Surya Deva or the Sun God is the considered by many to be the only visible deity in the Cosmos without whom the world along with its diverse life forms would cease to exist. Surya Aradhana is nothing but the worship of the Sun. Many people follow different practices, including certain specific rituals while worshipping the Sun, which largely depends upon what they are seeking.
This particular Vashikaran Vidhi should be performed by worshipping the Setting Sun on a Saturday [Shanivar Ke Dhalte Suraj Ki Puja-Upasna]. On this day at the time of Sunset, the practitioner should keep a Kalsah or a metal utensil [ preferably made from copper] filled with clean drinking water and a piece of Jaggery[Gur in Hindi] besides him and then face the Setting Sun with folded hands, close his or her eyes for about a minute. Then he should say a small prayer to the Sun God with firm faith and humility asking for the love and affection of the man or woman he is pining and longing for.
While saying the prayer he should take the full name of the desired lover or life partner, the name of her father and mother and his own name.
Then finally, he should offer the water in the Kalash to the Sun God. The offering of water to the Sun God is known as Surya Arghya. The practitioner should hold the Kalash facing the Sun and offer the water to the Sun by slowly letting the water drip to the ground.
The same procedure, which has been described above should be repeated on the next day, which is Sunday.
Note- This is a Pure or Satvik Vashikaran Experiment and the practitioner should perform it only if he or she harbors pure thoughts and noble intentions regarding the desired bellowed.