[Advaita-l] Mantras for daily chanting
kripa.shankar.0294 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 22 11:05:56 CST 2017
That's true. However it's all about priorities. My work schedule is quite flexible so I have enough time to chant some mantras, all three times.
I have started doing Surya namaskar (pattabhi jois school of Ashtanga Yoga) from past one year. It has been great. I am trying to add some more asanas as well to my schedule.
Thanks for the inputs.
yo vedAdau svaraH prokto vedAnte cha pratiShThitaH |
tasya prakRRiti-lInasya yaH parassa maheshvaraH ||
From: Venkatesh Murthy via Advaita-l
Sent: Sunday 22 January 2017 9:45 PM
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Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Mantras for daily chanting
Chamakam Namakam caiva purusa suktam tathaiva ca |
Nityam trayam prayunjano Brahmaloke mahiyate ||
Namaka, Camaka and Purusha Sukta are important. Gayatri Mantra is
already included in Sandhya Vandana. Others like Durga Sukta and Sri
Sukta may or may not be in daily chanting. If you have too many
Mantras there will not be time and soon everything will stop. Better
to say limited Mantras and be regular with it. In coming Maagha Maasa
on Sundays Aruna Prashna and Surya Namaskara is important.
On Sun, Jan 22, 2017 at 8:27 PM, Kripa Shankar via Advaita-l
<advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> I am collecting all the important mantras for daily chanting. Currently, I am chanting - Gayatri, Rudram Chamakam and Mahalakshmi Ashtakam. I am slowly adding Purusha sukta to the list (had forgotten it).
> I don't want to miss any important mantras and hence I request to suggest some of the important mantras.
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> tasya prakRRiti-lInasya yaH parassa maheshvaraH ||
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