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It's Time to Chant and Listen to the Mantra of Lord Varaha


This is the Varaha Gayatri dedicated to the Varaha Avatar of Lord Vishnu. Varaha came to help Mother Earth in Her time of need. By Chanting and listening to this mantra 108 times, we help to create a positive frequency and vibration that Mother Earth is Familiar with and helps her to feel safe and calm. I have been guided to share this with the upmost importance and focus on spreading this mantra far and wide. Now is the time to listen to it as much as possible for the Earth wants to shake and tremble.

Om Bhoo Rakshakaya Vidmahe

Sri Kaaraya Dheemahi

Tanno Varaha Prachodayat

This Mantra was given in meditation to my Guru Sri Sai Manju and needs to be chanted continuously by as many people as possible to help protect the earth from any more calamities and to help our mother earth to feel loved and embraced by the creator and her children.

Varaha (Sanskrit: वराह) is the third Avatar of the Hindu Godhead Vishnu, in the form of a Boar. He appeared in order to defeat Hiranyaksha, a demon who had taken the Earth (Prithvi) and carried it to the bottom of what is described as the cosmic ocean in the story. The battle between Varaha and Hiranyaksha is believed to have lasted for a thousand years, which the former finally won. Varaha carried the Earth out of the ocean between his tusks and restored it to its place in the universe. Vishnu married Prithvi (Bhudevi) in this avatar.

Varaha is depicted in art as either purely animal or as being anthropomorphic, having a boar's head on a man's body. In the latter form he has four arms, two of which hold the wheel and conch-shell while the other two hold a mace, sword or lotus or make a gesture (or "mudra") of blessing. The Earth is held between the boar's tusks.

The avatar symbolizes the resurrection of the Earth from a pralaya (deluge) and the establishment of a new kalpa (cosmic cycle).