The Shabar Hanuman Megha Mantra show below in the image has to be chanted for One Mala or 108 Mantra Repetitions on the night of the festival of Diwali or during any of the nine days of the Navratri festival. This is for getting Mastery over the Mantra; a Rudraksha Japa Mala should be used to count the number of Mantra Chants.
|Hanuman Mehga Mantra to Control Rains|
Then, to practice this Mantra for making the clouds burst, the Sadhaka has to look at the rain clouds and chant the Mantra seven times and then clap his palms three times. This has to be repeated six times [seven times in all] and then after that the Sadhaka has to blow his breath in the direction of the rain clouds. This is said to make the clouds burst and discharge the rains.
To stop the rainfall, the Sadhaka has to sweep the rainwater with a broom and then place the broom in a vertical position facing the clouds.