Om Namah Shivaya Chanting Lite

Om Namah Shivaya Chanting Lite


(4 stars)


Download for Android Like

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

  • Information and photos from the artist
  • If you only want to meditate for 30 seconds, it's a great option
  • Free sound clip is only 30 seconds long
Add this app to your lists
Expert's Review

"Inner peace in a 30 second sound clip"

Reviewed by / Jun 18, 2014

A handful of photos, information, and a 30 second sound clip of chanting

Om Namah Shivaya Chanting Lite is a minimally useful app for those wanting to practice Hindu meditation. It includes a 30 second sound clip from Sahil Jagtiani, plus artist information and a few photos. You're meant to repeat the chant 108 times, but there's no repeat button, so either you'll have to interrupt your meditation every 30 seconds to press play again or shell out for the premium version. Given the existence of totally free chanting tracks elsewhere, I fail to see how this particular app adds much to the experience.

Tags: om namah shivay mantras benefits according to shri shri ravishankar, chanting om namah shivaya finding husband, oom naham sivaya sivaya namah oom, om namo narayanaya chanting repetitions by sri sri ravi shankar, om nahamshivay mantra, lyrics of sri sri ravishankar guru arti, om naham shivay in text script.

Developer's original description available here
This is the Lite Version of the Official App developed by Appytunes Private Limited for the Song "Om Namah Shivaya Chanting" by Sahil Jagtiani released by Mantric Music.

This app has:

- 30 second sample of the Song with lyrics, details and callertunes
- Information about the Album
- Information about the Artist with his Social Links
- 5 great Images which can be Saved, Set As Wallpaper or Shared through all Socially Integrated Apps
- Ability to Share the App's Google Play URL with your friends
- Works on Android OS 2.1 onwards for both Phones and Tablets
- Runs fully without internet once the app is downloaded
- App is AD enabled


“The sound of ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ includes all the five elements – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. Hinduism is not a religion as such. People have been chanting this for thousands of years. Mantras are those sounds which you hear from deep within during meditation and the aim is to bring one back to the source. During later days, people started putting faces and drawings to these mantras. Mantras have got certain vibrations/ energy. They are universal. Even in churches in Latin America ‘Marnah Nath’ is used. Its translation in Latin and Sanskrit is so close. For ‘Lord’ the word in Latin is Nath and also in Sanskrit the word Nath is used to mean ‘Lord’. So the word Marnah Nath meaning ‘My lord’ which is used in Christianity is actually a Sanskrit word. Chanting in Sanskrit is beneficial because Sanskrit is the oldest language known to mankind. It has a deep impact on the consciousness.”
His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji

The benefits of devoutly chanting ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ range from alleviation from emotional and physical distress and more importantly finding true inner peace. Repetition of a lover’s name comes naturally to us and so in the same light taking the God’s name brings about that completeness within. This chant has been done by Sahil Jagtiani and is repeated 108 times.


The Full Version of this app has the full song and is totally AD FREE. To download the Full Version visit:


To Download the Song for this Album Visit:


To know more about Mantric Music Visit:


Music & Content Copyright © 2014 Mantric Music. All Rights Reserved

Design & Code Copyright © 2014 Appytunes Private Limited. All Rights Reserved

Recently changed in this version

Bug Fixes

Comments and ratings for Om Namah Shivaya Chanting Lite
  • (62)

    by Sidharth Makhija on 10/07/2014

    Voice quality not good

  • (62)

    by Mahadev Gowda on 28/06/2014

    good application

  • (62)

    by mahantesh mahantesha on 10/05/2014

    Its very cool

  • (62)

    by Ashish Raut on 29/04/2014


  • (62)

    by narsimha reddy on 27/02/2014


  • (62)

    by Anita Kela on 15/02/2014

    Not having full song

  • (62)

    by viswam komerapudi on 01/02/2014


More comments