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Evil Eye Removal Red Thread Talisman

In this post, I have described a Mantra Remedy for Exorcising the Evil-Eye using a Red Thread [ Mantra Abhimintrit Lal Dhaga] as an Exorcism Talisman. This Buri Nazar Exorcism Remedy can then be practiced by the practitioner to Exorcise the Evil-Eye for any affected person or animal or even an affected material thing.

You would have noticed a lot of people from all walks of life wearing a Buri Nazar Utarne Ka Laal Dhaga Upay around their necks, upper-arm or wrists. This is actually a Mantra Infused Red Thread, which acts like an Evil-Eye Removing Talisman.

To be able to Master this Vidya and be able to prepare such a Buri Nazar Exorcising Lal Dhaga, the procedure given below should be followed.

Hindu Evil Eye Removal Lal Dhaga Upay

1] The Mantra Prayog has to be performed on the Tritiya, Chaturthi and Panchami Tithi of the Shukla Paksha. During this period of 3 days, a total number of 1100 Mantra Chants have to be completed.

2] On the first day, the practitioner has to get up before Sunrise and have bath with normal unheated water and wear red blood colored clothes for performing the Mantra Sadhana.

3] He should then take a Chandra Darshan and do Namaskar to the Moon and then sit facing the East Direction on a red blood colored sitting mat and pray to his Kuldevta or if he does not have one, then to his favored deity for success in the Mantra Sadhana.

4] Then, using a Rudraksha Japa Mala, he has to chant the Mantra given below for a fixed number of Mantra Chants.

चंद्र सूरज दो नयन है, जगन्नाथ को प्यार | 
उसकी दया क्या हो गई, तो नज़र होत बेजार ||
Chandra Sooraj Do Nayan Hai, Jagannath Ko Pyar ||
Uski Daya Kyaa Ho Gaee, To Nazar Hot Bejaar ||

5] Finally, he has to take Surya Darshan and do Namaskar to the Sun and conclude the Mantra Sadhana for the day.

6] The same procedure should be followed on the next 2 days of the Mantra Sadhana. The only rule to be followed is that the practitioner must exceed the number of Mantra Chants chanted on the first day, by at-least 1 Mantra Chant on the second day and again exceed the number of the Mantra Chants of the second day by at-least 1 Mantra Chant on the third day. For example- 365, 366 and 369 sucessive Mantra Chants on the 3 days of the Mantra Sadhana.

This gets, the practitioner Mastery over this Exorcism Tantra, there after, he can infuse a red colored thread[Lal Dhaga] by infusing it with the Mantra by holding it in the hand and chanting the Mantra 108 times.

The practitioner can also infuse Vibhuti with the same Mantra and apply the Abhimintrit Vibhuti on the forehead of the person suffering from Evil-Eye.


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