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Baglamukhi Japam & path

Baglamukhi Japam & path

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Deity of Bagalamukhi Mantra
Devi Bagala is the deity of Bagalamukhi Mantra. She is also called ‘Valgamukhi’. ‘Bagala’ or ‘Vagla’ literally means a ‘rope’ or a ‘bridle’ ? that is put in the mouth to control the movements of tongue – and ‘mukhi’ means ‘faced’. She is the super power who can destroy all evil powers. Devi Bagalamukhi gives one the power to put a bridle (control) on his enemies. She blesses one with the power of confident and decisive speech. She is also called ‘Pitambari Devi’ as complexion is golden; she wears yellow clothes and sits on a golden throne. Bagalamukhi Mantra is portrayed as an angry goddess who holds a club in her right hand with which she kills a demon, while pulling his tongue out with her left hand. Bagalamukhi Devi is also known as ‘Brahmaastra Roopini’ and ‘Stambhan Devi’

Benefits of Bagalamukhi Mantra
Recitation of Bagalamukhi Mantra is believed to have miraculous powers. Bagalamukhi Mantra is known to ensure victory over enemies. Bagalamukhi Mantra is specially suggested for people in administration and management cadres, politicians, those facing debts or litigation problems, etc. Bagalamukhi Mantra can be used by a person who is facing losses in business, financial problems, false court cases, false accusations, debt problems, obstacles in profession, etc. Bagalamukhi Mantra is effective for those appearing for competitive exams, debates, etc. Bagalamukhi Mantra also helps in warding off evil spirits and evil eye.

Mata Bagalamukhi Mantra
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Om Hleem Bagalaamukhi Sarvadushtaanaam Vaacham Mukham Padam Stambhay Jihvaam Keelay Buddhim Vinaashaay Hring Om Swaha ?