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Mantras are considered to be divine rhymes composed by the ancient Vedic Rishis/saints in the divine language of Sanskrit.

Mantras are energy-based sounds.They are primarily used as spiritual conduits, words or vibrations that instill one-pointed concentration in the devotee.Other purposes have included religious ceremonies to accumulate wealth, avoid danger, or eliminate enemies etc.
Mantra is a combination of magical/mystical words and sound waves.Mantra is recited to relax mind & to fulfill the desired work.

Mantra is an invocation or a mystical formula, which aids the person to release the self and attain bliss and ultimate fulfillment. The sounds involved in a Mantra are themselves significant for they generate in the individual an unusual mystic power. Mantra produces a set of vibration in the surrounding atmosphere & its force depends on the attitude of the person as well as the intensity of concentration.
Mantras are performed through faith, the results of which cannot be analyzed measured, weighed, seen but are felt. The force of Mantra can be only felt. It should be performed with due faith and all rituals, then it is fruitfull. You must have complete faith in Mantra you are reciting and must know its meaning. Do the things as per prescribed methods. You will experience sensation and vibrations during or at the end of Japa, this is a sufficient proof to believe. Mantra requires faith, Japa, hard work ad per laid dictums to realize the desired objects and vibrations. Each Mantra has a different use, The vibrations of sound create desired reactions within the body too.

Some Powerful Vedic Mantras
Types of Vedic Mantra

Mantra is an invocation or a mystical formula, which aids the person to release the self and attain bliss and ultimate fulfillment. The sounds involved in a Mantra are themselves significant for they generate in the individual an unusual mystic power. Mantra produces a set of vibration in the surrounding atmosphere & its force depends on the attitude of the person as well as the intensity of concentration.

Mantras are performed through faith, the results of which cannot be analyzed measured, weighed, seen but are felt. The force of Mantra can be only felt. It should be performed with due faith and all rituals, then it is fruitfull. You must have complete faith in Mantra you are reciting and must know its meaning. Do the things as per prescribed methods. You will experience sensation and vibrations during or at the end of Japa, this is a sufficient proof to believe. Mantra requires faith, Japa, hard work ad per laid dictums to realize the desired objects and vibrations. Each Mantra has a different use, The vibrations of sound create desired reactions within the body too.

Recitation of Mantras with a prescribed number of times at different timings to give desired results. There are three ways to perform Mantra :

UPANSU JAPA: It is the method where Japa is done very slowly so that nobody can hear it. Only lip movement should be there.

MANSIK JAPA: The Japa carried out only in the heart without any sound or lip movements.

VACHIK JAPA: In this method you can recite the mantra in a low, medium or high tone of your sound.

 
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