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Mantra is a religious syllable or poem, typically from the Sanskrit language.
Mantra or Manthra may also refer to:
Film, TV and Entertainment
- Mantra (actress), South Indian actress
- Mantra (comics), a comic book series written by Mike Barr and published by Malibu Comics in the mid-1990s
- Mantra (film), a 2007 Telugu language film
- Mantra Films, Inc., the film company that produces and distributes Girls Gone Wild DVD series
- Mantra (Stockhausen), a 1970 musical composition by the German avant garde composer Karlheinz Stockhausen
- Mantra Recordings, a subsidiary of Beggars Banquet Records
- Mantra (Nepalese band), an Indo-Nepalese rock and roll band from India
- Mantra (Italian band),
- Mantra (US band), featuring songs of Cameo (band) members Larry Blackmon, Anthony Lockett
- "Mantra (Dave Grohl song)" a 2013 collaborative song by Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and Trent Reznor
- "Mantra", a song by Tool from their 2001 album Lateralus
- Mantra (restaurant), a Fusion cuisine restaurant in Boston
- "Mantra", a commercial software renderer for producing computer-generated imagery; part of the Houdini suite
- A slogan used as an aid to mental focus or a motto.
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