Mantra chanting, stotras, aartis are the part of daily worship in Hinduism. Keeping mantra anushthana or chanting mantra for 108 times is the part of hindus life. And moreover hindus celebrate lot of festivals. But these are not just mere celebration, they are about worshipping gods and goddess. These festivals come on the auspicious days. Therefore chanting mantras on the festivals bring more prosperity and abundance in ones life.
One of the most famous festival, Diwali, comes on the no moon day of Kartika month as per hindu calendar. The day is the occasion of victory of light over darkness, dharma over adharma and positive forces over evil. Different stories of many gods and goddess are related to the occasion of diwali.
Mantras To Chant During Diwali
Goddess Maha Lakshmi Mantra
Goddess Maha lakshmi is the giver of comforts, wealth, harmony, abundance and much more. She is worshipped in eight forms called Ashta Laksmi. You can read the blog on Ashta Lakshmi Goddesses and their mantra. Goddess Lakshmi is the consort of Lord Vishnu. She is one of the trinity of Goddesses Maha Saraswati, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Kali. Her powerful mantras are below:
Om Shreem Shriyei Namah
Om Shreem Lakshmyai Namah
Om Maha Devyai Cha Vidmahe
Vishnu Patni Cha Dhimahi
Tanno Lakshmihi Prachodyaat
Om Shring Hring Kling Aing Saung Om Hring Ka A Ea Hring Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hring Sakal Hring Saung Aing Kling Hring Shring Om
Lord Kubera is the Hindu God of wealth. He is one of the four Lokpal, other three are indra, varuna and yama. Lord Kuber did a great penance and got the position of the lokpal as a boon from Lord Brahma. He takes care of the wealth and distribute them to the people as per their karmas. To attain wealth and money chant kubera mantra below:
Om Shreem Hreem Kleem Shreem Kleem Vitteshvaraya Namah
Om Hreem Shreem Kreem Shreem Kuberaya Ashta Lakshmi Mam Grihe Dhanam Puraya Puraya Namah
Diwali is majorly celebrated in honor of Lord Rama. His devotees all over india and abroad celebrate the festival with full enthusiasm. Lord Rama returned after completing 14 years of forest life. He came back killing demon ravana and others. People lit up many earthen pots and decorated the city. The whole Ayodhya was brightened up on the no moon day (amavasya of kartika) when the lord came with Sita ji, Lakshman ji and his friends. Since then diwali is known for lighting up diyas and welcoming God Rama.
In Hinduism Lord Ganesha is worshipped first among all the Gods. He is the lord of auspiciousness. He is the remover of obstacles and hurdles. Ganesha is invoked at first before starting new things. Thus Lord Ganesha is the lord of new beginnings too. He is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Kartikeya is elder to him. Ganesha is symbol of auspiciousness, new beginnings, wisdom and intellect. On diwali, bring auspiciousness and fortune to your life by chanting Ganesha Mantra.
Vakratunda Mahakaya Suryakoti Samaprabha|
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva Kaaryeshu Sarvada||
Om Shreem Gam Saumyaya Ganpataye Vara Varada Sarvajanam Me Vashamanaya Swaaha.
Om Gam Ganpatye Namah or Om Gam Ganpapatye Namo Namah
Om Ekdantaaya Vidmahe
Tanno Danti Prachodayaat
How to do mantra chanting and Benefits
Above are the powerful mantras and give rapid results. But for that one has to have the full faith on mantras and Gods. To chant mantra sit in a comfortable posture with erect spine. Use a rosary of 108 beads to have a count of mantra. As it is advised to chant the mantra for 108 times. Chant the mantra or listen to them with devotion and concentration. One can also do the mantra anushthan for specific number of days or for particular number of count. One can chant the mantra in three ways, those are: saying it loud, whispering or silently with breath.
These mantras bring luck, success and fortune in one’s life. Because all of the above mantras hold immense power they can fulfill the desire of devotee if done with faith. Chant the mantra regularly! Chanting diwali mantra removes darkness, evil forces and negativity from ones life. Fill your life with positivity, happiness, material and spiritual gains, wisdom and all kind of comforts.