MANTRA

Mantra means a sacred message. It is a motivating word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. Mantra is made of two roots: man, means ‘mind or contemplation’ and tra, means ‘to liberate’. Transcendental sound liberates consciousness from the finite mind. Focus on the sound of breath mind is absorbed in its manisfestation and consciousness becomes free from the sensual world and becomes one with sound vibrations. Repetition of the Mantra with the breath brings the mind into subconscious stage and further deeper into unconscious. When unconscious is absorbed into deeper reallms of mind without any external distractions, then Yantra of Breath in symbolic form manifests. Mantra of breath is the sound vibration and the Yantra is the form. Reflection on the Yantra is the process of concentration of mind until it reaches at its final point of illumination or ‘mind blowing experience’.  

Mantra is a Healing and motivating sound that helps concentration. Mantras and Prayers are the basic parts of Meditation.

Any auspicious work starts with Mantras and Prayers for enhanced benefits. Similarly, it closes with Prayer by thanking for the benefits received.

Purpose and power of Prayer is immense. To believe means to look ahead, look within, research and research the possibilities. On the other hand, non-believing means an end to find possibilities. It is also the righteous way assuming that despite all out efforts, the supernatural power will eventually come to rescue.

Mantras of the planets are used to gain the powers of planets for attainment of spiritual or worldly goals. For example, if we recite planet Jupiter Mantra for facilitating its wealth giving properties, it will promote that for us. If we seek wisdom giving properties, it will promote that, and so on. However, we must be careful in seeking any powers as it will energize our mind for karma in that area to explore its potential. Generally, we should primarily seek spiritual goals for mantras for the good of the universe.

The main name mantras are:

Sun – Om Sum Suryaya Namaha

Moon: Om Cham Chandraya Namaha

Mars: Om Kum Kujaya Namaha

Mercury: Om Bum Budhaya Namaha

Jupiter: On Brim Brihaspattae Namaha

Venus: Om Shum Shukraya Namah

Saturn: Om Sham Shanaye Namaha

Rahu: Om Ram Rahave Namah

Ketu: On Kem Ketave Namah

Every Prayer and sacred work will begin and end with Holy Exclamation ॐ (AUM).

ॐ (AUM)  is acclaimed as the most powerful word-symbol of Brahma, the Supreme Reality. It is known as Pranava “which pervades life”.

ॐ (AUM)  is a sacred sound and spiritual icon which is also a Mantra in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.

ॐ (AUM)  composed of 3 sounds. 1st sound “अ” “A” symbolises Vishnu, the 2nd sound “ऊ” “U” Maheshwar and the 3rd sound “म” “M” symbolises Brahma.         

When the resounding exclamatory sound ॐ (OM) is uttered, it wards off all evils and obstacles. It is Akash Tatwa (Sky, Space or Environment) one of the five essential elements of nature constituting human body. This Akash Tatwa is ruled by Jupiter Planet signifying Jeeva or Life Force – Breath. It also denotes Paradise (Swargs) where Gods (Devatas) live as against Earth (Prithvi) where we live and Pataal or the world under earth where demons live supposedly. This sound helps in hearing problems besides all matters connected with ‘Vata (Air & Ether or Space)’ disorders. It helps in awakening of Kundalini which moves upwards passing through various Chakras towards self-enlightenment.

The Shanti Mantras or “Peace Mantras” are supposed to calm the mind of reciter and the surrounding environment besides removing any obstacles in performing the task being undertaken.

Shanti Mantras end with three times uttering “Shanti! Shanti!! Shanti!!!” which means “Peace”. The reason for uttering “Shanti” three times is that there are sources of obstacles and troubles in following three realms:
1. Physical: Source of physical troubles and obstacles comes from external world, such as from people, wild animals, natural calamities etc.

2. Divine: Source of divine troubles and obstacles comes from extra-sensory world of angels, spirits, ghosts, deities etc.

3. Internal: Source of troubles and obstacles coming from one’s own mind and body such as diseases, pain, laziness etc.

When Shanti mantras are recited, above three troubles & obstacles are pacified.

1. Navgraha Mantra, Brahma Murari Tripurantakari

 (in Sanskrit taken from Vamana Purana, Chapter 14, with some variations.)

 

ब्रह्मा मुरारिस्त्रिपुरान्तकारी,         Brahmaa Muraaris-Tripuraantakaari,

भानुः शशी भूमिसुतो बुधश्च;                  Bhaanuh Shashii Bhuumisuto Budhash-Ca;
गुरुश्च शुक्रः शनिराहुकेतव,                    Gurush-Ca Shukrah Shani-Raahu-Ketavah,
कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम्.                    Kurvantu Sarve Mama Suprabhaatam.

Meanings of the words used in “Brahma Murari Tripurantakari” Mantra:

ब्रह्मा मुरारिस्त्रिपुरान्तकारी,         Brahmaa Muraaris-Tripuraantakaari,

(In the early morning I remember) The Devas Brahma, Murari (The enemy of demon Mura, refers to Sri Krishna as Avatar of Vishnu) and Tripurantakari (The One Who has brought an end to Tripurasuras, refers to Sri Shiva),
भानुः शशी भूमिसुतो बुधश्च;                  Bhaanuh Shashii Bhuumisuto Budhash-Ca;

The Planets Bhanu (The Sun), Shashi (The Moon), Bumisuta (Mars) and Budha (Mercury),
गुरुश्च शुक्रः शनिराहुकेतव,                    Gurush-Ca Shukrah Shani-Raahu-Ketavah,

Guru (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu and Ketu,
कुर्वन्तु सर्वे मम सुप्रभातम्.                    Kurvantu Sarve Mama Suprabhaatam.

May all of them make my Morning Auspicious.                                            

The Planets Bhanu (The Sun), Shashi (The Moon), Bumisuta (Mars) and Budha (Mercury),

(Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu and Ketu,

May all of them make my Morning Auspicious.        

Benefits of “Navgraha Mantra, Brahma Murari Tripurantakari–” include:

1. It strengthens benefic planets and enhances their positive influence.

2.It propitiates malefic planets which not only reduces their malefic effects but also starts blessing with their benefic effects instead. It is recommended for those whose benefic planets are weak and unable to deliver. The malefic planets are capable of causing substantial damage.

3. Navgraha Mantra should always be recited for protection and benefits from all the planets.

2. Gayatri Mantra and AUM Chanting

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ॐभूर्भुवः॒स्वः                Oṃ bhur bhuvaḥ svaḥ

तत्स॑वि॒तुर्वरे॑ण्यं॒             tat savitur vareṇiyaṃ

भर्गो॑दे॒वस्य॑धीमहि         bhargo devasya dhimahi

धियो॒योनः॑प्रचो॒दया॑त्      dhiyo yo naḥ pracodayat

                                                MEANING

ॐभूर्भुवः॒स्व,                 Oṃ bhur bhuvaḥ svaḥ,

Oh Divinity! You are the Giver of Life; Remover of pain and sorrow; The     Bestower of    happiness;

तत्स॑वि॒तुर्वरे॑ण्यं॒;            tat savitur vareṇiyaṃ;

Oh God! Creator of the Universe; you are the Best and Radiant like Sun;

भर्गो॑दे॒वस्य॑धीमहि,        bhargo devasya dhimahi,

May we receive Your Divine Supreme sin-destroying light;

धियो॒योनः॑प्रचो॒दया॑त्;     dhiyo yo naḥ pracodayat;

            May You guide our intellect in the right direction.

Meanings of the words used in the Gayatri Mantra:

Aum                            – Almighty God
Bhoor                          – Embodiment of Vital or Spiritual Energy,
Bhuvaha                      – Destroyer of Suffering,
Swaha             – Embodiment of Happiness,

Tat                               – That (Indicating God)
Savitur                         – Bright or Luminous like Sun,
Varenyam                   – Supreme, Best
Bhargo                        – Destroyer of Sins,
Devasya                       – Divine,

Dheemahi                   – May Receive
Dheeyo                        – Intellect,
Yo                                – Who,
Nah                             – Our,
Prachodayat                – May Inspire

Meaning of the Prayer:

Oh God! You are the Giver of Life; Remover of pain and sorrow; The Bestower of happiness;

Oh God! Creator of the Universe; May we receive Your supreme sin-destroying light; May You guide our intellect in the right direction.

About the Prayer: Taken from the Rig-Veda (Origin of Man from Consciousness). The Gayatri Mantra or Guru Mantra or Savitri (Sun) or Mother of Vedas “Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha — “is said to be the highest and most powerful Mantra. Its proper pronunciation and enunciation are important. It protects from harm wherever we are, makes our intellect shine, improves power of speech, dispels the darkness of ignorance.

Benefits of “AUM Chanting & Gayatri Mantra” include:

1. Its sound is a powerful medium for the expression of the subtle through the gross which transmits immense energy and enhances concentration of mind. It relaxes brain and body and enhances self-awareness. It creates internal peace, calmness and positive energy-vibrations.

2.It purifies environment and its sound-vibration are felt through our vocal cords and sinuses which clears the vocal cord, sinuses, spinal cord and the airways.

3.It protects from harm wherever we are, makes our intellect shine, improves power of speech, dispels the darkness of ignorance.

3. Guru Mantra

 

गुरुःब्रह्मा,  गुरुरविष्णु,                          Gurur Brahmaa, Gurur Vishnu,

गुरुरदेवोमहेश्वर;                                   Gurur Devo Maheshwarah;
गुरुसाक्षातपरब्रह्म,                               Gurur Sakshat Parabrahma,              

तस्मैश्रीगुरुवेनम.                                  Tasmai Shri Guruve Namah.

Meanings of the words used in the Guru Mantra:

गुरुःब्रह्मा,  गुरुरविष्णु,     Gurur Brahmaa,Gurur Vishnu,

                                    Guru is Brahma (The God of Creation),

                                    Guru is Vishnu (The God of Sustenance),

गुरुरदेवोमहेश्वर;           Gurur Devo Maheshwarah;

                                    The Guru is Shiva (The God of Annihilation);
गुरुसाक्षातपरब्रह्म,       Guru Sakshat ParaBrahma,

                                    The Guru is verily the Supreme God,

तस्मैश्रीगुरुवेनम.          Tasmai Shri Guruve Namah. 

                                    My Salutation to such a Guru.

Guru is verily the representative of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He creates & sustains knowledge and destroys the weeds of ignorance. I salute to such a Guru.

Benefits of Guru-Mantra include:

1. Since Guru is considered to be the teacher of Sages and Gods, its recital brings wisdom and knowledge. Learning is the best way to expand horizon. It can help in attaining focus in studies by enhancing concentration.

2.As the name suggests, its regular chanting can reduce the adverse effects of planet Jupiter when adversely placed in the natal chart.

3. It relaxes brain and body and enhances self-awareness. It creates internal peace, calmness and positive energy-vibrations.

4. Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra 

महामृत्युंजयमंत्र

ॐत्र्यंबकंयजामहे, सुगंधिम्पुष्टिवर्धनं, उर्वारूकमिवबंधनान्, मृत्योर्मुक्षीयमामृतात्

 

ॐ त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे                  – Om Tri-Ambakam Yajaamahe 
सुगन्धिं पुष्टिवर्धनम्                 – Sugandhim Pusstti-Vardhanam
उर्वारुकमिव बन्धनान्                – Urvaarukam-Iva Bandhanaan 
मृत्योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात् ॥            – Mrtyor-Mukssiiya Maa-mrtaat ||

Meanings of the words used in “Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra”:

ॐ  Aum = is a sacred/mystical syllable in Sanatan Dharma or Hindu religions.

Tri + ambakam                       = three + eye

Yajamahe                               = We worship, adore, honour, revere;

Sugandhim                             = Sweet fragrance or fragrant;

Puṣṭee                                     = A well-nourished condition, thriving, prosperous, fullness of life;

Vardhanam                            = One who nourishes, strengthens, causes to increase in health, wealth, well-being; who gladdens, exhilarates and restores health; a good gardener;

Urvarukamiva                       = Like the cucumber or melon or like a big peach;

Bandhanan                             = From captivity i.e. from the stem of the cucumber;

Mṛtyormukṣiya                       = Free or liberate from death;

Mamṛtat                                 = Free me from death but not from immortality.

Meaning of the Prayer:
1. Om, We Worship Lord Shiva, the Three-Eyed One;
2. Who is Fragrant with Spiritual Essence and Nourishes all beings;

3. May He severe our Bondage of Samsara or Worldly Life, like a Cucumber severed from the bondage of its Creeper;
4. Liberate us from the Fear of Death, by making us realize that we are never separated from our Immortal Nature. 

About the Prayer: Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is from Rig Veda 7.59.12 (Sri Shiva). The Mahamrityunjaya mantra is a potent combination of sounds that, if repeated with faith, dedication and perseverance over a period of time, leads, not only to victory over the fear of death, but eventually to victory over death itself or moksha (liberation). It is thus known as a ‘moksha mantra’. It is stimulating and heating (Gayatri mantra is soothing and cooling). It bestows longevity and is designed to cure illness. It wards off evil or negative forces by creating a protective psychic shield around the practitioner. It is said to destroy sorrow and poverty, and to fulfil all of one’s desires. Anyone who wishes to remove obstacles in life and overcome difficult situations or illness should repeat this mantra regularly. If chanted a minimum of eleven times, last thing at night, it will ensure a better sleep and more positive dreams.

5. Kragre Vaste Lakshmi –—-

(From Vishnu Puran)

कराग्रे वसते लक्ष्मि,                               Karaagre Vasate Lakssmih,

करमध्ये सरस्वति;                                Karamadhye Sarasvati;

करमूले स्थिता गौरी,                             Kara-Moole Sthitaa Gowri,

प्रभाते करदर्शनम्.                                 Prabhaate Karadarshanam.
                                    MEANING:

कराग्रे वसते लक्ष्मि,                               Karaagre Vasate Lakssmih,

At the Top of the Hand (tip of fingers) resides Devi Lakshmi 

करमध्ये सरस्वति;                                Karamadhye Sarasvati;

At the Middle of the Hand resides Devi Saraswati
करमूले स्थिता गौरी,                             Kara-Moole Sthitaa Gowri

At the base (wrist) of the Hand resides Devi Gowri

प्रभाते करदर्शनम्.                                 Prabhaate KaradarshanamTherefore it is auspicious to look at the hands in the Early Morning and contemplate on Them.

Meanings of the words used

Kara                                       = Hand

Agre                                      = Beginning

Vasate                                   = Resides

Lakshmi                                 = Goddess Lakshmi; deity of wealth, beauty

Madhye                                   = Middle

Saraswati                               = Goddess / deity of Knowledge, wisdom

Moole                                    = Base or Wrist

Sthitaa                                   = Reside or Seated

Gowri                                    = Goddess Parvati; deity of Power and Strength

Mangalam                               = Auspicious

Darshanam                              = Seeing

Meaning of the Prayer

At the Top of the Hand (i.e. Palm) resides Devi Lakshmi and at the Middle of the Hand resides Devi Saraswati.

At the Base or Wrist of the Hand resides Gowri / Parvati, the deity of Power and Strength.

Therefore, one should Look at one’s Hands in the Early Morning and contemplate on Them.

 

 

 

6. Asatoma Sadgamaya

Taken from Brihadaranyaka Upanishads 1.3.28 (God and I are One) of Yajur Veda (Mantra of Peace or Shanti)

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असतोमासद्गमय।                   = Asato ma sadgamaya

तमसोमाज्योतिर्गमय।              = Tamasoma jyotir gamaya

मृत्योर्मामृतंगमय॥                   = Mrityormaamritam gamaya

ॐशान्तिशान्तिशान्तिः।।         = Om Shanti! Shanti!! Shanti!!!.

Meanings of the words used in Prayer “Asatoma Sadgamaya”:

Word                                       Meaning

Asto                                         = Unreal, non-existent, untruth, ignorance

Ma                                          = Me

Sat (sad)                                  = Reality, truth

Gamya                        = move or lead

Tam (tamas)                           = darkness, ignorance

Jyoti (Jyotir)                            = Light, clarity, purity

Mrityu (mrityor)                     = Death

Amrita (amritam)                   = Deathlessness, ambrosia

Om                                          = Holy ghost as in Christian trinity, holy word,

    word of creation, holy vibration

Shanti                                      = Peace

Meaning of the Prayer

From ignorance, lead me to truth;

From darkness, lead me to light;

From death, lead me to immortality

Om peace, peace, peace!!

About the Prayer

“Asatoma Sadgamaya” is a Shanti Mantra (Mantra of peace). It is used as a prayer in Indian schools, during spiritual and religious gatherings, yoga classes, social events and other times. It is believed that the recitation of these verses bring peace. 

7. ॐसंगच्छध्वंसंवदध्वं Saṃgacchadhwaṃ Samvadadhwam

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ॐसंगच्छध्वंसंवदध्वं                = ॐ Saṃgacchadhwaṃ samvadadhwam;

संवोमनांसिजानताम्                 = Saṃ vo manaṃsi janatam;

देवाभागंयथापूर्वे                         = Deva bhagaṃ yatha purve;

सञ्जानानाउपासते ||               = Sanjanana upasate.

Meaning of the Prayer:

May we march forward with a common goal;
May we be open-minded and work together in harmony;
May we share our thoughts for integrated wisdom;
May we follow the example of our ancestors who; 
achieved higher goals by virtue of being united.

About the Prayer: Famous Rig Veda hymns ‘Sangachadwam, samvadadwam samvomanamsi janatam’ (R.V. X -192 -2) emphasis the unity of minds to create healthy powerful organisations for prosperity and happiness of all and to promote fellow feeling and righteousness.

8. Shantih Mantra from Upanishads

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ॐ सर्वेशां स्वस्तिर्भवतु ।                       = Om! sarveshaam swastir bhavatu;
सर्वेशां शान्तिर्भवतु ।                             = Sarveshaam shantir bhavatu;

सर्वेशां पुर्णंभवतु ।                                 = Sarveshaam poornam bhavatu;

सर्वेशां मङ्गलंभवतु ।                            = Sarveshaam mangalam bhavatu;

सर्वेभवन्तुसुखिनः।                               = Sarve bhavantu sukhinah;

सर्वेसन्तुनिरामयः                                 = Sarve santu niraamayaah;

सर्वेभद्राणिपस्यन्तु।                              = Sarve bhadraani pashyantu;7.

माँकश्चित्दुख: भागभवेत॥                     = Maakaschit duhkha bhaag bhavet;
ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥      = Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||

Meaning of the Prayer:
1. May there be Well-Being (Swasti) in All;
2. May there be Peace (Shanti) in All;
3. May there be Fulfilment (Poornam) in All;
4. May there be Auspiciousness (Mangalam) in All;
5. May all be happy (sukhinah);
6. May all be free from disabilities! (niraamayaah);
7. May all look (pashyantu)to the good of others!
8. May none suffer from sorrow! (duhkha)

9: Om Peace, Peace, Peace.

Meanings of words used in Prayer

May everyone be happily. May everyone enjoy good health. May all see auspiciousness. May none experience distress. May peace prevail everywhere.

About the Prayer

This prayer is for the prosperity and welfare of humanity. To achieve anything in life, one has to make an effort and await the results. In addition, many unknown factors and laws influence the outcome of that effort. By praying to the Lord, one acknowledges these laws as the natural order inseparable from the Lord, and one acknowledges the Lord as the giver of all results of action.

 

9. “ॐजयजगदीशहरे” Om Jai Jagdish Harey

“ॐजयजगदीशहरे” “Om Jai Jagdish Harey” is a Prayer for the Deity Vishnu, which is widely sung by many Hindus within the Indian Diaspora, regardless of their native language. The prayer is sung by the entire congregation at the time of Aarti, a form of Hindu worship. This Prayer may have been inspired by the Dashavatara (दशावतारकीर्तिधवलम्) section of Gita Govinda of Jayadeva, a lyrical composition of 12th century, which has the same refrain. There are also variants of the song, using the same tune and structure, but with focus on different deities. These include Om Jai Lakshmi MataOm Jai Shiva Omkara and Om Jai Shiva Shakti Hare.

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Devanagari Transliteration English Literal Translation
 जयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
स्वामी* जयजगदीशहरे Swāmī* jaya Jagadīśa hare Mighty Lord of the whole Universe
भक्तजनोंकेसंकट, Bhakta janoṅ ke saṅkaṭa The agonies of devotees
दासजनोंकेसंकट, Dāsa janoṅ ke saṅkaṭa The sorrows of devotees
क्षणमेंदूरकरे, Kṣaṇa meṅ dūra kare In an instant, thou removest
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
जोध्यावेफलपावे, Jo dhyāve phala pave He who’s immersed in devotion
दुखबिनसेमनका Dukha binase mana kā His mind’s sadness ceases
स्वामीदुखबिनसेमनका Swāmī dukha binase mana kā Lord, his mind’s sadness ceases
सुखसम्पतिघरआवे, Sukha sampatī ghara āve Joy, prosperity enter the home
सुखसम्पतिघरआवे, Sukha sampatī ghara āve Joy, prosperity enter the home
कष्टमिटेतनका Kaṣṭa miṭe tana kā A body free of problems
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
मातपितातुममेरे, Māta pitā tuma mere Thou art my Mother and Father
शरणगहूंमैंकिसकी Śaraṇa gahūṅ maiṅ kisakī Whom should I take refuge with
स्वामीशरणगहूंमैंकिसकी Swāmi śaraṇa gahūṅ maiṅ kisakī Lord, whom should I take refuge with
तुमबिनऔरनदूजा, Tuma bina aura na dūjā Without thee, there is no other
तुमबिनऔरनदूजा, Tuma bina aura na dūjā Without thee, there is no other
आसकरूंमैंजिसकी Āsa karūṇ maiṅ jisakī For whom I would wish
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
तुमपूरणपरमात्मा, Tuma pūraṇa Paramātmā Thou art the ancient great soul,
तुमअंतरयामी Tuma Aṅtarayāmī Thou art the omnipotent master
स्वामीतुमअंतरयामी Swāmi tuma Aṅtarayāmī Lord, thou art the omnipotent master
पारब्रह्मपरमेश्वर, Pārabrahma Parameśwara Perfect, Absolute, Supreme God
पारब्रह्मपरमेश्वर, Pārabrahma Parameśwara Perfect, Absolute, Supreme God
तुमसबकेस्वामी Tuma saba ke swāmī Thou art the Lord of everything and everyone,
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
तुमकरुणाकेसागर, Tuma karuṇā ke sāgara Thou art an ocean of mercy
तुमपालनकर्ता Tuma pālanakartā Thou art the protector
स्वामीतुमपालनकर्ता, Swāmī tuma pālanakartā Lord, thou art the protector
मैंमूरखखलकामी Maiṅ mūrakh khala kāmī I am a simpleton with vain desires,
मैंसेवकतुमस्वामी, Maiṅ sevaka tuma swāmī I am a servant and thou art the Lord
कृपाकरोभर्ता Kṛpā karo Bhartā Oh Lord, Grant me thy divine grace
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the Universe
तुमहोएकअगोचर, Tuma ho eka agochara You are the one unseen
सबकेप्राणपति, Sabake prāṇapati Of all living beings
स्वामीसबकेप्राणपति, Swāmī sabake prāṇapati The Lord of all living beings
किसविधिमिलूंदयामय, Kisa vidhi milūṅ dayāmaya Grant me a glimpse
किसविधिमिलूंदयामय, Kisa vidhi milūṅ dayāmaya Grant me a glimpse
तुमकोमैंकुमति Tumako maiṅ kumati Guide me along the path to thee,
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the Universe
दीनबंधुदुखहर्ता, Dīnabaṅdhu dukhahartā Friend of the helpless and feeble
ठाकुरतुममेरे, Ṭhākura tuma mere Benevolent saviour of all
स्वामीठाकुरतुममेरे Swāmī ṭhākura tuma mere Lord, benevolent saviour of all
अपनेहाथउठाओ, Apane hātha uṭhāo Lift up your hand
अपनेशरणलगाओ Apane śaraṇa lagāo Offer me thy refuge
द्वारपड़ातेरे Dwāra paṛā tere At thy feet
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the Universe
विषयविकारमिटाओ, Viṣaya vikāra miṭāo Removing faults of the mind (like ego, greed, selfishness etc.)
पापहरोदेवा, Pāpa haro Devā Defeating evil, Supreme Soul,
स्वमीपापहरोदेवा,. Swāmī pāpa haro Devā Lord, defeating evil
श्रद्धाभक्तिबढ़ाओ, Śraddhā bhakti baṛhāo With all my Faith and devotion
श्रद्धाभक्तिबढ़ाओ, Śraddhā bhakti baṛhāo Oh Lord, With all my faith and devotion
संतनकीसेवा Saṅtana kī sevā In Eternal Service Unto Thee,
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Mighty Lord of the whole Universe
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagdīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
स्वामीजयजगदीशहरे Swāmī jaya Jagadīśa hare Mighty Lord of the whole Universe
भक्तजनोंकेसंकट, Bhakta janoṅ ke saṅkaṭa The agonies of devotees
दासजनोंकेसंकट, Dāsa janoṅ ke saṅkaṭa The sorrows of devotees
क्षणमेंदूरकरे, Kṣaṇa meṅ dūra kare Thou instantly removest
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe
ॐजयजगदीशहरे Om jaya Jagadīśa hare Oh Lord of the whole Universe

10. Prayer to Almighty for Blessings of HIS Name and Meditation

हेजगपिता, हेजगप्रभु,

मुझेअपनेनामकादानदो।

तुझेअपनेमनमेंमैंदेखलूँ,

वहज्ञानदोवहध्यानदो।

Hey Jag-Pita, Hey Jag-Prabhu,

Mujhe Apne Naam Ka Daan Do;

Jujhe Apne Manna Mein Maan Dekh Luin,

Vaha Gyan Do Vaha Dhyan Do.

Meanings of words and phrases used in the Prayer to Almighty for Blessings of HIS Name and Meditation

हेजगपिता,                                Hey Jag-Pita = Oh Father of the Universe,

हेजगप्रभु,                                  Hey Jag-Prabhu = Oh God of the Universe,

मुझे अपने नाम का दान दो;  Mujhe Apne Naam Ka Daan Do;

= Bless me with your name;

तुझे अपने मन में मैं देख लूँ, Tujhe Apne Manna Mein Main Dekh Luin,

= Allow me to see you in my mind,

वह ज्ञान दो वह ध्यान दो।     Vaha Gyan Do Vaha Dhyan Do.

= Bestow me thou Knowledge and Meditation.

11. Prayer to Almighty for Happiness and Welfare for self and every one

हाथ जोड़कर प्रभु से प्रार्थना करते हैं:

हे प्रभु मैं सुखी रहूं,

मेरा परिवार सुखी हो,

मेरा समाज सुखी हो,

मेरा राष्ट्र सुखी हो,

सारा संसार सुखी हो.

Meanings of words and phrases used in the Prayerto Almighty for Happiness and Welfare for self and for every one

हाथ जोड़ कर प्रभु से प्रार्थना करते हैं:       Hath Jod kar Prabhu Se Prarthna Karte Hain Ki:

= Folded hands, Praying to Almighty:

हे प्रभु मैं सुखी रहूं,                       Hey Prabhu Mein Sukhi Rahun,

                                                = Oh Almighty, May I remain Happy,

मेरा परिवार सुखी हो,                  Mera Parivaar Sukhi Ho,

                                                = May My Family remain Happy,

मेरा समाज सुखी हो,                   Mera Samaj Sukhi Ho,

                                                = May My Society remain Happy,

मेरा राष्ट्र सुखी हो,                       Mera Rashtra Sukhi Ho,

= May My Nation remain Happy,

सारा संसार सुखी हो.                   Saara Sansar Sukhi Ho.

= May Entire World remain Happy.