I very humbly wish to make one point very clear that the below given  Mantra is much more than a  PRAYER  and  this is NOT  a verbal ornament for ceremonial events.

Who Should chant this Mantra?

IF you feel that   

  • you are being oppressed
  • the dark destructive forces are trying to govern your life
  • you are not able to get the freedom and justice you deserve
  • some conditions are destroying your health and peace of mind
  • your body and mind are unable to extract and assimilate nourishment from food and rejuvenating thoughts and practices
  • you are unable to get rid of physical, mental, or spiritual waste matter



     You should practice the below given mantra.

Process to chant the Mantra

  1. Please remain vegetarian
  2. You may start this mantra early morning after having shower
  3. Have a Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati photo in front of the alter
  4. Light Ghee Diya, Aggarbatti (incense sticks), offer some Flowers and have some sweets/sweet dried fruits for Prasadam (offerings to Goddess)
  5. Chant 108 times in one sitting OR Chant 54  times in  one  sitting, in this case Chant the mantra twice a day, mornings and evenings, totalling 108 times in a day.  You cannot switch from option 1 to 2  or vice versa




गंधद्वारां दुराधर्षां नित्यपुष्टां करीषिणीम् |
ईश्वरीं सर्वभूतानां तामिहोपह्वये श्रियम् ||

gandha-dvārām durādharṣām nityapuṣṭām karīṣiṇīm |

īśvarīm sarvabhūtānām tāmihopahvaye śriyam ||

Meaning: I invoke the Divine Mother Sri, who is the gateway to inner fragrance, who is invincible and eternally nurturing. I invoke the Divine Mother Sri, who embodies the power of will and the power of action, the one who is lord of all living beings.


Word by Word Meaning of the Mantra

  • gandhadvārām – the gateway to fragrance

  • durādharṣām, unstoppable; invincible

  • nityapuṣṭām – eternally nurturing; the source of eternal nourishment

  • karīṣiṇīm – embodiment of the power of will and action; the force that propels the entire process of consuming food— all the way to eliminating waste

  • īśvarīm – the power of omniscience; the intrinsic omniscience of the omniscient being; might of the almighty

  • sarva – all

  • bhūtānām – of living beings

  • tām – to that [Sri]

  • iha – here

  • upahvaye – I invoke

  • śriyam – the Divine Mother Sri Vidya; the goddess of beauty and bliss



Ravinder Grover 

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