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The Mahabhairav Videshan Mantra

The Mahabhairav Videshan Mantra is a Tamas Guni Aghori Prayog to create enmity between two persons; mostly lovers. Only the husband or wife in the Tamsik Mode can practice this Sadhana to remove one of the triangles of a love triangle. Likewise this Prayog is also used to divide business or political rivals or two friends by creating enmity amongst them.

The Siddhi over the Mantra is gained on the day of Holi, by chanting 11 Malas of the Mantra. The Mala used for counting the chants has to be one which is made from human bones.

Then for actual use it has to be chanted 108 times daily for 41 days. The words “Amuko and Amuka” in the Mantra have to be replaced with the names of the persons sought to be separated. This is one of the dangerous Hindu Prayogs and is not recommended for use by anyone.

A fearsome Hindu Mantra to divide people
The Mahabhairav Videshan Mantra 

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  1. sir pl tell me some other malas instead of human bones pl sir am a girl pl sir

  2. Namaskar, can this mantra be activated or to get siddhi only on holi or can it be done on amavyasa or any other days. also for the prayog can we do more chanting in less days. ie, instead of only doing 108 times for 41 days, can we chant more times in fewer days..

    1. The Mantra Prayog has to be done exactly as written in the post.

  3. Does tantra say what kind of human bone? Mostly malas are made of bones from the back bone. I have one made from normal bones collected from a grave, they are small bones tied together. Will that do?

  4. While chanting to attain siddhi, what should be said in places of amuko and amuka

    1. Even for Siddhi chant the Mantra as given in the post with amuka and amuka included.

  5. You mean it can be replaced with peoples name?

    1. The names have to be inserted after Siddhi, when you wish to actually use the Mantra, for Siddhi it should be chanted as given in the article.


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