Chamunda Mantra - Om Aim Hrim Klim: Lyrics, Meaning & Benefits
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Chamunda Mantra – Om Aim Hrim Klim: Lyrics, Meaning & Benefits

Chamunda Mantra - Om Aim Hrim Klim Lyrics, Meaning & Benefits

Maa Chamunda mantra complete lyrics:

”Om Aim Hreem Kleem Chamundaye Vichche Namah.”

Navarna mantra meaning and translation:

Om –  is the primordial sound that emerged from the sacred vibrations of the cosmic energy that conceived the entire creation.
Aim – is the seed mantra of Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of music, knowledge, wisdom, arts, and learning.
Hreem – is the seed mantra of Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of fortune, wealth, abundance, and prosperity on spiritual and material aspects.
Kleem – is the seed mantra of Mother Kali, the Hindu goddess of time and death.
Chamundaye – is another name for Supreme Mother Durga, the Hindu goddess of power and strength, who helps to destroy darkness.
Vichche – is considered by many Hindu scholars to translate as ”victory.”
Namah – is a form of salutation which is used in many Sanskrit mantras.


This Sanskrit mantra, also known as Chandi mantra, Navarna mantra or Chamundaye mantra, is a strong Tantric mantra dedicated to Mother Durga, one of the goddesses in Hindu tradition, a type of Devi, the supreme goddess.

In Hindu tradition, Maa Chamunda is also considered one of the seven Matrikas and an aspect of Maha Kali. Furthermore, the Goddess is one of the main Yoginis, a group of Tantric goddesses, who are attendants of the Supreme Mother Durga. In addition, the Goddess is occasionally identified with goddess Parvati, the Hindu goddess of love, fertility, and devotion.

Her name is a combination of Chanda and Munda, two notorious demons (asuras) which the Goddess killed. She was also assimilated in the Jain pantheon, where the rites of her veneration do not include liquor and meat offerings, but vegetarian offerings.

There is a temple dedicated to the Goddess, located on the top of Chamundi Hills, named – Chamundeswari Temple, and is approximately 13 km from the city of Mysore, India.


She is usually depicted wearing a tiger skin and a garland of skulls, with 4, 8, 10, or 12 arms, and holding a trident (trishula), drum (damaru), a snake, sword, thunderbolt, khatvanga (skull-mace), a severed head, and a wine cup (panapatra) filled with blood. Additionally, the Goddess is described surrounded by many ghosts or skeletons.

Benefits of reciting Chandi mantra – om aim hrim klim chamundaye vichche

This powerful mantra is practiced to ward away evil reactions in general, as well as to protect the disciple against negative forces, by invoking Mother Durga. The mantra also protects your friends and family. Furthermore, reciting this mantra facilitates concentration of mind, inner peace, and courage, and accelerates the fulfillment of desires and aspirations.

Practicing this ancient mantra with full concentration and correct pronunciation will increase the strength of the mind and body, plus, it brings a positive change in your attitude and life. More importantly, reciting the mantra 108 times keeps all negative entities away and protects us from their negative influence.

Chamundaye mantra sadhana

You need to be dedicated and have a strong will in order to do this sadhana because you have to do it for 40 days without a single day of pause, no matter what! If you skip a day, it’s essential to start the sadhana from day 1, so that you achieve 40 days without a break. Reciting this mantra for 40 days locks in the powerful vibrations of the mantra and ensures the desired results.

There are two main methods to do a 40-day sadhana.

  1. You can recite the mantra all through the day as much as you can.
  2. You can recite the mantra 108 times in the morning and night. However, reciting the mantra in the same place and time every day, particularly early in the morning, before sunrise or after sunset, adds power to the practice.


Sit in easy pose. If you cannot sit properly in meditation asana, you can sit on a chair. Just make sure that your back is erect, and you feel comfortable and relaxed in your sitting position. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. After, just observe your breath for 3 minutes. Don’t force it or add any frills to it.

Start to recite Navarna mantra slowly in your mind or as a whisper for 108 times. By reciting a Sanskrit mantra, you are actually tuning yourself to resonate at the same vibrational frequency as the mantra, or the specific deity connected with that mantra.

When you finish the mantra recitation, it is recommended to come out of the practice gradually. Ending the mantra meditation in a hurry is similar to standing up too fast, it can leave you a little off-balance.

During the practice, experiencing mind-wandering is perfectly normal (even for advanced practitioners). It is part of the process of spiritual awakening and it will happen many times. Hence, when this happens, just come back to the practice.


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