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Hinduism Mantra Intermediate 203 Course

203 Course Coming soon


Vedantic cosmology believes that before this universe there was nothing. This emptiness is referred as Spanda or pure resonance which modern scientist called point energy. From Spanda the first voice originated called Naad. Naad is a soundless sound or those frequencies which human ears can’t intercept. From naad the first word originated which encompasses all sound which humans can intercept. This word was OM. OM was manifested into thousands of various other words and lead to the origin of first language. This language was known as Sanskrit.  Sanskrit language further developed into many other languages of the universe. Other languages may  have errors and  can be misinterpreted. Sanskrit is the most perfect language being close to the primordial sound of universe, OM which came from Naad and Naad  came from Spanda.

Sound can impact the material objects (e.g. sound can break glass ). The moment we tune our voice to the natural frequency of the material it starts resonating. Sound frequencies have so much impact on matter. If we weave few words together then they can have significant impact on body and mind too. This weaving of few words and chanting at specific tone with specific scale is called mantras. The most ancient text of humanity called Vedas are full of such mantras. If they chanted in a specific manner then they can produce effects of wellbeing, joy, pleasure, pride and many more. Here are the few examples of various categories of Sanskrit recitation.

  • Sloka

    • Slokas are the melodious words from Chankkya Neeti, Meghdutam, and various other texts


  • Mantra

    • Mantra are phrases that has spiritual significance. These may not have any meaning. It can be a sound, a small text or a long composition, whereas slokas are verses only. The smallest mantra is OM while there are very long mantras such as Gayatri mantra and Mahamritunjaya mantra.


  • Sukta or Suktam

    • Sukta is a vedic hynm in praise of a God/Goddess.


  • Stotra, Stotram or Stutui

    • These are groups of slokas put together to be melodically sung. It is always poetic in structure. Stotra is normally a prayer. Shatakam is group of 6, ashtakam is group of 8 and daskaham is group of 10. Shiva Tandav Stotra

  • Aarati

    • Simple musical singing of a lyrics


Goals and Objectives

  • To develop rendering of Mantras, Slokas, Storta, Stutis, Aartis, and Rituals

  • Traditional Folks songs, Bhajan, Kirtan and Singing

  • Speech preparation on Shastras and Spirituality of Science and Hinduism

  • Developing public speaking qualities of Gurukul students

  • Developing topics and students for Shastrartha (debate)



  • eYogi Gurukul students

  • All other interested community kids

  • All adults interested in learning



  • At least one activity per month published in Youtube/Facebook and Whatsapp.

Support Infrastructure

  • Mantra Channel Setup in Teams

  • Video editing software – provided by eYogi Gurukul (subject to approval by Trustees)

  • Video editing resources – To be decided

Mantra Library

  • To be added

Example of Mantras

Our Mission
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