Two Indian teenagers’ fluent chant of Sanskrit Mantras goes viral, gets 2 million likes

A viral video on social media has captured the hearts of many, showcasing two talented youngsters who have gained widespread admiration. While contemporary trends often feature young individuals singing Bollywood songs, these two have distinguished themselves by mastering the art of reciting Sanskrit mantras. The video depicts the duo delivering the ancient chants with a distinctive and enchanting touch, creating a sensation across social media platforms.

The viral video has been shared on YouTube. In the video, two youths are wearing yellow religious clothes and have sandalwood tilak applied to their forehead. Both Brahmins are chanting the Sanskrit Vedic mantra. He is pronouncing it in such a wonderful manner, so pure and clear. Many such videos of his have gone viral on social media. Users like them wholeheartedly. The video has so far accumulated almost 2 million likes and lots of sharing and admiring comments.”

Through these two Brahmin children, it is seen that the abstract sounds and language of Indian culture are important at any age and can attract people who are not devotedly engaged with modern music and songs. Moreover, this video gives a clear message that the importance of Sanskrit mantras and their listening and speaking shows the growing interest among our young generation.

The art of these two youngsters has not only sparked discussion on social media but also proves that people are respectfully accepting the deep silent beauty hidden in our cultural heritage. We should provide support on a larger level to promote such art and cultural heritage so that our young generation can adopt it and take our heritage forward. At this time, when everyone is lost in Bollywood songs, this video reminds us how rich our culture and language are and we should protect them.

After watching the viral video, users shared many reactions. One user writes, ‘Please upload more mantra videos, it gives us immense pleasure listening to your voices.’

Another user writes, ‘Hats off to your clear pronunciation without any fumble between words.’

Another user writes, ‘This is a miracle of Gurukul education. No one is anything by birth, their education and actions determine their caste.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].