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Shanti Mantras (From the Upanishads and Veda Samhitas) (Sanskirt Text with Transliteration and English Translation)

Shanti Mantras (From the Upanishads and Veda Samhitas) (Sanskirt Text with Transliteration and English Translation)
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Item Code: NAF102
Author: R. L. Kashyap
Publisher: Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture
Language: Sanskrit Text with Transliteration and English Translation
Edition: 2009
ISBN: 8179940233
Pages: 72
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 100 gms
Back of the book

To have a happy and blissful life, we need many felicities or powers such as the power of will, fortitude, quietude etc. Like everything else, these powers have to be nourished. In some periods of our life we feel peaceful. Later we feel that the peace has vanished from us. The problem is that we are systematically squandering the power of peace without replenishing it. The mantras given in this book help us in establishing the plenitude in us.


Dear Reader

A frequently asked question is ‘what is the relevance of Veda in the modern context?’ Our rishis have given the Vedas for the upliftment of mankind. And as long as the human race continues on this earth, the Vedas have a prominent role to play. They are very relevant today because the rishis intended integral progress which is most sought after today.

We call your attention to the familiar Shanti mantras given in this collection. Chant them and meditate on the message; they help to overcome day-to-day difficult situations. Conclude your day with relevant mantras and sleep peacefully.

The Shanti mantras will help you to be in close association with all the cosmic powers and to lead a creative and harmonious life.

It is our concern to see peace pervading everywhere.




i. Shanti Mantras for Integral Development vi
ii. The Deities and their Psychological Powers xiii
1. Upanishad Shanti Mantras 1
1.1: Aitareya U. (all Rig Veda U.) 1
1.2: Isha U. and Brhad U. (all Shukla Yajur Veda U.) 2
1.3: Taittiriya U. (all Krishna Yajur Veda U.) 3
1.4: Kena U. and Chhandogya U. (all Sama Veda U.) 5
1.5: Prashna U., Mundaka U. 6
2. Shukla Yajur Veda Samhita 8
2.1: Gayatri mantra (VS 36.3) 8
2.2: Shanti, Amity & Bliss 8
2.3: God as Friend: (VS 27.39) 14
3. Krishna Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Samhita) 15
3.1: Peace to bones and joints (TS,6) 15
3.2: Svasti mantras (TS,3) 15
3.3: Shatakshara mantra ( 16
3.4: Shatamana mantra (TS 2.3.11) 16
3.5: Mantra Pushpa (Taittiriya Aranyaka) 17
3.6: Mantras for the Bounties of Nature (Taittiriya Brahmana) 21
4. Rig Veda Samhita 22
4.1: sham na mantras 22
4.1.1: All the Gods (13 mantras: RV 7.35) 22
4.1.2: Healing (Ashvins) (8.18.18-19) 28
4.1.3: Soma (delight) 29
4.1.4: Surya 29
4.2: Svasti mantras (TS,3) 30
4.2.1: Agni as father (1.1.9) 30
4.2.2: All-Gods (5 mantras: 5.5.11-15) 30
4.2.3: Enkindled Agni (10 mantras: 10.35) 33
4.2.4: All -Gods (12 mantras: 10.63) 38
4.2.5: Tarkshya (10.178.1,2) 43
4.3: Bhadra mantras 44
4.3.1: Agni (7 mantras) 44
4.3.2: Surya 46
4.3.3: Indra (2 mantras) 47
4.3.4: Soma (2 mantras) 48
4.3.5: Usha 49
4.3.6: Sarasvati 49
4.3.7: Vaivasvan and Discernment 50
4.3.8: Waters (3 mantras) 50
4.3.9: Healthy Longevity 51
5. Atharva Veda Shanti Mantra (3.30.3) 52
6. Index of the mantras 53


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