Namo Arihantanam : I bow down to Arihanta,
Namo Siddhanam : I bow down to Siddha,
Namo Ayariyanam : I bow down to Acharya,
Namo Uvajjhayanam : I bow down to Upadhyaya,
Namo Loe Savvasahunam : I bow down to Sadhu and Sadhvi.
Eso Panch Namokaro : These five bowings downs,
Savvapavappanasano : Destroy all the sins,
Manglananch Savvesim : Amongst all that is auspicious,
Padhamam Havai Mangalam : This Navkar Mantra is the foremost.
Navkaar Mahamantra is truly a VISHWA MANTRA . No where does it mention the name of any Teerthankara nor any name of GOD . It simply says: “I bow to the Arihant, the SIDDH, the ACHARYAS, the UPADHYAYAS, the SADHUS/SAINTS, of not only of this WORLD but of the whole UNIVERSE  BRAHMAND !!! So, undoubtedly, this is a UNIVERSAL MAHAMANTRA.
The Navkar Mantra is the most important mantra in Jainism and can be recited at any time. While reciting the Navkar Mantra, we are bowing down with respect to:
Arihant: (souls who have reached the state of nonattachment towards worldly process).
Siddh: (liberated souls).
Acharya: (heads of sadhus and sadhvis).
Upadhyaya: (those who teach scriptures to sadhus and sadhvis).
Sadhu: (monks, who have voluntarily given up social, economical and family relationships).
Sadhviji: (nuns, who have voluntarily given up social, economical and family relationships).
Collectively, they are called Panch Parmesthi (five supreme spiritual people). In this mantra we worship their virtues rather than worshipping any one particular person; therefore, this Mantra is not named after Lord Mahavir, Lord Parshvanath or Adinath, etc. When we recite Navkar Mantra it, also reminds us that, we need to be like them. This mantra is also called Namaskar or Namokar Mantra because we are bowing down.
The Navkar Mantra contains the main message of Jainism. The message is very clear. If we want to be liberated from this world then we have to take the first step of renunciation by becoming a monk or a nun. This is the beginning. If we stay on the right path then we will proceed to a higher state, Arihant, and ultimately proceed to Siddh after nirvana (liberation from the cycle of birth and death). The goal of every Jain is/should be to become a Siddh.
Navkar Mantra Bhashya Jaap
The Navkar Jaap can be performed in thre manners i.e. 1] Bhashaya 2] Upanshu 3] Manas all these three manners of performing jaaps are catagorically best. The sadhak should go step by step i.e.to start with bhashya & then to manas.
Shri Jayantbhai Rahi has started this bhashya jaap with following 5 mudras & starting 5 mangals with "Aum Hrim Aum" since last 15 years with the blessings of as more as 80 Acharya Bhagvants with the "Sangeet & Ragas" favourite of Arihant Tirthankars.






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