A person on whom a Narsingh Maran Mantra has been used by enemy or Aghori Tantrik should chant this Sarabeswarar Mantra. Other than that, chanting this Mantra even once, while looking at an animal will make the animal run away with fear and dread. After gaining Mantra Siddhi, chanting this Mantra 21 times before doing any task or work will give you success in that particular task or work. - Ashok Mehta
It is said that for protecting Prahlad, Lord Vishnu manifested as Narsingh. But after killing the Demon King Hiranyaksha, Narsingh was still very ferocious and angry and did not calm down. Shiva sent Veerbhadra to stop him. In the Satya Yuga, Veerbhadra had manifested from just one hair of Shiva and that Avatar was born to kill King Daksha. Its said that Veerbhadra was so powerful that Pralay came on earth and with it came the end of the Satyayuga. Even Veerbhadra wasn't able to kill him and to kill Narsingh Avatar, Mahadev, himself manifested as Sharabheswhar.
Needless to say that this is a very very Divine Mantra. So don't engage in this Mantra Siddhi if you don't have the capacity to handle the divine energy or you will turn into lunatic.
The Siddhi procedure and method of actually using the Sarabeswarar Mantra is as follows:
1. Start the Sarabeswarar Mantra Chanting from the day of Narsingh Jayanti at 2 AM in the night. Keep a Sharabheswhar photo in front of you, while chanting the Mantra.
2. Keep some sweets on the Puja Altar.
3. Then perform Ahuti with Guggal for two hours, while chanting the Sarabeswarar Mantra.
4. On the next day, give the sweets to kids.
5. On that night start the chanting of two Malas of this Mantra daily for 21 days.
6. Every day offer sweets to Lord Sarabeswarar and then give away to kids.
When you want to practically use this Mantra to get success in any task, job, work or venture, chant the Mantra 21 times before commencing that particular task or work.
|Sarabeswarar Mantra for Success|
On the completion of the desired work, without fail offer sweets in a Shiv or Sharabheswhar temple.
Note - I do not advocate the use of such fierce Mantras and I should not be held responsible for any unfortunate event.