Which Mantra Should One Chant to Attain the Supreme Being?


Throughout history, various spiritual traditions have emphasised the pursuit of a higher reality or union with the Divine. In Hinduism, chanting mantras plays a significant role on this path. This article explores the question ‘Which mantra is most effective for attaining the Supreme Being?’ For the answer, we'll delve into the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and the perspective of Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj. The insights are based on the given YouTube video by Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj.

The Power of Mantras

Hinduism utilises a rich variety of mantras, such as 'Om', 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna', 'Om Tat Sat', and others. While some mantras may invoke specific deities or bring material benefits, the path to the Supreme Being is believed to be accessible through a specific mantra and not by the above mantras.

The Bhagavad Gita's Perspective

The Bhagavad Gita, a foundational text of Hinduism, offers guidance on the ideal mantra for spiritual liberation. Here are some key verses interpreted according video presented:

  • Chapter 8, Verse 13: ‘Kaal God is saying that in that there is only one word Om/ॐ for me i.e. Brahm, which has to be chanted for doing sumiran. A devotee who while doing sumiran-sadhna unto last breath, gives up his body, he attains the supreme state i.e. salvation.’
  • Chapter 7, Verse 18: Geeta knowledge giver, Brahm says that “Because in my opinion all these learned souls are noble, but that soul engrossed only in me is dependent only on my very bad salvation.”
  • Chapter 4, Verses 5 & 9, Chapter 2, Verse 12: These verses discuss the cycle of rebirth of all beings, including Gita Narrator Brahm suggesting that liberation obtained solely through the 'Om' mantra is not the ultimate goal.
  • Chapter 18, Verse 62: Geeta knowledge giver, Brahm says that 'O Bharat! You go to the shelter of that Supreme God in every respect. Only by the grace of that Supreme God (Purna Brahm), you will attain supreme peace i.e. will become completely liberated from birth and death and attain the Eternal Supreme Abode i.e. Satlok.

Interpretations and Debates

It's important to note that interpretations of scripture can vary across different Hindu denominations. The video presents verses suggesting that focusing solely on Supreme Brahm through the 'Om Tat Sat' mantra leads to liberation, while others fake gurus emphasise devotion through arbitrary mantras of other deities.

The Correct Chanting Mantra

Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj emphasises the importance of the 'Om Tat Sat' mantra for attaining the Supreme Being according to the teachings presented:

Chapter 17, Verse 23: "ॐ/Om mantra of Brahm, Tat - this is coded mantra of ParBrahm, Sat - this is coded mantra of Purna Brahm. In this way, there is direction of remembrance of three types of mantras of Purna Parmatma, and in the beginning of nature, based on that very Tatvgyan, the scholars created Vedas and yagya etc. They used to worship according to that." 


The choice of mantra can be a significant aspect of one's spiritual journey. The Bhagavad Gita offers valuable insights, but the devotees interpret differently. The video concludes by advocating for the 'Om Tat Sat' mantra and guidance from Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj.



FAQs : "Which Mantra Should One Chant to Attain the Supreme Being?"

Q.1 Which mantra leads to Moksha?

According to the Bhagavad Gita Chapter 17 verse 23, the mantra that leads to moksha is "Om Tat Sat". This mantra, derived from the Bhagavad Gita and emphasized by Suksham Ved, is the most effective for attaining the Supreme Being and achieving spiritual liberation.

Q.2 Can anyone reach moksha?

According to our Holy scriptures, anyone can reach moksha if they follow the correct spiritual practices under the guidance of complete Saint, which include chanting the appropriate mantra, "Om Tat Sat", and adhering to the spiritual guidance and principles laid out in the scriptures like the Bhagavad Gita, Vedas.

Q. 3 How to get salvation in Hinduism?

Salvation in Hinduism can be obtained by chanting the "Om Tat Sat" mantra, it is described as a coded mantra representing three forms of the divine essence in Hinduism: 'Om' symbolizes Brahm, 'Tat' symbolizes ParBrahm, and 'Sat' symbolizes Purna Brahm. Together, these mantras are crucial for complete spiritual liberation.

Q.4 How can I get moksha fast?

Our Holy scriptures implies that dedication to chanting the "Om Tat Sat" mantra and following the spiritual teachings of complete saint consistently and sincerely is key to advancing towards moksha. Regular spiritual practice under the guidance of a authorised guru facilitate a direct path to liberation.

Q.5 How to get moksha in the Bhagavad Gita?

To achieve moksha as per the Bhagavad Gita, one should follow the teachings of chanting the "Om Tat Sat" mantra by taking initiation from a complete Saint. The Gita suggests that surrendering to and focusing devotion on the Supreme God will lead to supreme peace and liberation from the cycle of birth and death, thus attaining the eternal supreme abode or Satlok.


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Karishma Ojha

I don't understand why there is a need to present controversial topics. We have our own ways of worship and do not require guidance from others. We are content with our lives and will continue chanting Radhe Krishna, Radhe Radhe, and the Gayatri Mantra. Please do not mislead us.

Satlok Ashram

Dear reader, we appreciate your feedback on our article. Our content is based on scriptural teachings, and as stated in Chapter 16, Verse 23 of the Gita, worship that deviates from scripture does not yield benefits. Disregarding divine instructions and following our own desires will lead to adverse outcomes. Your current happiness is stem from positive past deeds, but observe those around you who worship similarly yet suffer. Their distress is often due to practices not endorsed by scripture, which fails to bring any spiritual benefit. We encourage everyone to follow divine guidance as prescribed in scriptures, ensuring happiness in this life and beyond. We recommend reading "Gyan Ganga" and listening to the spiritual discourses of Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj on various social media platforms for scripture-based knowledge.

Yash Pandey

I'm not sure why, but this article truly resonated with me and was very enlightening. I watched the associated video and was impressed by the depth of knowledge shared. Despite trying various methods of worship, I've felt no real benefits, and now I understand why. I am enduring a lot of suffering and struggle to express my anguish. I am eager to learn more about this spiritual path.

Satlok Ashram

Dear reader, we appreciate your response and are sorry to hear about your struggles due to not finding the true path of worship. We recognize that many are suffering like you, which motivates us to spread the word about the scriptural method of worshiping God, ensuring the benefits promised by divinity. We assert that Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj is uniquely qualified to address spiritual and worldly problems where conventional approaches fail. Many attest to the transformative impact of adopting the true path of worship through initiation by Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj. We encourage you to read "Gyan Ganga" and watch Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj’s spiritual discourses on various social media platforms to gain a comprehensive understanding of this knowledge.