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Gayatri Mantra

One of the most powerful mantras, preserved till our times in the ancient scriptures of the mankind. It consists of 24 syllables, taken from a hymn of the Rig Veda (III 62.10), the authorship of which is attributed mostly to Rishi Viswamitra. It is believed that the mantra contains the essence of the Vedas.

The regular repetition of the Gayatri Mantra with faith, sincerity and devotion, concentration leads to purification of the mind and body, confers wisdom, prosperity, tranquility and enlightenment, removes all obstacles, eliminates fears, dangers, purifies karma, blesses with release, as well as results to the development of spiritual intelligence. With the proper chanting of the mantra, the practitioner's mind can see the truth without distortion, without stratification of consciousness, it allows us to develop intuition. Regardless of gender, nationality and religion it can be pronounced by any person.
Gayatri Mantra and its translations:
Om Bhur Bhuvah Svaha
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi
Dhiyo Yonah Prachodayaat

OM BHUR bhuvah Suvaha
Thathsavithur VARENYAM
Dhiya yo nah Prachodayat

Gayatri Mantra can have multiple translations, because Sanskrit is the language of images. Below are a few of free options.

OM - The original sound vibration underlay the Creation; Brahman; Spirit; Primal Light
BHUR - Bhur loka (the physical plan, the Earth plan of existence; the material world or Prakriti - Nature)
Bhuvah - Bhuva Loka (middle world, subtle world); also, Bhuva is Prana of Shakti - all-pervading energy.
Svaha - Swarga loka (Heaven plan of existence - the land of the gods or celestial sphere)
TAT - That One (demonstrative); Supreme Reality, inexpressible in words
SAVITUR – That, from which everything is born; from which everything is  manifested
Vareniyam - Worthy of worship, reverence; desired
BHARGO - Radiance, the spiritual Effulgence; Light that bestows Wisdom
DEVASYA - Divine Reality
Dhimahi - meditate (dhyana - meditation, the seventh stage of yoga); contemplate
DHYO - Buddhi, the spiritual mind
YO - Which
NAH - Our
Prachodayat – enlighten and illuminate!

"Let the Supreme Light, which illuminates the three worlds, illuminate our minds. And directs rays of consciousness on the path of righteousness".

"We meditate on the Divine Light of the Sun of the spiritual consciousness. Let it light up our minds, like a shining sun dispels the darkness".

Gayatri Mantra has allowed Sage Viswamitra to use rare types of weapons that are submitted to his will when the mantra was said with faith. Thanks to the power gained in such a way, Viswamitra was able to create a copy of this universe.

To download the different variations of the Gayatri Mantra chanting can be found in this section.