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Shiva Namaskar Mantra – How to Chant – Benefits

Shiva Namaskar Mantra is a powerful mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva. Chanting of the mantra helps in attaining concentration. It also helps in achieving dreams. It helps in overcoming mental and physical troubles. The mantra also puts one on the path of spirituality and true wisdom. How to chant the mantra and the benefits of Shiva Namaskar Mantra is given below.

Shiva Namaskar Mantra Benefits

Helps in attaining detachment.
Good for focusing on spiritual life.
Progress in career and education.
Good in overcoming brain and heart related ailments.
Desire fulfillments after proper understanding of Dharma.

Shiva Namaskar Mantra

नमः शम्भवाय मयोभवाय नमः
शन्कराय मयस्कराय नमः
शिवाय शिवतराय च।।
ईशानः सर्वविध्यानामीश्वरः
सर्वभूतानां ब्रम्हाधिपतिर्ब्रम्हणोधपतिर्ब्रम्हा शिवो मे अस्तु सदाशिवोम।।

Namah Shambavaya cha Mayobhavaya cha namah
Shankaraya cha mayaskaraya cha namah
Shivaya cha Shivtaraya Cha
Ishan: Sarvavidyanamishwar
Sarvabhutana Brahmadipatibrahamanodpatibbrahma Shivo me astu Sadasivoham

 – How to Chant – Benefits of Shiva Namaskara Mantra

How to chant the Shiva Namaskar Mantra?

  • The mantra should be chanted on Monday morning or during pradosh period in the evening before sunset.
  • It can also be chanted on Shiva Chaturdasi – the day before Amavasya.
  • Take bath and wear white color clothes.
  • Offer prayers to Ganesha in mind.
  • Light a lamp using cow ghee.
  • Place a murti or picture of Shiva or Shivling on a white cloth.
  • Offer water to Shivling or murti.
  • Offer white color flowers and bilva leaves.
  • Offer Bhasma or sacred ash.
  • Offer camphor.
  • Offer white kheer or any white sweet to Shiva.
  • Now chant the Shiva Namaskar mantra. Chant it 108 times. To keep count you can use a rudraksha mala.
  • The kheer should be later shared with family members. If anything is left then it should be given to a cow.
  • Flowers, bilva leaves and all other natural materials used in the puja should be deposited under a peepal tree.