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Shiva Mantra to Fulfil Wishes on Maha Shivaratri

In this post, I have written about a Fast Working 3 Words Mantra of Lord Shiva for easily pleasing Lord Shiva and getting his blessing in fulfilling any cherished or desired wish. This Mantra is dedicated to the Ashutosh Roop of Lord Shiva and it can also be chanted by those people who are striving to get material or spiritual benefits on the most auspicious occasion of Maha Shivaratri.

As is well known, Mahadev, Ashutosh, Rudra, Neelkanth, Mritunjay, and Gaurishankar are the 6 Roop or Forms of Lord Shiva and each one of them is worshiped by Shiv Bhakts in order to get specific benefits and boons from Lord Shiva.

3 words Shiva Mantra to Fulfil Wishes on Maha Shivaratri

Ashutosh is also one of the names of Lord Shiva, which appears in most versions of the 108 Popular Names of Shiva called the Shiva Ashtottara Shatanamavali.

Ashutosh is the form of Lord Shiva as Bholenath, which is the easiest to appease. Hence, many devotees of Shiva worship the Ashutosh Roop for getting quick gains and fast fulfillment of wishes and easing psychological problems and getting quick relief.

The Mantra Chanting can be started on any day or on a Monday, which is also considered to be a most auspicious day for starting any kind of worship dedicated to Lord Shiva.

The Mantra Chanting can also be earmarked for the most sacred and beneficial day of Maha Shivaratri.

There are no specific requirements needed in order to start the chanting of this Mantra, except that the chanter should have complete faith and belief in Lord Shiva.

मंत्र 
ॐ आशुतोषाय नमः ||
Mantra 
Om Ashutoshay Namah ||

The meaning of this Mantra- I salute/bow/to the Shiva who can be appeased easily.

Notes- The Mantra should be chanted 108 times daily preferably using a Rudraksha Beads counting rosary or it can be chanted for a fixed period of time every day.

The devotee should have complete clarity in his mind about the wish or desire that he wants to be fulfilled quickly.

The chanter can chant the Mantra for the fulfillment of any wish or desire, including those wishes related to gain of money and wealth, destruction of enemies, success in love and marriage, getting a job or getting relief from mental or physical problems.

More Mantras, Prayers, and articles about Lord Shiva can be seen in the section on Shiva Mantra and Tantra.

The Hindi language video of this Shiva Mantra can also be seen on our YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW49DvJ_pOk 

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