24 Hour Chanting of Varahi Mantra
to Get relief from Corona Virus!!

Welcome to 24 Hour Chanting of Varahi Mantra to
Get relief from Corona Virus and for global peace and safety.

Audio Message from Guru Karunamaya.

Maa Varahi Devi

Devi Varahi is a powerful Goddess and one of the Yoginis who has taken the incarnation as a boar to destroy the evils. In this avatar, Devi Varahi lifts the earth on her tusks to protect all creatures on the planet.

According to Purana, She is a commander over all the forces on and off the earth, thereby helping her devotees attain Sri Vidhya, the knowledge of yoga, rituals, and devotional service. By destroying and devastating the evils, Devi Varahi protects her devotees and blesses them with peace and prosperity. She represents the new moon and the illumination aspects of Devi.

Participating in this Maha Sankalpam

You are blessed to be participating in this Maha Sankalpam that is under orders of Jagadamba Sri Varahi Devi and is being conducted under the guidence of Guru Karunamaya - A great Srividhya Upasaka and the founder of Sri Soundarya Lahiri Trust.

Maha Sankalpam from Guru Karunamaya.

It is auspicious to listen to the Maha Sankalpam before you start the mantra chanting.

Here is the audio recording of the Sankalpam.

Mama upaatta samastha duritakshaya dwaaraa Sri jaganmatha anugrahena mahaamaari devathaa saanthyartham tadwaaraa sarva roga prasamana siddhyartham sarva janaanaam sampoorna aarogya siddhyartham vaaraahi mantra saamoohika japam karishye

Varahi Maha Mantra

ऎं ग्लौं ऎं नमॊ भगवति वार्ताळि वार्ताळि वाराहि वाराहि वराहमुखि वराहमुखि अंधॆ अंधिनि नम: रुंधॆ रुंधिनि नम: झंभॆ झंभिनि नम: मोहे मोहिनि नम:

स्थंभॆ स्थंभिनि नम: सर्व रोग प्ररोगानाम् सर्वेशाम् सर्व वाक् चित्त चक्षुर् मुख गति जिह्वा स्थंभनं कुरु कुरु शीघ्रं वश्यम् ऎं ग्लौं ठ: ठ: ठ:ठ: हुम् अस्त्राय फट

ஐம் க்லௌம் ஐம் நமோ பகவதி வார்தாளி வார்தாளி வாராஹி வாராஹி வராஹமுகி வராஹமுகி அந்தே அந்தினி நம: ருந்தே ருந்தினி நம: ஜம்பே ஜம்பினி நம: மோஹே மோஹினி நம:

ஸ்தம்பே ஸ்தம்பினி நம: ஸர்வ ரோக ப்ரரோகாநாம் ஸர்வேஷாம் ஸர்வ வாக் சித்த சக்ஷுர் முக கதி ஜிஹ்வா ஸ்தம்பன்ம் குரு குரு ஶீக்ரம் வஶ்யம் ஐம் க்லௌம் ட: ட: ட: ட: ஹும் அஸ்த்ராய பட்

ఐం గ్లౌం ఐంనమో భగవతి వార్తాళి వార్థాళి వారాహి వారాహి వరాహముఖి వరాహముఖి అంధే అంధిని నమ: రుంధే రుంధిని నమ: ఝంభే ఝంభిని నమ: మోహే మోహిని నమ:

స్థంభే స్థంభిని నమ: సర్వ రోగ ప్రరోగానామ్ సర్వేషాం సర్వవాక్ చిత్త చక్షుర్ ముఖ గతి జిహ్వా స్థంభనం కురు కురు శీఘ్రం వశ్యం ఐం గ్లౌం ఠ: ఠ: ఠ: ఠ: హుం అస్త్రాయ ఫట్

ಐಂ ಗ್ಲೌಂ ಐಂ ನಮೊ ಭಗವತಿ ವಾರ್ತಾಳಿ ವಾರ್ತಾಳಿ ವಾರಾಹಿ ವಾರಾಹಿ ವರಾಹಮುಖಿ ವರಾಹಮುಖಿ ಅಂಧೆ ಅಂಧಿನಿ ನಮ: ರುಂಧೆ ರುಂಧಿನಿ ನಮ: ಝಂಭೆ ಝಂಭಿನಿ ನಮ: ಮೋಹೇ ಮೋಹಿನಿ ನಮ:

ಸ್ಥಂಭೆ ಸ್ಥಂಭಿನಿ ನಮ: ಸರ್ವ ರೋಗ ಪ್ರರೋಗಾನಾಮ್ ಸರ್ವೇಷಾಂ ಸರ್ವ ವಾಕ್ ಚಿತ್ತ ಚಕ್ಷುರ್ ಮುಖ ಗತಿ ಜಿಹ್ವಾ ಸ್ಥಂಭನಂ ಕುರು ಕುರು ಶೀಘ್ರಂ ವಶ್ಯಮ್ ಐಂ ಗ್ಲೌಂ ಠ: ಠ: ಠ:ಠ: ಹುಮ್ ಅಸ್ತ್ರಾಯ ಫಟ

Eim gloum Eim namo Bhagavathi vaartaali vaarthaali vaaraahi vaaraahi varaahamukhi varaahamukhi andhey andhini Namaha rundhey rundhini Namaha jhambhey jhambhini Namaha mohey mohini Namaha sthambhey sthambhini Namaha sarva roga prarogaanaam sarveshaam sarva vaak chitta chakshur mukha gathi jihvaa sthambhanam kuru Kuru seeghram vasyam eim gloum TAHA TAHA TAHA TAHA HUM asthraaya phat

ഐമ് ക്ലൗമ് ഐമ് നമോ പകവതി വാര്താളി വാര്താളി വാരാഹി വാരാഹി വരാഹമുകി വരാഹമുകി അന്തേ അന്തിനി നമ: രുന്തേ രുന്തിനി നമ: ജമ്പേ ജമ്പിനി നമ: മോഹേ മോഹിനി നമ: സ്തമ്പേ സ്തമ്പിനി നമ: സര്വ രോക പ്രരോകാനാമ് സര്വേഷാമ് സര്വ വാക് ചിത്ത ചക്ഷുര് മുക കതി ജിഹ്വാ സ്തമ്പന്മ് കുരു കുരു ശീക്രമ് വശ്യമ് ഐമ് ക്ലൗമ് ട: ട: ട: ട: ഹുമ് അസ്ത്രായ പട്

Varahi Mantra (Short)

ऐं ग्लौं वाराह्यै नम: पाहि पाहि रक्ष रक्ष

ஐம் க்லௌம் வாராஹ்யை நம: பாஹி பாஹி ரக்ஷ ரக்ஷ

ఐం గ్లౌం వారాహ్యై నమ: పాహి పాహి రక్ష రక్ష

ಐಂ ಗ್ಲೌಂ ವಾರಾಹ್ಯೈ ನಮ: ಪಾಹಿ ಪಾಹಿ ರಕ್ಷ ರಕ್ಷ

Eim gloum vaaraahyai Namaha paahi paahi raksha raksha

ഐം ഗ്ലൗം വാരാഹ്യൈ നമ: പാഹി പാഹി രക്ഷ രക്ഷ

Guru Karunamaya

Srilasri Swaprakasananda Theertha Avadhootha

Fondly known to his disciples as Gurugarau, Srilasri Swaprakasananda theertha avadhootha was born in 1915 in a small village, Vidurbarthi in Andhra Pradesh. Hailing from the Dattatreya lineage, Sri Swaprakasananda had not received any formal education, yet with the Mother’s Blessings, has vast knowledge of the Vedas and Sastras and is well versed in Sanskrit.

Sri Gurugaru came in contact with some of India’s finest spiritual gurus during his twentieth year. He received Dhiksha from Sri Poornananda Yogi, a disciple of the tibetian guru, Maru Maharishi. He was introduced to SriVidya upasana by Sri Kesari Kameswara Rao of the Madhvacharya sampradaya. In his 32nd year, Sri Gurugaru received Dhiksha in the mahavidyas of Sri Rajarajeswari, Vanadurga and Saptasathi Chandi. He attained Poorna dhiksha fromSri Gnanananda Saraswathi of Anakapalli.

He travelled the length and breadth of India to enhance his spiritual knowledge. By the time he was 40 years old, he had mastered the 64 tantras, from Orissa and Rajamandri. At 43, he had learnt 70 million mantras from the teachings of 18 peetams and many gurus. He spent a few years in Kasi contemplating and analysing the source of the mantras he had learnt. He was greatly aided by Sri Dakshinamurthi Paramahamsa of Lalithanagar, Vishakapatnam.

In addition to the siddhis he had already received, he became a vedic scholar at the age of 58 with the grace of Chintamani Mahavidyeswari.

By 1980, in his 65th year, Sri Gurugaru felt the urge to renounce the material world and take up sanyas. To this end, he travelled to the Sri Bhadrakali Mahapeetam at Haridhwar’s Saptarishi sarovar. Sanyasa dhiksha was showered on him by Srilasri Kalyanananda Bharathi theertha Maharaj. Years later, with his Guru’s blessings, Sri Gurugaru took up the Avadhootha Ashrama.

Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswati

Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswathi was born in Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, the first child of Sri Narasimha Rao and Srimati Lakshminarasamma. Guruji, as he is fondly referred to, started his spiritual quest at a very young age. Blessed with divine experiences early in his childhood,his young mind was teeming with questions, searching for the truth. The stage was set for his spiritual inclination that was to intensify later in life.

In the course of time, his interest turned to science. He graduated from the Andhra University with a masters in Nuclear physics and received his doctorate from the University of Bombay, while working at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Guruji spent 23 years at TIFR, involved in research. In the final years there, he was working on a defense project for the air defense. But his spiritually inclined conscience was not comfortable with the destructive nature of his research.

In the meantime, in 1977, Guruji visited the Balaji temple in Hydarabad. He went in and prostrated before the Lord. He felt an extreme thrill pass through his body; and Guruji had his first intitiation from Balaji, that is Balatripurasundari. This proved to be the turning point in his life. After deep thought, he decided to look into the spiritual aspects a little deeper and devote time to work for the upliftment of soceity. He received Sri Vidya Poorna Dhiksha from Sri Swaprakashananda Natha Thirtha Avadhutha of Anakapalli. And he was showered with the Grace of Devi Saraswathi and given the dhiksha name of Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswathi.

Involved in defense research at TIFR, his mind was in search of the truth within himself. It was at this juncture that he was offered a position of Professor of Physics at the Lusaka University in Zambia. Realising that this was an opportunity to take a fresh look at one’s self, he accepted a two year contract to work in Zambia.

Guruji returned to India in 1981. He resigned from TIFR and settled down in Vishakapatnam, into Sri Vidya upasana and worship of the Devi. He slowly started working on means to help improve the standard of living of his fellow men.

In 1983, during Devi yagna, Guruji was approached by the brothers of the Putrevu family, with a request to build a temple for the divine Mother. In addition to the three acres of land that they had donated, Guruji bought the adjoining ten acres and it was registered as land for the Devi temple. Having acquired the land, Guruji was looking for divine guidance, a sign of approval to commence construction of the temple.

In the vicinity of the donated land, there was a small hillock where Guruji would often spend time in meditation. On the slopes of the hillock, he noticed a formation very similar to that of the Kamakhya Peetam in Assam. One day, while in meditation he experienced himself lying on the Peetam, while four others were performing a homam with the flames emanating from his body. And during purnahuthi, he felt a heavy object being placed on his heart. Awakening from his meditative state, Guruji was prompted to dig that site. Unearthed from that very spot, he found a Sri Chakra MahaMeru made of panchaloha. It was later discovered that a huge yaaga had been performed in that area more than 250 years ago.

Guruji had visions of the Devi as a sixteen year old girl. With Her Blessing’s, he built the Kamakhya Peetam on the hillock and a Siva temple on the peak, in 1984. Construction of the Sri Meru Nilaya in Devipuram was started in 1985. Built covering an area of 108 square feet, the temple has 3 levels and stands 54 feet tall. The temple has the idols of all the Devis described in the Devi Khadgamala Stotra. The temple construction was completed in 1994 and the kumbhabhishekam celebrated with great pomp and piety. This temple is unique in allowing the devotees to perform puja to the Devi themselves, without distinction of caste or creed.

With numerous loving disciples all over the world, Guruji and his wife, Srimati Annapurnamba (lovingly known as Guruji Amma) have dedicated their lives to the service of the people. They established the Sri Vidya Trust for this purpose. Sri Amritananda Natha Saraswati attained maha samadhi in 2015.

Sri guru karunamaya

Fondly known to his disciples as Gurugarau, Srilasri Swaprakasananda theertha avadhootha was born in 1915 in a small village, Vidurbarthi in Andhra Pradesh. Hailing from the Dattatreya lineage, Sri Swaprakasananda had not received any formal education, yet with the Mother’s Blessings, has vast knowledge of the Vedas and Sastras and is well versed in Sanskrit.

Sri Gurugaru came in contact with some of India’s finest spiritual gurus during his twentieth year. He received Dhiksha from Sri Poornananda Yogi, a disciple of the tibetian guru, Maru Maharishi. He was introduced to SriVidya upasana by Sri Kesari Kameswara Rao of the Madhvacharya sampradaya. In his 32nd year, Sri Gurugaru received Dhiksha in the mahavidyas of Sri Rajarajeswari, Vanadurga and Saptasathi Chandi. He attained Poorna dhiksha fromSri Gnanananda Saraswathi of Anakapalli.

He travelled the length and breadth of India to enhance his spiritual knowledge. By the time he was 40 years old, he had mastered the 64 tantras, from Orissa and Rajamandri. At 43, he had learnt 70 million mantras from the teachings of 18 peetams and many gurus. He spent a few years in Kasi contemplating and analysing the source of the mantras he had learnt. He was greatly aided by Sri Dakshinamurthi Paramahamsa of Lalithanagar, Vishakapatnam.

In addition to the siddhis he had already received, he became a vedic scholar at the age of 58 with the grace of Chintamani Mahavidyeswari.

By 1980, in his 65th year, Sri Gurugaru felt the urge to renounce the material world and take up sanyas. To this end, he travelled to the Sri Bhadrakali Mahapeetam at Haridhwar’s Saptarishi sarovar. Sanyasa dhiksha was showered on him by Srilasri Kalyanananda Bharathi theertha Maharaj. Years later, with his Guru’s blessings, Sri Gurugaru took up the Avadhootha Ashrama.

For Devotees and Newcomers

Attention all devotees, especially newcomers – There is NO NEED to do any individual sankalpam. You just need to listen ONCE to the maha sankalpam audio in the website before you start your mantra Chanting. The idea here is to ensure that we are able to chant the Varahi Mahamantra as a group for 24 hours accross the world.


There are TWO forms of Mantra

The Bigger one is more powerful and for those who have isuses in Pronuncing the same and challenges can do the Shorter form

There is NO sankalpam document nor are we going to create one. Thereby, there is no changing the sankalpam to match the day’s Thithi etc.

Chant Varahi mantra at Home

Devotees can chant Varahi mantra at their house at any convenient time in the morning or evening or both times. It is beneficial to Chant as a family. In case you have a community close by and if you can maintain safe social distance it can be done in One place or even group chanting using video conferencing is a good option too. Some good Conference tools are

Steps

01

Complete the Commitment form by clicking here.

Please note: Devotees can start the mantra on any day right after completing the registration/commitment form without expecting any confirmation email.

02

Enter the count of daily chanting in the Tracker form by clicking here.

Update your count in the mantra count tracker form ONLY. Please do not post in the Telegram group. It will not be counted.

03

Join our Telegram group

We communicate and update devotees on the grand total and functions or announcements through this group.



If installing Telegram app for the first time per above points, register your phone number on Telegram app, so that the app is now active on your phone.

Now please send an email to mailtobhramari@gmail.com to join the our telegram group, with your full name, country code and phone number. We will then respond back with your special invite link to join our telegram group.

Click on the special invite link to join our telegram group.

As the Mantra chanting happens Globally, we shall update the Map to show the locations from where chanting is happening

Ladies can chant even during their periods time.

Devotees will need to do the mantra daily until we see a decrease in the Pandemic

If you are travelling or moving around please continue the parayanam (prayer) even if you are staying at a hotel.

Please visit our frequently asked questions (FAQ) page for clarifications before emailing the volunteers.

F.A.Q

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will I get an acknowledgement from the Volunteer team after my commitment/registration to the Varahi Mantra Chanting ?

    No.

    You will not get any acknowledgement from the Varahi Mantra Chanting core team but, Ambal’s blessings would definitely be there as soon as you start the Parayanam.

  • You can start your Chanting at your earliest convenience after you complete the registration/commitment form and listening to the Maha Sankalpam.

  • As per our culture, we always do our “Shudhi” ( Cleansing) before our poojas. So, taking bath is good. Exceptions can be done due to various factors viz., health, climate or something else. It is important to stay clean – both body and mind.

  • As per our culture, we sit cross legged (semi-padmashan) on the ground for our Parayanam. Considering the health, age & climate, we can sit on a chair/sofa, remove our shoes/slippers and sit straight & if possible sit cross legged (semi-padmashan) as well. There is no hard & fast rule for all of these, it is just Ambal/Amma/Thaayar/Ammavaru showing us our path through her benevolence which we understand through our complete surrender.

  • No.

    Maha Sankalpam should be listened (just listen and no need to repeat) just ONCE at the beginning/start of the parayanam, i.e. before chanting the 1st stotram. This Maha Sankalpam audio is uploaded in the website.

    Please note, there is NO NEED to do any individual Sankalpam. There is No Sankalpam document nor are we going to create one. Sankalpam will not be changed to match the day’s Thithi etc.

  • Should I keep a neivedhyam/prasadam everyday?

    “Yedha Sakthi”. Considering that we consider Amma/Thaayaar/Ammavaru as part of our family, we certainly would want her to have her food. Just keep fruits, few dry fruits or rice or milk & sugar .. these are just simple examples. You can do anything as per your sakthi – that is “Yadha Sakhi”.

  • No.

    You should not register the count on the Telegram Group. You can put down your count on the parayanam count tracker Google Form daily.

  • Yes.

    We have now modified our Google Form as per popular demand to accommodate this. The group can meet either daily or frequently and one person in the group can update the parayanam count tracker form just ONCE for the entire group.

  • Please be informed that once you press the “Submit” button on the form – it is submitted. Please do not be anxious to receive any acknowledgement. Please be assured that this is a tried & tested application by millions. So, it would be submitted – unless you receive a message otherwise. We have also enable automatic notifications but due to heavy internet traffic the notifications are missed sometimes.

  • As part of our community/Bhaktakotis, we would recommend that you please spread the word as follows

    a)Encourage your family and friends to participate in this Varahi Mantra Chanting
    b)Spread the word in social media like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare & appropriate elsewhere.
    c) If you know any temple priests or temple trust or committee members, then please forward the information to them and have them spread the word among the devotees.
    d)If you know of any Veda Paatasalaas in India, please share our website link with them and request them to participate and also share with other Veda Paatasalaas.
    e)Spread the word among any senior citizen homes in India
    f)Spread the word through organizations like Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Rashtriya Swayam Seva Sangh (RSS), etc
    g)Any other appropriate source we have not mentioned above.

    If in doubt, please do not hesitate to message privately to any of the volunteers. Also please direct the new Bhaktakotis to the website

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