Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali : Lord Shiva Mantra

Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali : Lord Shiva Mantra

Here is a video of Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali language. This is Lord Shiva Mantra in Nepali version. Shiva is one of the Lord of Hindu Trinity. Hindus believe that he is the destroyer God. This Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra is chanted by the devotees in 108 times every day. Shivaratri is the greatest festival related to Lord Shiva. Listen Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali. Listen Lord Shiva Mantra in Nepali.

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Lord Shiva is also known as Parameshwara. Lord Shiva is the Supreme God. Lord Shiva is Mahadeva, Mahesh. Lord Shiva is a Great God in Hinduism. Shiva is one of the three most influential denominations in Hinduism. Lord Shiva is also regarded as the patron god of yoga and arts.

Om Namah Shivaya is a Sanskrit words. It is written in like this ॐ नमः शिवाय. Om Namaha Shivaya is one of the most popular Hindu mantra. It is the most important mantra in Shaivism.

Watch here Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali : Lord Shiva Mantra

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Om Namaha Shivaya Mantra in Nepali : Lord Shiva Mantra

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