Mah‚-mantra' is the "Mah‚-mantra" for this Kaliyuga, which follows next to
the other chanted "Mah‚-mantras". All the Mah‚mantras are
of high significance; they are revealed by divine instrumentation at different times,
depending on the era and need.
"great" and is used to identify with superiority, hence,
Mah‚-mantra means - great
Before proceeding to the
Mah‚mantra' a brief description is made here about the
significance of the Mah‚mantras with an example from the 'Hare Krushna Mah‚mantra':
based on the name of the supreme) are mantras
for Moksha (liberation
of the soul) and are meant for spiritual upliftment rather than
attaining any material benefits or occult power. The m‚hamantras, as
opposed to other Tantric and Vedic mantras have no fixed rules of
chanting. Tantric and Vedic mantras can be chanted only by following
specific procedure and are used to invoke certain results, where as, the
m‚hamantras can be chanted by anyone, at any time or place. This
invokes mercy from the God and the mantras get their potential from the
Holy names of the supreme. The
was given by the revered saint
avataar Chaitanya Mahaaprabhu (Guru
of mahapurusha Achyut‚nanda and Panchasakh‚) and is:
Krushna Hare Krushna, Krushna Krushna Hare Hare"
"Hare R‚ma Hare R‚ma, R‚ma R‚ma Hare Hare"
Krushna Mah‚mantra" consists of
16 syllables and is a plead
to the Supreme God with its various names (Krushna, R‚ma).
Its mention (of the different names of the divine) is made in Upanishads
(significant literature of the Aryans those migrated to Bharat, i.e.
India, and are valued only next to the Vedas; there are many different
Upanishads also) as a saviour from sin (Kali santarana Upanishad). As
has been empowered by
Mahaaprabhu, who is believed to be an incarnation of
Sri Krushna, it is a potential mantra to invoke supreme mercy even for
the dreaded sinners.
Mah‚mantra' follows the series of the liberating
and is given by Mahapurusha
Achyutananda. The mantra is a liberating Mahamantra meant
specifically for the last part of this Kali yuga. His disciple, beloved
Baba Buddhanath Das here
explains the significance of the
Kalki Mah‚mantra. The
following is a part of the advice/talk given by Babaji on 7th Jan, 2003,
at Garoi Ashram.