Here on our page of lyrics, we want to present to you texts of mantras that we could use in our performances, workshops, albums, or singles. We will provide you with translations as they are so that you can explore the magnificent meanings.
Yoga scriptures describe that mantra chanted with knowledge and understanding has a specifically strong impact. It moves inside of us the structure of our consciousness, making it transparent by removing not-needed layers of worries, stress, self-doubt and expertly assisting us to become self-aware, a response-able human being without any effort. 
We hope you will enjoy it and find it useful. We wish you a good journey!

Om Asato Maa Sad – Gamaya

Tamaso Maa Jyotir – Gamaya

Mrtyor – Maa Amritam Gamaya

Om Shantih Shantih Shantih

This very ancient mantra means:
Om (Oh, Supreme Creator) take me from Unreal (everything that is not true) to the Real (The Eternal Self, and to the real essence of all things),
Lead me from Darkness (Ignorance) to the Light (of Spiritual Knowledge),
Take me from Mortality (Fear of) towards the Immortality (awareness beyond the body),
Om, let it there be Peace, Peace, Peace (on all levels of existence, so that we can see).

Sri – Krsna – Caitanya

Prabhu Nityananda

Sri – Advaita Gadadhara

Srivasadi – Gaura – Bhakta – Vrinda

Description of mantra:
This mantra is so powerful. It describes the avatar or direct and complete appearance (as in ancient Vedic literature) of the Supreme Creator named in this mantra as Sri Krsna Caitanya. He is the origin of all existence. He appeared with His associates (counted within mantra) five hundred years ago. He presented the most ancient and most sacred mantra known as Hare Krishna mantra, which is in Vedic scriptures represented as the most powerful mantra, therefore called Maha or big mantra of deliverance. It is recommended to chant This mantra before Hare Krishna Maha Mantra.





Description of mantra:
This mantra, known as the great mantra of deliverance (Maha – big, Mantra – manas (mind) and Trayate – delivers), is well known today due to its potency, which possesses authenticity and recommended by all ancient sages, mystics, and yogic scriptures. Previously it was a secret mantra known only by few very highly situated personalities, but today it is known all over the world!

Om Ajnana – Timirandhasya Jnananjana – Salakaya

Caksur Unmilitam Yena Tasmai Sri – Gurave Namah

This mantra means:
I offer my respects to the spiritual master, who, with the torchlight of knowledge, opened my eyes, which were blinded by the darkness of ignorance.

Nama Om Vishna – Padaya Krishna – Preshthaya Bhu – Tale

Srimate Bhaktivedanta – Swamin Iti Namine

Namas Te Sarasvate Deve Gaura – Vani – Pracarine

Nirvisesa – Sunyavadi – Pascatya – Desa – Tarine

This mantra means:
I offer my respectful obeisances unto His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who is very dear to Lord Krishna, having taken shelter at His lotus feet. O spiritual master, servant of Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Goswami. You are kindly presenting the message of Lord Gaura and assisting us in the upliftment of our existence, which is overtaken with impersonalism and voidism.

He Krsna Karuna – Sindho Dina – Bandho Jagat – Pate

Gopesa Gopika Kanta Radha – Kanta Namo Stu Te


This mantra means:

O my dear Krishna, ocean of mercy, You are the friend of distressed and the source of creation. You are the master of cowherd men and the lover of gopis, especially Radharani. I offer my respectful obeisances unto You.

Tapta – Kancana – Gaurangi Radhe Vrndavanesvari

Vrsabhanu – Sute Devi Pranamami Hari – Priye

This mantra means:
I offer my respects to Radharani, the Queen of Vrindavana whose bodily complexion is like molten gold. You are the daughter of king Vrisabhanu, and you are very dear to Lord Krishna.

Trnad Api Sunicena

Taror Iva Sahisnuna

 Amanina Manadena

Kirtaniyah Sada Harih

This mantra means:
One who is humbler than a blade of grass, more forbearing than a tree, who gives due honor to others without desiring honor for himself is qualified to chant the Holy Name of Krishna (of God).

Vancha – Kalpatarubhys Ca

Kripa – Sindhubhya Eva Ca

Patitanam Pavanebhyo

Vaisnavebhyo Namo Namah

This mantra means:

I offer my obeisances unto all the Vaishnava devotees of the Lord. They are just like desire trees who can fulfill the desires of everyone, and they are full of compassion for the fallen conditioned souls.