In Buddhism, Manjushri’s ultimate wisdom mantra is famous for its cognitive and meditative benefits. His mantra is the highest expression of ultimate wisdom, or prajna.
Listen or chant along with the Sanskrit version of his mantra — famous for cultivating wisdom, chanted beautifully by Hrishikesh Sonar with beautiful meditative images. On the last recitation, the syllable Dhi is repeated over and over.
Om Ah Ra Pa Cha Na Dhi
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