We’ve updated our Terms of Use to reflect our new entity name and address. You can review the changes here.
We’ve updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.

(​​​$​20) Sanskrit Mantras Vol​​​.​​​5 - Vocal only - 5 Hours of Chanting - Royalty​​​-​​​free - Commercial use

by TERA MANGALA MEDITATION MUSIC

/
  • Digital Album
    Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      $20 USD  or more

    You own this

     

1.
Om 04:48
2.
3.
4.
5.
Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha Sharanam Ganesha Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha Sharanam Ganesha Ganapati Ganapati Ganapataye Ganapataye
6.
7.
Mukunda Madhava Govinda Bol Keshava Madhava Hari Hari Bol Keshava Madhava Govinda Bol Mukunda Madhava Hari Hari Bol Hari Bol Hari Bol Hari Hari Bol Hari Bol Hari Bol
8.
Shivoam 20:05
Sachara chara para purna Shivoham, Shivoham Nityananda Swarupa Shivoham, Shivoham Anandoham, Anandoham, Anandoham, Anandoham Shivoham, Shivoham Shivoham, Shivoham
9.
10.
Bolo Bolo Sab Mila Bolo Om Namah Shivay Bolo Bolo Sab Mila Bolo Om Namah Shivay Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivay Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivay Joota Jataa Mey Gangaadhaari Trishul Dhaari Damaru Bajaave Dama Dama Dama Dama Damaru Bajaave Gunj Uthao Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivay Om Namah Shivay
11.
Shankara Karuna kara Paramesh vara Jagad ishvara Shankari Karuna kari Paramesh vari Jagad ishvari
12.
Om Mitraaya namahaa Om Ravaye namahaa Om Suryaaya namaha Om Bhaanave namahaa Om Khagaaya namahaa Om Pushane namahaa Om Hiranyagarbhaaya namahaa Om Marichye namahaa Om Aadityaaya namahaa Om Savitre namahaa Om Akaarye namahaa Om Bhaaskaraaya namahaa
13.
14.
Sarvamangala Mangalyam Sarva Papa Pranashanam Chintashoka Prashamanam Ayurvardhana Muttamam Adityah Savita Suryah Khagah Pusha Gabhastimaan Suvarnasadrisho Bhanur Hiranyareta Divakarah Nakshatra Grahataranam Adhipo Vishva Bhavanah Tejasaamapi Tejasvi Dvadashatman Namostute
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Shivaya Namo 03:09
20.
Shantakaram Bhujagashayanam Padmanabham Suresham Vishvadharam Gaganasadrisham Meghavarnam Shubhangam। Lakshmikantam Kamalanayanam Yogibhirdhyanagamyam Vande Vishnum Bhavabhayaharam Sarvalokaikanatham
21.
Pandurang 08:23
Bhakta Varadaya Vidmahe Pandurangaya Dhimahi Tanno Krishnah Prachodayat Om Om Bhakta Varadaya Vidmahe Pandurangaya Dhimahi Tanno Krishnah Prachodayat
22.
Om Puurnnam-Adah Puurnnam-Idam Puurnnaat-Puurnnam-Udacyate Puurnnasya Puurnnam-Aadaaya Puurnnam-Eva-Avashissyate Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih
23.
24.
25.
26.
Hare Krishna 03:36
27.
Nilanjan Samabhasam Raviputram Yamaagrajam Chhaya Maartanda Sambhootam Tham Namaami Shanaishwaram Nilanjan Samabhasam Raviputram Yamaagrajam Chhaya Maartanda Sambhootam Tham Namaami Shanaishwaram
28.
Om Sarvamangala mangalye Shive Sarvartha Sadhike Sharanye Tryambake Gauri Narayani Namostu Te
29.
Om Hari Om Bābāji Hari Om Bābāji Hari Om Guruji Hari Om Guruji Hari Om Mahāvatār Hari Om Keshava Om Prāneshvarā
30.
Mahalakshmi 06:45
Om mahalakshmaye vidmahe vishnu priyayai dhi mahi tanno lakshmi prachodayat Om
31.
Om krishnaya vasudevaya haraye paramatmane pranatah klesha naashhaya govindaaya namo namaha namo namaha
32.
33.

about

Mantra chanting repeated 27 times refers to the practice of reciting a specific mantra twenty-seven times in succession. Mantras are sacred words, phrases, or syllables often used in meditation, prayer, or spiritual practices. The number 27 holds significance in various spiritual traditions and is often chosen as a specific repetition count for several reasons:

Numerical Significance: In numerology, the number 27 may hold special meaning or significance. Different numbers are believed to carry unique vibrations or energies, and practitioners might choose 27 for its particular qualities.

Rhythm and Repetition: Chanting a mantra 27 times provides a rhythmic and repetitive practice that can help calm the mind, induce a meditative state, and enhance focus. The act of repetition itself can be spiritually grounding.

Alignment with Lunar Phases: In some spiritual traditions, the lunar calendar divides into 27 lunar mansions or nakshatras. Chanting a mantra 27 times may be done in alignment with these lunar phases for specific intentions or rituals.

Practical Duration: Chanting a mantra 27 times typically takes a manageable amount of time, making it suitable for daily practice or as part of a larger spiritual ritual.

Spiritual Intentions: When chanting a mantra 27 times, individuals often have a specific intention or purpose in mind, such as seeking inner peace, clarity, healing, or connection to the divine.

It's important to note that the significance of mantra chanting repetitions can vary among different spiritual and cultural traditions. Some may prefer other counts, like 108, which is considered highly auspicious in Hinduism and Buddhism, while others may choose repetitions based on personal or tradition-specific reasons. The key is to engage in the practice with sincerity, focus, and intention to derive spiritual or meditative benefits.

You can make each track repeating 108 times by making it loop 4 times

Total running time: about 5 Hours and 30 minutes

credits

released September 5, 2023

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

TERA MANGALA MEDITATION MUSIC France

Do a keyword search by typing ctrl-f

The tracks are sold with a non-exclusive Royalty-free commercial License. You can use these tracks as Production Music on all your personal and commercial projects.

You can contact me by mail if any questions,
... more

contact / help

Contact TERA MANGALA MEDITATION MUSIC

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

Report this album or account