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Most Powerful Vashikaran Mantra from Dattatreya Tantra

The Vashikaran Mantra given in this post is mentioned in an authentic version of the Dattatreya Tantra, which contains some of the most powerful Mantra Sadhanas and Prayogas. Most powerful Vashikaran Experiments can be performed using this Vashikaran Mantra.

Most followers of Vashikaran Vidya will be aware of the Vashikaran Mantras containing the words- “Aadi Rupaaya” or sometimes “Aadi Puravan”

However, this Vashikaran Mantra containing the words “Aadityarupaaya” is described in the Dattatreya Tantra. It is quite possible that all three Vashikaran Mantras are variations of the same basic Vashikaran Mantra.

Working Vashikaran Mantra from Dattatreya Tantra

Siddhi Sadhana of the Vashikaran Mantra
The Mantra given below should be chanted 10,000 times to get Siddhi over the Mantra. A Rudraksha Jaap Mala can be utilized for this purpose.

मंत्र
ॐ नमो आदित्यरूपाय अमुकस्याकर्षणं कुरु कुरु स्वाहा ||
Mantra
Om Namo Aadityarupaaya Amukasyaakarshanam Kuru Kuru Swaha ||

Experiments that can be practiced with this Vashikaran Mantra after getting Siddhi over the Mantra are given below.

First Vashikaran Experiment after mastering the Mantra
1] The Vashikaran Mantra should be written on a Bhojpatra with the name of the desired person in place of the word – Amukasya - अमुकस्या with the blood of the Anamika Ungli or ring as the ink using any small pointed wooden stick as the pen.

Then, the Bhojpatra should be kept immersed in a small container of honey. This is said to put the desired person under the most powerful Vashikaran Spell.

This is a Siddh Vashikaran Prayog as per the Dattatreya Tantra and works in an extremely powerful manner if it is sincerely practiced by the practitioner.

Second Vashikaran Experiment using the same Mantra
2] The practitioner has to prepare the ink using the juice of the leaves Kala or Black Dhatura Plant and mix it with a little bit of Gorochana and then write the name of the desired person on a Bhojpatra using a small pointed stick of the White Kaner Plant.

As in the first Vashikaran Experiment, the name of the desired man or woman should be written in place of the word - Amukasya - अमुकस्या

This is also said to be an Atoot or unbreakable love spell and the desired person is completed enchanted by the practitioner and acts as per the wishes of the practitioner.

This is also said to be the most powerful and effective Siddh Vashikaran Upay.

The Vashikaran Mantra does not have to be chanted while practicing both the Vashikaran Experiments given above, it only has to be written as described in this post.

There are also some other Vashikaran Spells that can be practiced using the same Vashikaran Mantra. I will write about them in the coming days.

Comments

  1. Pranam Neel sir, in how many days as earliest as possible the 10000 jaap should be completed ? & Can i use "kar maala" ( fingers) I'm comfortable in it as dnt have rosary !!
    Need reply sir ।..pranam 🙏

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  2. Pranam neel sir while chanting 10000 mantra at that time have to use name of the desired person or just as same "amukasya" ..?? Plz need your concern

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    1. You can use kar mala if your are used to it, the 10, 000 Mantra Chants should be completed in as short a period of time as possible with the name of the desired person.

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  3. I always get confused when the words amuksya,amukim.amukam etc come.kindly help to clear this fact.for example,if Dev is the name of desired person,then which one is correct in amuksya situation-dev or devsya.kindly reply so others can also know this.

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    1. That depends upon the wording of the Mantra and how it describes the targeted person.

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    2. Neel sir you didn't said that ...while chanting the mantra 10000 times i also have to use the desired person name on place "Amukashyam" or only while writing ?? Please clearify??
      Jai shri krishna jai shri ram 🙏🙏

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    3. Yes, you have to take the name of the person while chanting the Mantra 10, 000 times.

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  4. 10000 count to be done in how many days?

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