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Mantra before taking food

This verse from the Bhagavad-Gita [chapter4 verse 24] is a very popular Hindu Mantra which is recited before taking food.

The meaning of this Mantra is-He the one who eats the food is the Brahman [ever-existent], he is eating [offering] the food which is also the Brahman to the ever- existent fire [the stomach] which is also the Brahman. He seeks nothing but harmony and peace not only in himself but everywhere.

This is deep and profound Spiritual meditation on the inner self, meditation on the inner self which is nothing but a part of the over self. All activities including eating food are activities of the Brahman [ever-existent]

Bhojan Mantra
Brahmarpanam brahma havir brahmagnau brahmana hutam ll
Brahmaiva tena ghantavyam brahmakarma samadhinaha ll
Om shanti: shanti: shanti: ll

भोजन मंत्र
ब्रह्मार्पणं ब्रह्म हवि:र्ब्रह्माह्माग्रौ ब्रह्मणा हुतम l
ब्रह्मैव तेन गन्तव्यं ब्रह्मकर्मसमाधिना ll
ll ॐ शान्ति: शान्ति: शान्ति: ll

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