Chants & Mantras

Kinetic Mantra Album 
Mantras

2. Ganesh Mantra
Om Gam ganapataye Namaha

3. Jai Ambe, Jagadambe

Mata Bhavani, Jai Ambe

Dukkha vinasini Durga Jai Jai

Kala vinasini Kali Jai Jai

Uma Rama Brahmani Jai Jai

Radha Rukhmini Sita Jai Jai

4. Kaha Ho Kanha

Responses:

Nanda Lala Nanda Lala Krishna Gopala

Ram Sita Ram Sita Ram Sita Ram

Radhe Shyam Radhe Shyam
Radhe Shyam Radhe Shyam

5. Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

Om 

Trayambakam Yajamahe

Sugandhim Pusti Vardhanam

Urva Rukam Eva Bandhanaan

Mrityur Mukshiya Mamritaat

6. Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram

7. Lakshmi Kubera Mantra:
Om Shreem

Om Hreem Shreem

Hreem Kleem Shreem Kleem

Vitteshvaraye Namaha

8. Pannaga Bhushana

Responses:

Maam Pahi X4

Samba Shiva Hara Samba Shiva X4

 

Radhe

Radhe, Radhe, Govinda Radhe (x2)
Govinda Radhe, Gopala Radhe (x2)
Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya, Govinda Radhe
Govinda Radhe Jaia Gopala
Jai Jai Jai Jai Jai Jai.....etc.... Sri Ram

Sri Ram, Jai Ram
Sri Ram,Jai Ram

Krishna Govinda Govinda Gopala

Krishna Govinda Govinda Gopala
Krishna Mourali Mano Hara Nanda Lala

Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna

Krishna Krishna Hare Hare


Jaya Jagadambe Ma Durga 

Jaya Jagadambe Ma Durga, Jaya Jagadambe Ma Durga

Narayani Om, Narayani Om
Chamundaye, Kali Ma, Kali Ma, Kali Ma

 

Om Namah Shivaya 

Om Namah Shivaya, Shivaya Namah Om (2x)
Shiva Shiva Shiva Shivaya, Namah Om 

Namah Shivaya (x4)


I AM 

I,  am I am, I am I am, I am I am (x4)

I love myself (x2)

I bless myself (x2)
Tat, Tatvasmasi, Brahmaasmi, Tatvamasi (x4)

Soham, Sohamasmi, Sohamasmi, Sohamasmi (x2)

Jai Guru, Jai Guru, Jai Guru Deva (x2)

I, I am I am, I am I am, I am I am (x3)

 

Om Kali, Om Mata

Om Kali, Om Mata, Durga Devi Namo Namaha

Shakti Kundalini, Jagatambe Mata

 

Om Mani Padme Hum

 

Lokah Samasta

Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu

 

Asatoma

Asatoma, Satgamaya
Tamasoma, Jyotir Gamaya
Mrityurma amritam gamaya

Om, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti 

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Naad Maala

Kinetic Mantra
Album notes:

 

1. Guru Stotram

Guru: dispeller of darkness. The Guru is the outer and/or inner light that guides us in removing the obstacles to pure awareness.

 

2. Ganesh Mantra

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha

(108 times)

O Ganesha, pure consciousness that

pervades all; shining like a million

suns. Like an entire tree in a seed, the

whole of creation is in the seed sound

Om (pranava) of which you are an

embodiment. Remove our inner and outer obstacles 

 

3. Jai Ambe

We honour the Divine Shakti in Her many manifestations. 

 

4. Kaha Ho Kanha

The seeker entreats Krishna ( an

embodiment of pure consciousness )

saying “Beloved One I’ve been longing

for you for so long. Won’t you reveal

yourself?”

 

5. Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

This potent ancient mantra is a call for

enlightenment and purifies the samskaras ( karmic tendencies of the individual soul ) at a deep level. A mantra for mental, emotional and physical health.

 

6. Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram

Means beloved Ram, I honour you.Ram is a symbol of selfless

sacrifice and also represents living daily as an act of worship.

Ram is the Atma (spirit within).

 

7. Lakshmi Kubera Mantra

Mantra for the power of abundance on all levels; physical, mental and spiritual

 

8. Pannaga Bhushana

Supreme One (Shiva, embodiment of pure consciousness) destroyer of sorrow, who pervades the universe protect me (pahi maam). Cause of the dissolution of mental concepts, with eyes of the kuvalaya flower, you who resides in the lake of Om (the primordial unstruck vibration), protect me (from delusion). Samba Shiva denotes Shiva and Shakti as one; Sa for the male aspect and Amba is Parvati the female aspect.

 

Naad: primordial unstruck sound

Maala: garland

Naad Maala’s debut album offers

mantras for ecstatic dance. The

tapestry of instrumentation (beats,

textures, counter melodies)

underpinning and often overlaying

the chants are symbolic of the inner

symphony of the 72,000 subtle

channels ( nadi ) in the human subtle

body (sookshma sharira). The musical

instruments are voices constantly and

ecstatically conversing with the mantras and chants while staying true to the profundity of the ancient Vedic melodies of the mantras

(which mainly consist of three tones in

different combinations). the western

sense of harmony and the world music influences bridge the gap between ancient and modern infusing the chants with an ethereal, devotional and universal quality that is meditative yet full of shakti (energy).