Brahma

Brahma Mantra

Brahma-World-Creation
Lord Brahma is considered as the “Brahm”, the Supreme God. Students, teachers and scholars worship the creator to seek the blessings of God in acquiring knowledge. People meditate upon Lord Brahma to attain peace of mind. Brahma Mantra forms the part of meditation on the lord. Mantra of Hindu God Brahma is as follows:

Brahma Mantra

Om Namo Rajo Jushei Sristau
Sthithou Sattwa Mayayacha
Tamo Mayaya Sam-Harinei
Vishwarupaya Vedhasei
Om Brahmanyei Namaha

Bramha Mantra Meaning In English

Brahma is the creator of the universe. He created the universe with his three nature qualities, positive, negative and dormant. Brahma represents Om, the eternal bliss. Brahma is the supreme god, who brought all things to form. I bow to that divine god Brahma.

Brahma

Another Brahma Dev Mantra

Om Aim Hrim Shrim Klim Sauh
Sat Chit Ekam Brahma

Meaning

This mantra contains lot of Bheejas or sound seeds and therefore cannot be translated in full. However, some expressions of this mantra that address Brahma as the one supreme and absolute consciousness is noteworthy.

Chanting the Brahma Mantra helps us to fulfill the four aims of life righteousness, Prosperity, Pleasures and Liberation. Brahma Mantras are also good for those who wish to gain knowledge. Given below are the Mantras of Lord Brahma.

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