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Navarathna Mantra Maala


Angaragan - Coral - Pavazham

Navarathna Mantra Maala - Sundara Kaandam - Angaragan - Coral - Pavazham

Slokam in Tamil :

Slokam in English :


Finally, through the courage and will power, Hanuman crosses the sea and reaches Lanka. As soon as he reaches Lanka, Lankini, a demon who is the security of Lanka, is the first person to face Hanuman. After fighting for a long time, Hanuman wins over her and enters the palace of Ravanan and searches of Sita piratti. He searches for Sita piratti in all the places for a long time. But he could not find her. Because of this, he becomes mentally and physically tired. But, in a fraction of time, he eradicates all these tiredness and starts searching for Sita Piratti with lots of energy and Fastness.

The Inner Message:

Activeness, enthusiasm etc., are some of the objects that are used as the basement for major wealth and higher level of achievement. Being lazy will not bring anything to our life.

Fastness in our action, activeness should be there in our life and through that we could attain anything.

Hanuman says the above mantram for him to get energy, activeness etc. Simultaneously, this mantram is also for this entire human community.

Connection with Navagraham:

Angaragan is the one among the Navagrahas who is responsible for riding away the sorrow in our life. Sorrow, poverty are some of the negative part of anyone's life. So, he is one of the Navagrahas who can make us to get out of poverty, sorrow etc., in our life.

By doing Parayanam of the above said Mantram, we can get out of the sorrow, and get out of Chevvai dosham, to achieve victory over everything; and all kinds of property will reach us etc.

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