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Navarna Mantra

Navarna Mantra (chamunda mantra or chandi mantra) is a most powerful mantra of Goddess Durga (or Chamunda Devi). Goddess Durga is a most powerful form of Universal feminine energy and with its blessings, practitioners can enjoy an improvement to all aspects of their life. It is not a mantra to bestow a single benefit, but rather to enhance the overall quality of life. Thus, by chanting this mantra with compassion and enthusiasm, we invoke the powers of the Supreme Goddess and the three Goddesses to seek protection and attain liberation. Through the protection of the goddess, all things will become possible for the devotee. Navarna Mantra is the basic mantra of the Shri Durga Saptashati Path

Mantra

ॐ ऐं ह्रीं क्लीं चामुण्डायै विच्चे ।।

”Om Aim Hreem Kleem Chamundaye Vichche Namah.”

 

Meaning of Chamunda Mantra (or Navarna Mantra):

This mantra is created by nine beej mantras. Therefore, we call it Navarna Mantra or Navakshari Mantra. These nine beej mantras are Om-Aim-Hreem-Kleem–Cha-Mun-Dayai-Vich-Che. The mantra combines the three feminine forces of the universe with the divine mother to shield practitioners from evil and negative forces. it contains three bija or seed mantras of Goddesses, namely – Mahasaraswati representing ‘AIM’, Mahalakshmi representing ‘HREEM’, and Mahakali representing ‘KLEEM’, which are powerful on their own, but incredible when combined with such a chant as this.

  • Om, the universal sound or God itself who is unique and one

  • Aim, The beej or seed mantra of Goddess Maha Saraswati, Goddess of creation. Who filled the devotee’s mind with all the knowledge both divine and worldly.

  • Hreem, The beej mantra of Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, fame, good luck and all worldly affairs which the senses can perceive and the mind can conceive.

  • Kleem, the beej mantra of Mahakali, the Goddess of fierce power and death, Kleem mantra attracts people towards you. 

  • Chamundayai,  Mantra of Goddess Chamunda (Durga). the divine mother in wrathful form who passionately protects the chanter’s body, life and complete self with here blessings. CHA also means movement, and MUNDA means the head. Paradigm. So, CHAMUNDA also refers to the one who moves in the head which is symbolic of the idea of reality which we know and observe.

  • Vichay, the Mantra of Divine Consciousness to untie, a shield or protection, It helps the chanter to go deep into deep consiousness during chanting or meditating.

The Chit (being), Sat (consciousness), and Ananda (bliss) in AIM, HREEM, and KLEEM respectively plays a vital part in the creation of mental and physical aspects. They ultimately combine with Chamunda Devi.

By Navarna Mantra we invoke the Supreme God and three different powers of God with passion and compassion and ask to come into our life to fulfill our all worldly and spiritual desires with ease.

 

Who is Goddess Chamunda Devi?

 

Goddess Chamunda Devi is one of the most famous Hindu Goddess and also known as Shakti, Sachchi Mata, Bhagvati, Kandalini, Bhavani, Gauri, Ambika, Lalita, Devi Chamundeshwari, Rakta, Chandika, Kalika or Charchika. Chamunda Devi is a robust form of Goddess Parvati, the Hindu Divine Mother and one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses) who is born to kill evil powers. She kills evildoers without any compassion. She is also one of the chief Yoginis, a group of sixty-four or eighty-one Tantric goddesses, who are attendants of the warrior goddess Durga.  She is closely associated with Kali, another fierce aspect of Devi. The name Chamunda is a combo of two monsters Chanda and Munda whom are killed by Chamunda Devi. Devi Chandi is also famous in Sikhism. The tenth Sikh Guru “Shri Guru Gobind Singh” wrote a path called “Chandi Di Var“. This path explains the fight between the Gods and the Demons.

How to chant Navarna Mantra?

We can chant Navarna Mantra for one hundred eight times during the morning and evening session by daily keeping pace with the mantra sandhana. We can also chant the mantra on any given day beginning from morning till the evening.

Before we begin to chant Chamunda Mantra, there are certain fundamental rules that we ought to follow for a successful chant –

  • Before we commence chanting, we should either take a bath or wash our feet and hands.

  • We should always sit in a position that faces the North or East direction when chanting.

  • We should entirely devote ourselves to the great Goddess Chamunda and embrace the positive energy and love of the Universe.

  • We should devote ourselves to reciting the mantras for at least forty-eight days.

  • If we want to get blessings, we should unflinchingly chant the mantra every day.

  • We can keep a portrait of Goddess Chamunda in front of us and adorn the portrait with red colored flowers as red is representative of her.

  • The most auspicious day and moment to start chanting Chamunda (Navarna) Mantra are during the inaugural day of any Ashtmi or Navratri, i.e., the eight day after the no moon day.

  • We should chant the mantra in and during the same place and time when the mantra sandhan is on its due course.

  • Every day, we should also chant the mantras 9, 27, 54, 108 or 1,008 times using the beads of the rosary of Lotus Seed, Rudraksh or Crystal.

Navarna Mantra Benefits

  1. This mantra is the best mantra that gives dharma-meaning and salvation to the four-pronged effort. The blessings of all the forms of Mother Durga received from this mantra Jaap.

  2. The most important benefit of chanting Chamunda Mantra is protection from negative forces and improved health, mental and physical strength, a boost of your professional career, and improved relationships. This mantra gives you freedom from all kinds of loans, this mantra gives success in all the delayed works.

  3. The Navarna Mantra helps to eliminate the hurdles of chanter’s life and increase chanter’s special importance in the world. The Navarna Mantra is very powerful as its helps the chanter to sustain prosperity, wealth, joy and happiness. This mantra also helps to maintain health. The name and fame are also achieved if the mantra is being recited routinely.

  4. This Chamunda Mantra also gives special powers to its chanter to fight against the evil spirits and destroy all negative powers. It also helps to attain abundance and divine knowledge. It also helps to release all the sins from chanter’s life. 

  5. This Chandi Mantra removes the effect of all types of black magic, the inauspicious effect of negative planets, bad luck and setbacks due to enemies etc. This mantra gives freedom from all obstacles and helps to prevent all suffering. This Chandi Mantra also helps to build self-confidence, willpower, and victory.