Saturday, June 19, 2010

Gayatri Hrudaya


Gayatri Hrudaya
Gayatri Hrudaya is in Sanskrit. The most pious and powerful mantra is Gayatri Mantra. The Gayatri Mantra is called as Mantra Raj i.e. king of all mantras. Gayatri Mantra is having 24 letters in the mantra. Each and every letter is pious and auspicious and has a power to vanish sins committed by us. It is described in this Gayatri Hrudaya. However to have a experience of the power in each letter, we have to recite the Gayatri Mantra many many many times, with observing all the rules, customs with full devotion, faith and concentration.
1) Om kar is white, yellow and red in color. By reciting Om kar, sin done by eyes is vanished.
2) Tat kar is white in color and it is worshiped by Vashishtha Rushi and others. By reciting Tat kar, sin of killing Brahaman (cast of people in Hindu religion) is vanished.
3) Sa kar is white in color and it is worshiped by God Keshava. By reciting Sa kar, sin of killing cow is vanished.
4) Vi kar is red in color and it is worshiped by God Shiva. By reciting Vi kar the sin like killing a lady is vanished.
5) Tu kar is having a color of gold and it is worshiped by God Vasudev. By reciting Tu kar sin committed by excessive sex is vanished.
6) Vra kar is having a color like Ghee. It is worshiped by God Ganesh. By reciting Vra kar, sin committed by drinking wine is vanished.
7) Re kar is red in color. It is worshiped by God Surya (Ravi). By reciting Re kar, the sin committed by going to bad places is vanished.
8) Nyan kar is having a color like milk. It is worshiped by Goddess Parvati. By reciting Nyan kar, the sin committed by (the things which are not to be eaten) bad eating is vanished.
9) Bha kar is having a color like ketu i.e. black. Bha kar is worshiped by God Brahma. By reciting Bha kar, the sin committed being in company of bad people is vanished.
10) Gor kar is worshiped by Guru of all Gods. By reciting Gor kar, sin committed like insulting Guru is vanished.
11) De kar is having a color like Malati flower. It is worshiped by God Shiva. By reciting De kar, sin of killing of brother is vanished.
12) Va kar is like honey in color. It is worshiped by Dharnidhara i.e. Shesha Nag. By reciting Va kar, the sin like eating with bad people is vanished.
13) Sya kar is shyam in color. It is worshiped by God Ganesh. By reciting Sya kar, the sin of killing animals is vanished.
14) Dhi kar is having a color like clouds. It is worshiped by Goddesses. By reciting Dhi kar sin committed with bad thinking (nature) is vanished.
15) Ma kar is shyam in color. It is worshiped by Praddhumana. By reciting Ma kar, sin committed by lying is vanished.
16) Hi kar is tamas i.e. black in color. It is worshiped by Munies. By reciting Hi kar sin committed being in bad work is vanished.
17) Dhi kar is white in color. It is worshiped by Goddess Dhimata (Saraswati). By reciting Dhi kar, sin committed by visiting bad places is vanished.
18) Yo kar is having white color like seism. Yo kar is worshiped by Yogis. By reciting Yo kar, the sin committed with a bad will is vanished.
19) Yo kar is shyam in color. It is worshiped by God Neelakantha (God Shiva). By reciting Yo kar, sin committed by cruising people is vanished.
20) Naha kar is white in color. It is worshiped by God Shiva. By reciting Naha kar, sin committed by drinking liquor is vanished.
21) Pra kar is having hinguli color. It is worshiped by Manmatha. By reciting Pra, sin committed by eating bad food is vanished.
22) Cho kar is having Sindhu color. It is worshiped by God Madhusudan (God Vishnu). By reciting Cho kar, sin committed by all our organs is vanished.
23) Da kar is Jambu in color. It is worshiped by God Shiva. By reciting Da kar, all type of sin is vanished.
24) Yat kar is having a color like bimba. It is worshiped by God Shiva. By reciting Yat kar, the sin committed in all earlier births is vanished.
Here completes Gayatri Hrudaya.
Thought for the Day
Don’t change direction, and you may end up where you are heading.
---Lao-tzu.
Success
First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.
-Epictetus.
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