Gayathri Mata Function

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Gayathri Mata Function

August 4

Gayathri Mantra Japam will come one day after the Yajur Upakarma or Avani Avittam. And on that day we pray and say the mantram 1008 times.  In truth, Gayathri Mantra Japam is something special on its own.

Gayatri mantram is a prayer which is directed towards the supreme Lord Brahman, asking to illuminate our intellect us  Chanting of Gayatri mantra gradually illuminates our intellect and  like its meaning itself says us.

 Gayatri mantram is considered as the most important mantra in Sanatana Dharma and it can be chant by anyone at anytime The aspect of Brahman  which Gayatri mantra address  is depicted as a goddess form with five heads.

Gayatri Mantram produces 110,000 sound waves per second. This is the highest and found to be the most powerful hymn in the world. Because of  the combination of sound or its waves of a particular frequency, the Mantram is claimed capable of developing specific spiritual potentialities.

Benefits of chanting Gayatri Mantarm

  1. *    Gayatri Mantram allows one to make positive influence on the environment and to use divine           energy for  the world welfare.
    *     Gayatri Mantram allows us to develop Divine magnetism.
    *     Ignorance, infirmity and inadequacy can be removed through Gayatri Mantra.
    *    Gayatri Mantra makes us a magnetic personality.
    *    Gayatri Mantra develops a peace feeling and makes one aware of a new power that works               within them self.
    *     Gayatri Mantra makes persons take interest in noble causes.
    *     When a mistake is committed, makes one immediately recognize it, feels sorry for it & takes            corrective action not to repeat it..
    *     Regular practice makes anything that is uttered by that person comes true and materializes             itself.
    *    A person can also transfer a part of their spiritual energy to others.

 

Gayatri Mantra – A Universal Prayer – Meaning & Significance

Om Bhur Bhuvaḥ Swaḥ
Tat-savitur Vareñyaṃ
Bhargo Devasya Dhīmahi
Dhiyo Yonaḥ Prachodayāt

General meaning: We meditate on that most adored Supreme Lord, the creator, whose effulgence (divine light) illumines all realms (physical, mental and spiritual). May this divine light illumine our intellect.

Word meaning: Om: The primeval sound; Bhur: the physical body/physical realm; Bhuvah: the life force/the mental realm Suvah: the soul/spiritual realm; Tat:  That (God); Savitur: the Sun, Creator (source of all life); Vareñyam: adore; Bhargo: effulgence (divine light); Devasya: supreme Lord; Dhīmahi: meditate; Dhiyo: the intellect; Yo: May this light; Nah: our; Prachodayāt: illumine/inspire.

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August 4

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