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									Om Shri Rama Hanuman
     Raksha CD
Mantras-Meanings-How To Apply
  Them To Our Daily Life To
     Improve Our Life Style
            1 Omkara-Om Meditation- Mantra for Meditation
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• Om         Om      Om …….(3)

•    Om Shri Ganeshaya Namaha(1)
•    Om Shri Anjaneya Namaha(1)
•    Om Shri Veeranjaneya Namaha(1)
•    Om Shri Hanumate Namaha(1)
•    Om Namo Venkateshaya(1)
•    Om Shri Rama Jayam (1)
•    Om Shri Rama Hanuman Namaha (1)
•    Om Shri Rama Hanuman Jayam (1)
•    Om Shri Rama Hanuman Raksha (1)
     2 Mantra For Removal Of All Obstacles, & for Success in all yr
    Efforts -Shri Ganesha Mantram with Ganesha Nava (9) Namavalli-
                         Suklam Bharadharam


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•    Shuklambhara Dharam Vishnum (OM SUMUKAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Shashivarnam Chathur Bhujam(OM EKADANTAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Prasanna Vadhanam Dhyaye (OM KAPILAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Sarva Vignopa Shantaye(OM LAMBODARAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Agaja AAnana Padhmargam(OM VIKATAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Gaja AAnana Maharnisham(OM VIGNARAJAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Anayka Dhantam Bhartana(OM PHALA CHANDRAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Yayka Dhantamu Pasmahay(OM VAKRATHUNDAAYA NAMAHA)
•    Yayka Dhantamu Pasmahay(OM SRI MAHAGANAPATIYE NAMAHA)
 Shri Ganesha Mantram with Ganesha
Nava (9) Namavalli-Suklam Bharadharam
• Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
• Suklambharadaram-one who wears a white garment; visnum; all
  pervading; sasivarnam; who has a brilliant complexion;
  chaturbhujam-who had four hands; prasannavadanam- who has an
  ever smiling face; dhyayet- I meditate upon;
  sarvavighnopashantaye- for the removal of all obstacles
• Translation
• Lord Vigneshwara, who wears a white garment, who is all
  pervading, who has a bright complexion (like a full moon), who has
  four hands (representing all power), who has an ever-smiling face,
  upon that deity I meditate, for the removal of all obstacles.
• Brief Explanation
• Lord Ganesha is the older son of Lord Shiva son Goddess Parvati.
  He is invoked before any undertaking for the removal of obstacles.
  He is also worshipped for knowledge and wisdom that he bestows
  upon devotees.
Shri Ganesh Symbolism
        3 Universal Mantra For Hope And Courage
    Shri Venkateshwara Mantra-Om Shri Venkateshaya
                        Namaha

•   Om Shri Venkateshaya Namaha
•   Om Namo Bhagavathey Vasudevaya
•   Om Namo Narayanaya
•   Om Namo Srinivasaya
•   Om Nama Shivayya
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    4 Morning Mantra on bed looking at both Hands to believe in your
            self for the right attitude and actions to succeed
                         Karaagre Vasate Lakshmi
•     Karaagre Vasatay Lakshmi
•     Kara Madhye Saraswathi
•     Kara Moole Thu Govindaha :
•     Prabhatay Kara Darshanam

•     Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•     Karagre-on the tip of your fingers; vasate- dwells; Lakshmi-
•     the Goddess of Prosperity, Lakshmi; karamule-
•     on the base of your hands; Saraswathi- the Goddess of Knowledge
•     Saraswathi; karamadhye- in the middle of your hands; tu-whereas;
•      Govindah-the Lord Govindah; prabhate-in the morning;
•     karadarshanam-look at your palm.
•     Translation
•     On the tip of your fingers is Goddess Lakshmi; on the base of your fingers is Goddess Sarasvati;
      in the middle of your fingers is Lord Govinda. In this manner, look at your palm
•     Brief Explanation
•     This is a Morning Prayer called “karadarshana”. One begins the day with this prayer. ‘kara” means
      the palm of the hand and it stands for the five karmendriyas, or the organs of action. While looking
      at the palm, one invokes the Lord in the form of various deities, thus sanctifying all the actions that
      will be done during the day. By acknowledging the Lord as the giver of the capacity to perform
      actions and as the giver of the fruits of those actions, one sanctifies the actions. Thus, one prays
      in the morning to reinforce the attitude that all actions are performed as a service to the Lord.

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    5 Morning Mantra on bed before getting down, praying mother
     earth to forgive you for touching her with your feet gives you
                                patience
                         Samudra Vasane Devi

• Samudra Vasanay Devi,
• Parvata Stana Mandale.
• Vishnupatni Namastubhyam,
• Paada Sparsham Kshamasva Me
• O! Mother Earth, who has the ocean as clothes
  and mountains and forests on her body, who is
  the wife of Lord Vishnu, I bow to you.
• Please forgive me for touching you with my feet.
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    6 Mantra in the shower acknowledging critical role of water in our
                                  lives
                     As sacred as from sacred rivers
                       Gange Cha,Yamuna chaiva
• Gange cha Yamune chaiva Godavari Saraswati |
  Narmade Sindhu Kaveri jalesmin sannidhim kuru||

      Before bathing, the Hindus
•      acknowledge the critical role
•      of water in their daily lives,
•     and the sources of water,
•     the sacred rivers.
•     In this water, I invoke the presence of holy waters from
      the rivers Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati,
      Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri
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    7 Mantra for lighting the lamp/also Evening Mantra to bless you
           with prosperity.Deepam Mantra/Evening Prayers

                       Subham Karoti Kalyanam/Deepam Jyothi
•    Subham Koroti Kalyanam
•    Arogyam Dhana Sampadah
•    Shatru Budhi Vinashaya
•    Deepa Jyothir Namostute
•    Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•    Subham- auspiciousness; karoti – which brings; kalyanam-
•    prosperity; arogyam- good health; dhanasampadah-
•    abundance of wealth; satrubuddhi- of the intellect’s enemy (ignorance);
•    vinasaya- for the destruction; dipajyotir- that lamplight; namosthuthe, I salute thee.
•    Translation
•    I salute the One who is the lamplight that brings auspiciousness; prosperity, good health, abundance of wealth,
     and the destruction of the intellect’s enemy.
•    Brief explanation
•    This prayer is chanted before lighting the lamplight. Light is considered a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity,
     and abundance in many cultures. Light brings with it brightness, but how does it destroy the intellect’s enemy? The
     intellect’s enemy is ignorance, which is likened to darkness. Light removes the darkness and makes it possible to
     see things clearly.
•    Deepo-Jyothir ParaBrahma
•    Deepo jyothir Janardhanaha
•    Deepo Haratu me Papam
•    Sandhya Deepam Namostute
•    I salute the Lord, the sustainer of the creation, in the form of this light.
•     I salute this light (the Lord), may He destroy afflictions resulting from my
•     omissions and commissions.
•    I prostrate to the dawn/dusk lamp whose light is Supreme Knowledge which
•     removes the darkness of ignorance and by which all can be achieved
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    8 Mantra chanted before beginning any class for education &
                 knowledge in pursuit of good life
        Shri Saraswathi Mantra –Saraswathi Namasthubyam
•   Saraswathi Namastubhyam
•   Varade Kamarupini
•   Vidyarambam Karishyami
•   Siddhir Bhavatu Me Sada
•   Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•   Saraswathi- O Goddess of Knowledge Saraswathi, Namstubhyam-
•   salutatiosn to you; varade-one who gives boons; kamarupini- one who fulfills desires;
•    vidyarambaham-to begin my studies; karisyami-I am going; siddhirbhavatu-
•   may there be accomplishment; me- for me; sada- always.
•   Translation
•   O Goddess Saraswathi; salutations to you, the giver of boons, the one who fulfills desires. I shall
    begin my studies. May there always be accomplishment for me.
•   Brief Explanation
•   This prayer is chanted before beginning a class or at the beginning of one’s studies so that all
    learning may resolve in knowledge alone. It is addresses to Goddess Saraswathi, who
    symbolizes all forms of knowledge, including the knowledge of the performing arts. Knowledge is
    a fundamental pursuit of human life, and a life of study and learning provides nourishment and
    discipline to the human intellect. In the Vedic culture, study is considered one’s duty.

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         9 Mantra to bless you with good fortune and wealth
           Shri Lakshmi Mantra-Ya Devi Sarva Bhooteshu


•   Ya Devi Sarva Bhooteshu
•    Lakshmi Roopena Samsthitha
•   Namastasyai Namastasyai
•   Namastasyai Namo Namaha
•   Salutations again and again
•   to the Devi who abides in all beings in the
    form of good fortune.
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    10 Mantra to pray holy places, holy deities and holy Vedas for
      confidence and to remain as pure as Tulasi in everything
             Tulasi Mantra-Yen Moole Sarvatheerthaani

•   Yenmoole Sarvatheerthaani
•   Yenmadhye Sarvadevatha
•   Yadagre Sarva Vedaascha
•   Thulaseem-tham Namamyaham
•   I bow down to the Tulasi at
•   whose base are all the holy
•    places, at whose top reside
•   all deities and on whose middle
•   are all the Vedas
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    11 Mantra for peace and removal of the fear of birth and death
         Shri Vishnu Mantra with Vishnu Asta (8) Namavalli
                  Shantakaram Bhujaga Shayanam
•   Shanta Karam Bhujaga Shayanam(OM ACHUTAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Padmanabham Suresham (OM ANANTHAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Vishvadharam Gagana Sadrsham(OM GOVINDAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Megha Varnam Shubhangam(OM KESAVAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Lakshmi Kantam Kamala Nayanam(OM MADHAVAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Yogibhir Dhyana Gamyam(OM SREEDHARAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Vande Vishnum Bhava Bhaya Haram(OM PADMANABHAAYA NAMAHA)
•   Sarva Lokaiaka Natham( OM PARAMATMANAY NAMAHA)

•   I adore Vishnu, the embodiment of Peace, who sleeps on the serpent,
•   Whose naval is the lotus of the Universe
•   Who is the Lord of the Gods, who is the support of the Universe,
•    Who is in the form of Space (the Omnipresent)
•   Whose color resembles that of clouds, Whose body is auspicious
•   Who is the Lord of Lakshmi, whose eyes are like lotuses
•   Who is attainable by Yogis through meditation
•   Who is the destroyer of the fear of birth and death
•   And who is the One Lord of all the Worlds

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    12 Chanting Rama Nama Mantra is equivalent to saying Vishnu
    Sahasranama (1000) names of Vishnu. This gives your courage
            Shri Rama Mantra- Shri Rama Rama Ramethi

•   Shri Rama Rama Ramethi
•   Rame Raame Manorame
•   Sahasra nama thathulyam
•   Rama Nama Varanane

• Lord Shiva told this shloka to Parvati I meditate
  upon Sri Ram as Sri Rama Rama Rama, the
  thrice recital of Rama’s name is equal to
  Recitation of the thousand names of Lord Vishnu
  (Vishnu Sahasranama)
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    13 Universal, holy Mantra recited by any person, of any religion
       country, race,sex, for supreme Happiness and success in
                               everything
               Gayathri Mantra-Om Bhur Bhuvah Suvah
•    Om bhur bhuvah suvaha
     Tat savitur varenyam
     Bhargo devasya dhimahi
     Dhiyo yonah prachodayat

•    The Gayathri Mantra is the most universal non-personal, holy prayer which can be used by any person
     belonging to any Country,irrespective of Race,Religion,or sex.
•    If one is a human being with intelligence---that is qualification enough for repeating this prayer - mantra
•    OM bhuurbhuvaH svaH
     tatsaviturvareNyaM
     bhargo devasya dhiimahi
     dhiyo yonaH pracodayaat .
     The Rig Veda (10:16:3)
     OM - the Infinite beyond Conception, Brahman, Supreme Lord
•    and State of Being

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                                    Gayathri Mantram Meaning


•   bhuur - Protector of the earth, the material sheath, The Life breath of the Universe. From the feet to the navel
    center.
    bhuvaH - the Mental Worlds One of the meanings is the sky. The Lord who pervades and eliminates all miseries.
    From the navel to the throat center.
    svaH - I AM ONE WITH GOD - the Spiritual Worlds, One of the other meanings is the heavens. He is all Bliss and
    blesses His devotees with happiness. From above the throat center to the thousand petaled lotus.
    tat - That (That Thou Art)
    savitur - The SUN, Creator, Preserver and Self Luminous, the central mantra of the Solar Science.
    vareNyaM - Most fit to be worshipped. Most choice worthy - most adorable, enchanting.
    bhargo - The burning splendor of the Sun that dispels ignorance, and therefore sorrows and miseries.
    devasya - The 'Deva', The God, He who is All Bliss, The Joyful One, The Shining One, The Revealer of All Glory
    dhiimahi - We meditate upon Him
    dhiyo - Bhuddi, intelligence, Wisdom
    yo - which
    naH - our
    pracodayaat - Inspires, enlightens, illumns
                                        Gayathri Mantra Meaning


•   This is one of the oldest and most powerful of all known mantras. You should chant this mantra and firmly
    establish it in your mind, as
    your spiritual ideal. If so, you will be able to do the work alotted to you, your life will be one of light and happiness.
    The word "Gayatri" itself explains the reason for the existence of this mantra. It has its origin in the Sanskrit phrase
    Gayantam Triyate iti, and refers to that mantra which rescues the chanter from all adverse situations that may lead
    to mortality.
    Goddess Gayatri is also called "Veda-Mata" or the Mother of the Vedas — Rig, Yajur, Saam and Atharva —
    because it is the very basis of the Vedas. It is the basis, the reality behind the experienced and the cognized
    universe.
    The Gayatri mantra is composed of a metre consisting of 24 syllables — generally arranged in a triplet of eight
    syllables each. Therefore, this particular meter (tripadhi) is also known as the Gayatri Meter or "Gayatri Chhanda."
    Just like the Sun annihilates darkness, so does the Gayatri Mantra destroy ignorance. The Gayatri Mantra invokes
    the power and radiance of the Sun to energize all earthly life, to destroy our sins and to reveal the Supreme Self to
    us. Krishna in the Bhagvad Geeta says: " Amongst the Mantras, I am the Gayatri"
    In a loose translation that cannot possibly do justice to the original it implores: OM, O Lord! You are the all
    pervading Source of Light, Sustainer, Protector and Bestower of Happiness, Kindle, Enlighten and inspire our
    Intelligence to possess Eternal Qualities.
    The Gayatri Mantra is the essence of the three Vedas. It is the Vedas simplified. The more one contemplates and
    meditates upon the Gayatri, the more complexities are revealed to one.
    The story goes that once the Devas, the Shining Ones wanted to learn the secrets of the Universe. Since learning
    about the Scientific aspect 'atoms' etc. did not quite work out, they went to the Lord. The Lord gave them the Rig
    Veda, The Yajur Veda and the Sama Veda to study. After a couple of eons of study, the Devas lost their patience
    and wanted to quit. The Lord urged them not to give up and decided to teach the essence of the 3 Vedas in 3
    fragments:
    Essence of Rig Veda Tat Savitur Varenyam Essence of Yajur Veda Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi Essence of Sama
    Veda Dheeyo Yonah Prachodayaat
                              Gayathri Mantra Meaning

•   The more the Devas practiced and contemplated upon the Gayatri, the more complexities were
    revealed to them. So they lost patience again and went to the Lord to make it simpler still. So the
    Lord gave them the essence of the 3 segments, in the 3 words: Bhur, Bhuvaha, Svaha
    The Devas spent a a few cycles of Creation, probably a quadrillion human years pondering upon
    the 'maha vyahritis' ie 'Utterances of the Lord' but became impatient again and urged the Lord to
    make it simpler yet. So He Said "All right I'll make it simpler"
    And He taught them AUM
    The great western thinker, Arthur Koestler, had once said that the Gayatri Mantra has the power
    of a thousand atomic bombs! and the famous scientists J.B.S. Haldana wrote: "The Gayatri
    Mantra should be carved on the doors of every laboratory of the world".
    The Gayatri with the Mahavyahritis is uttered as- Om , bhur, bhuvah, svah tat Savitur
    varenyam bhargo devasya dhimahi dhiyo yo nah prachodayat This mantra is believed to have
    been composed by Sage Vishvamitra. According to others, however, it is so ancient that the four
    Vedas were born of it.
    Initially, this mantra was a simple invocation to the Sun to bless all on earth. Gradually it came to
    be regarded as a mystic formula of universal power. This was probably due to its simplicity and
    its power to evolve the idealistic notion of a world that originated from an all-pervading
    intelligence.
    According to the Skanda Purana, nothing in the Vedas is superior to the Gayatri. No invocation is
    equal to it just as no city is equal to Kashi (see Tirtha). The Gayatri is the mother of the Vedas, it
    contains the essence of all the Vedas and of the Brahmanas, for the Gayatri is believed to
    embody Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and the Vedas.
                                   Gayathri Mantra Meaning


•   According to the Aitareya Brahmana (see Brahmana), those who desire to go to heaven should
    recite this mantra a thousand times. The Gayatri Mantra must be recited by all 'twice-born' (see
    Upanayanam) Hindus, Gayatri Mantra especially the Brahmins, who are expected to recite it
    every morning and evening. This mantra was however not allowed be reciting or even hearing by
    a Shudra or a woman. In the early Vedic age however, the status of women was considerably
    higher than in the later Vedic age. Rishinis or women rishis like Gargi and Lopamudra are said to
    have undergone the Upanayanam and the former indeed, engaged in debate none less than the
    law giver, Yajnavalkya. Later, when this mantra became exclusive to 'twice-born' males, care was
    taken not to recite it loudly.
    The Gayatri Mantra is also recited at various rituals pertaining to divine worship and the ritual of
    the manes (see Shradha). It is said that the recitation of the Gayatri five times a day is as effective
    as performing the panchamahayagya.
    This mantra is taught for the first time during the Upanayanam ceremony when the guru whispers
    it into the ears of the newly Recitation of the Pupil (brahmopadesham) . Thereafter the pupil is
    expected to recite it every morning and evening throughout his life
    It should ideally be recited 16 times a day. To keep track, the right hand is used. When the mantra
    is recited the first time, the thumb is placed on the third joint of the ring finger and is held there till
    the mantra is complete. With each completion, the thumb moves one more joints, down the ring
    finger, up the little finger, over the tips, down the index finger, up the middle finger and the
    sixteenth
    recitation is completed on the third joint of the middle finger. When reciting the Gayatri Mantra, the
    sacred thread (see Upanayanam) is held across the thumb of the right hand.
    14 Powerful divine Mantra recited for confidence and courage
      Shri Hanuman Gayathri Mantra-Om Anjaneya Vidhamahe
                     Hanuman Gayathri Mantra


• Om Anjaneyaye Vidmahe
  Mahabalaye Dheemahi
  Tanno Hanumat Prachodayat
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      15 Mantra emphasizing that Teacher is God and Supreme
                             Almighty
            Who gives you knowledge to help you prosper
                      Guru Brahma mantra

•   Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu
•   Guru Devo Maheshvarah
•   Guru Shakshat Param Brahma
•   Tasmai Sri Gurave Namah
•   Know The Guru To Be Brahma Himself.
    He Is Vishnu. He Is Also
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16 Mantra to lead you from untruth to truth,darkness to light,death
                          to immortality
                  Asathoma Sadgamaya Mantra

•   Asatho Maa Sad Gamaya
•   Thamaso Maa Jyothir Gamaya
•   Mrithyor Maa Amritham Gamaya
•   Om Shanthi Shanthi Shanthihi
•   Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•   asato-from unreal; ma-me;sad-to the real; gamaya –lead; tamaso – from darkness (of
    ignorance), ma-me; jyothih-to light; gamaya-lead; mrtyoh- from death ; amrtam-
    immortality; gamaya –lead to immortality
•   Translation
•   Lead me (by giving knowledge) from the unreal to the real; from darkness (of
    ignorance) to the light (of knowledge); from death (sense of limitation) to immortality
    (limitless liberation)
•   Meaning:
•   Lead me from untruth to truth;
•   Lead me from darkness to light;
•   Lead me from death to immortality.

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             17 Mantra showing that Supreme God is our
    mother,father,family,knowledge,wealth and everything we need
                           Tvameva Matha

•    Tvameva Mata Cha Pita Tvameva
•    Tvameva Bandhuscha Sakha Tvameva
•    Tvameva Vidya Dravinam Tvameva
•    Tvameva Sarvam mama Deva Deva
•    O Supreme Lord (deva-dev,
•    Master of all demigods),
•    You are our mother, father,
•    brother, and friend.
•    You are the knowledge and You
•    are the only wealth. You are our everything
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    18 Mantra chanted before beginning any class/project/game by
     teacher/student/coach/players for concentration/team work to
                               succeed
                 Shanthi Mantra – Om Sahana Vavatu
•    Om Sahana Vavatu Sahanau Bhunaktu
•    Sahaveeryam Karavavahai
•    Tejas Vinavadi Tamastu mavidh wishavahai
•    Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi

•    Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•    Saha- both; nau-us; avatu- may he protect; bhunaktu-may he nourish; viryam
     karavavahai-may we acquire the capacity; tejasvi-be brilliant; nau-for us; adhitam-
     what is studied;astu-let it be; ma vidvisavahai-may we not argue with each other.
•    Translation
•    May He protect both of us. May He nourish both of us. May we both acquire the
     capacity (to study and understand the scriptures). May our study be brilliant. May we
     not argue with each other. Om peace, peace, peace.
•    Brief explanation
•    At the beginning of a class, the teacher and students generally recite this peace
     invocation together. Both seek the Lord’s blessings for study that is free of obstacles,
     such as poor memory, or the inability to concentrate or poor health. They also seek
     blessings for a conducive relationship, without which communication of any subject
     matter is difficult. Therefore, this prayer is important for both the teacher and the
     student.
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    19 Mantra before meals to thank God for the food by also offering
                  food to God it becomes Maha Prasad
                 Shri Annapoorna Mantra-Annapoorne
                     Brahmaarpanam Brahma Havir

•     Annapoorne Sada Poorne,
•     Shankara Pranavallabhe
•     Gyana Vairagya Sidyartham,
•     Bhikshaam Dehi cha Parvati
•     Mata cha Parvati Devi, Pita Devo Maheswarah
•     Baandhava Shiva Bhaktyascha,
•     Svadeso Bhuvanatrayam
•     Annapoorne – the wife of Lord Shiva; She who is full of food; Sadapoorne – who is
      always full of resources; Sankara – of Lord Sankara(Shiva); Prana – the life-force;
      energy; Vallabhe – the beloved; Jnana – knowledge; Vairagya – attitude of
      renunciation; Siddhyartham – to fulfill the purpose of; Bhiksham – alms, food; Dehi –
      giveus; Namostute – we bow down to You
•     O Annapurna, Who art ever full, the beloved life-force of Lord Sankara (Shive, O’
      Parvathi – grant me alms that I be firmly established in Knowledge and Renunciation.
      Mother is shakti, father is shiva, relatives are the devotees of shiva and own country
      is all the three worlds

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                      Brahmaarpanam Brahma Havir

•   Brahmaarpanam Brahma Havir
•   Brahmagnau Braahmanaa Hutam
•   Brahmaiva Tena Gantavyam
•   Brahma Karma Samadhina

•   Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•   Brahma- Brahman; arpanam- the means of offering; havih-oblation; brahmagnau-unto the fire that
    is Brahman; brahmana-by brahman; hutam- is offered; eva- indeed; tena- by him; gantavyam- to
    be reached; brahma-karma-samadhina-who is abiding in Brahman
•   Translation
•   Any means of offering is Brahman, the oblation is Brahman, the fire in which the offering is made
    is Brahman, and the one who offers is Brahman. Such a person who abides in Brahman indeed
    gains Brahman
•   Brief Explanation

•   This verse from the Bhagavad Gita (chapter 4, verse 24) and is traditionally chanted
    before meals. Brahman is the name of the Lord, the cause of the whole creation.
    Looking at the whole creation as an effect, Brahman is seen as the cause of
    everything. The effect does not exist separate from its cause. This verse likens food
    that is eaten to an oblation poured into the fire during ritual. By chanting this prayer
    before meals, the food that is eaten is offered to Brahman, the Lord.
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                     20 Praying 9 planets for good
    health,recognition,prosperity,wisdom,knowledge,enhancement,
                         harmony/kith/kin,valor
                Navagraha Mantra-Om Namo Sooryaya
•    Om Namo Sooryaya Chandraya Kujaya
•    Budhaya Namaha Guru Shukra
•    Shanishwaraya Namaha
•    Raahuve Ketuve Namo Namaha

•    My Salutations to Soorya (Sun), Chandra (Moon),
•     Mangala (Mars) and Budha (Mercury).
•    I also salute Guru (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus),
•     Shani (Saturn) as well as Rahu and Ketu.
•    Let us pray to Lord Surya who bestows well-being and health
     Let us pray to Lord Chandra to bestow eminence and recognition
     Let us pray to Lord Kuja to bestow opulence and prosperity
     Let us pray to Lord Bhudhan to bless us with astuteness and wisdom
     Let us pray to Lord Guru for knowledge and good judgment
     Let us pray to Lord Shukra for graciousness and enhancement
     Let us pray to Lord Shanishwara for harmony and contentment
     Let us pray to Lord Rahu for vigour and valour
     Let us pray to Lord Ketu for progeny, kith and kin
•    Surya or Sun is the most powerful living God - whom everyone
•    can see perceive and pray. Though he is visible, he also has
•     been presented in a variety of forms.
•    Lord of this planet is God Siva
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                           Navagraha Mantra Meaning

•   Chandra or Moon is a lovable God - Pleasing to the children as well as elders, universally
    appealing to everyone whatever may be the religion. Goddess Parvathi rules the planet.
•   Angaraka or Mars is regarded as a God of martial character, red in every aspect. Even the
    Romans held him as their Guru. He is the Son of Earth and is ruled by Lord Subramanya.
•   Budha or Mercury is considered as the greatest among the wise. This Devata bestows wisdom
    and wealth on his devotees. He is ruled by Lord Maha Vishnu.
•   Brihaspati is the Guru (Jupiter). He results in a cure from ailments and helps one to ward off
    his/her sins and gives strength, valour, longevity, etc. He grants the boon of fatherhood to the
    childless, good education (Vidya). He is ruled by Lord Dakshinamurthy.
•   Sukra or Venus is the bestower of long life, wealth, happiness, children, property and good
    education. He is ruled by Goddess Mahalakshmi.
•   Saniswara or Saturn, is generally known to affect one adversely on occasions when he occupies
    certain positions in one's horoscope. A prayer to him, especially on Saturdays, is said to mitigate
    the hardships one will have to face during these periods. Saniswara is considered equally a
    bestower of all benefits to the devotees who pray sincerely to him. He is ruled by Lord Yama.
•   Rahu is instrumental in strengthening one's power and converting even an enemy into a friend.
    He is ruled by Goddess Durga.
•   Ketu brings prosperity to the devotee's family. He grants good health, wealth, cattle and all
    around prosperity. He is ruled by Lord Ganesha and Indra
    21 Prayer Mantra to God of Health Dhanvantari for recovering
                    from illness and good health
              Dhanvantari Mantra-Om Namo Bhagavate

•   Om Namo Bhagavate
•   Maha Sudarshanaya
•   Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye
•   Amruta Kalasa Hasthaya
•   Sarva Bhaya Vinasaya
•   Sarva Rogha Nivaaranaya
•   Thri Lokya Pathaye
•   Thri Lokya Nithaye
•   Shri Maha Vishnu Swarupa
•   Shri Dhavantri Swarupa
•   Shri Shri Shri
•   Aoushta Chakra
•   Narayana Swaha
•   Om Dhanvantaraye Namaha
•   Om Shri Dhanvantri Namaha

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  Dhanvanthri Mantra meaning
• Lord Dhanwantari is regarded as the god of ayurvedic
  medicine (Ayurveda) in the Hindu religion. People pray
  to Dhanvantari, asking him for improved or good health
  for themselves and for others. Dhanvantri Mantra forms
  the part of prayers offered to the lord. Mantra of
  Dhanwantari with its meaning is as follows:
• Meaning: We pray to the God, who is known as
  Sudarshana Vasudev Dhanvantari. He holds the
  Kalasha full of nectar of immortality. Lord Dhanvantri
  removes all fears and removes all diseases. He is the
  well wisher and the preserver of the three worlds.
  Dhanvantari is like Lord Vishnu, empowered to heal the
  Jiva souls. We bow to the Lord of Ayurveda.
    22 Bhuloka Srivaikuntam (heaven on earth) prayer for health and
                              Prosperity
                    Shri Guruvayur appan Mantram


•    Om Shri Guruvayur
•    Appanay Namaha
•    Om Shri Guruvayur
•    Krishnaya Namaha
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    23 Mantra for fulfillment of all your desires and wishes
        Swamy Ayyappa Mantram-Swamiye Sharanam


• Swamiyay Sharanam Ayyappa (3)




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      24 Universal Prayer Mantra by Hindus and Muslims to make all
                          your wishes come true
                Shiridi Sai Baba Mantras- Various mantras

  •   Shiridi Sai Baba Mantra
  •   Om Shri Sainathaya Namaha
  •   Sai Maha Mantra
  •   Om Shirdi Vasaya Vidamahe Sachidananda
      Dhimahi Tanno Sai Prachodayath
  •   Sai Mantras
  •   Sai Ram Sai Ram Sai Ram Sai Ram
  •   OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI- 2
  •   Om Sai Namo Namaha
  •   Sri Sai Namo Namaha
  •   Jai Jai Sai Namo Namaha
  •   Satguru Sai Namo Namaha
  •   OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI- 1
  •   Om Sai Ram,
  •   Jai Jai Sai Ram
  •   Om Sai Ram
  •   Jai Jai Sai Ram
  •   OM SAI SRI SAI JAYA JAYA SAI- 2
  •   Sai Ram Sai Ram Sai Ram Sai Ram

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    25 Powerful Mantra to save you from your enemies and also from
                                 death
         Shri Sudarshana Maha Mantram-Om Kleem krishnaya

•    Om
     Kleem Krishnaya
     Hreem Govindaya
     Shreem Gopi Jana Vallabhaya
     Om Paraya
     Parama Purushaya Paramathmane!
     Mama
     Para Karma Mantra Yantra Tantra
     Howshada Ashtra Sasthara
     Vadha Pridhivadaani
     Samhara Samhara
     Mrythyor Mochaya Mochaya
     Om Maha Sudharshanaya
     Dheepthre Jwalaah
     Pareevruthaya Sarvathik Shobana Karayah
     Humpatt;
     Parabramane Swaha
     Om Maha Sudharshanadhaaraya Nama Itham !

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                              Sudarshana Maha Mantra Meaning


•   Meaning in English: “O Lord Krishna, beloved of Prakriti and all devotees, O Supreme Soul of the Universe, O
    Universal Self, Please save me from all machinations of enemies in the form of occult blocks, from all evil acts,
    Also from death O supremely Effulgent Maha Sudarsana which shineth all the eight directions, the Ashta Digs, O
    Glorious Light, Salutations to thee!”
•   Vishnu is the primary God for the followers of ‘Vaishnavism’, a tradition in Hinduism. He is one of the deities in the
    Holy Trinity. He does the job of protecting the living. According to devout ‘Vaishnavism’ He is the supreme
    Godhead or the ‘Paramatma’ (Supreme soul).
•   'Vaishnavism' speaks about dual concept or 'Dvaita' which literally means 'dualism'.
    Madhavacharya in the 13th Century CE, founder of the 'Dvaita' Philosophy, the concept of 'Dvaita' philosophy is
    explained as follows,
    Madhvacharya espoused a vaishnava theology that understands 'Brahman' to be endowed with attributes and a
    personal God, Vishnu. By 'Brahman', he referred to Vishnu, as per his statement "brahmashabdashcha
    vishhnaveva" that 'Brahman' can only refer to Vishnu. Madhvacharya states that Vishnu is not just any other
    deity but is rather the singular, all-important and 'Supreme One'. Vishnu is always the primary object of worship,
    and all others are regarded as subordinate to Him. The deities and other sentient beings are graded among
    themselves, with Vayu, the god of life, being the highest, and Vishnu is eternally above them.
    In simple words, 'Dvaita' philosophy insists that the 'Atma' and 'Paramatma' are different. Every single living soul is
    an 'Atma' and the 'Supreme Soul' is 'Paramatma'.
•   Vishnu is always described as having the divine colour of clouds (dark-blue), four-armed, holding a lotus, mace,
    conch and chakra (wheel). Vishnu is also described in the Bhagavat Gita having a 'Universal Form' (‘Viswarupa’)
    which is beyond the ordinary limits of human sense perception. (Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11; Verse 3)
•   Vishnu, according to the ‘Puranas’ took 10 avatars to protect mankind from evil. 9 avatars were taken already by
    Him in the past ‘Yugas’ and one has to be taken at the end of ‘kali Yuga’ which is in the future.
      26 Powerful Mantra to liberate you from death,bondage of
                attachments for sake of immortality
           Shri Maha Mrityunjaya Mantram-Tryambakam

•   OM. Tryambakam Yajaamahay
    Sugandhim Pushti-Vardhanam
    Urvaru Kamiva Bandhanaan
    Mrityor Mukshiya Mamruthathu

•   Sanskrit to English Word Meaning
•   Tryambakam – three-eyed; Yajamahe
•   – worship; Sugandhim – beautiful smelling;
•    Pusti – well nourished, (prosperity;
•   Vardhanam – increaser; Urvarukam –
•   cucumber; Ive – like; Bandhana –
•   from bondage of worldly attachments;
•   Mrtyor – mortality; Muksiya – may you liberate;
•   Ma- me; Amrat – for the sake of immortality
•   Translation:
•   We worship the three-eyed One (Lord Shiva),
•   Who is fragrant and Who nourishes all beings;
•    may He liberate me from death, for the sake of
•   Immortality, even as the cucmber is severed from
•    its bondage of the vine. Om Peace, Peace, Peace

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     27 Mantra to live a long life also to give new Life in crisis at
                                 hospital
         Shri Chitragupta Mantram-Om Shri Chitraguptaaya

•   Oṃ Shri Chitraguptaay Namaḥa
•   Chitragupta rich in secrets
•    is a Hindu God assigned with the task of keeping complete
•   records of actions of human beings on the earth. Upon their death,
•   Chitragupta has the task of deciding heaven or the hell for the
•   humans, depending on their actions on the earth. Chitragupta Maharaj
•   (Chitragupta the King) is the patron deity of Kayasthas,
•   a Hindu caste of India.
•   Brahma went into meditation for 11, 000 years and when he opened his eyes he saw a man
    holding pen and ink-pot in his hands and a sword girdled to his waist. Brahma spoke: “Thou hast
    been created from my body (Kaya), therefore shall thy progeny be known as the Kayasthas. Thou
    hast been conceived in my mind (Chitra) and in secrecy (gupta), thy name shall also be
    Chitragupta.” Brahma then enjoined him to dispense justice and punish those who violated the
    dharma (duties).This is how Brahma the creator created chitragupta
•   Chitragupta is considered omnipresent and omniscient,believed to keep meticulous, complete and
    accurate records of the actions of all human beings from their birth till death. Chitragupta
    maintains record of the activities of all living beings, judges them based on good-deeds and
    misdoing, and decides, upon ones death, whether they will attain Nirvana, i.e., the completion of
    their life cycle & redemption from all worldly troubles or, receive punishment for their misdoing in
    another life form. We also know this in theosophical parlance as the “Akashic records".
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                       28 Epic Ramayana in just 4 Lines
                    Eka Slokam Ramayanam-Poorvam Rama



• Poorvam Rama-Tapo-
• Vanaadi-gamanam
• Hatva Mrugam
• Kaanchanam- RAM
• Vaidehee-Haranam
• Jatayu-Maranam
• Sugreeva-Sambhashanam-RAM
• Balee-nigrahanam Samudra-taranam Lankapuri-
  daahanam- RAM
• Paschaat Raavana-kumbhakarna-hananam Etat Sri
  Ramayanam- RAM
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            Eka Slokam Ramayanam Meaning


• Lord Rama went to the forest in order to fulfill the
  promise his father had given to one of his wives
  (Kaikeyi). In the forest, Sita was attracted by the golden
  deer and Rama went after it. At that time, the wicked
  Ravana kidnapped Sita. Jatayu tried to defend Sita and
  save her, but was killed by Ravana. Lord Rama then
  befriended Sugriva and killed Vali, the unrighteous. He
  crossed the ocean and entered the city of Lanka. He
  then destroyed the city of Lanka, killed the wicked
  demons Ravana and Kumbhakarna and set Sita free.
  This is the story contained in the Epic Ramayana.
              29 Epic Bhagavatam in just 4 Lines
          Eka Slokam Bhagavatam -Aadau Devakidevi

• Aadhau Devakidevi-
• Garba-Jananam Gopee
• Grihe Vardhanam
• Hare Krishna
• Maaya-Pootana-Jeeva-Ta apa
• Haranam Govardhanodhaaranam Hare Krishna
• Kamsachchedana-kauravaadi-Hananam
  Kuntisutaa-Paalanam Hare Krishna
• Etat-Bhagavatam Purana-Kadhitam SriKrishna-
  Leelamritam Hare Krishna
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         Eka Slokam Bhagavatham Meaning


• In the beginning, Krishna was born from
  Devaki’s womb, he grew up in the house
  of Gopikas. Then he slayed Maya and
  Pootana, sanctified Govardhana mountain.
  He slayed Kamsa, ended the Kauravas,
  took care of Kunti’s sons. This is the leela
  of Krishna that is narrated in Bhagavatam
  in the Puranas
    30 Universal Hare Krishna Mantra for peace through Krishna
                          consciousness
          Hare Krishna Mantra-Hare Krishna Hare Krishna

•   Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
•   Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
•   (Hare Rama Hare Rama)
•   Hare Rama Hare Rama)
•   Rama Rama Hare Hare
•    (Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
•   Hare Krishna Hare Krishna)
•   Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
•    (Hare Rama Hare Rama)
•   Hare Rama Hare Rama
•   Rama Rama Hare Hare
•   (Hare Krishna Hare Krishna)
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                          Hare Krishna Mantra Meaning


•   "Hare" can be interpreted as either the vocative of Hari, another name of Vishnu
    meaning "he who removes illusion", or as the vocative of Harā, a name of Radha
    Krishna's eternal consort or Shakthi. According to A.C.Bhakthivedanta Swami
    Prabhupada, Harā refers to "the energy of God" while Krishna and Rama refer to God
    himself, meaning "He who is All-Attractive" and "He who is the Source of All
    Pleasure". Rama can refer to Ramachandra or to Krishna as Radha-Raman, another
    name of Krishna meaning beloved of Radha. In the hymn Vishnu Sahasranama
    spoken by Bhisma in praise of Krishna after the Kurukshetra war, Krishna is also
    called Rama. Rama can also be a shortened form of Balarama, Krishna's first
    expansion.
•   The mantra is repeated, either out loud (Kirtan), softly to oneself (Japa), or internally
    within the mind. A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami describes the process of chanting the
    Maha Mantra as follows:
•   Krishna consciousness is not an artificial imposition on the mind; this Consiousness is
    the original energy of the living entity. When we hear the transcendental vibration,
    this consciousness is revived ...[]... This chanting of 'Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna,
    Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare / Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare' is
    directly enacted from the spiritual platform, and thus this sound vibration surpasses
    all lower strata of consciousness - namely sensual,mental, and Intellectual.[]... As
    such anyone can take part in the Chanting without any previous qualification.
                 31 Mantra in bed before Sleeping
                    Kara Charana Kritham Vaa

•   Kara Charana Kritham Vaa
•   Kaayajam Karmajam Vaa
•   Sravana Nayanajam Vaa
•   Maanasam Vaa Aparadham
•   Vihitham Avihitham Vaa
•   Sarvametat Kshamasva
•   Jaya Jaya Karunaabdhe
•   Sri Maha Deva Shambho
•   Om Shanthi Shanthi Shanthihi
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    Kara Charana Mantra Meaning
•   Sanskrit to English word meaning
•   Kara-hands; charana-feet, krtham-done; vak-organ of speech;kayajam-of the physical
    body;karmajam-born of the performace of actions; va-or;sravana-nayana-jam- born of
    eyes and ears; va- or; manasam- born of mind; va-or; aparadam- omissions and
    commissions; vihitam-enjoined acts; avihitam-prohibited acts; va-or; sarvametat- all
    these; kshamasva-forgive; jaya-glory; karunabdhe-ocean of kindness;sri mahadeva-
    great Lord Shiva; shambo-one hwo causes happiness, Smabhu-Shiva
•   Translation
•   Lord, kindly forgive all the omissions and commissions born of my eyes, ears, mind
    and organ of speech, or done by my hands and feet, and the omissions and
    commissions in the performance of my duties, wither enjoined or prohibited. Glory to
    you, Mahadeva, the one who is the ocean of kindness and the cause of happiness.
•   Before going to sleep, one ends the day with this prayer. One asks the Lord for
    forgiveness for inappropriate actions that one may have knowingly or unknowingly
    done during the day.
•   O Lord, kindly forgive the wrong actions I have done knowingly or unknowingly, either
    through my organs of action(hands, feet, speech) or through my organs of perception
    (ear, eyes) or by my mind. Glory unto Thee, Oh Lord, who is the ocean of
    compassion
                 32 Powerful 5 Mantras on Shri Rama Hanuman
           Bhudhir Balam- for courage,fearlessness and debating skills




•   Buddhir Balam Yasho Dhairyam
•   Nir Bhayatvam Arogata
•   Ajadyam Vak Patutvam Cha
•   Hanumat Smaranat Bhavet
•   By remembering Hanuman, one can gain
    wisdom, strength, success, courage,
    fearlessness, lack of ill health, lack of
    sluggishness, and Oratory skills.
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    Manoja Avam- for self control
•   Manojavam Maruta Tulya Vegam
•   Jitendriyam Bhudhi-
•   mataam Varishtam
•   Vaataatmajam Vaanara
•   Yuudha-mukhyam
•   Sri Ramadootam Shirasaa Namami

• I surrender to Hanuman, the messenger of
• Lord Rama, whose speed is as swift as the
• mind and as swift as the wind, who has controlled his sense organs
  and is the most intelligent among the intelligent ones; who is the son
  of Vayu and the chief of the monkey tribe.

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        Anjaneyam Ati- Meditate on
         Beautiful Rama Hanuman
•   Anjaneyam Ati-Paata
•   Laananam
•   Kaanchanaadri Kamaneeya
•   Vigraham
•   Paarijaata-Tarumoola Vasinam
•   Bhavayami Pavamana Nandanam
•   Anjana’s son, his face deep red,
•   His body shining like a golden mountain,
•   Dwelling always at the root of the Parijata tree,
•   On him, I meditate; the Wind-god’s son.
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    Yatra Yatra- Rama Hanuman is
     every where to protect you
•   Yatra yatra Raghunatha
•   Keertanam
•   Tatra Tatra Krita
•   Masthakanjalim
•   Bhaashpa-Vaari Paripoorna
•   Lochanam
•   Marutim Namata Rakshasa-Antakam

• In all those nooks and corners, where the lord of Raghunath (Rama)
  is sung about, In all such nooks and corners is he (Hanuman), With
  tears flooding from the eyes, Salutations to my Lord Maruthi, He
  who saw the end of all evil ones

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    Karya Sidhi Hanuman Mantra- Tvasmin Karya-For Courage, over
                come obstacles, sorrow and remain safe


•    Tvamasmin Karya Niryoge
•    Pramanam Hari Sattama
•    Hanuman Yatna Maasthaya
•    Dukha Kshaya Karo Bhava
•    "O Lord Hanuman –
•     Lord of Courage.
•    You alone can bestow
•    strength on me. Please
•    help me overcome my obstacles
•     and sorrows and keep me safe
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33 Powerful Mantra for Depression and getting rid of all
                       worries
 Pancha Mukha Hanuman Mantra(Sukracharya Mantra)
                    Vande Vanara
•   Vande Vaanara Narasimha Khagaraat
•   Krodaashva Vakraamchitam
•   Naanaa lankaranam Tripanchanayanam
•   Dedipyamaanam Rucha
•   Hastabjai rasi kheta Pusthaka
•   Sudhakumbhaan Kusaadrin Halam

• I prostate to you Hanuman. You have five faces,
• namely- monkey, Narasimha, Garuda (eagle), vraha (boar) and
  horse. You are decorated with many ornaments. You have 15 bright
  eyes" - Shukracharya gave this mantra to the world. Chintamani
  means getting rid of worries. It is also good for times when you are
  depressed.
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    34 Universal Mantra to Remove Fear,Stress, and for
    Instant Hope, Courage Concentration, and Success
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•   Om Shri Ganeshaya Namaha
•   Om Shri Rama Hanuman Namaha
•   Om Shri Rama Hanuman Jayam
•   Om Shri Rama Hanuman Raksha
   35 Universal Powerful Mantra to remove stress, reduce anxiety,Depression,BP, Anger,and
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                           Hanuman Chalisa with Shri Rama (108)

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