Overview for Mahakali Mantra
Mantra is a Sanskrit word consisting of the root man "manas or mind" and the suffix tra meaning. tool. hence a literal translation would be "mind tool". Mantras are interpreted to be effective as sound (vibration), to the effect that great emphasis is put on correct pronunciation (resulting in an early development of a science of phonetics in India). They are intended to deliver the mind from illusion and material inclinations.Chanting is the process of repeating a mantra.
Om Jayanti Mangala Kali Bhadrakali Kapalini
Durga Kshama Shiva Dhatri Shwaha Shwadha Namoustre Maha Kali is the fiercest form of Shakti or Durga, in the Hindu religion. Goddess Kali is the destroyer of evil. But Kali is also a compassionate mother who loves her sincere children. Kali is usually worshipped by tantriks to achieve "siddhis". Kali is the slayer of ego as well. Maha Kali Mantra forms part of the prayers offered to the goddess. Goddess Kali Mantra or Mantras for Maa Kaali are given below:
"'Atha Kalimantraye Sadyovaksiddhiprapyivan
Aravitairyah Sarvestam Prapnuvanti Jana Bhuvih"
Evam Sanchintayetalim Shamasanalayasinim"
"Kreem Kreem Kreem Hreem Hreem Hoom Hoom Dakshine Kalike
Kreem Kreem Kreem Hreem Hreem Hoom Hoom Swaha".