oṃ namo bhagavate dakṣiṇāmūrtaye |
mahyaṃ medhāṃ prajñāṃ prayaccha svāhā ||
This mantra is a Sanskrit invocation that is often used to seek the blessings of Lord Dakshinamurthy, who is considered the embodiment of knowledge and wisdom. Lord Dakshinamurthy who is considered as Lord Shiva. This mantra is also known as the "Moola Mantra" or the "seed mantra" of Sri Dakshinamurthy.
The mantra can be translated as:
"Om, I bow down to the divine form of Lord Dakshinamurthy. Grant me intellect and wisdom. I offer this oblation."
This mantra is recited by devotees to seek spiritual knowledge, wisdom, and understanding. It is a way of expressing devotion to Lord Dakshinamurthy, who is believed to be the supreme teacher and guru, imparting knowledge that leads to self-realization and enlightenment.
The mantra is often chanted during meditation or as a part of one's daily spiritual practice to invoke the blessings of Lord Dakshinamurthy and to enhance one's intellectual and spiritual growth.