Hara Hara Hara Mahadev !!! "HARA" is name of one of the "Ekadasha Rudra"s mentioned in Agnipurana (Agni Purana (Chapter-18) :Aparajita; Hara; Bahurupa; Tryambaka; Vrsakapi; Shambu; Kapardina; Raivata; Mriga vyadha; Sarpa; and Kapali. ) and in the Valmiki Ramayana (Valmiki Ramayana (4.43.56): Aja; Ekapada; Abhirbhudya; Hara; Shambu: Tryambaka; Aparajita; Isana; Tribhuvana; Twasta; and Rudra. भगवान् तत्र विश्वात्मा शम्भुः एकादश आत्मकः |
ब्रह्मा वसति देवेशो ब्रह्म ऋषि परिवारितः || ४-४३-५६)
Thus Saying Hara means Chanting Mahadeva's name.
Hara (Sanskrit: हर) also occurs three times in the Anushasanaparvan version of the Shiva sahasranama, where it is translated in different ways each time it occurs, following a commentorial tradition of not repeating an interpretation. It translates as "one who captivates", "one who consolidates", and "one who destroys". Sanskrit word "Hara" which means to take away. This is to denote an embodiment of captivation , consolidation and destruction.
As Lord Shiva is "The Destroyer". Thus, this chant implies that "O Great Lord, liberate us from this vicious cycle of births and deaths (or attain Moksha)." 'Hara' here implies taking away our sorrows, grief, lust, ignorance and all worldly attachments and liberate our soul. ✨👁🕉🏔🔱💀🐍⌛️🌙🐚✨ Hari Om Tat Sat ~~ Hara Hara Mahadev ! 🏔🔱🏔
Blessed weekend divine souls ✨👁✨