Graha Mantras

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Graha Mantras

Mantras, the Sanskrit syllables inscribed on yantras, are essentially ‘thought forms’ representing divinities or cosmic powers, which exert their influence by means of sound-vibrations. Mantra the most popular word nowadays frequently heard in almost all the technical & non technical fields. What are understood by the utterance of this word are ‘the secrets or secret process of success’.

Originally the word mantra means as meditation about particular emotions, Idea or thought which are beneficial in themselves. This meditation with the peculiar & specific practice generates unique impression upon body & mind. These effects not only confined to the particular practitioners but also affect his surroundings, people atmosphere etc. The bumper powers of mantra resonances all rounds. The origination of the Vedic mantra is also the same. These mantras have been conceived by the Vedic Seers & Sages after the performance of great penance and deep Sadhana. What have they recapitalized as the Outcome of the penance they uttered them in the forms of Words. Therefore the words are the representation of preserved secret findings of Vedic great seers and sages. This mantra is by nature beneficial and aims at the welfare of all. Let everyone be happy, prosperous, and healthy.

Let everyone attain satisfaction and peace in his life. Let the world be prosperous, all progressive and peaceful with this spirit some all time uttered mantra with their meanings are given here. Among these some are popular Hindu Mantra which are practiced and chanted in daily prayers and rituals of cores of Hindus worldwide they are the source and inspiration to them. Although these mantra are learnt by heart since childhood in Hindu traditions. Sometimes there meanings are clear, while sometimes not so clear; it is because of their composition in Sanskrit language.

Let the practice be performed with the knowledge of meaning also. As without knowing the meaning or content and aim of the mantra their practice cannot lead to requisite results. Mantra is a divine combination of divine syllables or sounds which when chanted with devotion, faith and emotion. Indian Vedic Astrology also recommends chanting Mantras as a remedy for week planets to reduce the malefic effect of the planet.

  • Mantra for Sun (7,000 times): Om hraan hreen hraun s suryaae nama
  • Mantra for Moon (11,000 times): Om shraan shreen shraun s chandramase nama
  • Mantra for Mercury (9,000 times) : Om braan breen braun s budhaaye nama
  • Mantra for Venus (16,000 times): Om draan dreen draun s shukraaye nama
  • Mantra for Jupiter (19,000 times): Om graan green graun s gurve nama
  • Mantra for Saturn (23,000 times) : Om praan preen praun s shanaye nama
  • Mantra for Mars (10,000 times) : Om kraan kreen kraun s bhomaaye nama
  • Mantra for Rahu (18,000 times) : Om bhraan bhreen bhraun s raahve nama
  • Mantra for Ketu (17,000 times) : Om sraan sreen sraun s ketve nama

What happens when a Mantra is recited? When we repeatedly utter a Mantra we are tuning to a particular frequency and this frequency establishes a contact with the cosmic energy and drags it into our body and surroundings. Thus we can balance the energies and also increase the level of a certain type of energy, which promote certain actions and events. For example, if we increase the Mercury�s energy level, it promotes us to take intelligent steps in business.

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