Author: Rameshwar MishraPublisher: Manoj PublicationsYear: 2009Language: EnglishPages: 200ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
A Mantra is a religious syllable from the Sanskrit language. They are primarily used as spiritual conduits, wo4ds or vibrations that instill one-pointed concentration in the devotee. Other purposes have included religious ceremonies to accumulate wealth, avoid danger or eliminate enemies. Mantras originated in the Vedic religion of India, later becoming an essential part of the Hindu tradition. The use of mantras is now widespread throughout various spiritual movements. Mantras are interpreted to be effective as vibration, which may include verbal repetition in the form of chanting or internal mental incantation. For this reason great emphasis is put on correct pronunciation. Mantras are used in Eastern spiritual traditions to divert the mind from basic instinctual desires or material inclinations, by focusing the mind on a spiritual idea.
1. About Mantra2. Sadhna & Siddhi3. Mantra of Satvik Deities4. Mantras of Rajsik Dieties5. Mantras of Taamsik Dieties6. Miscellaneous Gayatri Mantras7. Vashikaran, Aakarshan, Sammohan, Ucchhatan & Stambhan Mantras8. Mantras of Navgraha Dieties9. Guru Gorakh Nath ke Aghori & Sabar Mantras10. Rare Jain Mantras11. Old Mantras of Muslim Gurus12. Mantras of Dus Mahavidya13. Remedial Mantras for Health14. Mantras for Children & Marriage Life15. Popularity & Educational Mantras16. Profession & Trade Related Mantras17. Bad Spirits, Totka & Poison Related Mantras18. Wealth Related Mantras19. Election & Suits Winning Mantras20. Zodiac Sign & Nakshatra Mantras21. Miscellaneous Mantras