Definition of Mantram
1. mantra [n -S] - See also: mantra
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mantram
Literary usage of Mantram
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Catalogue Raisonnée [sic] of Oriental Manuscripts in the Library of the by William Taylor (1860)
"Randha vimochana mantram, spell to unloose bonds, to escape from confinement, if imprisoned, some others similar : 101 leaves, not regularly numbered. ..."
2. The Hindu at Home: Being Sketches of Hindu Daily Life by Joseph Edwin Padfield (1896)
"The Karta, having poured water into these vessels, takes that which is for the deceased, and at the repeating of a mantram, pours some of the water from it ..."
3. Fourteen Lessons in Yogi Philosophy and Oriental Occultism by Ramacharaka (1904)
"A mantram is a word, phrase, or verse used by the Eastern people in order ... The mantram for the month is a verse from a Western poet, Mr. Qrr: "Lord of a ..."