Mantra lyrics in Sanskrit:

”Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna

Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare

Hare Rama, Hare Rama

Rama Rama, Hare Hare.”

Hare Krishna mantra meaning and translation in English:

„Krishna takes away all grief, troubles, and weaknesses. May god bless us with all the happiness.”

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This mantra is considered as the maha-mantra of The Dark Age (Kaliyuga). Kaliyuga refers to the present era of machine, where truth, the level of consciousness, and morality are at their lowest level. Moreover, it is considered that by repeating daily this amazing mantra with devotion and faith, one can achieve Moksha (spiritual salvation) and inner peace.

Both, Lord Krishna and Lord Rama are the incarnations of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe.

Lord Vishnu is the supreme reality and both of his incarnations (Krishna and Rama) are ultimate. They have reached the de-facto status. Daily repetition, with a pure heart, of these sacred names, in itself, is considered auspicious, beneficial, and favorable. These holy names are derived from ancient Indian texts of knowledge called Vedas.

The first mention of this healing mantra is in the Katha Upanishad, compiled thousands of years ago.  The Katha Upanishad belongs to sacred Vedic literature.

Chanting Hare Krishna Maha mantra benefits:

The mantra is extremely potent and useful for all the mankind. More importantly, this Maha Mantra is capable of dissolving our bad habits and negative emotions. By chanting it, you become free from all anxieties and inner fears. As soon as you start to recite this soothing mantra a complete concentration, you can feel the mending effect immediately on your mind and body.

After the practice with this mantra, we have seen many examples of this in our lives. For example, meat eaters become vegetarians, drug addicts become clean, the desperate find hope simply by reciting this mantra with a positive intention. Also, practicing this Sanskrit Maha mantra wake us up spiritually and connect us with Divine.

„In this dark age of Kali-yuga, sincere devotees of the Supreme Lord Krishna should leave aside all other spiritual methods for liberation and take full shelter of the holy name.

This is their real responsibility, obligation, and duty. There is unlimited bliss, peacefulness, and happiness in reciting the different names of Lord Krsna: Hari, Kesava, Govinda, Jaganmaya, and Vasudeva.

For one who recites daily with unflinching faith and correct pronunciation, the practitioner remains unaffected by the reverses of Kali-yuga, because the practitioner heart has become purified and energized by chanting.” – quote from Brhan-naradiya Purana, one of the major 18 Mahapuranas.

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