The presence of Divine God was experienced in the form of WORD since the creation of life. The creation of human being would have been useless if he was unable to express his feelings, and then man would have been similar to animals. All those dumb organisms are provided shelter by human beings. The Mantras are made of the Vedic combination of – WORDS ARE THE DIVINE GOD, and those Vedic mantras have been written down in the divine language – Sanskrit. Mantras are mentioned in the Vedic tradition and all man-made religions. The most effective knowledge can only be obtained by the Vedic mantras of the traditional Hindu religion.

The presence of God in words can be easily realized by transformation of each word of the Devnagari script in Hindi. By using the eternal combination of these words, Mantras were formed. According to the instructions of the three supreme Gods and the three supreme Goddesses, the great sage – Ved Vyasa, Parashar, Maharshi Bhrigu, Maharshi Bhargava, Jamadagnya, Vashishth and others have developed the human ceremonies by the power of the mantras. On the basis of the names of these sages, who developed the Vedic ceremonies for various communities, their GOTRAS (race) have been decided.

In this Kaliyuga (the present age), the human culture is deteriorating, but due to the effect of the Yagyas and offerings of Mantras done by the brahmins, this universe is continuously in motion. As the followers of the traditional Hindu religion are aware of the Siddha – Mantras, the more popular of the mantras are – Om, Navagraha , Maha mrittunjay mantra , Gayatri mantra and various siddhi providing effective mantras are used according to our Vedic system. OM O-I-MA, vigorous, god, auspicious, i.e. the word “OM” is pronounced at the beginning of every Mantra. Thereafter, the mantra is recited. Here we wish to highlight that OM should be pronounced only once before the mantra. Then only the mantra should be recited. For example Om Namah Shivaya, Namah Shivaya _ _ _ _ . The Origin of the mantra, its Siddhi and Use – all the three have their own scientific basis. Mantras are Self-Siddha. The practice of Mantras by man gives the natural result of the Mantra.

Without Mantras, the world cannot be imagined. It is practical that even God can be approached only through Trust; otherwise it is only a statue of stone. It means that even stones have their destiny – one stone is considered Lord Shiva’s symbol and one is fixed in the wall of the house. Similarly, paper has its destiny – one paper has Vedas written on it and the other paper is a form of Goddess Laxmi (currency note). Those who lack trust do not trust even their parents and at times, they consider stones as their parents. All this system of human life is attached with Mantras. Even a child in the womb of the mother can hear the mantras through his mother and then the effect of the Mantra is visible somewhere in the life of that child. The people who come under the influence of Mantras through mind, speech or action, are capable of attaining all the results of the Mantras.

It is through Mantras that Feelings and God are called up. Maarana, Mohana, Vashikaran, Sammohana and Uchchatana and other Vedic and Tantrik mantras have been used for human welfare. It needs to be known that throughout the world, Mantras have been used successfully through Siddhi and Worship. The great scholar- Ravana conquered the world through good use of siddhi of mantras, whereas his empire was destroyed by the misuse of the siddhi of mantras. The honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is a clear example of the blessings of the Siddhi and Worship of Mantras. This topic is self-proved and needs no further proof.

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