Monday, March 14, 2016

Hanuman Karya Siddhi Mantra | Mantra for Accomplishing Jobs Without Hindrance or Failure

Hanuman Karya Siddhi mantra is a small mantra of two lines which is advised to be recited for 11 times daily for your daily success and happiness in life.

This can be also known as the Hanuman mantra for success.

For accomplishing extra-ordinary tasks or overcoming serious problems of life, some pundits/sages or seers recommend chanting this mantra for 108 times or 11 times for 40 days.

Most of this depends upon your belief and true devotion also.

What is a mantra?
A mantra is a sacred utterance of some word or words with true devotion and faith in God in the Vedic culture. A mantra can be either a single syllable like "om" or a word or phrase or a verse. It is uttered repeatedly (mostly in a melodious style) to invoke God and to obtain his blessings.

Some Examples of 'mantra'
  • "Om" is a single syllable mantra invoking the eternal soul by sending vibrations throughout the entire universe with the sound of 'om'. It is used mostly for concentrating oneself on meditation.
  • "Om Namah Shivaya" is a mantra uttered many times to please Lord Shiva.
  • "Om Namo Narayanaya" is another mantra recited many times to please and obtain blessings from Lord Vishnu.
  • There are many other mantras designed for pleasing and invoking God in different forms to achieve particular goals.

Below is the "Karya Siddhi Hanuman mantra" with lyrics and meanings. It can also be known as the Hanuman mantra for success (for achieving success or overcoming problems in life): 

"tvamasmin kaarya niryOgE pramaaNam hari sattama,
Hanuman yatnamaastaaya dukkha kshaya karO bhava".

Meaning of above mantra (word-by-word):
tvam = you; asmin = my or mine; kaarya = work or job; niryoge = accomplishment, or achieving something with a balance of mind; pramaanam = witness or example; hari sattama = noble or good among monkeys; hanuman = name of the monkey king and devotee of Sri Rama; yatnam = efforts; aasthaaya= to keep in control; dukkha = sorrow; kshaya = destruction or depletion; karo = to do; bhava = let it be (Amen).

Full meaning (essence) of the above mantra:
O Hanuman, you are the greatest example of the accomplishment of any kind of difficult tasks. (Hanuman had crossed the ocean in search of Sita defeating many demons in the way and performed many other miracles also).
Please take control of my efforts and protect me by destroying the sorrows and problems of my life. Amen.

So, you may please recite the mantra and get the blessings of Hanuman.

For those who are interested in the story of Hanuman's Wonderful Flight over the ocean to reach Lanka in search of Sita during which journey he encountered many demons and obstructions, I have done an elaborate description of his crossing the ocean till reaching Lanka in this below-linked article. 

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