Pancha- tattva mantra is one of the main mantras in the Gaudiya Vaisnava tradition of Hinduism . It consists of the names of the five forms of God in the Panca-tattva . Often chanted in bhajans or kirtanas and used in individual meditation ( japa ). Typically, this mantra is chanted or chanted before chanting the Hare Krsna mantra . The followers of Gaudiya Vaishnavism believe that this is the most spiritually powerful and gracious mantra available in the present era of Kali-yuga .
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Pancha Tattva Mantra in popular culture
- Spanish rock band Undrop performed the Pancha Tattva Mantra in their hit “Train” from the album “The Crossing” (1998).
- The American group Shelter used the Pancha Tattva Mantra in their song “Message of the Bhagavat” from the album “ Mantra ”.
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