About Us

In today’s day and age, lot of people face problems, which they do not feel the share with others and also feel depressed about it. Also due to increased online interactions, face to face interactions have greatly reduced.

People are struggling with their career, their relationships, their marriage their business, with no practical reasons appearing. People blame on their luck for all these problems, and feel depressed not seeing a way out of their misery.

We at Maha Mantra Healing believe in proven solutions based on extensive knowledge of Astrology with Ancient mantras and revealing secrets of your Kundli.

Maha Mantra Healing

Scientific Benefits of Mantra Meditation


Reduce stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms


Foster feelings of social cohesion


Improve attention & enhance positive mood

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Maha Mantra Healing

Origins of Mantras

"Mantras have a rich history in some of the most ancient cultures of the world, At their core, they harness the inexplicable, inseparable human connection to sound."

Mantra meditation has long been used to increase awareness of the self in the present moment and enhance personal and spiritual growth. Mantras may also help reduce stress and promote relaxation. Some proponents believe they can aid on the journey toward self-realization.

The sounds of a typical mantra have been purposefully composed to produce a certain effect on the mind and the body. That’s why people can feel instantly calm, grounded, and disconnected from negativity with the help of a mantra,

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The Sacred Medicine of Sound

Sound is sacred. Sound is powerful. It connects us, heals us and expands our hearts. Mantra chanting opens us up to sound on another level and has an enigmatic transformative power. It is an ancient key for unlocking the mysteries of the entire universe.

Mantra has been described as a sacred utterance, or numinous sound. The earliest mantras took birth in India over 3,000 years ago and were composed in Vedic Sanskrit.

World-renowned musicians and chant masters, Deva Premal and Miten describe mantras as energetic sound formulas. According to them, mantras are a bridge to something that slows us down and puts everything into perspective. They believe that the way out of today’s troubles is to go within, and so they travel the world sharing the medicine of mantra.

The mantras that we chant are in Sanskrit–a sacred language of ancient India that is no longer spoken. The mantras were created by the rishis (wise ones) as paths to awareness, using the power of particular sounds to create specific energy responses.


The Way Out is In


Chanting mantras has the power to transform mind, body, and spirit. Kurshed Batliwala, author, speaker and senior teacher with the Art of Living Foundation, says the technical definition of mantra means ‘that which uplifts the mind.’ He says mantra affects our inner consciousness and our physical body and creates a state of connection and joy.

It’s something very beautiful, the mantra is basically sound. There are five elements; earth, water, fire, air and space. Mantra comes in space. The other four elements are associated with the senses. All the other elements are encompassed in space. So mantra is something that can affect and perhaps actually control all the elements. Mantra can actually even control and affect your body and mind. That is what is really fascinating about mantras.


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The Meeting of Science and Mantra

Today, all over the world, people are waking up to the power of mantra. With the massive growth in yoga in the West, and all the healing wisdom it has to offer, many people are embracing mantra chanting, kirtan, and meditation.


The ancient mantras are needed today more than ever in our busy, stressful lives, and are bringing healing, a sense of belonging, oneness, and community to people all over the world.

Mantra can be easily picked up, and singing along to a favourite mantra track is a good way to learn the correct pronunciation and to familiarise yourself with a particular mantra.