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Sarveshan-Swastir-Bhavatu, recital and English explainations

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The prayer that I recite is known as Shanti Mantra. Shanti Mantras are known as Peace Invocation in English. These are universal prayers recited in Sanskrit. This paticular Shanti mantra is recited for Well-Being of all. What do we understand by well being? What does it mean by completeness in life? Tune into this podcast !

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