Importance and Characteristics of Rudra Mantra
The Rudra Mantra is dedicated to Lord Rudra, who is believed to be a form of Lord Shiva and in a broad sense both are one and the same. That is, the almighty Lord Mahadev is Rudra. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of Rudra Mantra. By repeating the frequencies of Rudra Mantra again and again, that is, by chanting them, one gets the holy association of Lord Shiva and any wish of the chanter can be fulfilled.
Mahadev Shiva, also known as Rudra, who is called the God of Gods, is soon pleased with the chanting of the Rudra Mantra and also fulfills the wishes of his devotees. Whenever Lord Shiva comes in his destroyer form to destroy sorrows and in that period by making all the enemies cry by taking the form of Rudra, he becomes Shiva Rudra and to get his blessings chant the Rudra Mantra.
Effects of Rudra mantra on Human
Rudra Mantra is considered very sacred and powerful. By chanting this mantra, Lord Shiva’s blessings are obtained, as a result of which even the biggest diseases can be removed and the person who has been surrounded by various kinds of troubles for a long time, by chanting the Rudra Mantra, all those He gets rid of problems and his life becomes blessed. This is the special effect of Rudra Mantra, which is always present with the one who chants it.
Meaning of Rudra Mantra – Rudra Mantra & Its Meaning
The Rudra Mantra is as follows:
I bow to Lord Rudra means Hey Lord Shiva. I bow to them.
Rudra Gayatri Mantra
O Lord Sarveshwar, you have a trident in your hand and my life is engulfed in various kinds of troubles and troubles. In such a situation, take me under your grace and remove my troubles and have mercy on me, because I am in your shelter.
Shiv Gayatri Mantra
I bow at the feet of the great Lord, the ideal man, Lord Mahadev. Oh God! You give me wisdom and guide me through knowledge.
Mantras for Shiva Meditation
विहितं विहितं वा सर्व मेतत् क्षमस्व जय जय करुणाब्धे श्री महादेव शम्भो ॥ (Vihitm vihitm va Sarv Metat Kshamasva jay jay karunabdhe Shree Mahadev Shambho ||)
O Most Merciful Lord Mahadev, please forgive me for my sins. Please forgive me for the sins I have committed through my hands, feet, body and actions. Forgive all the sins I have committed intentionally or unintentionally through my ear, eye and mind.
Rudra Ekadash Names of Lord Shiva It is believed that to remove all kinds of problems in life, these eleven Rudra names of Lord Rudra should be chanted, which can remove all kinds of problems. These eleven Rudra names of Shiva are as follows: Names of eleven Rudras in Shiv Purana
In the Shiva Purana, the eleventh Rudra is known as Kapali, Pingal, Bhima, Virupaksha, Vilohit, Shasta, Ajapada, Ahirbudhnya, Shambhu, Chanda, and Bhava.
Names of eleven Rudras according to Shaivagam
If we talk about the Shaivagam dedicated to Lord Shiva, the eleven Rudras are defined as Shambhu, Pinaki, Girish, Sthanu, Bharga, Sadashiva, Shiva, Hara, Sharva, Kapali, and Bhava.
Names of eleven Rudras according to Adiparva of Mahabharata
The Mahabharata, which is counted as the biggest epic, has included the names of eleven Rudras in various chapters of its Adi Parva as follows:
Mrigavyadh, Serpent, Niruti, Ajakapada, Ahirbudhnya, Pinaki, Dahan, Ishvara, Kapali, Sthanu, Bhava
Names of eleven Rudras in Puranas
Ekadash Rudra has also got a place in various Puranas and if we talk about the main Puranas , the description of Ekadash Rudra also comes in Matsya Purana , Skanda Purana and Padma Purana . According to him the eleventh Rudras are as follows: Ajaikapada, Ahirbudhnya, Virupaksha, Raivat, Hara, Bahurupa, Tryambaka, Savitra, Jayanta, Pinaki, Aparajita.
Names of eleven Rudras in Shrimad Bhagwat
Apart from this, description of ideal friends is also found in Shrimad Bhagavatam , who are called Manyu, Manu, Mahinas, Mahan, Shiva, Ritadhwaja, Ugrareta, Bhava, Kaal, Vamadeva, and Dhritavrat etc.
Let us now know about these eleven Rudras. Actually Lord Rudra is only one, but he also took birth in the form of many Rudras for the welfare of the world, in which eleven Rudras are prominent. It is believed that when the deities were defeated and their kingdom was usurped by the demons, Maharishi Kashyap obtained a boon from Lord Shiva i.e. Lord Rudra to be born as his son by doing hard penance and for the children of Maharishi Kashyap and Surabhi. Eleven Rudras took birth in this form, which are called Ekadash Rudras. He defeated the demons and established the gods again. The eleven Rudras according to Shaivagam are as follows:
Yasmat prajgyare devastam shambhu pranamamayam
That is, from whom Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and all the gods, demons, demons, etc. have been born and from whom all the gods have also been born, I bow to such Lord His Holiness Shambhu.
Lord Shambhu is the real Brahman form of Rudra Dev and he is the creator, creator and destroyer of the world, that is, the creator of the world, its nurturer and its destroyer. In fact, there is only one Rudra, who continues to govern all the people with his power and energy. He is Shambhu, also known as Shiva and Mahadev etc. In the real form, Shambhu is Mahadev who is situated within everyone in our conscience. His Shambhu form has been given place in various Vedas and Puranas.
Chaturvedaischa sahitam pinakinmaham bhaje
That is, I meditate on the Pinaki Lord, who is seated on the chariot of forgiveness and is coordinated with the Brahmasutra, who holds the four Vedas.
The second friend is recognized in the form of Pinaki, in the form of the four Vedas, God in the form of Shakti extinguishes all the sufferings without the form of Rudra. According to Shaivagam, the second Rudra is Pinaki and the four Vedas are his Rudra form.
गिरिशो गिरिजाप्राणवल्लभो⁇ स्तु सदामुदे॥
That is , on the highest peak of Mount Kailash , situated in the middle of Mani Mandap, dear Pran Vallabh Lord Girish, the evidence of Mata Parvati, may always give us joy.
According to Shaivagam the third Rudra is Lord Girish, who resides on Kailash and in this form gives happiness and joy to all. Kailash is very dear to Lord Shiva and hence various types of Leelas are performed by Lord Girish on Mount Kailash.
स्थाणुं नमामि शिरसा सर्वदेवनमस्कृतम्⁇॥
I bow from my head to Lord Sthanu, the one who gives happiness and the life form of the entire Dev Mandal, by giving place to Mother Parvati in my left part i.e. in Vamang.
According to Shaivagam, the fourth form of Lord Rudra is called Sthanu. This Rudra is called Sthanu because of being self-absorbed and doing samadhi and penance. Mother Parvati resides in the left side of Lord Sthanu.
In the fourth form of Lord Rudra, Sthanu Rudra accepted the prayers of all the gods for the welfare of the world and Parvati, the daughter of mountain king Himavan, who is the form of Mother Adishakti, placed her as the wife of religion in her left part and the whole world. did welfare.
हृदयस्थः सदाभूयाद् भर्गो भयविनाशनः॥
The Trinetra, who wears the moon’s jewels, is brighter than the ashes, and the Bharga, the destroyer of fear, may always reside in our hearts.
Lord Rudra in the form of Bharga is very bright. This radiant form of his destroys all kinds of pains in life and removes all kinds of fear. If you are suffering from any disease or there is any trouble in your life then you should worship this Bharg Rudra form. Bharg Rudra, the destroyer of fear, does welfare of the whole world and takes life ahead in the right direction by removing the sufferings of life.
Vedantkritsancharam bhavam tam sharanam bhaje.
Whose lotus feet are worshiped by Yogindra himself and who are the past and the shelter of the devotees from the dualities and from whom the Vedanta has originated and communicated, I worship them taking refuge in that Bhava.
This Bhava form of Lord Rudra is very unique, because in this form Rudra bestows the power of knowledge, the power of yoga and all kinds of bliss in the form of divine love. That is, by worshiping this form, a person gets the power of knowledge. He gets the knowledge of yoga and gets a chance to take a dip in the Ganges of God’s love. He is also considered as the Jagadguru and the preacher of Vedanta and Yoga. He shows the path of self-welfare for all on the strength of knowledge and yoga.
If one wants to know the original and real secrets of Yoga, Vidya, Bhakti, Jnana, Vedas, etc., then it is necessary to get the grace of Lord Bhava. In the twenty-second chapter of the Shiv Purana and in the seventh chapter of the Linga Purana , a special description has been given of the Yogacharya form of the Bhava form of Lord Rudra. They also render yoga in life to all by means of yama, niyama, asana, activity, restraint etc.
Rudro bhutvaharannante gatirmstu sadashiv.
The one who creates and creates all the worlds in the form of Brahma, nurtures all in the form of Vishnu and destroys all in the form of Rudra and delivers salvation, may he attain me in the form of Sadashiv in the form of supreme speed. .
According to Shaivagam, this Sadashiv is known as the sixth Rudra. The form of Lord Sadashiv is known as the form of formless Brahman. They bestow splendor to all, happiness, prosperity and happiness are also attained through them. It is also believed that Lord Sadashiv has given wealth to Goddess Lakshmi, the presiding deity of wealth and Kubera, the patron of wealth. He bestows happiness and prosperity with both his hands, which leads to the welfare of the whole world.
The corporeal chinmaya form of the formless ParaBrahm is worshipable in the form of Sadashiv. Sadashiv Rudra is considered to be God by ancient scholars and the origin of the great power Ambika is also considered by him.
kalyangundhamneऽstu shivaya vihitānātiः.
My salutations to Shiva, the supreme abode of all welfare and virtues of such a world, which is rendered by Gayatri herself and Omkar, whose house is the house.
According to Shaivagam, the seventh Rudra is Shiva. The Shiva element has originated from the metal ‘Vash Kantau’. Shiva is the one whom everyone likes and likes. Worshiping Shiva is paramount for attainment of happiness, peace and salvation.
Rudra in the form of Shiva is considered to be very happy and benevolent. If one has a desire to attain salvation in life, then the worship of Lord Shiva Rudra is considered most important for him. It is called Shiva with Shakti and known as Shava without Shakti. That is why this form of Shiva is considered to give welfare and happiness to all.
Pinakakithastay Harastu Namaskrit:
My salutations to the Lord Har, who holds the bow of the arm, that is, snakes as ornaments, at whose feet all the deities bow their heads and to whom they pray.
According to Shaivagam, the eighth form in the eleventh Rudra is known by the name of Har. He is also known as Nagabhushan or Sarpa Bhushan. It gives the message that all kinds of suffering and its solution is present in God’s body only. Rudra, who is the beginning and end of the universe, has to wear destructive material like serpents in the form of annihilator. The Lord who wears the serpents of Kaal on his body is said to be timeless.
This timeless Lord grants freedom from all the three types of Tapas i.e. Adhidaivik, Adhibhautik and Spiritual sins to all the devotees who come under his shelter and every name is meaningful because of the removal of sufferings in their lives. To get rid of all the problems, every Rudra who holds Pinaka Trishul in his hand bestows fearlessness to his devotees. Rudra, who wears poisonous serpents as ornaments, removes all kinds of worldly, physical and mental miseries. Just as they have control over the serpents, in the same way they have control over time also.
Khadgpanistikshanadashtra: Sharvakhyoऽstu mude mama
By destroying the Tripuras, Tripurahanta, who destroys the pride of Yamraj, the god of death, that is, those who break, the scabbard and the sharp horns, may be pleasurable to me. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
According to Shaivagam, the form of the ninth Rudra is known as Sharva. There is also the Mahakal, which is called the Kaal of the ages. In the form of Shiva Rudra also keeps Kaal under his control.
After riding on the omnipotent chariot, it was he who destroyed the Tripuras, that is why he is also called Sharva Rudra and Tripurari. This Shiva Rudra pervades everywhere, is also the ruler of the three worlds and is present in all. Worship of Shiva Rudra is considered to be most fruitful when there is life-threatening suffering in life.
Shoolpani: Sukhayastu Kapali mei hayharnisham.
May the Shoolpani Kapali, who destroys the sacrifice of Prajapati Daksha, and the angry lotus face in the form of fierceness, grant us happiness day and night.
According to Shaivagam, the tenth Rudra is known as Kapali. They also keep a skull with them and wear a garland of heads.
He is a powerful deity of destructive power and according to the seventeenth chapter of the Srishti section of Padma Purana, the Lord in the form of Kapali took a place in the Yagya by wearing a skull, due to which an attempt was made to stop him at the entrance of the Yagya. After this Lord Kapali Rudra showed his influence and after that everyone apologized to him and then Kapali Rudra was placed in the north of Brahma. In the form of Kapali, Lord Rudra had destroyed his yajna to destroy the pride of Prajapati Daksha, this form shows his angry posture.