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Ganesh Kuber Mantra For Wealth

Ganesh Kuber mantra is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the remover obstacles in life, and Kuber, the treasurer of the wealth of gods in Hinduism. The mantra is to be chanted on Wednesday. Ganesh Kuber Mantra For Wealth ॐ नमो गणपतये कुबेर येकद्रिको फट् स्वाहा। Om Namo Ganpataye Kubera Yeka driko Phat Swaha How To Chant The Mantra? On a Wednesday, wake up early in the morning and after taking bath offer prayers to Ganesha and Kuber. Light lamp, light agarbatti, offer red color flowers, offer durva grass and offer lal chandan (red sandalwood paste). Make Prasad using pure ghee and jaggery. Now chant the mantra 108 times. After puja share Prasad with family members. A portion of the Prasad should be given to a cow. Perform this puja and chanting of mantra for 21 Wednesdays.

Saptha Akshara Sri Krishna Mantra For Desire Fulfillment

Saptha Akshara Sri Krishna mantra is a rare mantra dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The mantra helps in achieving peace and prosperity and helps in desire fulfillment. The mantra is ideal for those spiritual seekers who are on the path of liberation or moksha. This 17 letter mantra is believed to provide buddhi and siddhi. Saptha Akshara Sri Krishna Mantra ऊं श्रीं नमः श्रीकृष्णाय परिपूर्णतमाय स्वाहा   Om Shreem Namah Shri Krishnaya Paripurnatmaya Swaha How to Chant Saptha Akshara Sri Krishna Mantra? The mantra is to be chanted for 21 days starting on a Thursday. Wake up early in the morning , take bath, and wear yellow color dress. Offer prayers to Ganesha in mind. Sit facing east before the picture of Sri Krishna. Offer deep (lamp), dhoop (agarbatti), yellow color banana, yellow flowers and chandan. Chant the mantra 108 times and keep count on a chandan mala. Feed a cow jaggery and roti made using ghee. Continue this for 21 days for desire fulfillment.

Janaka Gita – Importance and Teachings

Janaka Gita is a composition of songs attributed to King Janaka. It is found in the Upashanti Prakarana of Yoga Vasistha. It presents the stream of thoughts that passed through the mind of philosopher-king Janaka on hearing the Siddha – Gita sung by certain Siddhas outside his palace. The teachings are of great importance as it comes from the mouth of a king who had the power to enjoy all the pleasures on earth. King Janaka appears in many places in Hindu scriptures. He was very interested in philosophy and himself was a Guru. He was in the constant company of Siddhas – souls who had attained perfection or self-realization. Janaka Gita consists of 65 verses. King Janaka points out that the mind is the root cause of all miseries of mortals and that the remedy lies in the annihilation of the mind. Janaka Gita Teachings The text states that every year, every month, every day, and every moment, men experience pleasures – but, in reality, they are in pain. All riches and enj