Navratri Mantra

Navratri is a festival to celebrate the divine and powerful female energy of the Universe in the form of three Goddesses — Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Durga is the bestower of courage and confidence, Lakshmi blesses you with wealth and prosperity and Saraswati is the eye-opener of your wisdom and creativity.

The mantra is a Vedic hymn or a sacred syllable sung in praise of the Lord and empowers your mind, body, and soul. Any Pooja in Hindu religion is not complete without singing Hymns or chanting Mantras in praise of the Lord. Navratri too has its own special set of Mantras to invoke the Universal Mother and seek her eternal blessings.

Here are few of the important Mantras to be recited:

Navratri Mantra


This is one of the most important Mantras to be chanted during Navratri to surrender to Devi completely and receive the blessing of auspiciousness.

Yadevisarvabhuteshu, shanti rupensansitha
Yadevisarvabhuteshu, shaktirupensansthita
Yadevisarvabhuteshu, matrarupensansthita
Namastasyai, namastasyai, namastasyai, namonamaha!

This is yet another powerful Mantra which means worshipping the Universal Mother as a personification of eternal power and peace.

Om SharanaagataDeenaarthaparitraanaparaayaney

This Mantra is believed to break all the obstacles and hurdles that may fall on your way of accomplishing your goals.

Chanting these powerful Mantras fills your living space with the Mother’s presence and pleases her to shower her blessings upon you and your loved ones.