Om Vajrakaran Shiva Mantra
ॐ वज्रकरण शिवे रुध रुध भवे ममाई अमृत कुरु कुरु स्वाहा ||
is a Sanskrit mantra that is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is considered one of the primary deities in Hinduism. The mantra is also known as the Vajra-karan mantra or the Vajra-kavachadhara mantra.
Om Vajrakran Shiva Mantra is a matra which invokes Lord Shiva as a the person who is holding the thunderbolt in his hand. It means a mantra that is meant for protection from all evils as the Lord Shiva himself gives his protection to the chanter of this mantra.
The word "Om" is a sacred sound that is often used as a mantra in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is considered to be the primordial sound of the universe and is believed to represent the essence of creation.
"Vajra-karan" means "one who has a thunderbolt in his hand" and refers to Lord Shiva's ability to control and transform energy. The term "Shiva" means "auspicious one" and refers to the deity's role in maintaining the balance of the universe.
The Om Vajra-karan Shiva mantra is believed to be a powerful tool for protection, purification, and spiritual growth. It is often chanted during meditation or as a part of one's daily spiritual practice. The mantra is said to invoke the energy of Lord Shiva and help the practitioner overcome obstacles, release negative energies, and connect with their inner divinity.