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Single Mantra That Gives the Benefit of Reading Entire Srimad Bhagavad Purana


Srimad Bhagavad Purana is 'mokshadayini' – one that has the power to liberate a devotee from all forms of worldly suffering. But today many people do not have the patience, interest, energy and time to read the Srimad Bhagavad Puran, which narrates about the various avatars of Bhagavan Vishnu. A single mantra provides the benefit or reading the entire Srimad Bhagavad Purana. The mantra is:

आदौ देवकी देव गर्भजननं, गोपी गृहे वद्र्धनम्।
माया पूज निकासु ताप हरणं गौवद्र्धनोधरणम्।।
कंसच्छेदनं कौरवादिहननं, कुंतीसुपाजालनम्।
एतद् श्रीमद्भागवतम् पुराण कथितं श्रीकृष्ण लीलामृतम्।।
अच्युतं केशवं रामनारायणं कृष्ण:दामोदरं वासुदेवं हरे।
श्रीधरं माधवं गोपिकावल्लभं जानकी नायकं रामचन्द्रं भजे।।
Maya puja nikasu tap haranam govardhanoudharanam
Kamsachedanam Kouradihanam Kuntisupajalanam
Etadh Srimadabhagavadam purana kaditam Srikrishna Leelamrtam
Achutam Keshavam Ramanarayanam Krishna Damodharam Vasudeva hare
Sreedaram Madavam Gopikavallabham Janai Nayakam Ramachandram bhaje


How to Chant the Mantra?

A devotee should wake up early in the morning before sunrise. Take bath and wear neat clothes. Then he should first offer prayers to Ganesha in the mind. Then prayers should be offered to Bhagavan Sri Krishna.

The mantra should be chanted sitting in padmasana posture.

Rudraksha mala should be used to chant the mantra.

Depending on the beads in the Rudraksha, you can do one, three or five malas. For example, if the Rudraksha contains 108 beads do a single mala. If it contains single digit beads then do five malas.