Krishna Gayatri Mantra
Krishna Gayatri Mantra

Krishna Gayatri Mantra

Krishna Gayatri Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Krishna mantra that is known to invoke joy & compassion
 
 
The Krishna Gayatri mantra is chanted as an homage to Lord Krishna, a very popular Hindu deity.
Owing to his position as the god of compassion, mantras invoking Krishna have qualities like joy, compassion, and tenderness associated with them.
The Krishna Gayatri Mantra is the latest addition to our library of mantras which also includes Hanuman, Devi, Buddha, and Shiva mantras.
 

Lyrics of the Mantra

|| Om Damodaray Vidmahe
Rukmani Vallabhay Dhimahi
Tanno Krishnam Prachodayat ||
 

Meaning of the Mantra

Lyrics:
|| Om Damodaray Vidmahe
Rukmani Vallabhay Dhimahi
Tanno Krishnam Prachodayat ||
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Meaning :
Let me meditate on the God whose belly was tied by a rope
Oh, consort of Rukmani, give me higher intellect
Let God Krishna illuminate my mind.
 
For a more thorough explanation of the mantra, look below:
Damodaraya : One who is known through a mind which is purified (Udara) using self-control (dama)"
Vidmahe : "We meditate upon" or "We recognize."
Vasudevaya : Refers to Lord Vasudeva, another name for Lord Krishna. Vasudeva means "the one who resides in all beings" or "the one who is the source of everything."
Dhimahi : "We meditate upon" or "focus our minds upon."
Tanno : Means "we request" or "we pray for."
Krishna : The name Krishna means "the all-attractive one" or "the dark-skinned one."
Prachodayat : Means "may he inspire" or "may he enlighten."
 

Variations of the Mantra

This mantra is also called the Rukmini Krishna mantra or the Damodara Krishna mantra.
This mantra is a specific formulation, and variations in lyrics may exist based on individual preferences, regional practices, or specific lineages. However, the core elements of the mantra generally remain consistent.
The pronunciation of certain words or syllables may vary slightly based on regional differences or individual preferences.
For example, "Damodaray" might be pronounced as "Damodaraya," and "Rukmani" might be pronounced as "Rukmini."
 

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Krishna Gayatri Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this powerful Krishna mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
 
Benefit 1 - Rejuvenates listener
If you feel drained or fatigued, listen to or chant this mantra for rejuvenation and a burst of energy
 
Benefit 2 - Brings joy
Reciting this Krishna mantra allows you to rediscover the joy in your life, despite any tragedy that may have befallen you
 
Benefit 3 - Awakens the mind
This mantra not only purifies but also awakens the divine strengths of our mind
 

History of the Mantra

In Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna is considered the eighth incarnation of Vishnu.
Tales of Krishna have become hugely popular due to its presence in the Mahabharata epic and is considered a Supreme deity in his own right.
He is considered to be the god of compassion, and so mantras in his honor bring out this inherent compassion in us.
The Krishna Gayatri mantra can be recited daily or at festivals like Krishna Janmashtami.