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Kamsutra Mantra - How to Chant Kamsutra Mantra?

Kamsutra Mantra is chanted for attracting the opposite sex or for the fulfillment of sexual desires. It is also chanted for creating attraction in a particular person we love.

Kamsutra Mantra

नमो भगवते कामदेवया 
यस्य यस्य दृश्यो भवामि 
यश्च यश्च मूखम पश्चयती 
तत मोहायतु स्वाहा 
Om Namo Bhagavate Kamdevaya
Yasya Yasya Drishyo Bhavami
Yascha Yascha Mookam Paschayati
Tata Mohayute Swaha


How to Chant Kamsutra Mantra?

  • The person chanting the mantra should take bath early in the morning. First offer prayers to Ganesha.
  • Wear yellow color cloth.
  • The puja is to be performed facing northeast.
  • Light lamp using cow ghee by adding dried flowers in it. One wick is preferred.
  • Offer fragrant flowers.
  • Light natural agarbatti of flowers.
  • Offer fragrant water like ittar or natural perfume.
  • Offer seasonal colorful fruits.
  • Chant the mantra 108 times.
  • The puja should be repeated in the evening.
  • The prayer and puja has to be performed for 21 days.

Kamsutra in Hinduism is associated with natural love making. The permission, consent and willingness of the partner are a must for lovemaking. Any kind of force, coercion or other selfish methods will boomerang on the person.

Cleanliness, quiet place, fragrance and light music are preferred while making love.

In Hindu religion, Kamdev is a young handsome man. He has wings, holds bow made of sugarcane and arrows made of fragrant flowers. Consort of Kamdev is Rati. The blessing of Kamdev and Rati is necessary for getting ideal sexual partner.