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Om Namah Shivay - 108 times


Single Track 15'

Published worldwide by Manish Vyas ©  and  ℗ 2024


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OM Namah Shivay

ॐ नमः शिवाय

"O salutations to the auspicious One!"


 In India, people have been chanting this mantra for thousands of years. "Om Namah Shivay" is one of the most powerful mantras from the ancient Sanatan Dharma.

“Na-Ma Shi-Va-Ya” are called panchaksharas or five syllables. – Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space - corresponding to the five main centers in the human system. The Mantra leads the mind to silence, where one can access Shiva: consciousness, strength, stillness, pure "being."

A mantra that purifies our system and helps bring meditativeness.


Om Namah Shivay, known as the “Maha Mantra” is a very powerful arrangement of sounds which forms an integral part of an earnest practitioner's sadhana and a devotee of the greatest Shiva.

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Blue Flowers


Om Hum Ma Ma Hum Ni Swaha

108 times


Single Track 15'

Published worldwide by Manish Vyas ©  and  ℗ 2024


Om Hum Mama Hum Ni Swaha

OM Hum Ma ma Hum Ni Swaha

ॐ हूँ मम हूँ नि स्वाहा

Sitatapatra Tārā, feminine energy protector against danger.

A powerful protective mantra for Goddess Sitātapatrā (Sanskrit सितातपत्र )or Goddess Dukkar in Tibet, suitable for everyone. The feminine power and protective energy (Shakti) born in the Sanatan Dharma (Hindu Dharma) and later went also into the tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. Sitātapatrā is an ultimate protective Bodhisattva Goddess, who dispels evil spirits - she is the undefeatable One.

Sitātapatrā is the 'Goddess of the White Parasol or umbrella.Her mantra is said to repel negative interferences and purify negative defilements.


Sitātapatrā protects from all harm, including supernatural threatsillness, dispelling interferences, spirit possession, quelling disasters. This practice is very good if one encounters harmful spirits and black magic. She bestows upon us great blessings and protection, bringing auspiciousness.

Sitātapatrā is also very helpful for spirit disturbances, certain types of harms, wrongful court cases and general well being. A powerful practice everyone should do from time to time to restore harmony, protection and safety from supernatural interferences, and release fear.

In Sanskrit her name means Sita, “white” and ātapatrā, or "umbrella." Her name literally means White Parasol Bodhisattva (white umbrella deity.) An umbrella which is a symbol of the Buddha’s universal mantle of protective power. Dukkar or Sitātapatrā is regarded as a female counterpart to Avalokitesvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.

According to ancient traditions, Dukkar’s special activity is pacifying black spells which can cause harm to beings. It is very effective for purifying the karma of being wrongly accused in arguments or legal cases. All these threats are dispelled by her power, which is like a diamond sword. Dukkar protects practitioners and helps them avoid obstacles.


It is very good to print out a picture of Dukkar and have it consecrated (blessed) to hang in the house, office or area of disturbance.

Dukkar or Sitātapatrā is a fully enlightened Buddha.

Sitātapatrā is the ultimate protective form of Mother Tara. The most commonly depicted form of Dukkar has 1,000 heads, 1,000 arms, 1,000 legs and thousands of eyes that oversee sentient beings. With her two central hands, she holds a Dharma wheel and a white parasol from which she takes the name. In her other hands she holds a multitude of various weapons. Her skin is radiant and her body is adorned with the various accoutrements of a bodhisattva.

The Buddha announced her the role to “cut malignant demons, to cut spells of others, to turn aside enemies, dangers and hatred.“ Her benign and beautiful form belies her ferocity, as she is a “fierce, terrifying goddess, garlanded by flames, a destroyer of enemies and demons.“


Her sutra and mantra emanate from the Buddha’s unisha (top most part of Buddha’s head.)

About the Goddess and Mantra related to Astrology / Feng Shui

Starting  2024 there are significant shifts in the world's energies due to the astrological period change from 8 to 9 (each period lasts 20 years) which began on 4 February 2024 with the year of the dragon.

In Feng Shui, the "Five Yellow" astrological position is one of the most feared afflictions, which may cause all kinds of obstacles to manifest, disrupting plans and bringing misfortune, heartache and loss. Each year the Five-yellow moves to a different location (you check the astrological positions.) According to Feng Shui experts, this year it is believed that "the White Umbrella Goddess" will bring peace and protection against harms of the five yellow. The Goddess manifests her power with her thousand heads, arms and legs; it is believed that just 'viewing' her mantra protects against illness, disasters and spiritual harm, as well as bringing great auspiciousness. A time when the world’s energies go through such big change, there is nothing like invoking the blessings of the White Umbrella Goddess.



It is suggested to place a painting or statue of the goddess Sitātapatrā in the home, displaying the mantra, and play this mantra regularly while burning an incense and invoking her protection with faith and devotion.

Chant her mantra  – “Hum Mama Hum Ni Swaha” or play this recorded Mantra (108 times) on a daily basis.

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Hanuman Mantra


Single Track 6'

Published worldwide by Manish Vyas ©  and  ℗ 2023

Hanuman Mantra by Manish Vyas


ॐ हं हनुमते नमः | OM Ham Hanumate Namah


A powerful mantra for determination and success. Chanting this mantra with faith in Hanuman and total devotion and trust is said to remove obstacles and problems in life.  It gives physical power, stamina, strength to fight.

Hanuman is very simple, compassionate, strong, perseverant, courageous; a reincarnation of Shiva and the greatest devotee of Ram. He is the symbol of devotion, dedication and determination. The god of strength, courage, loyalty. He bestows his blessings upon all devotees who worship him with deep faith and trust.

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Tropical Flower

Sai Dayalam


Single Track 4'40

released 31.5.23

Published worldwide by Manish Vyas ©  and  ℗ 2023

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Sai Dayālam

Sai Kripālam

Sai Anant

Triguna Swarupam

Namo Sai-nātham

Namo Sai-nātham

Namo Sai-nātham

Namo Sai-nātham

Vocals, Keyboards: Manish Vyas

Bansuri flute: Milind Date

Sai Baba promised that his blessings will always be with his followers, and true to his words, it is believed that those who pray with devotion to Him are never to see misfortunes in life. Sai always showers his blessings and kindness to his devotees. "Sai Dayalam" is a peaceful prayer for the compassionate and loving Saint, Sai Baba of Shirdi.

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Shirdi Sai Baba (~1838/42-1918) was a very unique Avatar of God; a realized saint who knew his oneness with God. 

Sai Baba did not put any of his teachings in writing; he never gave any discourses; however, his life and sayings have been kept by his followers.

Sai Baba often hinted that he did not come to teach, but to awaken.

“I never forsake anyone who relies on me.  If you cast your burden on me, I will bear it.   My eye is ever on those who love me.”

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Tvameva Mata Mantra


Single Track 5'52

Published worldwide by Manish Vyas ©  and  ℗ 2017

Mantra Tvameva Mata for protection


Tvameva Mata Ch Pita Tvameva

A mantra for light, protection, inspiration and connection to the Supreme source of wisdom.

This mantra is usually recited at the conclusion of a prayer session, spiritual practice or meditation, when one surrenders his or her individuality to the Lord for his Grace.

The mantra Twameva is one of the most beloved Hindu mantras; it comes from verses spoken by Queen Gandhari to Krishna. It is widely chanted by those seeking true wisdom within. Found also briefly in the song Vande Gurudev, from the album Sahaj Atma.


This amazing mantra comes from the Pandava Gita, a stotra (long verses) collection of exquisite beautiful verses meant for devotional recitation. It is an anonymously compiled collection of verses from several ancient sacred Hindu texts (Mahabharata, Bhagavata, Vishnu Purana). It is also called 'the song of surrender' as the overarching theme of this sacred hymn is complete surrender to the divine.

Its verses are widely chanted by those seeking to experience the wisdom said to be contained therein.

With great positive thoughts, divine thoughts, pure thoughts, our mind can get purified.


Tvameva Mata Ch Pita Tvameva |
Tvameva Bandhush-Ca Sakha Tvameva |
Tvameva Vidyaa Dravinnam Tvameva |
Tvameva Sarvam Mam Deva Deva ||


O God
You are my mother, my father, my brother, and my friend
You are my knowledge and my only wealth
You are everything to me and the God of all Gods


Duration 5'52

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