Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu - Santoshi Mata Mantra Mittar Pyare Nu Shabad – Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits

Santoshi Maa Mantra  

Santoshi Mata is worshipped and adored as the “Mother of Satisfaction” – the meaning of her name. She is the daughter of Lord Ganesha, the son of Supreme Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, and one of the five primary Hindu deities.

She was born after her brothers Labha and Kshema expressed their desire to have a sister. Moreover, she is especially venerated by women of Nepal and North India.

In addition, she is the most lovable and beautiful Hindu goddess who is always ready to bless and help her devotees that are asking for her help.

Gayatri Mantra Lyrics:

”Aum Roopa-dhevee Cha Vidmahe
Shakthi Roopini Dhimahee
Thanno Santoshi Prachodayath.”

Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu Mantra Lyrics:

”Ya Devi Sarva bhutesu
Santoshi Rupena Samsthitaa
Namastasyei Namastasyei
Namastasyei Namo Namaha.”

Benefits Of Reciting This Mantra

It is a mantra of emotional, physical, and mental healing as well as of spiritual awakening.

The goddess also blesses and helps the practitioner to come out of his present problems and sufferings. It is recommended that this spiritual practice start with a fasting and to last 16 consecutive Fridays.

Mittar Pyare Nu Shabad             

This is the amazing Shabad by the 10th Sikh master, Guru Gobind Singh (a warrior, a divine messenger, a philosopher, and a poet) recited in the Machhivara forest.

Guru Gobind Singh molded the Sikh religion into its present shape. For example, in the year 1699, he formed the Khalsa and he chose 5 dear ones or “Pyaaras” from different castes and locations. Moreover, he is credited in the Sikh tradition with finalizing the Kartarpur Pothi into the Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred religious scripture of Sikhism.

The education of the tenth Sikh master continued after he became the 10th Guru, both in writing and reading as well as archery and horse riding. More importantly, he passed on the succession to the Guru Granth Sahib, ending the line of personal Gurus in Sikh tradition.

Mantra Meaning:

”Tell the condition of the believers to my Beloved friend.
Without You, using bed sheets is like a sickness and like living as being wrapped by the snakes.
The pitcher is a thorn and the glass is a dagger which is like tolerating being butchered.
Death bed with my Beloved is better than body burning without Him.”

Lyrics:

”Mithr piaarae noo(n) haal mureedhaa dhaa kehinaa
Thudhh bin rog rajaaeeaa dhaa oudtan naag nivaasaa dhae rehinaa
Sool suraahee kha(n)jar piaalaa bi(n)g kasaaeeaaa(n) dhaa sehinaa
Yaararrae dhaa saanoo(n) saathhar cha(n)gaa bhat(h) khaerriaa dhaa rehinaa.”

Benefits of Reciting This Gurmukhi Mantra:

This Gurmukhi mantra contains the vibrations of prosperity, peace, connection, and many other qualities. The mantra works even if the meaning of each word is not known.

As an interesting note, many mantras that are used in modern day yoga come from the Sikh tradition.

The practice of chanting mantras is surprisingly easy to incorporate into your lifestyle and will become an effective tool to help you evolve spiritually.

Moreover, practicing this Gurmukhi mantra raises your own vibration by bringing you into alignment with the qualities or characteristics of the Supreme Consciousness.

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