Lord Vishnu is a part of the trinity and plays the role of the creator. He has taken ten incarnations to save the planet and the good people from the hands of evils or demons. There are many mantras to please Lord Vishnu.
Vishnu’s preserving, restoring, and protecting powers have been manifested in the world in a series of ten earthly incarnations known as avatars. The avatars arrive either to prevent a great evil or to effect good upon the earth. Nine are said to have descended already: three in nonhuman form, one in hybrid form and five in human form.
The most important are Rama, fearless upholder of the law of dharma and Krishna, youthful hero of the Bhagavad Gita Vishnu’s final avatar is expected to arrive at a time when the earth is at the end of its present cycle, with the purpose of destroying the world and subsequently recreating it.
Vaishnavites, one of the largest Hindu groups, are the devotees of Vishnu as Ishvara, the Supreme Being, worshipped in the forms of his manifestations or incarnations. Because of his pervasive presence, images as the focus of worship are of great importance, as are temple architecture and carving.
Mukti (Liberation) mantra:
This twelve letter mantra is also known as the liberation mantras as it is believed to relieve the person who is chanting this mantra from all the hardships of life.
“ओम नमो भगवते वासुदेवय”
“Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya”
Meaning: I bow to the Lord who lives in the hearts of all.
Shree Vishnu Mantra:
It is otherwise known as the shaanta-kaaram mantra. It is one of the most powerful mantra used to praise Lord Vishnu and his incarnations, which helped to restore peace and happiness.
“शांत-करम भुजगा-शयनं पद्म-नाभम:
विश्व-धर्म गगन-सद्रिशं मेघा-वरनम
लक्ष्मी-कंतम कमला-नयनम योगी-भी-ध्यान-
वंदे विष्णुम भव-भय-हरं सर्व-लोकिका-नाथम”
“shaanta-kaaram bhujaga-shayanam padma-naabham
vishwa-dhaaram gagana-sadrisham megha-varanam
lakshmi-kaantam kamala-nayanam yogi-bhi-dhyaana-
vande vishnum bhava-bhaya-haram sarva-lokaika- naatham”
Meaning: I sing praising the Lord Vishnu
- Shaanta – He who has the peace
- Kaaram– demeanor and visage
- shayanam — He who sleeps and reposes
- Bhujaga– on the serpents
- Padma– He who has a lotus shaped
- Naabham– Navel
- He who is the master and lord
- Suresham– of all the gods
I pray to the Lord Vishnu.
- Dhaaram –He who holds the
- Vishwaa– universe in his hands.
- Sadrasham –He whose vision exceeds
- Gagana– beyond all the skies
- Varanam — He whose color and visage is
- Megha– changeable like the clouds
- Shubh– he who is filled with goodness
- Aangam– in every part of his body.
I sing praise to the Lord Vishnu.
- kaantam — He who is the husband
- lakshmi– of the goddess of wealth
- He whose eyes (nayanam) are surreal
- kamala– like a lotus flower
- agamyam– he who yogis yearn to reach
- dhyaana– through meditation
I sing praises to the Lord Vishnu
He who removes all our fears
bhava– due to our inborn nature
And he who is the master of the
entire universe and creation
Simple, yet powerful mantra to please the preserver, Lord Vishnu.
“ओम नमो नारायणय”
“Om Namo Narayanaya“
Meaning: I bow before the Almighty.
The Ultimate mantra:
This mantra depicts about the avatars of Lord Vishnu, He has taken to save the world from evils.
“ओम श्रीं कृष्णय श्रीम”
श्रीम श्रीम गोविंदाय गोपालालय गोलोक
सुंदराय सत्यय नित्यय परमार्थने पराया
मेघठमने श्रीं नरसिम्हवपुशे नमः”
“Om shreem krishnaya shreem
shreem shreem govindaya gopalaya goloka
sundaraya sathyaya nithyaya paramathmane paraya
meghathmane shreem narasimhavapushe namah“
Chanting this mantra for 91 days ensures maximum protection for you.
Sloka on Sri Vishnu
“कायना वाका मनसे [ए-आई] ndriyairvaa
बुद्धी [i] – आत्माना वा प्रकृतिः स्वभावत:
करोमी याद-यत-सकलम परस्माइ
“Kaayena Vaacaa Manase[a-I]ndriyairvaa
Buddhy[i]-Aatmanaa Vaa Prakrteh Svabhaavaat
Karomi Yad-Yat-Sakalam Parasmai
Meaning: Whatever actions I perform, by body, mind, senses or intellect. I surrender them at the feet of Sri Narayana.
“शुक्लम बाराधरम विष्णुम्”
शुक्ल-अंबरा-धर्म विष्णुम शशि-वर्णम चतुर-भुजम
प्रसन्ना-वदानं ध्यानायत सर्व-विघ्नो [ए-यू] पशनताय”
“Shuklam Baradharam Vishnum
Shukla-Ambara-Dharam Vissnnum Shashi-Varnnam Catur-Bhujam
Prasanna-Vadanam Dhyaayet Sarva-Vighno[a-U]pashaantaye”
Meaning: I Meditate on Sri Vishnu, Who is Wearing White Clothes, Who is All-Pervading, Who is Bright in Appearance like the Moon and who is Having Four Hands. He is having a Compassionate and Gracious Face, Let us meditate on Him to Ward of all impediments.