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Vashikaran By Pagri Mantra

In this post, I have written about a Vashikaran By Pagri/Pagdi Mantra for putting an Occult Vashikaran Spell on any particular wished for person. The Mantra is said to make that person infatuated and bewitched  with the practitioner and come under his strong Voodoo Vashikaran Spell and act according to the requirements of the practitioner.

This Vashikaran Mantra has its origins in Jainism as can be seen from the wordings. The word Pagri/Pagdi  in the context of this Vashikaran Mantra, includes all kinds of headgear and turbans, which make the use of a long Dupatta like cloth.

The wordings of the Vashikaran Mantra given below is correct in all respects and it is in accordance with the original Jain text.  I have seen some incorrect versions of the same Vashikaran Mantra in some places.

पगरी द्वारे किसी भी व्यक्ति को वश करने का वशीकरण मंत्र इन हिंदी एंड इंग्लिश 
Vashikaran Mantra Using Turban to Attract any Person in Hindi and English

मंत्र
ॐ ह्रीं णमो अरहंताणं, ॐ ह्रीं णमो सिद्धाणं | ॐ ह्रीं णमो आयरियाणं | ॐ ह्रीं णमो उवज्झायाणं | ॐ ह्रीं णमो लोए सव्वसाहूणं | [ अमुकं ] मम वश्यं कुरु कुरु | वषट
Mantra
Om Hreem Namo Aarahantaanam, Om Hreem Namo Siddhanam | Om Hreem Namo Aayariyaanam | Om Hreem Namo Uvajjhayaanam |  Om Hreem Namo Loye Savvasaahoonam | [ Amukam ] Mam Vashyam Kuru Kuru | Vashat

There is no Mastery procedure for this Vashikaran Mantra and it can be used any time to fascinate and person and make that person spellbound with the practitioner.

The Vashikaran Mantra should be chanted 21 times taking the name of the desired person in place of Amukam-अमुकं, while wearing the Pagri.

After this, the practitioner should tie a knot at the bottom of the end point at the back of the Dupatta near the back of his head.
                                       
The Tantra says that, when the practitioner comes face to face with the desired person that person will come under his Voodoo Vashikaran Spell.

Comments

  1. second point not understand after wearing pagadi we have to tie knot at the bottom of the pagadi .. u have told dupatta means what pls explain

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    1. Yes, it also means the end cloth at the back side of the pagadi.

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  2. Can I use a bandana for the same in place of a turban?

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    1. If it is possible to tie a knot, otherwise it will not work.

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  3. Pranam,
    Do we need to come face to face to that person wearing the Pagadi or its fine to remove the Pagdi once we are done with Mantra and tieng the knot. Also will the spelled person be inn your Vashikaran only while wearing Pagadi? Please advise.

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    1. The Pagadi should be worn, while coming face to face with the desired person.
      After that there is no need to wear the Pagadi after that person comes under the Vashikaran Spell.

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