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Mantra to Successfully Overcome Challenges

This is a Shabar Mantra, which is said to increase the chances of the practitioner in successfully negotiating or overcoming any kind of challenge. The challenge can be in any  legal dispute,  contest, sport, dare, competition or debate and discussion in which he is competing with another person or persons to emerge victorious or come on top.

The Mantra Prayoga is for a total period of 41 days and it has to be started on a Tuesday.  At the outset,  the practitioner has to chant the Mantra given below 108 times daily for all the 41 days of the Mantra Prayoga, in order to get control over the Mantra and be able to actually use it for coming on top in any kind of challenge or contest.

मंत्र
ॐ नमो आदेश कामरू कामाक्षा देवी अग पहुरू भुडंगा पहुरू लोहे शरीर आवत हाथ तोडू पाँव तोडूँ सहाय हनुमान वीर उठ अब नरसिंह वीर तेरो सोलर सौ शृंगार मेरी पाठ लगे नहीं तो वीर हनुमन्त लजाने तू लेहु पूजा पान सुपारी नारियल सिन्दूर आपनी देहु सवाल मोही पर देह भक्ति गुरु की शक्ति फुरो मंत्र ईश्वरोवाचा ||
Mantra
Om Namo Aadesh Kaamroo Kamaksha Devi Aaga Pahuroo Bhudangaa Pahuroo Lohe  Sharir Aavat Hath Todoo Paavn Todoon Sahaaya Hanuman Veer Utha Aab Narasimha Veer Tero Solar Sou Shrungar Meri Paath Lage Nahin To Veer Hanumant Lajaane Too Lehu Puja Paan Supari Nariyal Sindoor Aapani Dehu Savaal Mohi Par Deha Bhakti Guru Ki Shakti Furo Mantra Ishvarovacha ||

For actual use, this experiment is performed before leaving the home to meet any challenge or participate in a contest/competition- The practitioner should wear a Lal Langota and keep a Prasad of Ladoo on a Geru Ka Chouka.  Then, he has to chant the Mantra 11 times and then eat a Ladoo.

Doing this, the Shabar Tantra say will greatly increases the chances of the practitioner in winning or coming on top in the challenge, which he faces.

Note- the word challenge in the context of this Mantra Experiment is broad term for any such thing in which the practitioner is in competition with others and where there is only one winner.

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  1. As I am getting bad thoughts & images about God, If I chant Shabar Mantras, Is there any side effects for me or my family?

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  2. Will it be helpful in competing business competitors?

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