 

Angadangaata is an ancient mantra chanted towards the well-being and longevity of a new-born baby.

Also known as: Aatmavai Putranaamaasi mantra

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