Gayatri Mantra with Meaning


Mantra:

Om Bhur-Bhuvah-Svah, Tat-Savitur-Varenyam,
Bhargo-Devasya-Dheemahi, Dhiyo-Yo-Nah-Prachodayaata.

United Meaning:

Let us meditate upon the glory of Ishwar, who has created this universe,who is fit to be worshipped, who is the remover of all sins and ignorance, May He enlighten our intellect.

Sanskrit to English translation of words:

OM                  Almighty God
bhoor           Embodiment of vital or spiritual energy
bhuva       Destroyer of suffering
Sawha           Embodiment of happiness
Tat                  That (indicating God)
Savitur          Bright, luminous, like and sun
Vareinyam     Supreme, best
Bargo          Destroyer of sins
Devasya        Divine
Dheemahi       May receive
Dhiyo             Intellect
YO                    Who
Namha               Our
Prachodhya    May inspire

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