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(​$​29) Sanskrit Mantras Vol​.​1 - 5 Hours of music - Royalty​-​free - Commercial use

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Lyrics: Bolo Bolo Sab Mila Bolo Om Namah Shivaya Bolo Bolo Sab Mila Bolo Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Joota Jataa Mey Gangaadhaari Trishul Dhaari Damaru Bajaave Dama Dama Dama Dama Damaru Bajaave Gunj Uthao Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya
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Sanskrit mantra chanting is a practice rooted in ancient Hindu traditions that involves repeating specific sacred phrases or sounds in the Sanskrit language. These mantras hold deep spiritual and vibrational significance and are believed to have transformative effects on the mind, body, and soul. Chanting Sanskrit mantras has been a fundamental aspect of Hindu spirituality and meditation for thousands of years. In recent times, it has also gained popularity in various spiritual and wellness communities worldwide.

Here are some key aspects of Sanskrit mantra chanting:

Sacred Sounds: Mantras are composed of syllables or words with a particular sound pattern that carry inherent spiritual energies. The Sanskrit language is considered a sacred language in Hinduism, believed to be divinely inspired. Chanting mantras in Sanskrit is believed to tap into the essence of these sacred sounds and connect with higher realms.

Repetition and Rhythm: Chanting mantras involves the repetition of the chosen phrase or sound. This repetition is often done rhythmically and at a specific pace. The consistent repetition helps focus the mind and leads to a meditative state.

Spiritual Intent: Each mantra is associated with a specific deity, concept, or intention. Some mantras are dedicated to particular gods or goddesses, while others represent universal aspects like peace, wisdom, healing, or abundance. The intention behind chanting a mantra can vary, from seeking spiritual growth and blessings to inner peace and healing.

Meditative Practice: Mantra chanting is often used as a meditative practice. As the practitioner focuses on the sound and meaning of the mantra, the mind becomes more centered and calm. The rhythmic repetition helps silence distracting thoughts, leading to a state of mindfulness and inner stillness.

Mantra Japa: The act of chanting a mantra is known as "mantra japa." The practitioner can use various methods for japa, such as using a mala (prayer beads) to keep track of the repetitions or engaging in mental japa, silently repeating the mantra in the mind.

Pranayama and Sound Vibration: Chanting mantras involves controlling the breath and using specific pranayama techniques to enhance the chanting experience. The vibrations created by vocalizing the sounds are believed to have a profound effect on the subtle energy centers (chakras) in the body.

Benefits: Sanskrit mantra chanting is believed to have numerous benefits, including reducing stress, improving concentration, promoting inner peace, purifying the mind, and invoking divine energies for protection and guidance. Different mantras are said to offer specific benefits depending on their respective deities and intentions.

It's important to note that for some practitioners, Sanskrit mantra chanting goes beyond the religious aspect and can be appreciated for its phonetic and vibrational qualities, which can have positive effects on mental and emotional well-being.

While mantra chanting is deeply rooted in Hinduism, it is also practiced in Buddhism, Jainism, and other spiritual traditions that have been influenced by ancient Indian culture.

This album contains mantra, shloka, bhajan, and kirtan

Total running time : 342 minutes

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released July 19, 2023

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