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Dhanvantari Mantra

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Lord Dhanvantari is regarded as the god of ayurvedic medicine (Ayurveda) in the Hindu religion. People pray to Dhanvantari, asking him for improved or good health for themselves and for others. Mantra of Dhanwantari with its meaning is as follows:

Dhanvantri Mantra

Dhanvantri Mantra

ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय धन्वन्तरये अमृतकलश हस्ताय |
सर्वामय विनाशनाय त्रैलोक्यनाथाय श्री महाविष्णवे नमः ||

Dhanvantri Mantra IN English

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaaya Dhanvantaraye Amrita-kalasha Hastaaya |
Sarva-amaya Vinashaaya Trailokya Naathaya Dhanvantri Maha-vishnave Namaha ||

Dhanvantri Mantra Translation

We pray to the God, who is known as Sudarshana Vasudev Dhanvantari. He holds the Kalasha full of nectar of immortality. Lord Dhanvantri removes all fears and removes all diseases. He is the well wisher and the preserver of the three worlds. Dhanvantari is like Lord Vishnu, empowered to heal the Jiva souls. We bow to the Lord of Ayurveda.
Dhanteras

Short Mantras of Lord Dhanvantri

Om Dhanvantaraye Namah
Om Shri Dhanvantre Namah

Dhanwantri Maha Mantra

“Om Namo Bhagavate Maha Sudharshana
Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye; Amrutha Kalasa Hasthaaya
Sarva Bhaya Vinasaya Sarva Roka Nivaranaya
Thri Lokya Pathaye Thri Lokya Nithaye
Sri Maha Vishnu Swarupa Sri Dhanvantri Swarupa
Sri Sri Sri Aoushata Chakra Narayana Swaha”

Dhanwantari Gayatri Mantras

“Om tat purushaaya vidmahae
Amritha kalasa hastaaya dheemahi
Tanno Dhanvantri prasodayaat””Om aadivaidhyaaya vidmahae
Arogya anugrahaaya dheemahi
Tanno dhanvantri prasodayaat”

Dhanvantari is an avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. He appears in the Vedas and Puranas as the physician of the gods (devas), and the god of Ayurveda. It is common practice in Hinduism for worshipers to pray to Dhanvantari seeking his blessings for sound health for themselves and/or others, especially on Dhanteras.

Bhagavata Purana states that Dhanvantari emerged from the Ocean of Milk and appeared with the pot of nectar during the story of the Samudra (or) Sagara Mathana whilst the ocean was being churned by the Devas and Asuras, using the Mandara mountain and the serpent Vasuki. The pot of Amrita was snatched by the Asuras or Demons, and after this event another avatar, Mohini, appears and takes the nectar back from the Asuras. It is also believed that Dhanvantari promulgated the practise of ayurveda.

(Dhanwantari Mantra, Dhanvantri Mantra)

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