Maha Mrtyunjaya Mantra – Episode 2

The Manorama Podcast: Episode 2

Maha Mrtyunjaya Mantra With Manorama

 Manorama shares what the Mahā Mrtuñjaya Mantra is. She speaks about how it’s an upanishadic verse. She speaks about Tryambakam, which means three-eyed one, which is Lord Shiva.

Manorama guides the student in a deeper connection with his/her breath as it relates with the Sanskrit chanting.


Call & Response

Mahā Mrtuñjaya Mantra



Tryambakam Yajāmahe        Sugandhim Pushti-Vardhanam

Ūrvārukam Iva Bandhanān   Mrtyor Mukshīya Māmrtāt


We worship Lord Shiva, the three-eyed one, who is fragrant and who nourishes all beings.

Please release me, just as a cucumber is released (from its stalk) when it’s ready. But you must not release me from the nectar of existence.

Translation by Manorama


Manorama gives commentary about the verse. She also shares when you can use this mantra.

Manorama shares a Luminous Soul Guided Meditation based on the Mahā Mrtuñjaya Mantra.


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