Sanskrit Chanting For Happiness and Prosperity

Amazing Sanskrit Chants with proper pronunciation, rhythm and meaning leading to happiness and prosperity.
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  • Lectures 23
  • Length 1 hour
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  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 5/2015 English

Course Description

Do you want to change your life? Do you want more happiness and bliss in your life?

We all are seeking happiness, prosperity and success in life. Bliss and happiness are showered when we are prayerful and grateful. Sanskrit Chants/ prayers have sound vibrations that uplift/ purify individual and collective consciousness and spread happiness.

Sanskrit is one of the most ancient languages in the world. It's still pure even now. There's a huge amount of research on the Sanskrit chants, pronunciations, sound vibrations, its frequencies and the effect they have on human body/ mind and overall environment.

There is a great amount of interest in Sanskrit all over the world. It's taught in several schools/ colleges and universities across the world.

In this course you will learn Sanskrit chants of Ganesha- you will learn how to chant with proper rhythm and pronunciation as well as meaning of the chants. I have provided downloadable files for your reference and practice.

So are you ready to learn something new and exciting? Are you willing to sincerely commit yourself on path to happiness and prosperity? Then, let's join this enriching journey...

What are the requirements?

  • Open mind and willingness to learn.
  • Discipline and commitment to practice chanting once learnt, on daily basis.
  • Dedication and patience :-)

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 23 lectures with duration over 56 minutes
  • Significance and benefits of Sanskrit chants
  • Sanskrit Chants in Devnagari and English scripts
  • Pronunciation and rhythm of Chants
  • Chant meaning explained in a simple way
  • Downloadable files of Chants, which can be referred for practice offline

What is the target audience?

  • People who want to be happy and successful
  • People who are willing to learn ancient secrets leading to happiness

What are the requirements?

  • Open mind and willingness to learn. Discipline and commitment to practice chanting once learnt, on daily basis. Dedication and patience :-)

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learn 3 Sanskrit chants: Ganesha Mantra, Ganesha Stotra and Atharvasheersha
  • Chant the 3 chants with exact pronunciation, sound and meaning
  • Get Happiness and Prosperity by chanting daily

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who is seeking Happiness and Prosperity
  • Anyone who is open and willing to learn ancient Sanskrit chants
  • Anyone who is committed and disciplined to incorporate chanting as a daily practice in his/ her life

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Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome and Intro to Sanskrit Chanting!
03:40

Hello all,

A very warm welcome to the course! We all are fortunate to learn chants in one of the most ancient and the purest languages in the world- Sanskrit! At the end of this lecture you will be able to learn:

1. Why Learn Sanskrit Chanting?

2. Who is Ganesha?

3. Benefits of learning Ganesha Chants

4. Ganesha Symbolism

Section 2: Ganesha Vandana Mantra Chanting
02:10

Learn how to chant Ganesha Vandana Mantra and know its meaning. You can download the Ganesha Vandana Chant and meaning.

Section 3: Ganesha Stotram Chanting
01:30

In this lecture you will learn the significance / benefits of chanting Ganesha Stotram. Sankata Nashan Ganesha Stotram is a powerful hymn.Lord Ganesha fulfills all desires and brings prosperity and happiness in life.

02:13

This is 1st verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
02:21

This is 2nd verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:57

This is 3rd verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
02:21

This is 4th verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:51

This is 5th verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:50

This is 6th verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:51

This is 7th verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:46

This is 8th verse of Ganesha Stotram. 1 verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
01:01

This is the end of Ganesha Stotram.

  1. The ending line is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for it.
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. You can now download the Ganesha Stotram Chant and meaning.
Section 4: Atharvashreesha Chanting
05:39
  • In this lecture you will learn the Atharvashreesha significance and benefits.
  • Atharvashersha is a prayer to Lord Ganesha, in which Ganesha is revered/ honored as the Supreme deity, the Trinity, the creator, protector and destroyer of the universe. He's the supreme consciousness, who is beyond all bodies, all states, time and space.
  • Reciting Atharvasheersha makes the worshipper free- both materially free of obstacles and spiritually free. The benefits include happiness, success, prosperity and good fortune along with spiritual upliftment. The recitation is also believed to sharpen the intellect and improve memory.
02:59

This is 1st shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
00:52

This is 2nd shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
02:53

This is 3rd shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
02:19

This is 4th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
02:45

This is 5th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. In this shloka/ verse, Sage/ Rishi Atharva describes Ganesha as the primordial sound "Om". He explains that the universe exists due to Ganesha and dissolves in Ganesha.
05:41

This is 6th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. In this shloka/ verse, Sage/ Rishi Atharva describes Ganesha's magnificent cosmic form, which is beyond human qualities, states, time and space. He describes Ganesha as all pervading Supreme Consciousness.
04:01

This is 7th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script.
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse.
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. After Describing the Characteristics & Cosmic Attributes Of Lord Ganesha, Atharva Rishi (Sage) gives us the Sacred "GANESH VIDYA" i.e. the Mantra which reveals the Sacred Form of Lord Ganesha. In ancient days, all knowledge used to be passed on orally. Hence, the sage describes how to chant the mantra in right manner.
01:10

This is 8th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. 8th Shloka or verse is also called as Ganesh Gayatri Mantra.
05:08

This is 9th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. "Saguna" form of Ganesha is described in this Shloka or verse.
02:27

This is 10th shloka/ verse of Atharvasheersha. 1 shloka/ verse forms 1 lecture. For each verse:

  1. The verse is shown in Devnagari script as well as in English script
  2. Meaning is provided for each verse
  3. Pronunciation and rhythm are of utmost importance in Sanskrit language. Different pronunciations and different rhythms have different sound vibrations and hence, it's critical that we get these right.
  4. You can now download the chant and meaning of Atharvasheersha,

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Instructor Biography

Akanksha Kulkarni, Happiness, Motivation, Creativity, Spirituality Coach

I have over 2700 students from 105 countries on Udemy.

I have over 21 years of diverse experience, in coaching/ training/ leading/ management/ strategic planning, creativity & innovation, stress management and happiness coaching in large corporations as well as on individual level. I have received several awards in the corporate world for institutionalizing innovation, handling big teams and leading complex programs. I have done MBA from one of the top B schools in India. I am also PMP certified.

I am a volunteer and teacher of one of the biggest NGOs- the Art of Living. I believe in making a difference/ dent in the world by spreading happiness and uplifting consciousness. I contribute regularly by coaching / training people.

I follow daily practices such as meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises) and Sanskrit chanting for overall happiness and prosperity.

I share my secrets and coach people in diverse areas through various offerings.

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