Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra | Detailed Meaning

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra - Detailed Meaning

📅 Sep 12th, 2021

By Vishesh Narayan

Summary Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is the great mantra for conquering death. The Mantra creates a very powerful protective shield of divine vibrations that wards off and protects us from negativities and evil forces.


Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is the great mantra for conquering death for it protects against all threats and at the time of death eases the process of release.

It is one of the more potent of the ancient mantras, a call for enlightenment and the practice of purifying the karmas of the soul at a deep level.

It is beneficial for mental, emotional, and physical health. It is also a moksha mantra that bestows longevity and immortality.

The Mantra creates a very powerful protective shield of divine vibrations that wards off and protects us from negativities and evil forces.

The Mrityunjaya Mantra was founded by Rishi Markandeya. It was a secret mantra, and Rishi Markandeya was the only one in the world who knew this mantra.

The Moon was once in trouble, cursed by King Daksha. Rishi Markandeya gave the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra to Sati, Daksha’s daughter, for the Moon. This is how this mantra became known to the world.

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Meaning

महामृत्युञ्जय मंत्र

Word to Word meaning of the Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra:-
oṁ = is a sacred/mystical syllable in Sanatan Dharma or Indian religions, i.e. Hinduism, Jainism & Buddhism.
त्र्यम्बकम् tryambakam = the three-eyed one
यजामहे yajāmahe = We worship, adore, honor, revere,
सुगन्धिम् sugandhim = sweet-smelling, fragrant (accusative case),
पुष्टि puṣṭi = A well-nourished condition, thriving, prosperous, the fullness of life,
वर्धनम् vardhanam = One who nourishes, strengthens, causes to increase (in health, wealth, well-being); who gladdens, exhilarates, and restores health; a good gardener,
उर्वारुकमिव urvārukamiva = like the cucumber, melon,
बन्धनान् bandhanān = “from captivity” {i.e. from the stem of the cucumber } (of the gourd); bandhanān means bound down. Thus read with urvārukam iva, it means ‘I am bound down just like a cucumber (to a vine)’.
मृत्यु: + मुक्षीय = mṛtjuḥ + mukṣīya= from death + free (Vedic usage)
मा (माम) + अमृतात् = mā (short form of mām) + amṛtāt = myself + sure, definitely, Free me from certain death.

Mantra

ॐ त्र्यम्‍बकं यजामहे सुगन्धिं पुष्टिवर्धनम् ǀ
उर्वारुकमिव बन्‍धनान्मृ त्‍योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात् ǁ

OṀ TRYAMBAKAṀ YAJĀMAHE SUGANDHIṀ PUṢṬI-VARDHANAM ǀ
URVĀRUKAM-IVA BANDHANĀN MṚTYORMUKṢĪYA MĀ ∫ MṚTĀT ǁ

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