Durge Smrita Harasi Mantra
Durge Smrita Harasi Mantra

Durge Smrita Harasi Mantra

Durge Smrita Harasi Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Durga mantra that removes fear
 
 
The Durge Smrita mantra is an ancient chant that allows the mind to surrender fears and suffering, and gain acceptance and courage.
The mantra is an invocation of Goddess Durga, the fierce motherly force who nurtures and gives strength to all beings.
Through this mantra, the chanter and the listener detach from disruptive patterns of thoughts and actions and walk towards compassion, joy, and love.
Durge Smrita Harasi is part of the Ancient Chants from India - Volume 1 album.
 

Lyrics of the Mantra

Verse 1:
|| Durge Smrita Harasi
Bheetim Ashesha Janthoho
Swasthai Smrita Matimateeva
Shubhaam Dadaasi ||
 
Verse 2:
|| Daaridrya Dukha
Bhaya Haarini Kaa Twadanyaa
Sarvopakaara Karanaaya
Sadaarda Chittaa ||
 

Meaning of the Mantra

Verse 1:
|| Durge Smrita Harasi
Bheetim Ashesha Janthoho
Swasthai Smrita Matimateeva
Shubhaam Dadaasi ||
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Meaning:
Bless me, Oh Goddess Durga!
I invoke you with my deepest devotion.
Please remove the endless worldly fears from the mind,
I hail you from the purest heart, please shower my life with every kind of auspiciousness and prosperity.
 
Verse 2:
|| Daaridrya Dukha
Bhaya Haarini Kaa Twadanyaa
Sarvopakaara Karanaaya
Sadaarda Chittaa ||
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Meaning:
I seek your generosity because you are the one who removes poverty, pain, sorrow, and fear from lives
I’m grateful for your divine heart, which is so full of mercy and compassion towards all.
 
For a more thorough explanation of the mantra, look below:
Durge : O Mother Durga
Smrita Harasi : Remembers you during a difficult situation
Bheetim Ashesha Jantoho : Freed of all forms of fear
Swasthai Smrita Matimateeva : When called to the mind by those who are in a healthy condition
Shubhaam Dadaasi : Grant them pure intellect
Daaridrya Dukha : Poverty and pain
Bhaya Haarini Kaa Twadanyaa : Dispeller of fear
Sarvopakaara Karanaaya : Doing good to everyone
Sadaarda Chittaa : Whose heart is ever compassionate
 

Variations of the Mantra

It is a hymn dedicated to Goddess Durga, the divine mother and a symbol of power and protection. So it can be referred to as Durga Mantra or Durga Stotram.
As with many traditional mantras and stotras, different regions or traditions may have slight variations in pronunciation or specific wording, but the core essence remains the same.
Variations in the lyrics might occur due to regional differences, linguistic nuances, or individual interpretations.
 

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Durge Smrita Harasi Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this powerful Durga mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
 
Benefit 1 - Aids manifestation
It strengthens our intention of manifesting health, wealth, and happiness for ourselves and our loved ones
 
Benefit 2 - Soothes grief
It helps to soothe grief and personal pain in times when it seems insurmountable
 
Benefit 3 - Removes fear
It helps the mind soften the triggers of fear, anxiety, and emotional overwhelm
 

History of the Mantra

In the Hindu mythological Universe, Durga represents the upholder of all that is good and the fierce destroyer of all evil.
Mantras dedicated to Goddess Durga are therefore wonderful cleansing tools for the mind.
Among other feminine divine forces, this is the deity who is worshipped as a beacon of fearlessness and valor.
Many Durga mantras are therefore traditionally chanted to get rid of nightmares, the fear of illness, loneliness, or any other kind.
The mantra had such a purifying effect on the mind, that it became the most common closing prayer for yoga.