Angadangaata Mantra
Angadangaata Mantra

Angadangaata Mantra

Angadangaata Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this mantra that is known to protect children and help them develop
This beautiful mantra has its roots in the great Indian mythological scripture Srimad Bhagavatam also known as the Bhagavata Purana .
It is an integral part of the traditional Balsanskaar, a series of ancient chants and rituals performed on the occasion of childbirth in Indian culture.
Angadangaata mantra is part of the Ancient Chants from India - Volume 3 album.

Lyrics of the Mantra

|| Angaadangaat Sambhavasi Hrudayaadadhi Jayase
Aatmavai Putranaamaasi Sajeeva Sharada Shatam ||

Meaning of the Mantra

|| Angaadangaat Sambhavasi
Hrudayaadadhi Jayase
Aatmavai Putranaamaasi
Sajeeva Sharada Shatam ||
Angaadangaat Sambhavasi means 'you have manifested from my own limbs'
Hrudayaadadhi Jayase means 'you have come into being from my own heart'
Aatmavai Putrnamaasi means 'you are but my own soul, in the form of a child'
Sajeeva Sharada Shatham conveys the wish 'may you live a hundred years'
In the context of the Srimad Bhagavatam, it is believed that one's own self is reborn as one's child. And this belief is at the center of the meaning of this mantra.

Variations of the Mantra

The mantra may be referred to as the Angad Angaata Sambhavasi mantra, or the Naamkaran mantra because of its use in naming ceremonies for children.
It is part of a larger prayer called the Kanakadhara Shloka.
This mantra does not pay homage to any specific deities in Hinduism.
It does not have any alternate mantra meaning or variations.

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Angadangaata Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this nurturing mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
Benefit 1 - Calms newborns
The chants have a soothing, calming effect on the restlessness of a newborn child
Benefit 2 - Helps babies sleep
The mantra chants induce restful sleep in babies and toddlers and also eases the guardians' mind from constant worry and fear
Benefit 3 - Strengthens parents' intention
The chants of this mantra help the guardians strengthen their intention of well-being for the child

History of the Mantra

The mantra is gently chanted to the child by a parent or guardian upon the detaching of the umbilical cord.
Alternatively, it is also common for this mantra to be recited on the 11th day following birth.
While playing or chanting this mantra in a soothing way to the child, the well-wishers invoke and pray to the divine element of fire.
This is the element that brings vitality, immunity, and well-being to the human body.