Lord Dattatreya Mantras


Lord Dattatreya Mantras
Lord Dattatreya is the incarnation of the Holy Trinity consisting of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He thereby has the combined qualities of the Trinity. He is considered as the Guru of all Gurus. This incarnation of the Creator, the Protector and the Destroyer is said to be very kind to his worshipers and bless them with all they need. Lord Dattatraya is normally portrayed with a cow representing Bhoomi Devi (Mother Earth) and four dogs at his feet representing the four Vedas. Dattatreya has three heads symbolizing the unity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He also represents the time (past, present and future) and the 3 main aspects of the Universe (creation, preservation and destruction).

Lord Dattatreya was born to Sage Atri and Anasuya because of the boon she received from the Trinity who tested her. They begged Anasuya who was well known for her chastity for alms and requested her to prepare and serve food for them after being naked. As it is considered wrong to turn guests away and Guests are considered as god she agreed to the request. But the power of her chastity was such that the Trinity had to turn infants to be fed by her. Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva was extremely pleased by her that they showed their original form and blessed Anusuya that she will give birth a son who will be the embodiment of the three Lords. The word Datta means ‘Given’. As he was given as a son to the sage couple Atri and Anasuya, he is also known as Atreya.

The taraka monosyllable mantra of Dattatreya is 'Daam' and the six syllable mantra is 'OM, ShriiM, HriiM, KliiM, GlauM, DraaM. Given below are some of the popular mantras of Lord Dattareya.

Om Guru Datta Namo Namaha ll
Om Hareem Parambraham Parmaatmane Hari Harbrahyendraya Dattatroyaye swaha ll

Dattaatreya Hare Krishna unmataananda daayaka, digambara, mune,
baala, pishaaca, jnaana saagara

Om namo Bhagavate Dattaatreyaaya
smarana maatra samtushtaaya ll

Vedic Mantra for Dattatraya

Om Aaam Hreem Krom Ehi Dattatreya Swaaha ll
Om aim krom klim klum rham rhim rhum souhou Dattatreyay Swaaha ll

Dattatreya Gayatri Mantras

Om Dattatreya Vidmahe
Atri putraaya dhimahi
Thanno Datta prachodayat ll

Om digambaraya vidmahe
Yogishwaraya dhimahi
Tanno data prachodayat ll

Om Dattatreya vidmahe
Digambaraya dhimahi
Tanno data prachodayat ll

Om Dattatreya vidmahe
Avdootaya dhimahi
Tanno data prachodayat ll

Om Dram hreem krom
Dattatreya vidmahe
Yogishwaraya dhimahi
Tanno data prachodayat ll

It is said that chanting these mantras can help counteract the malignant influences of the planets (navagrahas), cure diseases and bring peace and joy.

Parvati Swayamvara Mantra

Parvati Eshwari Mantras
Goddess Parvati is one of the many forms of Shakti, the powerful feminine energy of the universe.  She is the Goddess of Love and devotion. She is an auspicious goddess and the divine consort of Lord Shiva and represents virtue, skill, fertility, marital felicity, asceticism and power as per the Hindu mythology. Given below is a popular Parvati Mantra or Eshwari Mantra.

Hrim Shreem Klim Param Eshwari Swaha

Another popular Mantra of this Goddess is the Parvathi Swayamvara Mantra which is the only moola mantra specifically written for making marriage happen by removing obstacles in marriage. This powerful mantra is made up of 48 letters. Apart from solving the delay in marriage, Swayamvara parvathi moola mantra is also used for solving problems in Pregnancy, misunderstandings among couples etc.

Parvati Swayamvara Mantra or Swayamvaraparvathi Mantra

Om Hreem Yoginim Yogini Yogeswari Yoga Bhayankari Sakala
Sthavara Jangamasya Mukha Hridayam Mama Vasamakarsha Akarshaya

Meaning: “O thou who is always in Union with Lord Shiva, give me the power of attraction and fascination, O Noble One!”This mantra should be recited 1008 times daily 108 days with utmost devotion for the removing of all obstacles for marriage. The recitations should ideally end by performing Parvathi Swayamvara Homa by Vedic scholars.

Parvathi Swayamvara Dhyana Sloka

Balarkayutha Suprabham Karathale Rolambamalakritham
Malaam Sandhadhatheem Manohara Thanum Mandasmithodyanmukheem
Mandam Mandamupeyushim Varayithum Shambhum Jaganmohinim
Vande Deva Munindra Vanditha Padam Ishtarthadham Parvathim

This dhyana sloka should be recited every Friday evening regularly with utmost devotion for getting the desired husband early.

Parvati Sloka

Sarva Mangala Maangalye, Shive Sarvaartha Saadhike
Sharanye Tryambake Gaurii, Naaraayanii Namostute

Meaning of this Sloka: Goddess Parvati is the auspiciousness She is the consort of Lord Shiva and who grants all our hearts desires. I adore such Devi Parvati who loves all her children. I bow to the great mother who has given refuge to me.

Kamadeva Mantras

Kamadeva Mantras
Kamadeva is the Hindu Deity of love. Kama Deva literally means 'divine love' or 'god of love'. He is normally depicted as a young and handsome winged man who wields a bow and arrows. Kamdev is known by several names like Ragavrinta, Ananga, Kandarpa, Manmatha, Manasija, Madana, Ratikanta, Pushpavan, Pushpadhanva or simply Kama. The story of the birth of Kamadeva is told differently in several Puranas. In some stories Kamadeva is said to be the son of Goddess Mahalakshmi and in others he is said to be the mind born son of Lord Brahma. He is also the husband of Rati the Goddess of Beauty and is also said to be an incarnation of Pradyumna, a son of Krishna by Rukmini. The vaishnavites believe that he is Krishna himself. The basis of the story is that after Kamadeva was burned to ashes by Shiva because of his anger the cupid god merged into the body of Vasudeva Krishna and in order to get his body again he was placed in the womb of Rukmini.

Kamadev Mantra
Kling Kamdevaya Namah

Kamadev Gayatri Mantra
Kleem Kaamdevaaya Vidmahe
Pushpa Baanaaya Dheemahi
Tanno Angaa Prachodayaat

In this mantra KLEEM is the Kama bija. Om can be used instead of kleem as well. Chanting 1 mala of this Mantra facing West on a 108 beads Rosary for a 40 day period can bring in love and affection to the chanter as it increases the positive energies from the 7th house which is related to desires, marriage and relationships.  If you have been searching for the right love or life partner in vain or your sexual life has gone stale then chanting Kamadeva Gayathri Mantra can help.  The most auspicious time to start chanting this mantra would be on Pradosh kaal preferably from Basant Panchami till Holi. Wearing the 13 mukhi Rudraksha Bead representing God Cupid is also very effective in attracting love. 

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