Sankalpa Mantra – Sankalpa Procedure – Sankalpam

What is Sankalpa: Sankalpam is an oath (promise) and letting god and saints knows When we are doing the pooja, What mantra we are going to chant, How many times we are going to chant and what we want in lieu for our effort.

Simple Sankalpam 

If you dont know the year (Nama samvatsare), ayana (Dakshinayana/uttarayana), Season (ruthou), Month (mase), Fortnight (Paksham), day (thithi), star (nakshatra), then you can take the following simple sankalpa.

Simple Sankalpa:

1. Ganapathi Dhyanam:

Shuklam Baradaram Vishnum, Sasi Varnam Chatur Bhujam,
Prasanna Vadanan Dyayet, Sarva Vignoba Santhaye   (This is the first sloka from vishnu sahasranama)

2. Pranayamam:

Om Bhoo… Om Bhuva … Ogum Suva… Om Maha… Om Jana … Om Thapa … Ogum Sathyam …
 Om Tatsa vithur varenyam  Bargo devasya dhi mahi  dhiyo yona prachodayath
Om Apa … Jyothi rasa … Amrutham brahma … Bhoorbuvasuvarom …

Touch the ears three times saying Om, Om , Om

3. Sankalpam

Mamo partha samastha durithakshaya dwara , (For removing all problems and pains in life,)
Sri Parameshwara preethyartham, (or sri Narayana Preethyartham – for vaishnava) (for making Lord Parameshwara happy (or Narayana Happy)
Sri Parvathi prasada sidhyartham , (the blessings and grace of Goddess Parvathi… You can change or add more god/goddess in place of Parvathi)
Asmaham Sakudumbanam (or Asya Yajamanasya Sakudumbasya – if you are doing it on behalf of another person)
shemasya, dhairyasya, dhairya, vijaya, ayur, arogya, ishwarya, abhivrithyartham (increase in good life, courage, win, life, health, wealth)

(Then choose from the below what desired result you expect from your japa… you can select as many wish as you need)

1. Pathi vasikaranartham (for attracting and keeping husband in hold)
2. Ishta kamyartha sidhyartham (for getting wishes fulfilled)
3. SAkala Vigna Nivruthi Dwara Karya Sidhyartham ( to remove the obstacles and make the attempt successful)
4. Sakala Vyathi Nivruthyartham (to remove all diseases)
5. Gnana vaapthyartham (for knowledge)
6. Sakala vasikaranartham (to attact desired things, including lover)
7. Swaya haara jaya vabyartham (to win in court cases)
8. Abam ruthyu dosha nivru naartham ( to get well from diseases/ for successful operation)
9. Dhana Dhaanya samruthyartham (to get dhanam (money) and dhanyam (materials)
10. Dharamartha kama moksha  chathurvidha phala purushartha sidhyartham (to get dharma, desire, wealth, salvation)
11. Sakala san mangala vapthyartha Aroogya druda gathratha  sidhyartham  (to get healthy body with all blessings)

4. Then we pronounce what mantra japa we are going to perform

Sri Swayamvaraparvathi maha mantra japam aham karishye (i am going to do swayamvaraparvathi japam)

(You can change this “swayamvaraparvathi” with other slokas when you do this sankalpa for others like… Gayatri Maha Mantra Japam Karishya, Sri vishnu sahasranama japam aham karishye .. or sri mahalakshmi astothra japam aham karishye etc.)

Now start doing the Mantra Japa number of time as you desired or taken oath


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14 thoughts on “Sankalpa Mantra – Sankalpa Procedure – Sankalpam

  1. I am in USA once of friend told to use this in Sankalpa as we are not India, Please correct me I’ wrong

    KROWNCHA (land of Eagle) dweepe, Ramanaka Varshe, Indra khande (emipre of Indra), Ramyaka Paschimadese (western country), Sapta samudrantare (w.r.t Lord Shiva on Mount Kailash in Himalayas)

    1. For Adhitya hrudyam,

      “Mamopartha samastha dhuridhaksheyathvaara sri parameshwara/narayana preerthyartham
      sri aadithya hriduya stotram maha mantra japam karishye”

      If you say “Maha mantra japa” then do Aachaman and chant three times the sloka. After completion again Aachaman.
      If you only say stotram japam karishye, just chant once.

      Both cases, it should be chanted before 12 noon facing East.

  2. Thanks very much for the Sankalp. I would really appreciate if someone can please change all the words in red to Hindi or Sanskrit and send it to me.
    Thank you so much.

    May Bhagavaan’s blessings always be with you.


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