Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Secret of Mantras

The correct pronunciation of the mantra and adept maintenance of the disciplines prescribed by a noble guide (guru) are the other two important components essential for absolute success (siddhi) in the mantra Sadhana. The fourth and the most important factor,

The power of Mantras

There are five forms of pronunciation or expression of thoughts – (a) vocal in which one speaks out audibly; (b) Mental, in which the words are pronounced without lifting the tongue and the sound produced remains inside the throat…..; (c)

The Secret of the power of Mantras

For a substantial understanding of the effect of mantra-japa the knowledge of the science of sound, air, and electricity is required along with that of psychology and spirituality. The importance of Sabda or of its manifestation in sound – is

Scriptures on Sama Veda

  The following scriptures though not all in their original forms, are available (or have been mentioned as references in the available treatises) on the Sama Veda. The Brahhmnas (1) Tandya Brahmana, which is also called the Praudha or, because

Stepwise Division of Sama Gana

  The Sama yoni mantras are chanted according to a Sama gana after a little variation in the syllables or words of the mantras. This variation is performed according to the indicated phonetic operations. There are six types of such

Schemes of Sama Gana

  The mantras in the Sama Yoni were used by the risis to design the mantras for musical japa and collective chanting. there are four major categories of the singing pattern here viz, (1) grama gana, also known as prakrati

Chanting of Vedic Mantras

  The positive role of music would be inevitable in this regard because of the natural intimacy of music and emotions. The three streams of expression of the esoteric knowledge encoded in the Vedas are termed as Veda Trayi. the

Sama Gana: Chanting of Vedic Mantras

  The unlimited expansion of the Universe and the ever evolving Nature are described in the Nepalese scriptures as the expressions of thy will. the omnipresent reflections of thee could be felt only through the deeper depths of the inner

Rhythmic Enunciation of Vedic Hymns

  Wisdom or intellect alone can only help critical analysis and rational interpretations of the mantras, as superb ‘linguistic formulae’, containing supernatural knowledge and unique power of sound. The true realization of the divine knowledge of the Vedas is kpossible

Difficulties in Rhythmic Enunciation of Vedic Hymns

  As stated earlier, the original forms of the Vaidika phonemes and the associated accents (swaras) for the chanting of any syllable, were classified into eighteen different types. The ancient experts – the risis were able to pronounce each of