The maha mrityunjay mantra is a maha mantra which is considered a boon to escape death and extreme illness. Maha mrityunjay mantra literally means 'Great death conquering mantra'. The mantra is addressed to tryambka i.e. the third eye one, Rudra (furious and most destructive avtar of Lord Shiva) and that is the reason this mantra is also known as Tryambka or Rudra mantra. The mantra finds its place in three Vedas namely, Rig-Veda, Yajur-veda and Atharva-veda.
The mantra is also mentioned in Shiva Purana. According to the Hindu mythology, Rishi Markendya was the only one who knew this mantra. Moon was once in trouble when cursed by King Daksha. Rishi Markendya then gave the mantra to Sati, daughter of King Daksha and consort of Lord Shiva, in order to revive moon to life. This mantra is also known as the 'reviver of the dead' as life restoring practice is one of the components of this mantra.
Maha Mrityunjay Mantra is considered extremely beneficial for mental, emotional and physical health as it bestows longetivity and immortality powers to the essayer. This mantra addresses Lord Shiva to ward off untimely death. Those who are in extreme illness and are consuming medicines are advised to arrange for the Maha Mrityunjay Mantra to be chanted by themselves, their relatives or any well versed purohit to ward off the evil eye and get restored to good health as soon as possible.
|| Om Trayambakam Yajamahe, Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam,
Urvarukmiv Bandhanat, Mrityurmokshaya Mamratat ||
|| WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS MAHAMANTRA ||
It is important to understand the meaning of the words as this makes the repetition meaningful and brings forth the results.
OM is not spelt out in the Rig-Veda, but has to be added to the beginning of all Mantras as given in an earlier Mantra of the Rig-Veda addressed to Ganapati.
TRYAMBAKKAM refers to the Three eyes of Lord Shiva. 'Trya' means 'Three' and Ambakam' means eyes. These three eyes or sources of enlightenment are the Trimurti or three primary deities, namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and the three 'AMBA' (also meaning Mother or Shakti' are Saraswati, Lakshmi and Gouri. Thus in this word, we are referring to God as Omniscient (Brahma), Omnipresent (Vishnu) and Omnipotent (Shiva). This is the wisdom of Brihaspati and is referred to as Sri Duttatreya having three heads of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
MRITYORMOOKSHEYA: means to deliver us from death (both premature deaths in this Physical world and from the never-ending cycle of deaths due to re-birth) for the sake of Mokshya (Nirvana or final emancipation from re-birth). MAAMRITAAT means 'please give me some Amritam (life rejuvenating nectar). Read with the previous word, it means that we are praying for some 'Amrit' to get out of the death inflicting diseases as well as the cycle of re-birth.
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