Most Powerful Baglamukhi Mantra for Money and Wealth
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This mantra of Bagalamukhi is Kalpadrum or Kalpataru (A mythological tree that is supposed to grant all desires). The adorer of this mantra becomes able to achieve all the desired worldly grandeur. He gets all the things in this world what he wants to get.
Actually this mantra is very secret and effective. In Tantrik community it is known by various names, as BHAKTA-MANDAR-VIDHYA, MANDAR VIDHYA & MANTRA-RATNA . There are innumerable devotees of Maa Bagalamukhi who got the grace of Bagalamukhi in form of mother Lakshmi.
The persons, who have lost their prosperity and business, whose money has been lapsed and they have no hope to regain, or where are no chances of its restoration, they should perform the adoration of this mantra.
MANTRA: – Shreem Hreem Aim Bhagavati Bagalay may shriyama dehi-dehi Svaha.
Om Shreem Hreem Aim Bhagavati Bagalay may shriyama dehi-dehi Svaha.
Suvarna-abharnnam Devi! Peeta-malya-ambara-vratam,
Brahmastra-vidhyam Bagalam vairinnam stambhineem bhajay.
Meaning: – I remember the Goddess Bagala wearing golden ornaments, yellow garland and yellow clothes. The mother Bagala, who is Brahmastra vidya and can astringent all the enemies.
Reciting this mantra one should do nyasa according to the root mantra.
There is a mantra in “Shri-mada-Bhagavata” (8th mantra in the 8th chapter of 8th Skanda) —–“Tatashcha-virbhoot sakshat Shri Rama Bhagavat-para! Ranjayanti dishah kantya vidyut saudamini yatha.”
The person who is about to be insolvent, if recites this mantra with the combination of Mandaara mantra, can regain his prosperity. I have used this mantra many times and seen the good result. The factory or business which was about to close, stood again resulted into profit.
This mantra should be recited one lac times under the tree of Bilwa (wood apple or algae mormelos), meditating Bagalamukhi as Lakshmi.