अखंड गायत्री मंत्र:
“ॐ* भू: ॐ- भुवः ॐ सुव: ॐ* मह: ॐ* जन: ॐ* -तपः ॐ* ज्ञान ॐ- विज्ञानं ॐ- प्रज्ञान ॐ- सत्यम!
ॐ* तत सवितुर वरेण्यम भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धियो योन: प्रचोदयात!!
ॐ* भू: ॐ- भुवः ॐ ज्योति: ॐ* वायु: ॐ* अमृता ॐ* -परमात्मा ॐ* ईश्वर ॐ- सूर्य ॐ अंतरात्मा ॐ* जीवात्मा ॐ*!!!”
Akhand Gayatri Mantra:
“AUM* – Bhur, AUM– Bhuvah, AUM – Suvah, AUM* – Maha, AUM* – Jana, AUM* -Tapah, AUM* – Gyan, AUM– Vigyan, AUMo – Pragyan, AUM* – Satyam!
AUM*, Tat Savitur Varenayam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dhio Yo-nah Prachodayath!!
AUM* – Bhur, AUM– Bhuvar, AUM – Jyotir, AUM* – Vayur, AUM* – Amaruta, AUM* -Paramatma, AUM* – Ishvara, AUM– Surya, AUM – Antaratma, AUM* – Jivatma, AUM*!!!”
Akhand Gayatri Mantra has 10 Maha Vyahritis.
They activate, awaken and integrate 10 major centers (Chakras).
AUM* is repeated 22 times.
This version finds its origin in Akhand Sutra.
It is based on the spiritual experiences of the ten stages of Akhand Yoga and Divyank, the Divine Constant, with which the perfect and most beautiful objects of the universe and Nature are designed and created.
It represents the expanded consciousness of the present Era of Intuitive Science.
Gayatri Mantra is dedicated to Savitur, the Sun-God.
It is dedicated to Goddess Savitri, the consort of Savitur.
It is also dedicated to Brahman, the Formless Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent, all-pervasive Universal Consciousness, the source of Savitur, Savitri, and other manifestations of the universe and Nature.
For detailed knowledge and explanation of Mantra Vidya and other versions of Gayatri Mantra, please download and read Akhand Sutra from Akhand Vidyashram.
Maha Gayatri Mantra:
“AUM* – Bhur, AUM– Bhuvah, AUM – Suvah, AUM* – Maha, AUM* – Jana, AUM* -Tapah, AUM* – Satyam!
Tat Savitur Varenayam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dhio Yo-nah Prachodayath!!
AUM* Apo, Jyoti, Raso’mritam, Brahma, Bhur, Bhuvah, Suvah AUM8!!!”
Maha Gayatri Mantra has 10 Maha Vyahritis.
They activate, awaken and integrate 7 major centers (Chakras).
AUM* is repeated 10 times.
This Maha Narayani Upanishad Gayatri Mantra is attributed to Sage Vishvamitra.
It is chanted on Avaniattam, Purnima, and full-moon day of Raksha-Bandhan.
It represents the consciousness of the Era of Treta-Yug or the Epic Ramayana.
The most common and chanted Gayatri Mantra:
“AUM, Bhur, Bhuva, Suvah, Tat, Savitur Varenyam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dheo Yonah Prachodayat!”
This version is normally chanted 108 times every day.
- The original Gayatri Mantra:
It first appears in Rig-Veda, the oldest surviving scripture of the world. It goes like this.
“Tat, Savitur Varenyam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dheo Yonah Prachodayat!”
It represents the pure consciousness of Satya-Yug, the Era of Truth of Vedas.
- The first improvised version is seen in Yavur-Veda.
Bhur, Bhuva, and Suvah were added to the first version.
“Bhu, Bhuva, Suvah, Tat, Savitur Varenyam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dheo Yonah Prachodayat!”