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(Teaching For The Basic Knowledge of Jainism)

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NAMOKAR MANTRA

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NAMO

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NAMO

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NAMO

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NAMO

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NAMO .

ARIHANTANAM

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SIDDHANAM

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AYARIYANAM

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UVAJJHAYANAM

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LOE SAVVASAHUNAM

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1. Bow to the Semi-Salvated Souls (Arhants).

3. Bow to the Preceptors (Acharyas).

4. Bow to the Spiritual Teachers ( Upadhyayas).

5. Bow to all the Saints (Sadhus) of the World.

In the above holy verse we have bowed our head to the Semi-Salvated Souls, Liberated

Souls, Preceptors, Spiritual Teachers and Saints. We should worship all these five Supreme Spiritual Guides (Panch Permeshthees). This Mantra is having 35 letters and 58 Matras. The chalisa of Namokar Mantra is also

available, you should recite that also.

IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT THE LESSON

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Religious Gentlemen! Poojya Ganini Pramukh Aryika Shri Gyanmati Mataji wrote Bal Vikas Books in 1974.

These books are very useful for everyone for knowing the fundamentals of Jainism. There are four parts of Bal Vikas. I want to teach all of you from the book of Bal Vikas part-1. This book begins with Namokar Mantra, which is eternal and is the mother of all of the Mantras.

Firstly, you should understand its correct pronunciation then it will save you like a Mother and

you will get victory in all adverse conditions by reciting this Mantra. You should recite it nine times every morning, when you wake up and also in the night, when

you go to the bed. Thus, the whole day of you will be very fruitful and auspicious. You will also see good dreams in the night. After this you will know about the greatness of Namokar Mantra by the means of a story in

the next lesson.

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