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Hinduism And Mantras

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Mantras, slokas, strotras, and prayers are an integral aspect of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. They play an important role in the ritual worship as well as spiritual practices. The Mantras are incantations having the power to transform the individuals who use them for their spiritual as well as material advancement. They are also used as aids in meditation and concentration. The mantras have specific rhythm and if chanted properly can produce powerful vibrations. Following are some of the websites on mantras, slokas, prayers and devotional music.

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