Mantras are sacred words, phrases or sounds that are chanted or recited repeatedly as part of spiritual practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and other Indian religions. The word “mantra” comes from the Sanskrit language, where “man” means “to think” and “tra” means “tool” or “instrument”. Thus, a mantra is a tool or instrument for focusing and controlling the mind, and for connecting with higher consciousness or divine energies.

Durga saptasati 

These seven verses from Durga saptasati! These are powerful mantras to remove obstacles and negativity from life. It is chanted regularly, normally chanted during the auspicious occasion of navaratra! helps to bring Abundance, harmony, peace, and divinity to life. If one wishes he can chant it every day!


Mahamritunjaya is the mantra of healing. It heals illness and diseases, This mantra also prevents untimely death.

Peace Mantra

It is one of the Mantra that connects master and disciple to progress together in a path of Enlightenment.



In Hinduism, there are many mantras that are considered to be powerful and effective for various purposes such as spiritual growth, healing, protection, prosperity and enlightenment. Some of the major Hindu mantras include:

Om: The most basic and widely used mantra, which represents the sound of the universe and the ultimate reality. Gayatri Mantra: A prayer to the Sun god for wisdom, enlightenment and liberation. Mahamrityunjaya Mantra: A prayer to Lord Shiva for healing and protection from death and suffering. Hanuman Chalisa: A hymn to Lord Hanuman, the monkey god who symbolizes strength, courage and devotion. Hare Krishna Maha Mantra: A chant to Lord Krishna for love, joy and spiritual bliss.

In Buddhism, mantras are known as “dharanis” or “words of protection” and are often associated with specific deities or Buddhas. They are used to purify the mind, cultivate compassion and wisdom, and generate positive karma. Some of the major Buddhist mantras include:

Om Mani Padme Hum: A mantra associated with the bodhisattva of compassion,  Avalokiteshvara, which means “jewel in the lotus” and represents the union of wisdom and compassion.

Namo Amituofo: A mantra associated with Amitabha Buddha, which means “homage to Amitabha Buddha” and is used for invoking his blessings and guidance. Tadyatha Om Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Svaha: A mantra associated with the Heart Sutra, which represents the ultimate realization of emptiness and wisdom.

At Bodhidham, we offer a variety of mantra videos that can help you deepen your spiritual practice and connect with divine energies. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, our mantra videos can help you experience the power and beauty of these sacred sounds.