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A mantra is a unique pattern of words or letters which has a hidden potent and mystical power to bring about specific results.Each mantra has a presiding deity or a mystical force to whom it is addressed.

A person can achieve supreme realization by meditating on a specific mantra. Mantra neither depend on its conventional meaning in Sanskrit, nor resembles its object symbolically. So translation of any mantra does not have any significance.

Mantras generate a great positive energy inside the person who chants it with full devotion.As you chantra a mantra, the brain produces alpha waves for creating harmony in the brain.Mantras also help to work on your relationships and also create internal power.There are two main catagories of Mantras as follows-

Saguna Mantra -
This Mantra is chanted in the process of attaining self-realization through the invocation of a specific deity. Saguna Mantras have different patterns which can create positive energies or can subside the negative vibrations.

Nirguna Mantra -
This Mantra is without form.There are no deities or personalised aspects of God to be invoked.These are abstract Mantras which create a vibration in which the meditator identifies with the whole of the Cosmos.

How to chant a Mantra -

* Take a sacred bath.

* Mantras should be chanted continuously for 108 times, and further till a multiple of 108.

* Monday is for Lord Shiva; Tuesday & Wednesday for Lord Ganesha; Thursday for Gurus; Friday for Devis; Saturday for Lord Hanuman and Sunday for Suryadev.

* Chanting should begin and complete on respective days.It is advisable to chant Mantras in either in a domestic prayer roomor in a temple.

* Sit preferably on an insulated rug with folded legs and facing the east or north direction.

* Use a rosary with 108 beads or a digital machine for counting.Rosaries made of rudrakshas is preferred.

* The maximum you chant the Mantras, the more benefits you get.