If Maha Mantra is chanted with utmost faith and devotion, He will bring a proper transformation in your mind.


People say that we should worship God without expecting any reward? Is it true?



Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji:


As described in our scriptures, a devotee can be viewed at three different levels, Aarthi, arthaarthi and Jignyasu.

           An ‘Aarthi’ is one who worships the lord for the removal of sufferings.

           An ‘Arthaarthi’ is one who performs Bhakti to the Lord to bless Him with more wealth and fortune

           A Jignyasu prays to the Lord for spiritual elevation, divine visions and Liberation.

Above all of these, there is a fourth level, where the devotion is unconditional. In this state, the devotee performs Bhakti for the love of Bhakti. This is the supreme state called as Prema Bhakti.


Thus none of the levels is right or wrong. It purely depends on the individual’s attitude and bhaava.


The easier method to do this is by winning God’s grace. If Maha Mantra is chanted with utmost faith and devotion, He will bring a proper transformation in your mind.


Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji


The Magic Touch


Yogiramsuratkumar always chanted the Ram Nam. By sheer power of Rama Nama, he cured innumerable diseases, blessed so many devotees with money, power wealth etc who came to him with mundane, worldly problems.


Sin does not touch the person who constantly chants the name of Hari. The person shall also have no dearth for prosperity. Is there an easier way than this?


What is the best boon to ask for from God?


When he becomes conscious of a greater Power governing the world, he approaches it through prayer for the fulfilment of his needs


You have wished for 'Dharma', 'Artha' (wealth), 'Kama' (ambitions) and 'Moksha' (God).


Because this man has chanted My holy name, My duty is to give him protection


The Name of the Lord – this alone is my wealth.


Chant the Mahamantra Nama kirtan :


Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare 

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