Vedic knowledge, ancient Hindu customs, and religious practices, though existent for thousands of years, have lately been finding a lot of favor globally. Whether it’s the desire to go organic, protect nature, or avoid chemicals and use herbal formulations to prevent and treat both physical and mental issues, they are gaining momentum the world over.
Today, Yoga, Ayurveda, and Vedic living are not only recognized but also practiced at the global level. It’s perhaps ironic that it took a pandemic like Covid19 for people to adopt Namaste (folded hands) as a form of greeting, which has been in practice as part of the Hindu way of living for eons.
However, one area that is yet to be fully explored and embraced by people is the power of sacred mantras (chants) that have existed for thousands of years in Hindu shastras. Perhaps the reason is that people at large are unable to find the right mantra or Vedic chant procedure that can help them overcome their issues, challenges, and sufferings, or enable them to attain moksha (salvation).
Coming from Brahmin families and realizing this as a pain point, the founders of JapShakti took it upon themselves to spread the understanding of how these ancient religious practices and mantras can help people globally. And, thus, JapShakti.com was born with the following objectives:
- Take Vedic knowledge and religious customs to the global level to benefit mankind
- Democratize spiritual knowledge and place the power of choice in the hands of people themselves
- Make choosing spiritual services and benefiting from them as easy as choosing an over-the-counter drug like Aspirin
JapShakti stands out because it has been founded by Brahmins who are progressive, well qualified (we count Doctors, MBAs, CEOs, and Sanskrit scholars among the founding team), and deeply religious, who themselves have been practicing chanting and spirituality since childhood.
At JapShakti, we strongly believe in “Vasudev Kutumbakam”, a Sanskrit phrase found in Hindu texts such as the Maha Upanishad, which means “The World Is One Family”. And we now want the world to benefit from these religious customs, procedures, and practices as well.