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All powerful mantra

This is a most powerful Shabar Mantra of the Navnath Sampradaya which is dedicated to the Saint and Master Guru Gorakhnath; this is a mantra directed to all Gods and deities for all problems and purposes. This mantra invokes in the name of Guru Gorakhnath, the Shakti “Mahadevi”; the Mother Goddess and the Hindu Holy Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Hence this mantra reaches every deity in the atmosphere.

The Siddhi is obtained on the day of Diwali; it is said to be more potent and auspicious if chanted at night. The mantra has to be chanted 3348 times or for 31 Mala to get Siddhi, any kind of Mala can be used. Other than this there are no other conditions for doing this Mantra Sadhana.

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  1. Guru je mala kay hota hi eska matlab kay hi koi batao pleass

  2. This mantra has to be chanted on Diwali night only or it should be chanted on other days also. If so, how many times in a day?

    1. The Mantra Prayog is commenced on the night of Diwali and should continue till 31 Malas are chanted. This is said to grant Mastery to the Sadhak.The Sadhak can only take a break for essential chores like going to the toilet or having some food.
      After this there is no need to chant the Mantra again.

  3. sir if mala is not available, or i dont know the rules and regulations of using mala, can other method of counting can be used like counting on computer or a counting device.

    1. The use of the Mala is for counting a Mantra easily without loosing concentration.
      You can use other methods if you can concentrate on the Mantra and not on the Counting Aid.

  4. Guruji Namaskar..

    Guruji aap ka paas Kannada language Mantras books hai? I wanted Kannada language Mantras books.

  5. Namaste Guruji, from the day beginning I got the job I have had too many problems from my manager. Since I am working as a consultant and yesterday I had been called for a meeting and I have been forced to put paper. Now from today I am serving a month notice period, i don't want inform my mom that I will relieved in few days and make them upset. Please let me know whether I should start reciting mantra for getting a new job or can I try yantra for retaining job can be done. Please reply Guriji I'm in desperate need of your reply

  6. Gurujee pls reply can we chant it in the second day of Diwali which is 22 oct 2014 or we have to chant it on 23rd specifically.
    Please reply gurujee so I can start it from today.

    1. Both are most auspicious dates, however the 23rd will be better.

    2. Thankyou for the reply.
      I simply love you dear Sir.

  7. Hello Sir
    How can we use this mantra after attaining siddhi. Please help.

  8. I was wondering when Diwali is this year. I was also wondering if we have to repeat mantra for each repetition? Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Jonathan Pinault

  9. Can it b done during chandra grahan in march 2016

    1. The Siddhi for mastering this Mantra as per the text is Diwali, however, there is no harm in attempting it during a Solar or Lunar Eclipse.

  10. Namaskaar neel jee,
    Can my son chant this mantra in asadh navratri

  11. The day of Diwali is the recommended day for chanting the Mantra, however, you can try it during asadh Navratri

  12. Guruji, my kuldevi and aradhya devi is VANAV MAA" .plz send me mantra for chanting them for recieve blassing from him.

  13. Sir after getting Siddhi, how and for what purpose we can use this mantra?

  14. Isn’t the word Karini instead of karni?

  15. What will happen after mantra siddhi


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