Kalki Maha Mantra and Pancha Tattva Naama

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Om Biswa Guru Kalki Rāma Sudarshana Hare Hare
Gadā Padma Shankha Shyāma Rāma Krushna Hare Hare

Kalki Mahā Mantra is the Mahā Mantra for this Kaliyuga, which follows next to the other chanted Mahā-Mantras. All the Mahā-Mantras are of high significance; they are revealed by divine instrumentation at different times, depending on the era and the need. Mahā means 'Great' and is used to identify with superiority, hence, Mahā-mantra means - Great (Noble) Mantra. Before proceeding to the 'Kalki Mahā Mantra' a brief description is made here about the significance of these Noble Mantras with an example from the 'Hare Krushna Mahā Mantra':
Nāma-Mahāmantras (noble mantra based on the name of the supreme) are mantras for Moksha (liberation of the soul) and are meant for spiritual upliftment rather than attaining any material benefits or occult power. The Māhamantras, as opposed to other Tantric and Vedic mantras have no fixed rules of chanting. Tantric and Vedic mantras can be chanted only by following specific procedure and are used to invoke certain results, where as, the Māhamantras can be chanted by anyone, at any time or place. These are not necessarily Veda-Sammata (in accordance with Vedas). But they invoke mercy from the God and the mantras get their potential from the Holy names of the supreme. The "Hare Krushna Māha Mantra" was given by the Revered Saint NāmaYogi Avatar Shri Chaitanya Mahaaprabhu (The Guru of Mahapurusha Achyutānanda and Panchasakhā) and is:

Hare Krushna Hare Krushna, Krushna Krushna Hare Hare
Hare Rāma Hare Rāma, Rāma Rāma Hare Hare

The "Hare Krushna Mahāmantra" consists of 16 syllables and is a plead to the Supreme God with its various names (Krushna, Rāma). Its mention (of the different names of the divine) is made in Upanishads (significant literature of the Aryans those migrated to Bharat, i.e. India, and are valued only next to the Vedas; there are many different Upanishads also) as a saviour from sin (Kali santarana Upanishad). As the Māhamantra has been empowered by Chaitanya Mahaaprabhu, who is believed to be an incarnation of Sri Krushna, it is a potential mantra to invoke supreme mercy even for the dreaded sinners.

The 'Kalki Mahāmantra' follows the series of the liberating Mahāmantras and is given by Mahapurusha Achyutananda. The mantra is a liberating Mahamantra meant specifically for the last part of this Kali yuga. His disciple, beloved Baba Buddhanath Das here explains the significance of this Mahāmantra. The following is a part of the advice/talk given by Babaji on 7th Jan, 2003, at Garoi Ashram.

English transcription follows after the Oriya text...
Kalki Maha Mantra

English transcription

The following is a part of the advice/talk given by Babaji on 7th Jan, 2003, at Garoi Ashram. Here Baba explains the significance of the Kalki - Mahā- mantra. The original talk was in Oriya language; the following is a transcript in English. Translation to another language might cause a loss of the exact information/intention. The Oriya language has many typical self-styled words and 46 alphabets; a direct translation might be slightly misleading.

Om Biswa Guru Kalki Rāma Sudarshana Hare Hare
Gadā Padma Shankha Shyāma Rāma Krushna Hare Hare

Always he (God) keeps behind after getting the Guru at the front-end. Why ? What is the reason behind?

Guru kahile taahaa jaani, Nohile bhramuthaanti praanii, Sakhsyaste Guru Parambrahma
[Guru reveals that knowingly, else the beings wander in confusion, Guru is a form of Parambrahma]

There, Parambrahma Lilāmaya Purusha (the supreme-Brahma and the most-illusionary) becomes invisible to the living world. He makes Guru visible to this world. I am just an illiterate man, what can I tell more?... Everyone give importance to everyone, considering all as Gurubhai (brother owing to a common Guru)... and accept, rejoice on and recite the Gurunāma (name of the Guru) for two minutes. Mahapurusha (the great man, i.e. another name for Shri Achyutānada Das), in the mean time, has written the Kalki Mahāmantra in the form of a letter, at Kākatpur. May all of you recite this mantra with a bit of soul.

Thakura (Mahapurusha) had told: not the whole of the universe, not the whole of the world, but Odisha, is my Sola-mandala (16 zones). Besides Odisha, Anga, Banga, Kalinga, Magadha, - in these four regions, the period when this Nāma (Kalki Mahāmantra) will be revealed and spread, at that time the blemishes on India will be removed and Dharma will be established. That period of "Dharma"-establishment has approached (likely refers to a near-future transition period - Sandhi Kāla - of ~12-15 years).

"Dharma" dhare kiye ? (Who holds the "Dharma" ?) When Dharitri (mother world) becomes restless due to lack of "Dharma", becomes turbulent and tortured, at that time HE (God) reveals (by divine instrumentality) these Nāmas (Mahāmantras). HareKrsihna Mahāmantra, ShriKrishnaChayitanya Mahāmantra, RādheGovinda Mahāmantra... amidst so many Mahāmantras, he wanted to establish Kalki Mahāmantra in Kali Yuga and reveal that to all. That time has now arrived. All those who have come here, be it in evening be it in morning - you are spending so much time for so many things - out of that if you can maintain 5 or 2 minutes of Japa (recitation of a mantra) then your family will be liberated, you will be liberated. Your Kalanka (blemishes) will be destroyed - thats why this is (Kalanki) Kalki-Mahāmantra. As Mahapurusha also told the Pancha Tattva (5 elements) Nāma (name of God used for recitation as a mantra), recite the Pancha Tattvaa Nāma:

Shri Achyuta Shri Achyuta Shri Achyuta Bolare
Shri Achyuta Nāme Bāju Khola Kara Tālare
Shri Hari Bolare Shri Rāma Bolare
Shri Krushna Bolare Shri Chayitanya Bolare
Shri Chayitanya Nāme Bāju Khola Kara Tālare

The Nata (refers to Mahapurusha in a playful way) sitting below the Bata (refers to the Banyan tree at Garoi) is playing with his devotees. You all have come only in his name; there is no name of mine involved in it.
When you go away from here, do not ever loose the Nāma, do not throw it away. If you leave after loosing the Nāma, it will inflict pain in me. The Nāma must be taken. If for about a year this Nāma is recited everyday, if everyday it is repeated, then He is away or near - it will be realized. Geetā, Purāna, Veda, all those that are there, are only His name. You listen to a discourse at many places; just after returning from the place, you tend to forget. Hold Achyutanada's words in your heart in a way that its not forgotten from your mind. Mahapurusha has told one thing: Dāsa (refers to Baba as one who serves the Mahapursha), If someone asks or wants, give wealth-and-gems (Dhana-Ratna) - but, hide my things (refers to secrecy in Yugakarma). Now, who had told this, he now wants - the time has come, pass things on. Let the mantra be spread and the words be kept.

7-Jan-2003, Bhajan Mandap, Garoi, Jagatsinghpur, Odisha, India
Mahapurusha Achyutandanka Dasanudasa (one who serves the servant of Mahapurusha) Baba Shri Buddhanath Das