Gayatri Mantra (27 Repetitions)

Revered by both Buddhists and Hindus worldwide. It is considered to be a supreme vehicle for gaining spiritual enlightenment. The Entire Mantra says, “I invoke the Earth Plane, The Astral Plane, The Celestial Plane, The Plane of Spiritual Balance, The Plane of Human Spiritual Knowledge, The Plane of Spiritual Austerites, and The Plane of Ultimate Truth. Oh, great Spiritual Light which is the brilliance of all Divinity, we meditate upon You. Please illumine our minds.” www.gayatrimantra.net Origin Rishis selected the words of the Gayatri Mantra and arranged them so that they not only convey meaning but also create specific power of righteous wisdom through their utterance. The ideal times for chanting the mantra are three times a day – at dawn, mid-day, and at dusk. These times are known as the three sandhyas – morning, mid-day and evening. The maximum benefit of chanting the mantra is said to be obtained by chanting it 108 times. However, one may chant it for 3, 9, or 18 times when pressed for time. The syllables of the mantra are said to positively affect all the chakras or energy centres in the human body – hence, proper pronunciation and enunciation are very important. In general, Brahmarishi Vishwamitra is credited as the mantra-dhrishta(Mantra was revealed to him) of the Gayatri Mantra. Gayatri Mantra is devoted to God Savitr. Savitr refers to Sun. Sun here does not imply the sun of our solar system. Rather it implies a Sun of all suns. Sun that is the source of

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24 responses to “Gayatri Mantra (27 Repetitions)”

  1. knoxvilleguy2 says:

    @musics4Rsoul It seems strange to exclude women, just because chanting it might cause a biochemical / hormonal imbalance. It was meant to apply to everyone, regardless of boundaries of biology or society.

  2. PeaceOnEarth39 says:

    Deva Premal chants this so beautifully as well, and her femininity has not changed. I love her version as well as his one. Very soothing yet so powerfully reassuring.

  3. thismoment23 says:

    highly recommended to chant this mantra, you can chant it morning, midday, or at sunset, but as well during the day. The significance of the mantra is being revealed to the one who repeats the mantra. It purifies your whole being. It will clear your mind and heart. At the end you say shanti 3 times to allow peace to decend upon you. Hari Om.

  4. BoneRomania says:

    beautiful mantra and video! thank you so much for uploading

  5. thedarkchamber2005 says:

    I don’t know if women and so called -low castes were allowed to chant this originally. They MUST definitely be allowed to NOW. Things change with time and they must. This is how Hinduism survived test of times.

  6. nehas097 says:

    hey the mantra is excellent and the video is also nice bt it also contains the video of SUNSET and watching sunset is not considered good because it indicates the end of the day,the end of something which is not good .

  7. CyntByAzriel5 says:

    Thanks for sharing with us. Beautiful!

  8. stephanie0037 says:

    There is a very nice Gayatri Mantra recitation by Jagjit Singh. I found it at the public library. But it is not like this.

  9. TRoMPiKoM says:

    Sòlo agradecer los momentos de paz que reporta escuchar, leer y enunciar estos sonidos. Salud, dingnidad y belleza.

  10. zlessly says:

    you are right, but you would be suprised that the people of india, iran, pakistan, and afghanistan are the same race that the eurpeans are, they and us (assuming your european) are part of and ethnic/linguistic group called indo european. and this similarity is not far off, it they broke of of the original group about 5,000 years ago.

  11. IntelligenterName says:

    Does someone knew the name of the CD – I want to have this wonderful Mantra on CD. Thank you very much

  12. rahulverma120 says:

    no.

  13. brightlyblessed says:

    Thank you for posting this, Lila
    Namaste

  14. RespectableFolk says:

    very nice version, 51’N 17’E na rzecz wyższej świadomości g

  15. Phonologie says:

    Meditamos por la gloria de ese Ser que ha creado este universo. Sea Él/Ella quien nos ilumine la mente.

  16. mirarostodo says:

    You know what languaje has a strong affinity with Sanskrit: Lithuanian(the oldest european languaje still spoken today).

  17. gaua6789 says:

    Phonetic version:
    OM BHUR BUVA SUVA HA THATH SAVITHUR VARENIAMM
    BHARGO DEVASYA DHEEMAHI DHI YOYONA PRACHODAYATH AHTE

  18. ayahuasca1973 says:

    This is so beautiful, and powerful. It really connects me to the ancient.

  19. SilkeyEdgar says:

    Realmente bonito!!

  20. rohinijanwadkar says:

    ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः ।
    तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि ।
    धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात् ॥
    (यजुर्वेद अध्‍याय-36 मंत्र-3)

  21. zxc304 says:

    i like this very much.

  22. CricketSayWhat says:

    would it be ok if while praying, i played this in a cd and followed along mentally?

  23. mbandlamudi says:

    i like this video.

  24. lauriem1967 says:

    It is so captivating, and attractive, lulls my mind, too bad I’m female. If I practice it less often would it still cause me to lose my feminine character? It’s so hypnotic.