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Gayatri Mantra in Kannada Language
Gayatri Mantra Kannada
Gayatri Mantra in English
Aum Bhur Bhuvah Svah ।
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi ।
Dhiyo Yo nah Prachodayat
Gayathri Mantra Meaning :
The Gayatri mantra recommends meditating on causality through the multiple translations to believe in the purifying direction of the divine vision, the direction of the senses, to inspire understanding and intellect, to progress, to travel to the sacred seat, to choose the right path for us, to visualize the sun in ourselves because as above, it exists below. The Gayatri mantra suggests Bhoor, it implies existence and means Prana, life or the breath of life. The mantra suggests tat, which means “that”, an offer of praise to Him is to expect that no such praise or personal benefit will be offered in return or in expectation of gain. This word tat and prayer indicates a disinterested belief and practice, the mantra as well as the holy word “Om”, are given to God with pure direction. Savitur indicates the existence of God as a fountain, which springs from all life and all things, from which we go and return. Bhargo is the purification of the intellect, as the ore is refined in the flames, we must be purified by words, destroying all sins and afflictions, we are purified by His grace and are in unity and in unity with Him. Unity with Him is free from impurities in thought.
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Gayatri Mantra , also known as Savithri Mantra , is a highly revered mantra of Rig Veda dedicated to Savitri, the deity of five elements. Gayatri is the name of the Vedic meter in which the verse is composed. Its recitation is traditionally preceded by where and by the formula bhur bhuvaḥ svaḥ, known as mahavyahṛti, or “great statement (mystic)”. Vishvamitra had created the Gayatri mantra. The Gayatri mantra is widely cited in Vedic and post-Vedic texts, such as the mantra lists of the Srauta liturgy, and classical Hindu texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, Harivamsa and Manusmṛti . The mantra and its associated metric form were known to the Buddha, and in a sutra, the Buddha is described as “expressing appreciation” for the mantra. The mantra is an important part of the upanayana ceremony for young men in Hinduism, and has long been recited by dvija men as part of their daily rituals. Modern Hindu reform movements have spread the practice of mantra to include women and all castes and its use is now widespread .