The Sanskrit term “Gayatri Mantra” denotes the guaranteed protection to those who think of it, sound it by uttering and meditate upon it. It is in essence; a mystical metrical composition of rhythmic syllables intended to produce an order of sound or tune, consistently with the invocatory process of incantation enshrined in it. The order of sound and its repetition has a primary and a greater value than the actual meaning of the ideas in it. Gayatri is only the name of meter in which many of the Rig Vedic Mantras are couched. A part from the popular Brahma Mantra or; Savitaa Gayatri’ here are some excellent collections; some of them are rare, excelling in their efficacy and potency; in the display of extra-ordinary mystic and miraculous powers. P.S. Raghuraman, K.Maloakannan, P.Jagadeesa Bhatt, K.Sivarajan, and a host of others have recited these in a traditional manner with the academic touch under the guidance of Dr.R.Thiagarajan with the help of the Music Director Mr.V.R.Manikkavinayagam.
This DVD contains the gayatri mantra of various deities viz, Ajapa, Ganapathi, Shanmukha, Saastha, Rudra, Vishnu, Lakshmi, Hayagriva, Varahi, Narasimha, Sita Rama Lakshman, Radha Krishna, Srinivasa, Brahma, Hamsa, Durga Neela Dakshinamurthy Dhara Devi Aghora Ghora Kaali Buhvaneswari Nandi Sundarshana, Vishvakesena Garuda, Anjaneya, Sarabha Mantra, Tantra Yantra Indrakshi Sankha, Navagrahas Kameswari Bhagamalini, Nithyakalina, Bherunda, Vanhivasini, Vajreswari, Shivadooti, Twaritaa, Kulasundari, Nitya, Neelapataaka, Vijaya, Sarvamangala, Jvaalamaalini Chitra, Saraswathi Gowri Mahadurga, Deepadurga Shiva , Parvati, Hari Vamaana, Shrada, Shakti, Chandeswara Bilva, Indra, Parasurama sheela, Bhairva, Vrushaba,Kaala, Panchabhuta, Shanka Gopala, Narayana, Dattatreya, Chandi Paramahamsa, Thulasi, Annapoorna, Tirupurasundari Chinnamastha Dhoomavathi Bagalaamukhi Maatangi, Mahishasura mardhini, Jayadurga, Soolini, Chandesha, baalatriupura, Shuaamala, Kaartaveerya, Shiva, Saptamthrukaas, Mahamaari, Vaaghobhava, Amriteswari, Pranva, Danti Kamadhenu, Lokapaalas and so on. Mrutyunjaya, Mrita Sanjivani, Amrita Sanjivani Stotras are also included here.