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7 Most Beneficial Jain Mantras for Everyone

The 7 Jain Mantras that have been described in this article are considered to be the most potent and beneficial Mantras for getting all kinds of benefits, like peace of mind, a gain of intelligence and knowledge, unexpected wealth, and every kind of joy and happiness.
Most Powerful Jain Mantras

1]Jain Chaturakshari Mantra: Chanting this Char Akshar or Four Syllables Mantra 400 times gives many kinds of benefits to the Chanter.

|| अरिहंत ||
|| Arihant ||

2] Jain Panchakshari Mantra: The chanting of this Panch Akshar or Five Syllables Mantra 500 times gives immense joy, happiness, and satisfaction to the chanter of the Mantra.

|| अ सि आ उ सा ||
|| Aa Si Aaa Ua Saa ||

3] Jain Shadakshari Mantra: Chanting this Che Akshar or Six Syllables Mantra 300 times daily is extremely auspicious and it gives all kinds of material and mental benefits, including money and love to the chanter of the Mantra.

|| अरिहंत सिद्धि ||
|| Arihant Siddhi ||

4] Jain Saptakshari Mantra: This Saat Akshar or Seven Syllables Mantra is most beneficial for the illumination of the mind and getting all kinds of knowledge, including divine knowledge.

|| ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं अर्हं नमः ||
|| Om Hreem Shreem Arham Namah ||

5] Jain Navakshari Mantra: The Nau Akshar or Nine Syllables Mantra should be chanted 1100 times to find extreme peace and make the mind calm.

|| ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं अर्हं नमः क्षीं स्वाहा ||
|| Om Hreem Shreem Arham Namah Ksheem Swaha ||

6] Chaturdashakshari Mantra: The Fourteen Syllables Mantra should be chanted every day for the desired gain of knowledge and intelligence.

|| ॐ ह्रीं अर्हं णमो अरिहंताणं ह्रीं नमः ||
|| Om Hreem Arham Namoh Arihantaanam Namah||

7] Panchadashakshari Mantra: The Fifteen Syllables Jain Mantra is also called Panch Parmeshthi or Guru Panchak. Chanting this Mantra 200 times gives the same benefits as Upwas or Fasting. The chanter can also get sudden or unexpected wealth or treasure after the completion of 10, 000 thousand Mantra Chants.

|| ॐ अरिहंत सिद्धि सयोगी केवली स्वाहा ||
|| Om Arihant Siddhi Sayogi Kevali Swaha ||


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