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Hindu Mantra for Truth Seekers

The meaning of this  simple three words Hindu Mantra given in this post is I meditate upon the God, who is the Origin of all thing in the Universe” This particular Mantra has a very profound and deep meaning, which can easily be attributed to any preferred deity, which the seeker visualizes as the origin or creator of all things in the Universe.

Om Aagraaya Namah ||
ॐ अग्राय नमः ||

This Mantra is among the rare Devotional Mantras, which are found in the ancient Hindu religious texts to worship Shri Ganesha. However, in my opinion the Mantra can also be easily attributed to any other preferred deity off the Sadhak, the one who he visualizes as the Supreme deity of the Cosmos, like Shiva, Vishnu or Durga Mata.  Truth Seekers belonging to other religions like Christianity or Islam can also attribute the Mantra to God the Father or Allah whom they pray to for guidance and success in their quest for truth.

Hence, the Mantra is suitable for the seekers of the unknown to meditate upon the beginning of all things, the point at which what we called the Universe originated. The Chanter of the Mantra Meditates upon the one who created or gave birth to all things.

While studding the ancient scripture, I discovered that it should start giving positive results after the completion of 900,000 Chants.

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