कृष्णाय वासुदेवाय हरये परमात्मने । Krishnaya Vasudevaya Haraye Paramatmane Mantra

ॐ कृष्णाय वासुदेवाय हरये परमात्मने ।
प्रणतः क्लेशनाशाय गोविंदाय नमो नमः ।।

“Om Krishnaya Vasudevaya Haraye Paramatmane
Pranatah Kleshanashaya Govindaya Namo Namah”

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मथुरा के प्रसिद्ध श्री प्रेमानंद महाराज कहते है की कृष्णाय वासुदेवाय हरये परमात्मने । प्रणतः क्लेशनाशाय गोविंदाय नमो नमः ।। इस मंत्र का पाठ करणे से, हमारी कठिनाइयों को दूर करने और हमारे पीड़ा को सहणे की शक्ति देता है।

भगवान शिव, जिन्होंने इस गहरे मंत्र को माता पार्वती को सिखाया, कहते हैं कि वे लोग जो इस मंत्र का नियमित रूप से जाप करते हैं, उन्हें ना सिर्फ अपने पापों से मुक्ति मिलेगी बल्कि समय के साथ आत्मा को विष्णु लोक की प्राप्ती होगी, जो भगवान विष्णु का आवास है।

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The mantra “Krishnaya Vasudevaya Haraye Paramatmane, Pranatah Kleshanashaya Govindaya Namo Namah” is a powerful and revered Sanskrit chant dedicated to Lord Krishna from Shrimad BhagwatGeeta, one of the most beloved deities in Hinduism.

This mantra is a kind of Lifesaving Mantra when you feel depressed and feel like it’s the end then you must keep chanting this mantra daily until you feel normal and get new hope to live again. This Mantra addresses Shri Krishna by various divine names and attributes.

कृष्णाय वासुदेवाय हरये परमात्मने । Krishnaya Vasudevaya Haraye Paramatmane Mantra

Here’s a brief explanation of its significance:

  1. Krishna: Refers to Lord Krishna, the Supreme God and a central figure in Hinduism, known for His divine play, teachings, and unconditional love.
  2. Vasudeva: A name of Lord Krishna, emphasizing His divine and all-pervading nature.
  3. Hari: Another name for Lord Krishna, signifying the remover of obstacles and the one who brings joy and bliss.
  4. Paramatmane: Refers to the Supreme Soul or the Universal Soul, acknowledging Krishna as the ultimate and all-encompassing reality.
  5. Pranatah Kleshanashaya: This part of the mantra seeks refuge in Lord Krishna as the destroyer of suffering and hardships. It reflects the devotee’s surrender and plea for relief from life’s challenges.
  6. Govindaya Namo Namah: “Namo Namah” is an expression of deep reverence and homage. “Govinda” is another name for Lord Krishna, often associated with His role as the protector and herder of cows.

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