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Sankalp Mantra

Sankalp Mantra

Sankalp mantra means to achieve something despite any hurdles and facing any sort of troubles.

In the Indian culture, we respect our families very much, even to the extent that we pray for them.

Pujas and the religious ceremonies themselves are very important and auspicious before doing any type of work.

No prayer can be completed without the mantras and the Sankalp. Here we will discuss the Sankalp mantra and its vidhi. 

Sankalp mantra         

Sankalpa basically is the proposal in the Vedic way. Traditionally, before we perform any, we ought to take Sankalpa, which simply is the declaration to ourselves and the God within us.

Also, the Vedas establish the fact that our universe evolution is a Sankalpa of Lord Narayana.

But, if we look at it practically, it’s a one-pointed resolution to focus on one specific goal, both physically and psychologically.

It is here to refine the will and to bring focus and harmonize the mind and body. 

Sankalp Mantra Meaning:

In a real sense, Sankalpa implies taking the firm and ideal choice to achieve one specific work despite different hindrances, inconveniences to finish that covetous work.

Doing pooja is profoundly favorable according to Hindu Sanatana Dharma.

Sankalpam is a vow (guarantee) and letting God and holy people know. When we are doing the pooja. What mantra we will recite, what number of occasions we will recite, and what we need in lieu for our work.

It is originally taken from the Sanskrit language, which explains it as “San” means “Good” and “Kalpa” means “Saasthra or Veda”.

The word itself means that you are taking an oath or resolution or a solemn pledge, or you have an intention of doing something good.

In the religious ceremony ritual, Sankalpa is taken to achieve the purpose of the ceremony.  

Sankalp mantra kya hai?

Sankalp mantra is anything or a kind of resolution or oath you chant before the puja to show your will and desire.

Normally, there are different kinds of the Sankalp mantra for every type of puja whether you do it for yourself or someone else. 

Sankalp kyo liya jata hai?

Sankalp is often taken to avoid any of the negative feelings that are building inside our bodies.

It may seem illogical to many, but when you take a Sankalp, you often eradicate the intention of harming anyone and the desires you put forward are not going to harm anyone.

They will be in your best wishes but not affect anyone badly. 

Puja sankalp mantra in sanskrit 

Here are some of the puja Sankalp mantras with the transliteration of Sanskrit. 

Ganapathi Dhyanam:

Shuklam Baradaram Vishnum, Sasi Varnam Chatur Bhujam,

Prasanna Vadanan Dyayet, Sarva Vignoba Santhaye   

This puja sankalp mantra is the first sloka from vishnu sahasranama.


Om Bhoo… Om Bhuva … Ogum Suva… Om Maha… Om Jana … Om Thapa … Ogum Sathyam …

Om Tatsa vithur varenyam Bargo devasya dhi mahi dhiyo yona prachodayath

Om Apa … Jyothi rasa … Amrutham Brahma … Bhoorbuvasuvarom …

You have to touch the ears three times while saying Om, Om, Om.


Mamo Partha samastha durithakshaya dwara

It can help in the prevention and removal of all problems and pains in life.

Sri Parameshwara preethyartham, (or Sri Narayana Preethyartham – for Vaishnava) 

Generally, this is chanted for making Lord Parameshwara or Narayana happy.

Sri Parvathi Prasada sidhyartham, (the blessings and grace of Goddess Parvathi…

You can definitely change or add more gods/goddesses in place of Parvathi for making it more universal. 

Asmaham Sakudumbanam

You can use Asya Yajamanasya Sakudumbasya if you are doing it on behalf of another person, which is very common in the common brown households. 

shemasya, dhairyasya, dhairya, Vijaya, Ayur, arogya, ishwarya, abhivrithyartham

It gives us blessings and brings an increment in good life, courage, success, health, and wealth.

  • Now it’s time that you chose what desired results you expect from your Japa. Obviously, you can select as many as you want. 
  • Pathi vasikaranartham

This is often chanted for attracting and keeping the husband in control or hold. 

  • Ishta kamyartha sidhyartham

Chant this mantra for getting your wishes fulfilled.

  • Sakala Vigna Nivruthi Dwara Karya Sidhyartham

This mantra helps to remove the obstacles and make the attempt and target successfully.

  • Sakala Vyathi Nivruthyartham 

This is chanted for a healthy life and to remove all diseases.

  • Gnana vaapthyartham

It is very great for students and people who want to acquire knowledge.

  • Sakala vasikaranartham 

You can chant this mantra regularly for attracting desired things, including lovers.

  • Swaya haara Jaya vabyartham

People who are stuck in court cases can chant this mantra to win in court cases.

  • Abam ruthyu dosha nivru naartham

This is helpful when you have severe illnesses and surgeries. 

  • Dhana Dhaanya samruthyartham 

Often, this mantra is chanted to get dhanam (money) and dhanyam (materials).

  • Dharamartha kama moksha chathurvidha Phala purushartha sidhyartham

Basically, people chant this mantra to get dharma, desire, wealth, salvation.

  • Sakala san Mangala vapthyartha Aroogya druda gathratha sidhyartham 

It is best to chant regularly for a healthy body with all the blessings.

After this, you have to make sure that what mantra Japa you are going to perform.

  • Sri Swayamvaraparvathi maha mantra japam aham karishye (i am going to do swayamvaraparvathi japam)

Obviously, you can do changes according to your desires and needs like in this case, you can change the “swayamvaraparvathi” with other slokas.

When you are doing the sankalpa for others like, Gayatri Maha Mantra Japam Karishya, Sri Vishnu sahasranama Japam aham karishye or Sri Mahalakshmi astothra Japam aham karishye, etc, you can use what you want to put in place. 

Hanuman sankalp mantra:

Here is how you take the Sankalpa when you are doing Hanuman Pooja along with the mantra.

Firstly, after sitting for the puja, purify your right-hand palm, which you will later use for the puja.

Now, take the Ganga Jal into your right-hand palm through the pancha patra and clean the palm.

After this, take more water, flowers, and leaves in your palm and proceed to offer this Sankalpa mantra. 

Om Tatsat Adya Amuka Samvatsare Masottame, Amuka Tithau,

Amuka Vasare, Amuka Gotrotpannoaham Amuka Nama Adi…

Sarala Kamana Siddhyartham Shri Hanumatpujam Karishye

Durga Sankalp mantra

ॐ विष्णु र्विष्णु र्विष्णु:, ॐ अद्य ब्रह्मणोऽह्नि द्वितीय परार्धे श्री श्वेतवाराहकल्पे वैवस्वतमन्वन्तरे,अष्टाविंशतितमे कलियुगे, कलिप्रथम चरणे जम्बूद्वीपे भरतखण्डे भारतवर्षे पुण्य (अपने नगर/गांव का नाम लें) क्षेत्रे बौद्धावतारे वीर विक्रमादित्यनृपते : , तमेऽब्दे प्रमादी नाम संवत्सरे दक्षिणायने शरद ऋतो महामंगल्यप्रदे मासानां मासोत्तमे आश्विन मासे शुक्ल पक्षे प्रतिपदायां तिथौ शनि वासरे (गोत्र का नाम लें) गोत्रोत्पन्नोऽहं अमुकनामा (अपना नाम लें) सकलपापक्षयपूर्वकं सर्वारिष्ट शांतिनिमित्तं सर्वमंगलकामनया- श्रुतिस्मृत्योक्तफलप्राप्त्यर्थं मनेप्सित कार्य सिद्धयर्थं श्री दुर्गा पूजनं च अहं करिष्ये। तत्पूर्वागंत्वेन निर्विघ्नतापूर्वक कार्य सिद्धयर्थं यथामिलितोपचारे गणपति पूजनं करिष्ये।

This is the Durga Puja mantra in Hindi, but you should keep in mind that the pronunciation of every word is very necessary. 

Hawan Sankalp mantra

ॐ विष्णुर्विष्णुर्विष्णु:, ॐ अद्य ब्रह्मणोऽह्नि द्वितीय परार्धे श्री श्वेतवाराहकल्पे वैवस्वतमन्वन्तरे, अष्टाविंशतितमे कलियुगे, कलिप्रथम चरणे जम्बूद्वीपे भरतखण्डे भारतवर्षे पुण्य (अपने नगर/गांव का नाम लें) क्षेत्रे बौद्धावतारे वीर विक्रमादित्यनृपते : 2071, तमेऽब्दे प्लवंग नाम संवत्सरे दक्षिणायने ……. ऋतो महामंगल्यप्रदे मासानां मासोत्तमे ……. मासे …… पक्षे …….. तिथौ ……. वासरे (गोत्र का नाम लें) गोत्रोत्पन्नोऽहं अमुकनामा (अपना नाम लें) सकलपापक्षयपूर्वकं सर्वारिष्ट शांतिनिमित्तं सर्वमंगलकामनया- श्रुतिस्मृत्योक्तफलप्राप्त्यर्थं मनेप्सित कार्य सिद्धयर्थं श्री ……….. (जिस देवी.देवता की पूजा कर रहे हैं उनका नाम ले)पूजनं च अहं क​रिष्ये। तत्पूर्वागंत्वेन ​निर्विघ्नतापूर्वक कार्य ​सिद्धयर्थं यथा​मिलितोपचारे गणप​ति पूजनं क​रिष्ये।

Taking the oath and resolution is necessary before starting the havan, hence you should keep in mind that you are pronouncing each word correctly and not missing anything. 


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