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Islamic Bisa Yantra for Good Luck

In this post, I have written about an Islamic version of the most powerful and famed Hindu Bisa Yantras. This Muslim Bisa Yantra is simple to make and use and it is said to be most effective and beneficial in attracting good fortune, luck and all round gains and profits for the user of the Yantra.

Bisa or Beesa Yantras as explained numerous times in earlier articles on Yantras are specific kinds of most powerful magical diagrams, invoking the powerful forces of nature to succeed in specific tasks or fulfill specific purposes.

The procedure is simple and can be practiced by any person by following the easy method given below,

1] The Bisa Yantra should be prepared on Jummeraat or Jumme Ki Raat, which is the night before Jumma or Friday. This is considered to be an auspicious,  effective and beneficial time for performing most Islamic religious or paranormal rituals.

2] The practitioner has to be facing the West Direction and light Loban Dhoop [Incense] and then write the Yantra on White Paper with black, green or blue colored ink using an ordinary ink or ball pen.

Islamic Bisa Yantra for Good Luck and Fortune
Muslim Bisa Yantra for Good Luck

3] Then, he can place the Bisa Yantra in a metal locket or a cloth Tabeez and wear it on the wrist or upper arm of the right hand or around the neck, like a good luck attraction charm.

This concludes the procedure of preparing and using this Islamic variant of the Bisa Yantra.

Note- For more variety of Islamic paranormal rituals, see the section on – Muslim Yantras-Mantras

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  1. sir can we keep it in purse instead of wearing?

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  3. Sir can we keep this yantra in our pocket.

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  4. Sir is it necessary to light loban dhoop.Can we make thus yantra without lighting dhoop

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  5. Sir you have said to prepare the tabeez on jumme raat and also on night before jumma. Pls clarify

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