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Christocentric Satsang: Mahamantra

Author: TriEak Parmeshwar Mandali
Date: 09.06.2010
Category: World Faiths, Diasporas, Unreached People Groups

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Originally Posted in English

Here is a very simple mantra that is spoken atonally. With a simple message, this easy-to-learn mantra is appealing to many followers of Jesus from Nepali or Indian cultural contexts.  I recommend chanting this mantra corporately in unison

I have provided below written forms of this mantra in Sanskrit followed by Nepali and English translations (Devanagari and Romanized).

f=,d ijes’oj egkea=

TriEak Parmeshwar Mahamantra


gjs firk gjs firk ] firk firk gjs gjs

gjs iq= gjs iq= ] iq= iq= gjs gjs

gjs vkRek gjs vkRek ] vkRek vkRek gjs gjs

f=,d ijes’oj gjs gjs ] f=,d ijes’oj gjs gjs A

Romanized Sanskrit:

Hare Pita, hare Pita, Pita, Pita, Hare, Hare

Hare Putra, Hare Putra, Putra, Putra, Hare, Hare

Hare Atma, Hare Atma, Atma, Atma, Hare, Hare

TriEak Parmeshwar Hare, Hare

TriEak Parmeshwar Hare, Hare

Romanized Nepali:

Hamra paap utailaijaane Pita,

Hamra paap utailaijaane Putra,

Hamra paap utailaijaane Pavitra Atma,

Hamra paap utailaijaane TriEak Parmeshwar

English Translation:

Father, who takes away sins,

Son, who takes away sins,

Spirit, who takes away sins,

Triune God, who takes away sins.

These chants have been taken from the booklet “Christocentric Satsang”,compiled by Anil Yesudas. “Christocentric Satsang” contains chants in Sanskrit, with translations in Hindi and English. These booklets are available through the website

For the sake of our Nepali and Bhutanese friends, in this blog, I have added translations in Nepali.

Keywords: contextualization, hinduism, hindus, nepalis, bhutanese, refugees

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