Amogha Shiva kavachamअमोघशिवकवचम् అమోఘశివకవచమ్ அமோகஶிவகவசம் ಅಮೋಘಶಿವಕವಚಮ್ અમોઘશિવકવચમ્ অমোঘশিবকবচম্ ଅମୋଘଶିଵକଵଚମ୍ അമോഘശിവകവചമ്

Stotram Info:

Author : UnKnown
Deity : Shiva
Source : Skanda Puranam
Stotram Type : Kavacham

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Sample text lyrics in English:

amoghashivakavacham

{|| amoghashivakavacham ||}
The amogha shivakavacha stotra
is found in the skandapurANa. It is believed that chanting of
these mantras everyday gets rid of the negative energy that affects
the human body and protects the body and soul. The kavach is peculiar
in the sense that it uses words like hum, vauShaT, vaShaT, and
phaT which have no real meaning in the Sanskrit language but are
used to produce particular sound waves. This practice is found more
often in the skandapurAN than in any other ancient Sanskrit
literature. Usually Vedic mantras have meaning.
The kavach uses the procedure called nyAsa , which involves
invoking particular deities to protect particular parts of the human
body. The practice of nyAsa is prevalent since ancient times and
occurs in many Sanskrit rituals in different forms.
It is believed by some that the skandapuraNa is mystical and involves
many aspects, which are followed by those who follow yAtudhAna
(black magic) or the tantriks of shAkta pantha |

|| atha amoghashivakavacham ||
|| RRiShyAdinyAsaH ||
OM brahmaRRiShaye namaH shirasi | anuShTup Chandase namaH, mukhe |