The two line Mantra shown in the image is a verse, which is contained in Sukta 93 of the 8th Mandala or Book of the Rig-Veda. The Rig-Veda is the earliest of the Vedic texts and forms the base for all the other Vedas, hence it should be considered to be the earliest Hindu religious scripture.
|Rig Veda Vashikaran Mantra|
The Mantra has to be chanted during the period of Brahma Muhutra or if that is not possible then during the period of Sunrise. There is no Siddhi Sadhana for this Vashikaran Mantra and it should be chanted 108 times, using a Rudraksha Japa Mala. Before chanting the Vashikaran Mantra, the practitioner should clearly think about the man, woman, child or animal he or she hopes to put under a most powerful spell of attraction in order to manage and control that person.
Apart from the Mantra Chanting, there are no other rules or regulation contained in the Tantra for the specific practice of this Vashikaran Mantra Experiment. The Mantra Sadhana can be practiced until the practitioner succeeds in his quest and the other party comes under the influence of the Vashikaran spell.