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Vijaya Laxmi Mantra

Vijay means victory and Vijaya Laxmi; the Laxmi who gives victory; is one of the Ashta Laxmi or the eight forms of Laxmi. This is the Vijaya Laxmi Mantra; the meaning of this mantra is – I pray to the Laxmi who gives victory OR I pray to the Laxmi who is victory.

These are simple mantras to for meditation upon Laxmi; the giver of wealth. Such mantra Sadhana can be commenced especially during auspicious Indian festivals like Diwali, Dussehra or Navratri.

This mantra becomes potent when the number of chants crosses the 700, 000 mark; a long term meditation mantra can be divided into a fixed number of chants per day as per ones wishes. Both the Laxmi Mantras have the same meaning and any one of them can be chanted.

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Vijaya Laxmi Mantra

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