Icchapurti Mantra
Icchapurti Mantra

Icchapurti Mantra

Icchapurti Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Krishna mantra that is known to help manifest your deepest desires
'Icchapurti' literally translates to fulfillment of a wish. The Icchapurti mantra invokes the spirit of Lord Krishna.
It is most often recited during Krishna Janmashtami. When it is chanted with complete devotion and belief, it is said to bring your wishes to reality.
The Icchapurti Mantra is the latest addition to our library of mantras which also includes Rama, Devi, Buddha, and Shiva mantras.

Lyrics of the Mantra

|| Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Krishnayee Govindayee Swaha ||

Meaning of the Mantra

|| Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Krishnayee Govindayee Swaha ||
Meaning :
It is a beej or seed mantra that invokes the spirit of Krishna or Govinda, another name for Krishna.
The first part 'Om Shreem Hreem Kleem' is the correct sequence of sounds or vibrations that unlock the power within you to manifest desires.
For a more thorough explanation of the mantra, look below:
Om : A sacred and universal sound, often used to commence and conclude mantras.
Shreem : A seed or bija mantra associated with the divine feminine and abundance. It is often used to invoke the blessings of the goddess Lakshmi.
Hreem : Another seed mantra that represents the divine feminine energy and is associated with various goddesses, including Saraswati and Durga.
Kleem : A seed mantra that is associated with the attraction and manifestation of desires. It is often used for love and relationships.
Krishanayee : Refers to Lord Krishna, the divine avatar of Lord Vishnu and a beloved deity in Hinduism.
Govindayee : Another name for Lord Krishna, signifying his role as the protector of cows and the divine herdsman.
Swaha : A common ending in some mantras, often used to offer oblations or invoke the divine presence.

Variations of the Mantra

This mantra is also called the Govind mantra or the Icchapurti Krishna mantra. The interpretation of this chant remains unchanged in terms of mantra meaning.
Different practitioners or traditions may slightly vary the pronunciation of the beeja mantras "Shreem," "Hreem," and "Kleem." Variations may arise due to regional differences or individual preferences.
While "Swaha" is commonly used as an ending in many mantras, some variations might use alternative endings, such as "Namaha" or other expressions of dedication.

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Icchapurti Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this satisfying Krishna mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
Benefit 1 - Manifests your desires
Chanting this mantra is said to bring your wishes to reality
Benefit 2 - Grants joy
Since it's a Krishna mantra, there is new joy in your life, as you listen to or chant it
Benefit 3 - Spreads well-being
You are a source of positivity and good vibes for the people around you

History of the Mantra

Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is considered the lord of compassion and someone who is particularly benevolent towards his followers.
This beeja or seed mantra invokes this benevolent spirit to bring about the manifestation of your deepest desires.
The best time to chant this mantra is believed to be right after you wake up and just before you go to sleep, starting from the day of Krishna Janmashtami.