The word Swaha [स्वाहा] which is used at the end of most mantras if translated into English literally means totally destroyed or completely burnt. This word is an exclamation which denotes a resolve for the complete destruction of the offering, if offered as a sacrifice to fire.
The word Swaha if used at the end of Mantras is an exclamation denoting the will and assertion to accomplish a specific purpose. It can also be taken as ‘so be it’ or; ‘so may it be’, and if combined with an attitude of self surrender ‘I offer’. Most Mantras are for a specific purpose; hence the assertion to accomplish the purpose is essential.
Namah [नम:] is another word which one comes across very often in a lot of mantras. This word also indicates a will to accomplish a purpose; as assertion. It also indicate surrender or bowing before the object of prayer or meditation.
Both the words Swaha and Namah however have no specific meaning attached to them. The use of these words depends largely upon the context in which the Mantra or prayer is used. Thus more than one meaning can easily be attributed to these words. One has to understand that these are broad terms.
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