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Immense Benefits of Mangal Chandika Stotram

The Mangal Chandika Stotram is most sacred Hindu religious composition, which is said to be recited by none other than Lord Shiva himself in order to worship the Mother Goddess Chandika or Chandi Devi and seek her aid and blessings.

This small composition has immense inherent divine powers and is also sometime called as the all-needs meeting Mantra.

Reciting the Mangal Chandika Stotra gives immense benefits, the main benefits are highlighted below.

1] To get freedom from debts or to avoid getting into the debt trap.

2]To keep Lakshmi Sthir and make your financial condition stable and never face shortages of money and lead a contented and happy life without facing material hardships.

3]To remove domestic strife and avoid arguments, fights, differences of opinion and disagreements withing the family. The Mangal Chandika Stotra is very effective in removing any kind of husband-wife disputes.

4]To avert any disputes regarding the house, land and property.

5]To remove Vastu Dosha and exorcise other harmful and evil energies from the house and make the atmosphere in the house happy and prosperous.

6]To remove any obstacles or problems, which are preventing or delaying marriage. The Mangal Chandika Stotra is especially effecting in removing Manglik Dosha, which creates severe obstacle in finding a suitable match for any boy or girl of marriageable age.

7]According to traditional Indian and Vedic Astrology the Upasana of the Mangal Chandika Stotra is most beneficial in resolving the harmful effects of a malefic Mars in the horoscope of an individual.

The Mangal Chandika Stotra should be recited in morning, afternoon and evenings on Tuesdays and if possible also on Fridays.

The recommended Daan[donations to the poor and needy] are Masur Dal, Jaggery, Red Colored Clothes and Red Colored Fruits.

If reciting the Mangal Chandika Stotra for a specific purpose, then it should be recited for 5 consecutive Tuesdays. A woman having her monthly cycle, can take a break and continue from where she dis-continued.

Comments

  1. Dear neel ji
    Can it be recited everyday 108 times and also for wish like getting love or beloved person for love
    Regards

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  2. pranam neel sir ..is this Mangal chandika strotra is the same "argla strotra " ??? or sidh kunjika strotra ..?? is there are not any side effects of recitation and daan is compulsory ???

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  3. Can I start this on Tuesday of krishna paksha or no?

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  4. Dear Neel Ji Hari Om. What is the Mangal chandika strotra. It is not mention in your site. Please help and publish the sttra. Thanks
    Dev Raj Juneja

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  5. jai gurudev
    where is the mangal chandika stotram

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  6. Sharing a reference link for those who can't find it.
    http://www.hindupedia.com/en/Mangala_Chandika_Stotram

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  7. Dear Neel Sir,
    I have Angarak Yoga in my horoscope.Can I chant this Mangal Chandika Stotram to get rid of malefic effects of Mars in my horoscope?If yes,then how many times should I chant per day?

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  8. यह "मंगल चंडिका स्तोत्र"ब्रह्म वैवर्त पुराण द्वितीय प्रकृति खंड से है,जो नारद नारायण संवाद के रूप
    मे है.

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  9. Stotra Link and meaning in hindi , english
    http://ioustotra.blogspot.in/2011/09/mangal-chandika-stotram.html

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  10. So Shiva chanted this mantra to be debt free,to end his vasthu dosha and to settle his marriage issue. Wow

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  11. OM HREEM SHREEM KLEEM SARVA-POOJYEI DEVEE MANGAL CHANDIKE
    AIEM KROOM FAT SWAAHAA

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    1. Dear Satya nidhi wat is a
      That u wrote, for wat purpose,n how many times, but why u wrote this here any relation pls, answer

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  12. Mangal chandika stotra was not published in the main
    article.
    This is the stotra to be chantad 10 lacs times

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  13. Will do it for 40 days can take the break f this . Can I do in mensuration time also.

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  14. Sir...I have Shani Mangal yuti in 4th place in my horoscope...Can i recite this daily? Thank You!

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  15. Dear guruji
    1.Do we require to take diksha first before chanting the strota/astakam/kavach ?.
    2. what the proper proceder/steps. to do before chanting strota ?.or we can just sit down and start chanting the strota ?

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    1. In my opinion there is no need for Diksha, just sit down peacefully and relaxed and chant the Stotra.

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