15 Mantras for Appeasing Goddess Saraswati

The Hindu Goddess Saraswati is known as the mother of Vedas and the synonym of knowledge, music, craft, wisdom, arts and auspiciousness. It is believed that appeasing Goddess Saraswati will remove all the obstacles that one will encounter during his or her career or education. Saraswati is known by different names, such as Vak Devi, the goddess of speech and Sakala Kaladhistatri, goddess bestowing all the arts.

Here, are lists of mantras that are widely used by students to score high in exams. It is believed that students, who after working hard failed to succeed in exams and these mantras, have helped them to attain their goal.

1. Bija Mantra of Saraswati

Aum

Aing Saraswathye Namah

Aum

Meaning: Salutations to Goddess Saraswati

2. Vidya Mantra for students: This sloka is found to improve memory, power and concentration in studies.

Saraswati Namasthubhyam

Varade Kamarupini

Vidhyarambam Karishyami

Siddhir Bavathume Sadha

3. Saraswati Vandana

Yaa Kundendu tushaara haaradhavalaa,

Yaa shubhravastraavritha|

Yaa veenavara dandamanditakara,

aa shwetha padmaasana||

Yaa brahmaachyutha shankara

prabhritibhir Devaisadaa Vanditha|

Saa Maam Paatu Saraswatee

Bhagavatee Nihshesha jaadyaapahaa|

Meaning: May the Goddess Saraswati protect me. She is fair like the jasmine-colored moon, and whose pure white garland is like frosty dew drops. She is adorned in radiant white attire, on whose beautiful arm rests the veena, and whose throne is a white lotus. She is surrounded and respected by the Gods. Please remove my weariness, sluggishness and ignorance.

4. Mahasaraswati Mantra

Om

Aing Mahasaraswatyai Namah

Meaning: Salutations to Goddess Maha Saraswati

5. Saraswati Mantra

Shuklaam Brahmvichaar

Saar Paramaadyaam Jagadvyaapineem Veennaa Pushtak

Dhaarinneebhamay Daam

Jaad Yaapandhkaaraapahaam

Haste Sfatik Maalikaam Vidhateem

Paramaasane Sansthitaam Vande Taam

Parameshwareem Bhagwateem Buddhi Pradaam Shaaradaam.

Meaning: I plead to Goddess Saraswati who is fair in color, the first and foremost divine energy, who is present in the world in the form of knowledge, who wields a Veena, Vedas, Sfatik rosary in her hands and one of whose hands is raised in blessing. She is the one who is capable of eliminating ignorance and bestow intelligence.

6. Maha Saraswati Mantra: This simple mantra is mainly used by students to make learning easy.

Om Aim  Hrim

Kleem Maha Saraswati Devaya

Namaha

7. Saraswati Mantra to recite before study

Saraswathi Namasthubhyam,

Varadey Kaamarupinee

Vidhyarambham Karishyami,

Sidhir bhavathu mey sada

Meaning: O, Goddess Saraswati, my humble prostrations unto Thee. She is capable of fulfilling all my wishes. I request you to bestow thy blessings on me, before I start my studies.

8. Saraswati Mantra for Success in Education and Career

Om

Vageeshwaryae Vidmahe Vagwadeenyae

Dhimahe Tannah Saraswati Prachodayat

This mantra is also known as Gayathri of Saraswati

9. Saraswati Mantra

Saraswati Mahabhage

Vidye Kamalalochane

Vishwaroope Vishaalaakshi

Vidyam dehi namosthuthe

Meaning: Oh great Goddess Saraswati, the lotus-eyed personified knowledge. Oh, I request you to shower me with all the powers and glories of all knowledge that exist. She has large-eyes, taking the form of the whole universe.

10. Saraswati Mantra for Acquiring Knowledge

Vad Vad Vaagwaadinee Swaha

11. Saraswati Mantra for Enhancing Intelligence

Om

Aing Hreeng Shreeng

Vaagdevyai Saraswatyai Namah

12. Saraswati Mantra for Wealth and Knowledge

Om

Arham Mukha Kamal Vaasinee

Paapaatma Kshayam Kaari

Vad Vad Vaagwaadinee Saraswati

Aing Hreeng Namah Swaaha

 

13. Saraswati Ashtakshara Mantra: This mantra comprises of the 12 names of Goddess Saraswati and it is advised that all knowledge seekers should practice it, to gain high and pure knowledge.

Pratham Bharti naam l

Dwitaya tu Saraswati l

Trutiya Sharda Devi l

Chaturth Hansavahini l

Pancham Jagatikhayata l

Shasth Maheshwari tatha l

Saptham tu Kaumari l

Astham Bhramacharini l

Navam Vidhyadhatrini l Dasham Vardayini l

Ekadasham Rudraghanta l

Dwadasham Bhuneshwari l

Atani Dwadsho Naamami l

Y Patcchrnuyaadpi l

Nach Vidhna Bhav Taysa Mantra Siddhiker Tatha l

14. Mantra for Knowledge: Reciting this mantra will increase the mental capability and will considerably increase the knowledge gain.

Om

Namo Bhagwati Saraswati Parmeshwari

Vaagvaadini Mam Vidhya Dehi Bhagwati

Bhans Vaahini Hans Samarudha Buddhi

Dehi Dehi Pragya Dehi Dehi

Vidhya Parmeshwari Saraswati Swaha

15. Mantra for illumination: This mantra is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati to illuminate the minds of knowledge seekers.

Maho

Arnah Saraswati Pracheyati Ketuna,

Dhiyo Vishwa Virajati

Surya Mantra and Surya Namaskaram

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In Astrology, the Sun, represents our conscious mind and in Hinduism, the Sun God worship considered very sacred. “Surya Namaskaram” is a special bowing method to express salutation to the Sun God (Surya Deva).

 

Surya Namaskaram and mantras to chant, while doing the Sun Salutation sequence are as follows:

 

a. Sun Salutation Pose: Pranamasana (Prayer pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Mitraaya Namaha

Meaning: Who is friendly to all

 

b. Sun Salutation Pose: Hastauttanasana (Raised arms pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Ravaye Namaha

Meaning: The radiant one

 

c. Sun Salutation Pose: Hasta Padasana (Hand to foot pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Suryaya Namaha

Meaning: Who is the dispeller of darkness and responsible for bringing activity

 

d. Sun Salutation Pose: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Bhaanave Namaha

Meaning: One who illumines

 

e. Sun Salutation Pose: Dandasana (Stick pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Khagaya Namaha

Meaning: Who is all-pervading, one who moves through the sky

 

f. Sun Salutation Pose: Ashtanga Namaskara (Salute with eight parts or points)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Pooshne Namaha

Meaning: Giver of nourishment and fulfillment

 

g. Sun Salutation Pose: Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Hiranyagarbhaaya Namaha

Meaning: Who has golden color brilliance

 

h. Sun Salutation Pose: Parvatasana (Mountain pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Mareechaye Namaha

Meaning: The giver of light with infinite number of rays

 

i. Sun Salutation Pose: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Aadityaaya Namaha

Meaning: The son of Aditi – the cosmic divine Mother

 

j. Sun Salutation Pose: Hasta Padasana (Hand to foot pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Savitre Namaha

Meaning: One who is responsible for life

 

k. Sun Salutation Pose: Hastauttanasana (Raised arms pose)

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Aarkaaya Namaha

Meaning: Worthy of praise and glory

 

l. Sun Salutation Pose: Tadasana

Sun Salutation Mantra: Om Bhaaskaraya Namaha

Meaning: Giver of wisdom and cosmic illumination

 

Here are some of the most popular mantras to gain blessings from the Sun God

 

1. Aditya Gayatri Mantra – This mantra will help to improve your situation.

Om Bhaskaraya Vidhmahe

Diva karaya Dheemahe

Thanno Surya Prachodayath

Meaning: Om, Let me meditate on the Sun God, Oh, maker of the day, give me higher intellect, And let Sun God illuminate my mind.

 

2. Surya Mantra to relieve you from headache- This mantra is believed to provide comfort for those persons, who are suffering from the intense pain of headache. Lie down on a comfortable place and concentrate your mind on the place where you feel the pain and chant this simple mantra for 10 minutes.

Om Karyaaya Namah

3. Aditya Hrudayam Mantra- This mantra can be used to thank Surya Dev, if you cannot find enough time to practice “Surya Namaskaram”.

Aadhitya Hrudhaya Punyam

Sarva Sathru Vinaasanam

Jayaavaham Jabe nithyam

Akshayam Paramam Shivam

4. Lord Surya Mantra –

Namah Suryaya Shantaya Sarvaroga Nivaarine

Ayu rarogya maisvairyam dehi devah jagatpate

 

Meaning:  O! Lord Surya, ruler of the universe, you are the remover of all diseases, the repository of peace. I bow to you and please bless your devotees with long life, health, and wealth.

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5. Aditya Hrudhayam:  This mantra appears in Ramayana and was dictated by Sage Agasthiya to Lord Rama in the battlefield. The word ‘Hridaya’ means that which is especially nourishing and healing for the heart or heart of Aditya. The word hridayam refers to the One who is shining or dwelling in the heart. Aditya is derived from “ad” meaning “to enjoy” or to perceive all sense objects like sound, touch, form, taste, and smell, after entering the heart.

 

 

1. Thatho yuddha parishraantam samare chintayaa sthitam

Raavanam chaagrato drishtvaa yuddhaaya samupasthitam

 

2. Daivataishcha samaagamya drashtu mabhyaagato ranam

Upaagamyaabraveed raamam agastyo bhagavaan rishihee

 

3. Raama Raama mahaa baaho shrunu guhyam sanaatanam

Yena sarvaanareen vatsa samare vijayishyasi

 

4. Aaditya Hridayam punyam sarva shatru vinaashanam

Jayaavaham japennityam akshayyam paramam shivam

5. Sarva mangala maangalyam sarva paapa pranaashanam

Chintaa shoka prashamanam ayur vardhanamuttamam

 

6. Rashmi mantam samudyantam devaasura namaskritam

Poojayasva vivasvantam bhaaskaram bhuvaneshvaram

 

7. Sarva devaatmako hyeshaha tejasvee rashmi bhaavanaha

Esha devaasura ganaan lokaan paati gabhastibhih

 

8. Esha brahmaa cha vishnuscha shivah skandah prajaapatih

Mahendro dhanadah kaalo yamassomo hyappam patih

 

9. Pitaro vasavassaadhyaa hyashvinou maruto manuh

Vaayur vahnih prajaah praana ritukartaa prabhaakaraha

 

10. Aadityassavitaa sooryah khagah pooshaa gabhastimaan

Suvarna sadrisho bhaanur hiranyaretaa divaakaraha

 

11. Haridashwah sahasraarchih sapta saptir mareechimaan

Timironmathanah shambhuh stvashtaa maartanda amshumaan

 

12. Hiranya garbhah shishirah tapano bhaaskaro ravih

Agni garbhoditeh putrah shankhah shishira naashanah

 

 

13. Vyoma naathah stamo bhedee rig yajussaama paaragah

Ghana vrishti rapaam mitro vindhya veethee plavagamah

 

14. Aatapee mandalee mrityuh pingalah sarva taapanah

Kavir vishwo mahaa tejaa raktassarva bhavod bhavah

 

15. Nakshatra graha taaraanaam adhipo vishva bhaavanah

Tejasaamapi tejasvee dvaadashaatman namostute

 

16. Namah poorvaaya giraye paschimaayaadraye namah

Jyotirganaanaam pataye dinaadhipataye namaha

 

17. Jayaaya jaya bhadraaya haryashvaaya namo namaha

Namo namah sahasraamsho aadityaaya namo namaha

 

18. Nama ugraaya veeraaya saarangaaya namo namaha

Namah padma prabodhaaya maartaandaaya namo namaha

 

19. Brahmeshaanaachyuteshaaya sooryaayaaditya varchase

Bhaasvate sarva bhakshaaya roudraaya vapushe namah

 

20. Tamoghnaaya himaghnaaya shatrughnaaya mitaatmane

Kritaghaghnaaya devaaya jyotishaam pataye namaha

 

21. Tapta chaameekaraabhaaya vahnaye vishwa karmane

Namastamobhi nighnaaya ruchaye loka saakshine

 

22. Naashayatyesha vai bhootam tadeva srijati prabhuh

Paayatyesha tapatyesha varshatyesha gabhastibhih

 

23. Esha supteshu jaagarti bhooteshu pari nishthitah

Esha chaivaagni hotrancha phalam chivaagni hotrinaam

 

24. Vedaashcha kratavashchaiva kratoonaam phalameva cha

Yaani krityaani lokeshu sarva esha ravih prabhuh

 

25. Enam aapatsu krichchreshu kaantaareshu bhayeshu cha

Keertayan purushah kashchin naavaseedati raaghava

 

26. Poojayasvaina mekaagro deva devam jagatpatim

Etat trigunitam japtvaa yuddheshu vijayishyasi

 

27. Asmin kshane mahaa baaho raavanam tvam vadhishyasi

Evamuktvaa tadaagastyo jagaama cha yathaagatam

 

28. Etachchrutvaa mahaa tejaa nashta shoko bhavattadaa

Dhaarayaamaasa supreeto raghavah prayataatmavaan

 

29. Aadityam prekshya japtvaa tu param harshamavaaptavaan

Triraachamya shuchir bhootvaa dhanu raadaaya veeryavaan

 

30. Raavanam prekshya hirshtaatmaa yuddhaaya samupaagamatu

Sarva yatnena mahataa vadhe tasya dhrito bhavatu

 

Atha ravi ravadannirikshya raamam

mudita manaah paramam prahrishyamaanah

Nishi chara pati samkshayam viditvaa

suragana madhyagato vachastvareti

Hindu Goddess Lakshmi Mantras, Quotes & Hymns

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According to Hindu beliefs the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, fortune, luxury, power, prosperity, generosity and embodiment of beauty.  She is also the consort of Lord Vishnu and is believed to give strength to the Lord himself. Goddess Lakshmi is believed to relieve all her devotees from all sorrows related to money. Padma, Padma Priya, Padmamaladhara devi, Kamala, Padmamukhi, Padmakshi, Jalaja, Madhavi, Padmahasta, Padmasundari, Kalyani, Vishnupriya, Ulkavahini and Vaishnavi are some of the names in which She is worshiped. She is also known as Jaganmaatha (“Mother of the Universe”).

You can find innumerable number of slokas in praise of Goddess Lakshmi. Here, are some of them:

1. Beeja Mantra:

Shreem

It is believed that the continuous chanting of this mantra will bring gain and prosperity in life.

2. The manthra that inclucdes 9 names of Mahalakshmi:

Om Mahalakshmi Namahae

Om Gaja Lakshmi Namahae

Om Jaya Lakshmi Namahae

Om Thana Lakshmi Namahae

Om Santana Lakshmi Namahae

Om Seetha Lakshmi Namahae

Om Thaireya Lakshmi Namahae

Om Thannya Lakshmi Namahae

Om Vidya Lakshmi Namahae

Om Maha Vishu Mahalakshmi Namahae

Chanting this mantra will bring youth, beauty, happiness and riches to you, which will make a great difference in life.

3. Shri Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram

Trilokya Poojithe Dhevee Kamala Vishnu vallabhe

Yaya Thawam Achalaa Krishne Thathaa-bhava Mayee Sthiraa

Kamala Chanchala Lakshmi Chalaa Bhoothir Hari Priya

Padma Padmalayaa Samyak Uchai Shri Padma-dharini

Dwada-saithani Naamani Lakshmi Sampoojya Ya Padeth

Sthiraa Lakshmir Bhaved Thasya Puthra-dhara Abhi-saha

Ithi Shri Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram Sampoornam

 

Meaning: Oh Goddess you are the one who is worshiped in all the three worlds,

Oh Kamala, Oh Consort of Lord Vishnu,

Oh Consort of Krishna, If only you are stable,

And abide by me forever.

Oh Kamala, Oh unstable one, Oh Lakshmi,

Oh Goddess who moves everything, Oh Goddess of prosperity,

Oh Darling of Hari, Oh Padma, Oh goddess who lives in lotus,

Oh Goddess who is pleasant, Oh Goddess who is exalted,

Oh Goddess of wealth, Oh Goddess who holds a lotus.

If these twelve names of Lakshmi are read and worshipped,

Lakshmi would be stable and he (who chants) would be with wife and son.

Thus ends the Dakshina Lakshmi Stotram.

The following mantras are believed to bring good fortune, posperity and harmony to the life of the devotees who recite them.

A. Mahalakshmi mantra

Aum

Shring Hring Kleeng Mahalakshmi Namah

Aum

 

B. Maha Lakshmi Mantra

Om Sri Maha Lakshmyai Namah

 

C. Goddess Laxmi Mantra Siddhi Japa

Om Shreem Heem Shreem Kamle Kamalalaye

Praseed Praseed,

Shreem Heem Shreem Om Mahalaxmi

Namaha

 

D. Goddess Mahalakshmi Gayatri:

Om MahaDevyaicha Vidhmahe

Vishnu Patnyaicha Dheemahi

Thanno Lakshmi Prachotayaath

 

E: Lakshmi Mantra to bring fortune and prosperity to enterprises

Om Shring Hring Kling

Tribhuvan Mahalakshmyai Asmaakam

Daaridray Naashay Prachur Dhan

Dehi Dehi Kling Hring Shring Om

Om Shring Hring Kling

Aing Saung Om Hring

Ka A Ee La Hring Ha Sa Ka Ha La

Hring Sakal Hring Saung Aing Kling Hring Shring Om

Om Hring Shring Kreeng

Shring Kreeng Kling Shring Mahaalakshmi

Mam Grihe Dhanam Pooray Pooray

Chintaayai Dooray Dooray Swaha

Om Sarvabaadhaa Vinirmukto,

 Dhan Dhaanyah Sutaanvitah

 Manushyo Matprasaaden Bhavishyati

 Na Sanshayah Om

 

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F. Shri Lakshmi Astothra : Sadha Naamavali

Aum Prakruthyai Namah

Aum Vikruthyai Namah

Aum Vidyaayai Namah

Aum Sarvabhoothahithapradayai Namah

Aum Shraddhayai Namah

Aum Vibhuthyai Namah

Aum Surabhyai Namah

Aum Paramatmikaayai Namah

Aum Vache Namah

Aum Padmalayaayai Namah

Aum Padmaayai Namah

Aum Shuchaye Namah

Aum Swahaayai Namah

Aum Swadhaayai Namah

Aum Sudhaayai Namah

Aum Dhanyaayai Namah

Aum Hiranmaiyai Namah

Aum Lakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Nityapushtayai Namah

Aum Vibhavaryai Namah

Aum Adhithyai Namah

 

Aum Dheethyai Namah

Aum Deepthaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaayai Namah

Aum Vasudhaarinyai Namah

Aum Kamalaayai Namah

Aum Kaanthayai Namah

Aum Kaamakshyai Namah

Aum Kamala sambhavaayai Namah

Aum Anugrahapradhaayai Namah

Aum Buddhaiyai Namah

Aum Anaghaayai Namah

Aum Harivallabhaayai Namah

Aum Ashokaayai Namah

Aum Amruthaayai Namah

Aum Deepaayai Namah

Aum Lokashoka vinashinyai Namah

Aum Dharmanilayaayai Namah

Aum Karunaayai Namah

Aum Lokamatre Namah

Aum Padmapriyaayai Namah

Aum Padmahasthaayai Namah

Aum Padmakshyai Namah

Aum Padmasundariyai Namah

Aum Padmodbhavaayai Namah

Aum Padmamukhyai Namah

Aum Padmanabha priyaayai Namah

 

Aum Ramaayai Namah

Aum Padmamalaadharaayai Namah

Aum Deviyai Namah

Aum Padminiyai Namah

Aum Padmagandhinyai Namah

Aum Punyagandhaayai Namah

Aum Suprasannaayai Namah

Aum Prasadabhi mukhyai Namah

Aum Prabhaayai Namah

Aum Chandravadhanaayai Namah

Aum Chandraayai Namah

Aum Chandrasahodharyai Namah

Aum Chaturbhujaayai Namah

Aum Chandrarupaayai Namah

Aum Indiraayai Namah

Aum Indhu sheethalaayai Namah

Aum Ahlaadha jananvaya Namah

Aum Pushtyai Namah

Aum Shivaayai Namah

Aum Shivakariyai Namah

Aum Satyaayai Namah

Aum Vimalaayai Namah

Aum Vishwajananyai Namah

Aum Dhustyai Namah

Aum Dharidriya naashinyai Namah

Aum Preethi Pushkarinyai Namah

 

Aum Shanathayai Namah

Aum Shuklamaalyaambharaayai Namah

Aum Bhaskaryai Namah

Aum Bilva nilayaayai Namah

Aum Vararohaayai Namah

Aum Yashaswinyai Namah

Aum Vasundharaayai Namah

Aum Udhaarangaayai Namah

Aum Harinyai Namah

Aum Hemamalinyai Namah

Aum Dhana dhanyakaryai Namah

Aum Siddhayai Namah

Aum Sthraina Soumyaayai Namah

Aum Shubhapradaayai Namah

Aum Nrubavema gathanandhayai Namah

Aum Varalakshmaiyai Namah

Aum Vasupradhaayai Namah

Aum Shubhaayai Namah

Aum Hiranya praakaaraayai Namah

Aum Samudhra dhanaayayai Namah

Aum Jayaayai Namah

Aum Mangalaayai Namah

Aum Vishnuvakshah Sthalasdhithaayai Namah

Aum Vishnupathnyai Namah

Aum Prasannaakshyai Namah

Aum Narayana Samashrithayai Namah

 

Aum Dharidriya Dhwamsinyai Namah

Aum Devlakshmi Namah

Aum Sarva padhrava nivaarinyai Namah

Aum Navadurgaayai Namah

Aum Mahakaalyai Namah

Aum Brahma-Vishnu-Shivathmikaayai Namah

Aum Thrikaalagyanasampannaayai Namah

Aum Bhuvaneshwaryai Namah

Aum MahaaLakshmi Astothra sadha Namah

Lord Hanuman Mantras

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Hindu God Lord Hanuman (The Monkey God) or Hanuman Ji is the greatest devotee of Lord Rama and plays a vital role in the Hindu epic Ramayana. He is the son of Vayu or Marut (The Wind God) and Anjani. Anjaneya, Anjani Putra, Hanumat, Bajarangabali, Hanuman, Mahaveer (the great hero), Maruti, Pavanputra (son of air) are some of His names used by devotees. Hanuman, worshiped for his strength, knowledge, valor, divinity, agility, and considered as the symbol of devotion and dedication.

His devotees will fast on Saturdays and Thursdays, give offerings to him and chant the mantras to please Him so that He will do miracles in the life of the devotees.

Here, are some of the popular Mantras of Hanuman:

1. Hanuman Beeja Mantra

Aum Aeem

Bhreem Hanumate,

Shree Ram Dootaaya Namaha

Meaning: We plead to the Lord Hanuman, who is the greatest server and messenger of the Lord Shree Rama.

 

2. Hanuman Mantra – For Jobs, Promotions & Examinations
Thursday is considered to be the auspicious day to chant this mantra and it is widely used by students to pass the examinations as well as employees to get promotions.

Om

Shree Vajradehaya

Ramabhakthaya Vayuputhraya

 

3. Hanuman Gayathri Mantra
It is believed that the energy that fills up your life by chanting this mantra will guard you against all dangers and strengthen you with courage and knowledge.

Om Anjaneyaya Vidmahe

Vayuputraya Dheemahi,

Tanno Hanuman Prachodayat

Meaning: We pray to the son of Goddess Anjani and the son of the “Wind”. May Lord Hanuman lead our intellect towards intelligence and “knowing”

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4. Hanuman Mantra
This mantra praises Hanuman as the messenger of the Lord Rama, who is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hanuman can travel swiftly and is very intelligent. He is also described as the chief of the monkey army and the son of Vayu (Wind God).

Manojavam
Maarutatulyavegam

Jitendriyam Buddhimataam
Varistham,

Vaataatmajam
Vaanarayoothmukhyam

Sriramdootam Saranam
Prapadhye.

5. Mantra of Bhakta Hanuman

Amjanii-Garbha Sambhuuta

Kapii-[I]ndra Sacivo[a-U]ttama

Raama-Priya Namas-Tubhyam

Hanuman Rakssa Sarvadaa

Meaning: I bow to you, mighty Hanuman, Who was born from the Womb of Mother Anjani, and who is the most Excellent Minister of the King of Monkeys. He is extremely dear to Sri Rama; I Bow to You, O Hanuman, Please Protect me always.

6. Jai Hanuman Gnan Gun Sagar – Hanuman Chalisa

Shrii-Guru Carann Saroja-Raja,

Nija-Mana-Mukura Sudhaara

Barannau Raghu-Bara Bimala Yasha,

Jo Daayaka Phala-Caara 

Meaning: I clean my mind with the help of the dust of the lotus like feet of Sri Gurudeva. I describe the Sacred Glory of Sri Rama Chandra, who bestows the Four Fruits of Life (Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha).

Buddhi-Hiina Tanu Jaanike,

Sumirau Pavan Kumaar

Bala Buddhi-Vidyaa Dehu Mohi,

Harahu Kalesha Vikaar 

Meaning: O Pavan Puthra, I meditate on you, please consider me as I am ignorant. Bestow on me Strength, Wisdom and Knowledge, and Remove my Afflictions and Blemishes.

Jay Hanumaan

Jnaan Gunn Saagar

Jai Kapiis

Tihu-Lok Ujaagar

Meaning: Victory to You, O Hanuman. You are the Ocean of Wisdom and Virtue. Victory to the king of the monkeys and the enlightener of the three Worlds.

Raama-Duut Atulit Bala-Dhaamaa

Anjani-Putra Pavan-Sut Naamaa

Meaning: O Lord, you are the Messenger of Sri Rama possessing incalculable Strength. You are known as Anjani-Putra (son of Anjani) and Pavana-Suta (son of Pavana, the wind-god).

Mahaa-biir Bikrama Bajarangii

Kumati Nivaar Sumati Ke Sangii

Meaning: O Lord, you are a great hero whose is extremely valiant and have a strong body as that of thunderbolt. You are the dispeller of evil thoughts and companion of Good Sense and Wisdom.

Kancan Barann Biraaj Subeshaa

Kaanan Kunddala Kuncita Keshaa

Meaning: You possess a Golden Hue, and you are Neatly Dressed, You wear Ear-Rings and have beautiful Curly Hair.

Haath Bajra Au Dhvajaa Biraajai

Kaandhe Muuj Janeuu Saajai

Meaning: You are the one who holds both the Thunderbolt and the Flag in your Hands. You also wear the Sacred Thread across your Shoulder.

Shankar-Suvan Kesharii-Nandan

Teja Prataap Mahaa Jag-Vandan

Meaning: O Lord, you are the incarnation of Lord Shiva and son of Kesari, who has been adored by the whole world because of your power and bravery.

Vidyaavaan Gunnii Ati Caatur

Raam Kaaj Karibe Ko Aatur

Meaning: You are the one who is extremely intelligent, virtuous and scholar. You are always ready to serve Sri Ram

Prabhu Caritra Sunibe Ko Rasiyaa

Raamalassann Siitaa Man Basiyaa

Meaning: You are delighted when the glories of Sri Ram are played. You have Sri Rama, Sri Lakshmana and Devi Sita Dwelling in your Heart.

Suukssma Ruupadhari Siyahi Dikhaavaa

Vikatt Ruup Dhari Lamka Jaraavaa

Meaning: In the Diminutive Form, you appeared before Sita Devi and you also assumed the awesome form to burn Lanka.

Bhiim Ruup Dhari Asur Samhaare

Raamacandra Ke Kaaj Samvaare

Meaning: Assuming the gigantic form, you destroyed the Demons of Lanka, thereby accomplishing the task bestowed on Him by Sri Ram.

 

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Laal Deha Laaleel-Se,

Arudhari-Laal Langoor

Vajra Deha Daanava Dalan,

Jai Jai Jai Kapi-Soor

Meaning: We pray to the red-colored one, whose entire body is red, and is decorated with red colored sindoor. We pray to the one draped with a red colored loin-cloth. We pray to the one whose body is firm and strong like the vajra. We pray to the destroyer of demons. We bow in praise again and again to the supreme among Gods, Lord Hanuman.

 

 

8. Prayer for Hanuman

Manojavam Maruta Tulya Vegam,

Jitendriyam Buddhi Mataam Varishtham

Vaataatmajam Vaanara Yooth Mukhyam,

Shree Raama Dootam Sharnam Prapadye

Meaning:

Manojavam- Let I pray to the one who is swift as thought

Marut.tulya.vegam- the one who is more powerful than the wind

jitendriyam- the one who has conquered his senses

vaataatmajam- the one who is supreme among all intelligent beings, the son of the wind-god

vaanar.yooth.mukhyam- the commander of the army of forest creatures

 Give me refuse, the messenger of Lord Rama, the incomparable Lord Hanuman. Please accept me and my prayers at your feet.

Lakshmi Quotes- Mantras – Hymns

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Mantras are believed to bring in harmony and peace of mind to the devotees who faithfully chant it to please their favorite deities. Chanting mantras can relieve mental stress, strain and even help in maintaining a normal heart rate. The word “mantra” is derived from two Sanskrit words “manas” and “trai“, which literally means “to free from the mind”.  From recent medical studies it was found the chanting of mantras in the right form evokes the production and spreading of the certain chemicals in the brain, which improve the health and the mental status of the devotee.

As per Hindu mythology, each Hindu God is associated with a moola mantra which when chanted in the specified time and period, will serve different purposes. The most evoked mantras are devoted to Lord Ganesha, Shiva, Hanuman and the Hindu Goddesses Lakshmi, Durga and Devi.

The Goddess Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, luxury, beauty, power and prosperity.  Her mantras are evoked by most of the entrepreneurs as they believe that She will be pleased and bring fortune to them.  One of the most chanted mantra of Goddess Lakshmi is as follows:

“Sarvagyay Sarvavarday
Sarvadushtbhaydkree Sarvadukhaharay

Devi Mahalakshmi Namostutay”

Meaning: O Goddess Maa Lakshmi, you are aware of everything; you bestow blessing upon all and defend us from the evils. You remove all miseries of life. Oh auspicious one, I surrender myself to you.

“Siddhi Buddhipraday
Devi Bhuktimuktipradayeenee
Mantramurtay Sada Devi
Mahalakshmi Namostutay”

Meaning: O divine Maa, you are the one who gives me all success and intelligence. You bless me with all the worldly pleasures, wealth and freedom. The magical words in the mantra comprise your grace with form and Mother, I surrender myself to you, always.

Aadhantarhitay Devi
Aadhshakti Maheshwari
Yogajay Yogasambhutay
Mahalakshmi Namostutay”

Meaning: O Mother Supreme, your art does not have a beginning or end. Your art is the primal power. Your art is born out of Yogic practice and manifested through yoga. O Mother auspicious, I bow to Thee.

“Sthulsukshmay Maharodray
Mahashakti Mahodray
Mahapaapharay Devi
Mahalakshmi Namostutay”

Meaning: O Goddess Lakshmi, your art gross and subtle, most awful and dominant. Your art encompass even the smallest things, and saves us even from the greatest sins. O Mother auspicious, I bow to Thee.

“Padnaasanstithay
Devi Parbrahmaswaroopeenee
Parmashree Jaganmatra
Mahalakshmi Namostutay”

Meaning: Maa Lakshmi, you reside in the heart of the faithful devotees and verily art the supreme Brahman. Your supreme art depicts that you are the mother of the universe. Promising Mother, I surrender to you.

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The Hindu Goddess Lakshmi is the consort of Lord Vishnu and is known as the Empress of Satyug. The Goddess is depicted in different forms, to bestow blessings and save the devotees from evils. Evoking the mantras of Goddess Lakshmi will bring peace and prosperity to your home or business.