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The Hindu Goddess Saraswati is known as the mother of Vedas and 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
Aing Saraswathye Namah
Meaning: Salutations to Goddess Saraswati
2. Vidya Mantra for students: This sloka is found to improve memory, power and concentration in studies.
Siddhir Bavathume Sadha
3. Saraswati Vandana
Yaa Kundendu tushaara haaradhavalaa,
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.
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
7. Saraswati Mantra to recite before study
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
Vageeshwaryae Vidmahe Vagwadeenyae
Dhimahe Tannah Saraswati Prachodayat
This mantra is also known as Gayathri of Saraswati
9. Saraswati Mantra
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
Aing Hreeng Shreeng
Vaagdevyai Saraswatyai Namah
12. Saraswati Mantra for Wealth and Knowledge
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
Dwitaya tu Saraswati
Trutiya Sharda Devi
Shasth Maheshwari tatha
Saptham tu Kaumari
Navam Vidhyadhatrini l Dasham Vardayini
Atani Dwadsho Naamami
Nach Vidhna Bhav Taysa Mantra Siddhiker Tatha
14. Mantra for Knowledge: Reciting this mantra will increase the mental capability and will considerably increase the knowledge gain.
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.
Arnah Saraswati Pracheyati Ketuna,
Dhiyo Vishwa Virajati
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The Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be the master of wisdom, guardian of knowledge and obstacle remover. All the devotees invoke prayers in favor of Ganesha to bring in positive energy to them and favorable results to their ventures. The Ganesha mantras are also known as Siddhi Mantras. Ganesha is known in different forms and by a number of names, and some of the names are Ganapati, Vignesha, Pillayar, Vinayak, Ekadenta, Lambodara, Gajanana.
Ganesh is usually depicted colored red; he is pot bellied, has one tusk broken, and has four arms that may hold a noose called a pasam, an elephant goad, and a pot of rice, or his favorite sweets, laddus. His appetite for these sweets is legendary and offerings of them are often left at his shrine.
Ganesh is also patron of letters and of learning; he is the legendary scribe who, using his commonly held broken tusk, wrote down parts of the Mahabharata Epic.
Here, are some of the most popular mantras of Lord Ganesha, which are used to please Him.
1. Ganesha Dwaadasha Nama shlokam:
This prayer mentions the 12 names of the Lord Ganesha. These verses are believed to be recited by Sage Narada in order to please Lord Ganesha.
“Pranamya Shirasa Devam Gauriputram Vinaayakam Bhakataavaas am Smare Nityam Aayush Kaamartha Siddhaye”
Meaning: Salutations to the Lord, who is the son of Gowri, and He who resides deep in the heart of the devotees, blessing them always with good health and prosperity.
Meaning: This stanza marks the beginning of twelve names. First as the Lord with the curved trunk; Second as the one with only one tusk, Third as the one with black (red/brown) eyes, Fourth as the one with giant structure
Meaning: Fifth, as the one with a big (long) stomach, Sixth, as the one with a huge body, Seven, as the remover of obstacles, Eighth, as the one with smoke gray color
“Navamam Phaalachandram ChaDasamam Tu Vinaayakam Ekaadasam Ganapatim Dvaadasam Tu Gajaananam“
Meaning: Ninth, as the one with the moon on the front of His head, Tenth, as the foremost leader, Eleventh, as the leader of the ganas, Twelfth as the one with elephant face
“Dvaadasaitaani Naamaani Trisandhyam Yah Pathernnarah Na Cha Vighna Bhayam TasyaSarva Siddhikaram Prabho“
If a person remembers these twelve names of the Lord Ganesha, three times in a day. Then he will have all his obstacles and fear removed and will attain success.
2. GanaNayaka Ashtakam:
This mantra contains eight verses or hymns for invoking Lord Ganesha.
“Ekadantam Mahaakaayam Taptakaajnchana sannibham LambodaraM VishaalaaxaM Vande Ham GaNanaayakam“
Meaning: You are one tusked, have a huge, massive and a hot-golden colored body. You have a large pot like belly, beautiful eyes. I bow to you the leader of ganas (followers of Lord Shiva
“Mounji Krishnajeenadharam NaagaYagnopaveethanam Bhalendu Sakalam Moulim Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: You are the one who is victorious and has the smoke-hued color body and who uses snake as a holy thread that is tied around the belly. The one who has a waxing moon on his head, I bow to you the leader of the ganas.
“Chitraratna Vichitragam Chitrmaalaa Vibhushitham Kamarupadharam Devam Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: The one who makes a picture-perfect pose. He has a garland adorning around his neck and takes the form of Kama Roop. I bow to you the leader of ganas.
“Gajavaktam SuraSreshtam Karnachamara Bhushitham Pasamkusadharam Devam Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: The one with an elephant face and still considered the best. He is beautifully adorned with karnchamra. He holds Pashan and Kusha, weapons used in war. I bow to the leader of the ganas.
“Mushikootham maaruhya Devasura Mahaahavey Yooddukamam Mahaaveeram Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: He uses mooshika as his chariot, the one who is prayed by everyone and the one who is an exceptionally valiant. I bow to that Lord Ganesha.
Meaning: The one to whom yaksha, kinnera and gandharva pray. He is the only one who has the vidya to acquire opulence, and whose prayers are sung by people. He who has strong arms, I bow to the leader of the ganas.
“Ambika Hryudayanandham Matrubhihi Pariveshtitham BhaktaPriyam Madhoonmatham Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: He is the one who is dear to the mother, who is always ready to serve his mother anytime, who is dear to his devotees and who ends the wars; I bow to the leader of the ganas.
“SarvaVignaharam Devam SarvaVigna Vivarjetham Sarvasiddi Pradhataaram Vande Ham Gananayakam“
Meaning: He is the Lord who can take care of all our problems, who weakens all the obstacles and problems that come our way to success and the one who gives all types of Siddhi. I bow to the leader of the ganas.
Vishnu is a part of the trinity and plays the role of the creator. He has taken ten incarnations to save the planet and the good people from the hands of evils or demons. There are many mantras to please Lord Vishnu.
Vishnu’s preserving, restoring, and protecting powers have been manifested in the world in a series of ten earthly incarnations known as avatars. The avatars arrive either to prevent a great evil or to effect good upon the earth. Nine are said to have descended already: three in nonhuman form, one in hybrid form and five in human form. The most important are Rama, fearless upholder of the law of dharma and Krishna, youthful hero of the Bhagavad Gita Vishnu’s final avatar is expected to arrive at a time when the earth is at the end of its present cycle, with the purpose of destroying the world and subsequently recreating it.
Vaishnavites, one of the largest Hindu groups, are the devotees of Vishnu as Ishvara, the Supreme Being, worshipped in the forms of his manifestations or incarnations. Because of his pervasive presence, images as the focus of worship are of great importance, as are temple architecture and carving.
1. Mukti (Liberation) mantra:
This twelve letter mantra is also known as the liberation mantras as it is believed to relieve the person who is chanting this mantra from all the hardships of life.
“Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya”
Meaning: I bow to the Lord who lives in the hearts of all.
2. Shree Vishnu Mantra:
It is otherwise known as the shaanta-kaaram mantra. It is one of the most powerful mantra used to praise Lord Vishnu and his incarnations, which helped to restore peace and happiness.
Meaning: I sing praising the Lord Vishnu Shaanta – He who has the peace Kaaram- demeanor and visage shayanam — He who sleeps and reposes bhujaga– on the serpents padma– He who has a lotus shaped naabham– Navel He who is the master and lord Suresham– of all the gods
I pray to the Lord Vishnu. dhaaram –He who holds the vishwaa– universe in his hands. sadrasham –He whose vision exceeds gagana– beyond all the skies varanam — He whose color and visage is megha– changeable like the clouds shubh– he who is filled with goodness aangam– in every part of his body.
I sing praise to the Lord Vishnu. kaantam — He who is the husband lakshmi– of the goddess of wealth He whose eyes (nayanam) are surreal kamala– like a lotus flower agamyam– he who yogis yearn to reach dhyaana– through meditation
I sing praises (vande-) to the Lord Vishnu (-vishnum) He who removes (-haram) all our fears (-bhaya) bhava– due to our inborn nature And he who is the master (-naatham) of the entire (-sarva) universe and creation (-lokaika).
3. Narayana Mantra:
Simple, yet powerful mantra to please the preserver, Lord Vishnu.
“Om Namo Narayanaya“
Meaning: I bow before the Almighty.
4. The Ultimate mantra:
This mantra depicts about the avatars of Lord Vishnu, He has taken to save the world from evils.
Meaning: I Meditate on Sri Vishnu, Who is Wearing White Clothes, Who is All-Pervading, Who is Bright in Appearance like the Moon and who is Having Four Hands. He is having a Compassionate and Gracious Face, Let us meditate on Him to Ward of all impediments.
7. Vishnu Sahasranama:
This prayer contains the 108 names of the Lord Vishnu and is believed to relieve people from all sin and sufferings.
Om Vishnave Namah Om Lakshmi Pathaye Namah Om Krishnaya Namah Om Vaikuntaaya Namah Om Garuda Dhvajaya Namah Om Parah Brahmane Namah Om Jagannathaya Namah Om Vaasudevaya Namah Om Trivikramaya Namah Om Dhydhyaanthakaaya Namah Om Madhuribhave Namah Om Dhaarshyavahaaya Namah Om Sanaadhanaaya Namah Om Narayanaya Namah Om Padmanabhaya Namah Om Hrishikeshaya Namah Om Sudhapradhaya Namah Om Haraye Namah Om Pundarikakshaya Namah Om Siddhidhikarthre Namah Om Paraathparaya Namah Om Vanamaline Namah Om Yagnaroopaya Namah Om Chakrapanye Namah Om Gadhadhraya Namah Om Upendraya Namah Om Keshavaya Namah Om Hamsaaya Namah Om SamudraMadhanaya Namah Om Haraye Namah Om Govindaya Namah Om Prahmajankaya Namah Om KaitabasuraMardhanaya Namah Om Sridharaya Namah Om Kaamajakaaya Namah Om Seshaya Namah Om Chadhurbhujaya Namah Om Paanchajanyadharaaya Namah Om SriMathe Namah Om Shaarangapanaye Namah Om Janardhanaya Namah Om Pitambharadharaya Namah Om Devaya Namah Om SuryaChandraVilochanaya Namah Om MatsyaRoopaya Namah Om Kurmathanave Namah Om Krodharoopaya Namah Om Nrukesarine Namah Om Vaamanaaya Namah Om Bhaargavaaya Namah Om Raamaya Namah Om Haline Namah Om Kalkine Namah Om Hayaananaaya Namah Om Viswambaraya Namah Om Simsumaaraya Namah Om Srikharaaya Namah Om Kapilaaya Namah Om Dhruvaaya Namah Om Dattatreyaya Namah Om Achyutaya Namah Om Anantaaya Namah Om Mukundhaaya Namah Om Dhidhivaamanaaya Namah Om Dhanvantraye Namah Om Srinivasaya Namah Om Pradyumnaya Namah Om Purushothamaya Namah Om Srivathkausthubhadhraaya Namah Om Muraradhaye Namah Om Adhoshjaaya Namah Om Rushabhaya Namah Om MohanaroopaDharine Namah Om Sangarshanaaya Namah Om Prithave Namah Om Sheerabdhisaayene Namah Om Bhoodhathmane Namah Om Anirudhaaya Namah Om Bhakthavatsalaaya Namah Om Naraaya Namah Om GajendraVaradaaya Namah Om Thridhamne Namah Om Bhoothabhavanaaya Namah Om Svetavaasdhavyaaya Namah Om SuryamandalaMadhyakaaya Namah Om SanakathiMunithyeyaaya Namah Om Bhagavathe Namah Om SankaraPriyaya Namah Om Neelakanthaya Namah Om Tharakaanthaaya Namah Om Vedathmane Namah Om Bhadhraayanaaya Namah Om BhagirathiJanmaBhoomiPaadaPadmaaya Namah Om Stham Prabhave Namah Om Svabhave Namah Om Vibhave Namah Om KanakaShyamaaya Namah Om Jagadhkaaranaaya Namah Om Avyayaaya Namah Om Buddhavadharaaya Namah Om Shaanthathmane Namah Om Krisoth Namah Om Leelamaanusha Vigrahaaya Namah Om Damodharaaya Namah Om Viraataroopaaya Namah Om Bhoodhabhavyabhavath Prabhave Namah Om Aadi Devaaya Namah Om Deva Devaaya Namah Om Prahladha Paripalakhaya Namah Om shree parama visnu devaya namaha
As per Hindu mythology, a person’s life is decided by the horoscope, and the basics that help the astrologers to predict it is based on these 9 planets known as navagrahas. It is believed that as the planets change their position, person’s life also change and some changes may cause good effects whereas some casts bad effects. However, it is believed that invoking the Navagraha mantra can bring changes to the hardships. Also, chanting the mantra, wearing gemstones or rudrakshas can bring in good fortune to peoples’ life. Ved Vyas has written the navagraha mantra to please the planets (the presiding deities) and it is scientifically proven that chanting mantras will bring down the negativity in you and the surroundings.
The planets, their representations and favorable days to chant
Sun (Surya) – soul, king, highly placed persons, father. — Monday
Moon (Chandra) – Mind, queen, mother. — Tuesday
Mars (Mangal) – energy, confidence and ego. — Wednesday
Mercury (Budha) – communication. — Thursday
Jupiter (Brihaspati) – the great teacher. — Friday
Venus (Sukra) – wealth, pleasure and reproduction.
Saturn (Shani) – learning and Career. — Saturday
Rahu – an Asura who does his best to plunge any area of one’s life he controls into chaos.
Ketu – supernatural influences.
Based on timings, the mantras for Rahu and Ketu can be chanted every day.
The Mantras and meanings
Japaa Kusuma Sankasham
Kaashya Peyam Maha Dyutim
Tamo Arim Sarva Paapagh Nam
Pranatosmi Divaa Karam
Meaning: I salute Sun, who is red like a Hibiscus, the descendent of Kaashyapa, Foe of darkness and the one who dispels all sins and has splendid radiance.
Gemstone is Ruby.
Dadhi Shankha Tusha Raabham
Kshiiro Dhaarnava Sambhavam
Namaami Shashinam Somam
Shambor Mukuta Bhushanam
Meaning: The one who has the hue of curd and icebergs, who rose from Ksheasagar and who adorns the head of Lord Siva. I prostrate to the Moon, the ruling deity of the soma juice.
Gemstone is Pearl.
Dharani Garbha Sambhuutam
Vidyut Kanti Samaprabham
Kumaram Shakti Hastam Cha
Mangalam Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning: I pray to Mars, born of Earth (son of Bhooma Devi), His effulgence is like that of lightning. He is called Kumara, n who holds in his hand weapon called Shakti.
Gemstone is coral.
Priyangu Kalikaa Shyamam
Rupenaa Pratimam Budham
Sowmyam Sowmya Guno Petam
Tam Budham Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning: I pray to Mercury, who has a dark blue complexion and whose beauty is incomparable. He possesses gentle, charming qualities.
Gemstone is emerald.
Devanaam Cha Rishii Namcha
Gurum Kanchana Sannibham
Buddhi Bhuutam Trilo Kesham
Tam Namami Bruha Spatim
Meaning: I pray to Jupiter, the preceptor of gods and rishis, intellect incarnate, lord of the three worlds.
Gemstone is Pukhraj (yellow sapphire).
Hima Kunda Mruna Labham
Daityanam Paramam Gurum
Sarva Shastra Pravak Taram
Bhar Gavam Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning: I pray to Venus, the son of Bhagu. He is the spiritual master of demons, promulgator of all learning, he who shines like the fiber of snow-white jasmine.
Gemstone is diamond.
Neelaan Jana Sama Bhasam
Ravi Putram Yama Grajam
Chhaya Martanda Sambhutam
Tam Namaami Shanaish Charam
Meaning: The one who is dark blue in complexion, who is son of Surya and his wife Chaya, who is elder brother of Yama. The slow moving, I prostrate that Shaneeswara.
Gemstone is blue Sapphire.
Ardha Kaayam Mahaa Viiryan
Chandraa Ditya Vimar Dhanam
Sinhi Kaa Garbha Sambhutam
Tam Rahum Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning: I pray to Rahu, the son of Simhika, having half a body, of extraordinary strength, the eclipser of the Moon and the Sun.
It is chanted every day, after sunset to get success in career, frame & occultism.
Gemstone is Gomed (Hessonite).
Palasha Pushpa Sankaasham
Taarakaa Graha Mastakam
Rowdram Rowdraat Makam Ghoram
Tam Ketum Prana Maa Myaham
Meaning: I pray to Ketu, who has the appearance of Palaasha flower, the head of stars and planets. He is violent and fearsome.
It is chanted every day, after sunset for success in love, marriage & prosperity
Gemstone is Lasniya (Cat’s Eye).
There is a salutation mantra for the navagraha and it is as follows:
Namah Sooryaya Chandraya
Guru Shukra Shani Bruhas Cha
Raahave Ketave Namaha
In this busy world, everyone is having some sort of mental stress, and chanting these mantras is sure to relax your mind, bring good fortune and prosperity to your life.