Saturday, December 29, 2012

GAYATRI MANTRA


This makes it a very encouraging and meaningful reading.

GAYATRI MANTRA is broadcasted everyday for about fifteen minutes on Radio Paramaribo, Surinam, South Africa.
Recently,The Hamburg University initiated research into efficacy of the GAYATRI MANTRA both on the mental and physical plane of creation.

According to an American Scientist, Dr Howard Steingeril, Hindus’ GAYATRI MANTRA produced 110000 sound waves per second. This was the highest amongst Hymns and innovations from world over. Though the combination of sound or sound waves of a particular frequency is claimed the Mantra is capable of developing specific spiritual potentialities.

Let us be proud of our Vedas, Mantras, Culture, Traditions, and Gurus and of course GOD.

MANY LANGUAGES.
MANY RELIGIONS.
ONE INDIA.

let us CHANGE INDIA for INDIA OF TOMORROW.



pictures courtsey google,text from l r mehta


6 comments:

Sandhya said...

Thanks for the information, Chowlaji! I have heard that Gayatri recitation enhances ones' lifespan. Good to know that outsiders know more about it than our own people!

Usha Menon said...


Gayatri Mantra is a panacea for all maladies.It heartening to know that other countries have come to realise its positive effects

Deepak mehta said...

I am enlightened by this information. I am proud to be a hindu

R. Ramesh said...

inspiring and enlightening indeed sir..thanks for sharing:)

Ritesh said...

Chowlaji - Can you let me know where you got the information about Radio Paramaribo, Hamburg University, American Scientist etc., This seems to be a spam that is going around and am trying to back track and get to the root of it. Chowlaji - can you let me know where you got this information from?

Gayatri said...

Dear Chowla Ji,

You make some very good points -- I found it useful. It seems there are other alternative/complementary interpretations of the mantra on the internet. See:

http://chakrabarty.com/blog/gayatri_mantra_full_lyrics_meaning_translation_chakra_meditation.html

Thanks.