Omkaraya Namo Namaha - Chants of India





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Published on Jun 27, 2010

This video is a humble offering at the feet of our Supreme Lord.

Omkaram Bindu Samyuktham Nithyam Dhyayanthi Yoginaha
Kamadham Mokshadham Chaiva Omkaraya Namo Namaha

Salutations and salutations to letter "om",
Which is meditated as a letter Om with a dot,
Daily by great sages,
And leads them to fulfillment of desires,
And attainment of salvation.

Omkara -- the syllable OM
Bindu -- point, spot (the mystical source of creation)
Samyukta -- united, joined
Nitya -- constantly dwelling on
Dhyan -- meditation
Yogi -- practitioner of yoga
Kama -- desire, pleasure enjoyment
Moksha -- liberation, release, freedom from
Dham -- (at the end of comp.) to give, to grant
Cha -- and, both
Eva -- indeed, truly, certainly
Namaha -- I bow, salutations to

The Yogis always meditate upon the Omkar with the great devotion and meditation. We bow down to the eternal One who grants us our desires and gives us liberation.Om is a sound symbol of God. The Bindu represented by the individualized living being is united with the Universal Paramatma represented by the formless Om.
The yogis concentrate on this eternal relationship.

Om chant performed by Ravi Shanker, produced by the late George Harrison.
Album: Chants of India

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