Mantra for Knowledge and Spiritual Power



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Listening to this Manta offers profound benefits. This sacred mantra combines powerful seed sounds that promote mental peace, wisdom, and spiritual growth. The ऐं (Aim) seed mantra is linked to Goddess Saraswati, enhancing knowledge and learning. क्रों (Krom) represents energy and power, fostering spiritual progress. Regularly listening to this mantra helps reduce stress, improve concentration, and balance internal energies. The positive vibrations generated by this mantra create a harmonious atmosphere, influencing the surroundings positively. Embracing this mantra through listening can lead to a tranquil mind, enhanced wisdom, and profound spiritual experiences, enriching one's overall well-being.

ॐ ऐं क्रों नमः ।

om aim' krom' namah' .

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What is the difference between Itihasa and Purana?

The definition of Itihasa is इतिह आस्ते अस्मिन् - it contains advice for leading a meaningful life. They are based on real incidents of the past. The definition of Purana is पुरातनवृत्तान्तकथनम् - Puranas are narrations of past incidents. Itihasas are centered around a particular theme; Ramayana around Rama's life and Mahabharata around the Kuru Vamsha. A book can be called Purana only if it contains the following five: 1. Sarga - description of primary creation. 2. Pratisarga - description of secondary creation. 3. Vamsha - description of important Vamshas such as Surya Vamsha and Chandra Vamsha. 4. Manvantara - description of the 14 Manvantaras, Manus, Devas, Rishis, and avataras. 5. Vamshanucharita - description of the important persons in the Vamshas. पुराणं पञ्चलक्षणम् - Puranas should have these five characteristics.

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