Jaap is the practice of repetition of a mantra or a divine name. There is no compulsory place or posture for Jaap to be carried out. It can be performed while doing other activities. Devotees keep on chanting mantras in order to destroy one's sins. The mantra must be recited 108 times. The repetitions of the mantra are counted with a thread of beads which is called Jaap Mala. There are total 108 beads in a Jaap Mala. Different types of beads which basically describe the purpose of the Mala. If a devotee wants to pray to Lord Shiva, he/she must be using Rudraksha Mala, for Lord Vishnu Basil (Tulsi) Mala is used, for Goddess Laxmi Gold Mala is preferred. There are certain Jaaps like Maha Mrityunjaya Jaap follows particular methods of Jaap. It involves strict, prescribed rules and procedures to practice them. Correct recitation and pronunciation of Mantras are extremely important to achieve the desired results. Doing Jaaps is very easy also it purifies the human's soul, body and mind. It is believed the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra is the greatest of all the mantras. Maha Mrityunjaya mantra has the power of conquering life over death. It holds the highest position among the many mantras used for meditation. We are delighted to inform you that Pandits for Jaap in Bangalore is available on ShowMyHall. Explore ShowMyHall website for more information and packages.