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Watch: Muslim man chants Sanskrit Mantras whole-heartedly, video goes viral

Mantra means a divine word or sound that is repeated frequently to help concentration in meditation.

Irrespective of religion, one can chant mantras so much so that s/he feels completely in peace and reach spirituality at the highest level.

Recently, a video surfaced online is doing the rounds on social media platforms shows a Muslim man whole-heartedly chanting Sanskrit Mantras.

As you can see in the video, a Muslim man sits on a chair with a mic in his hand. He starts the shloka with ‘Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Devo, Maheshwaraha…’

Soon after he sang this line, he then stood up while the audience listening to him lauded him and gave him a round of applause.

He then continued singing and people started loving him. He sang for about 4 minutes and kept everyone engaged in the devotional song.

Feast your eyes to watch this video below:

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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