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Laxmi Prapti Mantra to Revive Failing Business

A easy method of preparing a basic yet most powerful good luck, fortune and money attraction charm for business progress or to revive a business, which is on the downslide is described by me in this post. This simple Laxmi Prapti Mantra Upay for putting a failing business back on track is performed using a Laxmi Mantra infused charm.

The Laxmi Mantra remedy can be performed on any auspicious Tithi, Shubh Muhurat, and Hindu festival or on any Friday, which is universally considered to be the best day of the week to worship and perform Mantra Experiments and Totke dedicated to the Goddess of Money and Abundance.

After, bathing and wearing fresh clothes, the practitioner should take a clean, unbroken leaf of the Behada tree, this as already explained in earlier articles in known as the Vibhitaka tree in the Sanskrit language and Beleric Myrobalan in English.

The Behada leaf should be washed with clean drinking water and kept on a Puja Thali placed on a wooden board and a Diya of Pure Cow Ghee and a couple of Agarbatti should be lit in front of it.

After this, the practitioner should sit down comfortably and chant the Laxmi Mantra given below for 5 Malas or 540 Mantra Repetitions. This Kriya is said to infuse the Behada leaf with the energy of the Laxmi Mantra. A Sphatik or Kamal Gatta Mala is considered to be the best rosary for this Mantra Experiment.

Laxmi Prapti Mantra Upay for Reviving a Failing Business
Laxmi Prapti Mantra for Failing Business

After this, the practitioner should place the Behada leaf in his cash box, money safe, and locker or money storage cupboard in his office, shop or business place.

The same remedy is equally effective for someone who is not a business person, but facing sever money shortage.

This concludes the Laxmi Mantra Upay for a Failing Business. This Behada leaf can be kept inside a transparent plastic cover.  In case, the Behada leaf is damaged, it should be immersed in any flowing water body and the same Dhan Prapti Totka described above can be repeated.

Note- Kindly read the English version of the Mantra as Shreem Laxmi Bhagavati Namo Namah ||


  1. Can i try sir, i m unemployed person under huge debts

  2. Sir can i do this prayog, i m an unemployed person

    1. Yes, you can surely perform this Mantra Experiment to get some sort of reasonable employment.

  3. Pls clarify the laxmi word is twice in Sanskrit but once in English version
    Which one is correct form

    1. See the note, which has already been published at the bottom of the post.


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