Saturday, July 24, 2010

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra:


Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra:

It is very important to know the sense of the words as this makes the return meaningful and brings forth the results.

OM----- means not spelt out in the Rig-Veda, other than has to be further to the beginning of all Mantras as known in an previous Mantra of the Rig-Veda addressed to Ganapati.

TRYAMBAKKAM----- refers to the three eyes of Lord Shiva. 'Trya' means 'Three' and 'Ambakam' means eyes. These three eyes or sources of explanation are the three main deities, namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and the three 'AMBA' means Mother or Shakti' are Saraswati, Lakshmi and Gouri. Therefore in this word, we are referring to God as Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

YAJAMAHE---- means, "We sing Thy honor".

SUGANDHIM------ refers to His smell of facts, presence and power as creature the great and forever spreading around. Fragrance refers to the joy that we get on meaningful, since or emotion His good deeds.

PUSTIVARDHANAM----- Pooshan refers to Him as the sustainer of this world and in this way; He is the Father of every one. Pooshan is too the inner impeller of all information and is thus the Sun and also symbolizes Brahma the Creator.

URVAAROKAMEVA------ 'URVA' means "VISHAL" or big and great or deadly. 'AAROOKAM' means 'illness'. Thus URVAROOKA means deadly and strong diseases. The diseases are also of three kinds caused by the power of the three Guna's and are ignorance, falsehood, and weaknesses.

BANDANAAN------ means bound down. Thus study with URVAROOKAMEVA, it means 'I am jump down by deadly and strong diseases.

MRITYORMOOKSHEYA------- means to bring us from death for the sake of Mokshya.

MAAMRITAAT------ means 'please provide me some Amritam to obtain out of the death inflicting diseases as fine as the cycle of re-birth.

2 comments:

dhanus said...

Hi. Thank you. Fear of death is a deadly disease.

dhanus said...

Hi. Thank you. The fear of death is a deadly disease!

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