Saraswati Mantras for Success in Examination

Reciting Mantras only will not help, you need to prepare well throughout the year. Recitation of Saraswati Mantras along with your studies can improve concentration and bring greater success.


“One important key to success is self-confidence.
An important key to self-confidence is preparation.”
-Arthur Ashe

The above thought of ‘Arthur Ashe’ tells the truth; you are successful if you are self-confident and self-confidence comes only through preparation. But in real life in regard to studies one may lack the power of concentration, which prevents from grasping knowledge. Easy Remedies for Success in Education

During the adolescent age a student may face many distractions which prevent one from full concentration on studies.

Provided one has faith, recitation of an appropriate mantra can bestow power of concentration and divine support for increased self-confidence. Mantras for different purposes were designed by our wise ancient sages and the desired results materialise through specific vibrations and the aid of one’s sub-conscious mind. Worship Saraswati Deity for Increasing Intelligence

Relevance of Goddess Saraswati for Success

The Goddess Saraswati is the “Mother of the Vedas”. She is the Goddess of Knowledge, Wisdom,speech, arts, music and mind power. Effect of Mantras over Mind and Senses

Goddess Saraswati is portrayed as a beautiful woman dressed in pure white representing purity, sitting on a white swan symbolizing knowledge, truth and power of discrimination,

Saraswati Mantras for Success

You may select any one or more from the following mantras. The mantra can be recited anytime during the day by sitting in a comfortable posture in a calm place. You may use a rosary of crystal or Rudraksha beads for keeping a count. Recite at least 108 times (one mala) in one sitting.

(1) “Om Vageeshwaryae VidmaheVagwadeenyae Dhimahe Tannah Saraswati Prachodayat”
(2) “Om Aim Hreem Kleem Maha Saraswati Devaya Namaha”
(3) “Om ShriSaraswati-yaNamaha”
(4) “Om Aim Saraswati-ya Aim Namaha”
(5) “Om Hreem Aim Hreem Saraswati-ya Namah”

Article by: Jyotirvid Pawan Kumar