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What is 'Maha Sudarshan Homa' event?
Every year for Narsimha caturdashi festival, during the Maha sudarshana homa, we bath the sudarshana yantras with the water empowered by the Maha Mantra. Therefore we are requesting all the devotees to chant extra rounds everyday and send us the total number of extra rounds chanted by you along with your name, the name of your spiritual master and the name of the country everyday till 15th of May. By this we want to engage all the devotees around the world to serve Lord Narsimha on the most auspicious day of His appearance. Last year we offered around 169,000 rounds, and this year we want to at least double it. So please do chant extra rounds and inform other devotees to do the same, so together we can serve Lord Narsimha with the best of our capacity.

What is Mantra?
The great mantra to chant is "Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare"

What is Round?
108 is an auspicious number as per Vedic tradition. When we chant Hare Krishna mahamantra 108 times preferencially on beads or otherwise it is called as one round

How many rounds should we chant?
There is no upper limit to chanting holy names. We can chant at any time of the day. ISKCON recommends chanting 16 rounds of Mahamantra those who want to accept spiritual initiation in it's line. But one can start with any number of rounds.

What is Japa?
'Japa' means personal chanting and hearing the Holy Name. There are no hard-and-fast rules for chanting Hare Krsna. The most wonderful thing about mantra meditation is that one may chant anywhere-at home, at work, driving in the car, or riding on the bus or subway. And one may chant at any time.

What Does The Hare Krishna Mantra Mean?
The mantra is a spiritual call to the Lord, meaning, “Oh energy of the Lord, please engage me in the loving service of Lord Krishna.” The word Hara is a form of addressing the energy of the Lord. Both Krishna and Rama are forms of directly addressing the Lord, and they mean “the highest pleasure.” Hara is the supreme pleasure potency of the Lord. This potency, addressed as Hare, helps us in reaching the Supreme Lord. The three words—namely Hare, Krishna, and Rama—are the transcendental seeds of the maha-mantra, and the chanting is the spiritual call for the Lord and His internal energy, Hara, for giving protection to the conditioned souls. The chanting is exactly like genuine crying by the child for his mother. Mother Hara helps in achieving the grace of the supreme father Hari, or Krishna, and the Lord reveals Himself to such sincere devotees.