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Mantra isn't just the word, however the set of word, its intonation and meaning. Any of these independently does not qualify to be referred to as mantra. It is stated that the phrase together with its intonation is mantra (sa swaro mantraah), whereas the identical word when not accompanied by its intonation is for contemplation of the that means alone.

Thus usually it's not the textual content/word used however the approach that differentiates the character of worship. Broadly, there are three approaches - bhava, tatva cintana and mantra.

In Bhakti marga Nama mantras, slokas and stotras (a collection of slokas in praise of the Devata) are used for worship. The object of worship is usually the devata, and object of meditation is normally the form, qualities and glories of devata. The stuti or nama is used as the symbol of devata. While mantra vidya is dhvani pradhana, these are bhava pradhana, which means devotion is all important in them. It's good to chant them without errors, however errors in pronunciation or intonation will not be dangerous as they are in mantra vidya.

In Mantra marga Mantras, slokas, suktas are used for worship. This includes follow of chanting, uniting one’s consciousness with the sound. The mantras can be beejas, nama mantras, parts of or complete suktas. While mantras and suktas are used primarily in mantra marga, slokas additionally get the standing of mantras. As an illustration each verse of the Candi Saptasati of Markandeya Purana is used as a mantra in Candi Yaga. The slokas of Saundaryalahari are also used as mantras. Apart from, the person names in stotras are organized as a sequence of nama mantras (called namavali) for worship. Namavali is one of the popularly practiced norms. Thus while reading the same stotra.

In Jnana marga, the which means of mantra is contemplated on, by way of which the nature (tatva) of the mantra/devata, and finally the thing of non secular philosophy is realized. The mantras utilized in jnana marga are usually the nishkala or mahavakyas (four mantras taken from every of the 4 Vedas which might be stated to contain their essence).