Mantra, Tantra and Yantra Science

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Mantra are words/phrase from the holy vedas which invokes the divine power and help the sadhak in attaining his divine goals. Mantras are used in Puja and Sadhanas. The sound generated by the recitation of Mantras, produces strong vibration and energy. Mantra chanting must be done correctly and with full faith and devotion as prescribed in the scriptures. Preferably done under the guidance of a Guru who may initiate people to the appropriate Mantra. The Mantras are help in the attainment of God, Moksha, health, wealth and fortune if used correctly.

Mantra chanting can also be used as an alternative therapy whereby chanting of vedic mantra stimulate the body’s natural metabolism and help in healing. Vedic mantras are very powerful and a great way to treat physical and psychological diseases. The vedic mantra chanting together with Ayurvedic Medicinal Science forms a complete treatment programme.

The simplest and most basic form of Mantra is Om or Aum which is the root of all mantras. Om is believed to be the most important and powerful mantra syllable and for this reason it is added in almost all Hindu prayers.

Mantra japa

Mantra japa consists of the repetition of a mantra over and over aga

Mantra Japa

Mantra japa consists of the repetition of a mantra over and over again, usually in the multiples of 108. The achievement of siddhi of a Mnatra a minimum number of Mantra Japa is necessary. Depending on the Mantra and its purpose, siddhi may be attained from 10000 to 125000 japa. This is indicative and as mentioned earlier, each specific Mantra has its own siddhi requirements. We may chant millions of times but if we do not have faith or devotion, it will not achieves its goal. Devtion and faith are the most important aspect of Mantra Japa. the meaning of the Mantars must also be well understood before the start of the Mantra Japa.

Since 108 is the most appropriate and popular number of times a Mantra is recited, most mala would have 108 beads + one meru bead. After completing one cycle of 108 beads, and if another cycle of mantra recitation is to be done, the devotee must turn around the mala and start another 108 cycle. The meru must not be crossed.

Vaikhari/vachik Japa (chanting in low/medium or high tone of voice)

Upamsu Japa (whispering/humming mode or only the lips moving)

Manasik Japa (mental recitation, without any sound or lip movements)

Some popular Mantras:
Om Namah Shivaya (Om + salutations to Lord Shiv Ji)
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevãya (Om and salutations to Lord Vishnu)
Om Namo Ganeshaya Namah (Om and salutations to Shri Ganesha)
Om Shri Mahalakshmiyei Namah (Om and salutations to Shri Lakshmi)
Om Kalikayai Namah (Om and salutations to Kali)
Hari Om tatsat Jay Gurudatt( It is a very powerful mantra of lord dattatreya )

Mantra and Yantra for All


Mantras are sacred words or syllables or combination which invoke a specific manifestation.

Tantra sculpture statue


Tantra ideas, philosophy  and spiritual practices based on Hinduism and Budhism. Often represents engagement with sexual energy



Yantra is a geometrical drawing, based on Indian tradition. Yantras are worshipped for specific purposes. It can also be worn as pendents and amulet.

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