Great Compassion Mantra / Ani Choying Drolma

Ani Choying Drolma (born June 4, 1971, in Kathmandu, Nepal), also known as Choying Drolma and Ani Choying (Ani, “nun”, is an honorific), is a Buddhist nun and musician from the Nagi Gompa nunnery in Nepal. She is known in Nepal and throughout the world for bringing many Tibetan Buddhist chants and feast songs to mainstream audiences. Namo Ratna Trayāya Namaḥ Ārya Jñāna Sāgara Vairocana Vyūha Rājāya Tathāgatāya Arhate Samyak Sambuddhaya Namah Sarva Tathagatebyah Arhatebyaḥ Samyaksaṃbuddhe Byaḥ Namaḥ Arya Avalokite Śvarāya Boddhisattvāya Mahāsattvāya Mahākāruṇikāya Tadyathā Oṃ Dhara Dhara Dhiri Dhiri Dhuru Dhuru Ite Vatte Cale Cale Pra Cale Pra Cale Kusume Kusume Vare Ili Mili Citijvala māpanāye Svāhā

25 responses to “Great Compassion Mantra / Ani Choying Drolma”

  1. Trong Nguyen says:

    Nam mo a di da phat
    Nam mo dai bi Quan The Am Bo Tat

  2. TokyoBizco says:

    Preciosoooo ¡¡¡¡ Nama Budah, Nama Dharma, Nama Sanghaya ¡¡¡¡¡

  3. tuan nguyen says:

    Nam Mo Dai Bi Quan The Am Bo Tat!

  4. freddyrobinson9 says:

    Very comforting, moving one to reflect upon life and all in it with awakening compassion. Love it!

  5. zara shine says:

    very soothing music…
    

  6. kerryopa says:

    Samyak SambuddhebhyaH, (to the fully and perfectly awakened ones)

    Nama Aryā Avalokiteshvarāya (homage to noble Avalokitesvara)

    Bodhisattvāya, (to the bodhisattva)

    Maha Sattvāya, (to the great being)
    
Maha Karunikāya, (to the greatly compassionate one)

    Tadyatha (thus):
Om Dhāra Dhāra, (bearing)

    Dhīri Dhīri, (firm)

    Dhuru Dhuru (bearing a burden)

  7. kerryopa says:

    Here is an approximation of these lines with English translations —

    Namo Ratna Trayāya, (homage to the triple gem)

    Namah Aryā Jñāna Sāgara, (homage to the ocean of noble wisdom)
    
Vairocana, (the illuminator)
    Vyuharajāya (to the king of the host [also the name of a bodhisattva])

    Tathagatāya, (to the tathagata)

    Arhate, (to the arhat)

    Samyak sambuddhāya, (to the perfectly awakened one)

    Nama Sarva TathagatebhyaH (homage to all tathagatas)
    
ArhatebhyaH, (to the arhats)

  8. alexruocco6587 says:

    To the sound of flute it can comes the beautiful songs with a voice of pure soul. So this is the way Ani Choying Drolma does in her search within her songs, to bring pure joy to those who listen to the songs of spiritualty.

    I really don’t know where I will be after death, but I do believe that my spirit will guide me after life.

  9. CalmRiver3 says:

    Namo Ratna Trayāya Namaḥ Ārya Jñāna Sāgara Vairocana Vyūha Rājāya Tathāgatāya Arhate Samyak Sambuddhaya Namah Sarva Tathagatebyah Arhatebyaḥ Samyaksaṃbuddhe Byaḥ Namaḥ Arya Avalokite Śvarāya Boddhisattvāya Mahāsattvāya Mahākāruṇikāya Tadyathā Oṃ Dhara Dhara Dhiri Dhiri Dhuru Dhuru Ite Vatte Cale Cale Pra Cale Pra Cale Kusume Kusume Vare Ili Mili Citijvala māpanāye Svāhā

  10. bandruid says:

    Pure light. Thank you!!!
    Gracias!!! ♥♥♥

  11. loongdragon1 says:

    This is Peace sung.Just listened to another version with the words,almost drove me crazy.
    Ani Choying always comes through with love ,loving kindness ,and compassion.
    agreat admirer
    a simple buddhist named
    loong

  12. NAMGYAL46 says:

    ཨ་ཎི་ལ་སྐུ་གཟུགས་བདེ་པའམ
    

  13. Leha3535 says:

    anyone know where to get this song mp3

  14. amad0c says:

    do you also have an english translation for that? i would like to know what it means. thank you.

  15. 0811854222 says:

    nice really

  16. djambal says:

    Namo Ratna Trayāya
    Namaḥ Ārya Jñāna
    Sāgara Vairocana
    Vyūha Rājāya
    Tathāgatāya
    Arhate
    Samyak Sambuddhaya
    Namah Sarva Tathagatebyah
    Arhatebyaḥ
    Samyaksaṃbuddhe Byaḥ
    Namaḥ Arya Avalokite
    Śvarāya
    Boddhisattvāya
    Mahāsattvāya
    Mahākāruṇikāya
    Tadyathā Oṃ Dhara Dhara
    Dhiri Dhiri Dhuru Dhuru
    Ite Vatte
    Cale Cale
    Pra Cale Pra Cale
    Kusume Kusume Vare
    Ili Mili Citijvala māpanāye
    Svāhā

  17. Szellemkutya2 says:

    Danebat, then I did not know it right.

  18. Kaskinepal says:

    well thats a sanskri text as far as i know.

  19. Kaskinepal says:

    Now thats a really nice Surprise! i ve some polish friends but i ve never tried comparing the 2 languages.surely in the next days:D

  20. sharon9461 says:

    simply beautiful!!

  21. MrDraconian66 says:

    Great..and hats off to you…

  22. LillyIsBored says:

    really? that’s so cool. i love polish. but there is no place in germany where i could actually learn it. and internet courses usually don’t really work… i’d rather have it as a subject in school… polish is such a nice language! you can be really happy to speak it! peace and love to you 🙂 <3

  23. ururuty says:

    I ask all spiritual people to watch his videos 777ALAJE and lets send love to our planet every day and make it better:) love and light to all

  24. Tomash87p says:

    Poezja śpiewana… Did you know that Polish language after Hindi and Tibetian is the most similar to Sanskrit!!!!!! Greetings from Poland 🙂 Zapraszam osoby z Wrocławia do dyskusji, gg:8546208 Namaste 🙂

  25. zalxder says:

    i want the statue at 1:30