This Exorcism Ritual is performed on the day of a Amavasya [New Moon] or during the period of any harmful or inauspicious Tithi, Nakshatra or Yoga, including the Mrityu Yoga, according to the Hindu Calendar.
The Tantrik/Practitioner/Healer normally performs the Exorcism-Ritual by following the steps listed below.
1] The practitioner takes 1 Banana leaf and keeps 3 rounded mounds of Cooked Rice [approximately 3 portions of a Katora of Cooked Rice] on the Banana leaf and places a Turmeric Stick[Haldi Stick] on all the 3 mounds of Rice.
2] He then places the items listed below on the Banana leaf.
7 Black Peppercorns
7 Clove Sticks
7 Small Black Colored Stones
1 Raw Egg of Hen with a small hole at the top. The practitioner draws three horizontal lines on the Egg with Kajal[Khol]
7 different varieties of Pulses [small quantities]
3 Bibwa Seeds [botonical name – Semecarpus anacardium]
1 Doll prepared from Atta [Wheat Dough]
5 different varieties of Flowers[crushed]
3] The practitioner then lights a couple of Agarbatti/Incense Sticks in front of the Banana leaf and performs an Utara of the afflicted person. Utara is a simple Exorcism Ritual, in which an item/ingredient is rotated from head to toe over the body of a person who is believed to be possessed by a demonic entity..
Finally, after the Utara, the Banana leaf is immersed in a body of flowing water.
Note- There are no Mantras or any other kind of Spells required for practicing this Exorcism Ritual, which is called in the Hindi language as Bure Sapne Dur Karne Ka Upay.