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Jain Mantra for Child Health and Safety

This is a Jain Mantra for Child Health and Safety; it is helpful in treating a child who is suffering from fever or any unknown ailment. The Mantra is also used to protect and get rid of any kind of Black Magic or Buri Nazar [Evil-Eye]. It will be of great help to mothers concerned about the health and welfare to their child.

I really liked this mantra when I first heard it; it invokes the Jain Tirthankar Bhagwan Parshwanath; the 23rd of the Thirthankars and one of the most widely worshiped of the Jain deities.  Again what is impressive is that this is a Siddha Mantra and does not need you to gain mastery over it. The Mantra Prayog is also simple; all that has to be done is to take a little bit of water in a cup and holding the cup in your right hand chant this Jain Mantra to infuse it with the potency of the mantra. The infused water has to be given to the Child to drink.

A Mantra of the Jain religion for the health and welfare of a child
Jain Mantra for Child Health and Safety

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  1. I know a boy in relations who has lost eyesight in one eye after a fatal fall. Doctors said that it is a natural phenomenon of healing , if at all, in the case of depressed nerve of eye.

    2) in this scenario, is this mantra effective

    3) if yes, how many times daily it has to be chanted for infusion

    4) for how many days

    1. This Jain Mantra is said to remove negative energies from the surroundings of a child.
      It should be practiced once daily until you notice positive results.
      As regards the loss of eye-sight, the Mantra can be used along with the on-going medical treatment.

  2. Hey cheers!thanks for the information and for creatng awareness.Keep update the blog with new posts to aware people like us.I would like to suggest Leela Hospitals Medchal ,motinagar for any health problems.


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