Powerful Rudra Mantra
“Om Namo Bhagavate Rudraya”
This Mantra helps us please Lord Shiva fast. This is a powerful mantra that can make Lord Shiva happy.
Shiva Gayatri Mantra “Om Tatpurushaya Vidmahe Maha Devaya Dheemahi Tannoh Rudrah Prachodayat” Gayatri Mantra, in its original form, is one of the most powerful Mantras in Hinduism. This is the most powerful shiva gayatri mantra. It helps to attain peace of mind and also appeases Lord Shiva.
Shiva Dhyaan Mantra Karacharankritam Vaa Kaayjam Karmjam Vaa Shravannayanjam Vaa Maanasam Vaa Paradham| Vihitam Vihitam Vaa Sarv Metal Kshamasva Jay Jay Karunaabdhe Shree Mahadev Shambho. Chant the Shiva Dhyaan Mantra to meditate and get praises from Lord Shiva. This Mantra asks the Lord to forgive us from all kinds of sins we may have done.
Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Om Tryambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam| Urvarukamiva Bandhanath Mrityormukshiya Mamritat. As the Lord of death and destruction, it is only mantra that we pray to Lord Shiva to help escape the fear of death. Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra helps us to get averted from untimely death.
Ekadasha Rudra Mantra Ekadasha Rudra Mantra is a set of eleven Mantras. These Mantras are used to worship Lord Shiva in his various forms. These Mantras correspond to the months in a year is an excellent practice to recite all the eleven Mantras on Shivaratri or during the time when Maha Rudra Yagnya takes place.
Kapali “Om HumHum Satrustambhanaya Hum Hum Om
Phat” Pingala “Om Shrim Hrim Shrim Sarva Mangalaya Pingalaya Om Namah”
Bhima “Om Aim Aim Mano Vanchita Siddhaya Aim Aim Om”
Virupaksha “Om Rudraya Roganashaya Agacha Cha Ram Om Namah”
Vilohita “Om Shrim Hrim Sam Sam Hrim Shrim Shankarshanaya Om”
Shastha “Om Hrim Hrim Safalyayai Siddhaye Om Namah”
Ajapada “Om Shrim Bam Sough Balavardhanaya Baleshwaraya Rudraya Phut Om”
Ahirbhudanya “Om Hram Hrim Hum Samastha Graha Dosha Vinashaya Om”
Sambhu “Om Gam Hluam Shroum Glaum Gam Om Namah”
Chanda “Om Chum Chandishwaraya Tejasyaya Chum Om Phut”
Bhava “Om Bhavod Bhava Sambhavaya Ishta Darshana Om Sam Om Namaha”