Aum kleem krishnaaya govindaaya gopijana vallabhaya
paraaya parama-purushaaya paramaathmaney
para-karma manthra yanthra aushadha asthra sasthraani sumhara sumhara mrithyor mochaya mochaya
aum namo bhagavathey maha sudharshanaaya deepthrae jwala paridhaaya sarvadhik-shobana-karaaya hoom put parabrahmaney paranjhothishye swaha.
Tackle Enemies (internal & external) with this sloka.
Internal enemies are fears, doubts, worries, ego, underconfidence, anger,illusions, delusions, depression etc
External enemies are friends,neighbours, relatives, acquaintances at work who wish to do you harm in some way, especially in the form of speech(gossip, politics, slander) and written word. She stops the negative speech and harmful intentions of others towards you. Therefore this mantra is traditionally used to stop those filing a wrongful and undeserved lawsuit against you; malicious gossip; slander; libel; bad behaviors of rude and aggressive neighbors, etc.
HLREEM is the beej mantra for Bagalamukhi.
Bagalamukhi or Bagala is one of the ten mahavidyas (great wisdom goddesses) in Hinduism. Bagalamukhi Devi smashes the devotee's (or the devotee's enemies') misconceptions and delusions with her cudgel. She is also known as Pitambara in Northern Parts of India.
"Bagalamukhi" is derived from "Bagala" (distortion of the original Sanskrit root "valgā") and "mukha", meaning "bridle" and "face", respectively. Thus, the name means one whose face has the power to capture or control. She thus represents the hypnotic power of the Goddess. Another interpretation translates her name as “crane faced”.
Bagalamukhi has a golden complexion and her dress is yellow. She sits in a golden throne in the midst of an ocean of nectar full of yellow lotuses. A crescent moon adorns her head. Two descriptions of the goddess are found in various texts- The Dwi-Bhuja (two handed), and the Chaturbhuja (Four handed).
The Dwi-Bhuja depiction is the more common, and is described as the Soumya or milder form. She holds a club in her right hand with which she beats a demon, while pulling his tongue out with her left hand. This image is sometimes interpreted as an exhibition of stambhana, the power to stun or paralyse an enemy into silence. This is one of the boons for which Bagalamukhi’s devotees worship her. Other Mahavidya goddesses are also said to represent similar powers useful for defeating enemies, to be invoked by their worshippers through various rituals.
Bagalamukhi is also called Pitambaradevi or Brahmastra Roopini and she turns each thing into its opposite. She turns speech into silence, knowledge into ignorance, power into impotence, defeat into victory. She represents the knowledge whereby each thing must in time become its opposite. As the still point between dualities she allows us to master them. To see the failure hidden in success, the death hidden in life, or the joy hidden in sorrow are ways of contacting her reality. Bagalamukhi is the secret presence of the opposite wherein each thing is dissolved back into the Unborn and the Uncreated.
Major temples to the goddess are situated in the Himachal Pradesh in the north, and at Nalkheda at Shajapur and Datia in Madhya Pradesh. Nepal, where the worship of tantric goddesses had Royal patronage, also has a large temple devoted to Bagalamukhi in the Newar city of Patan. The territory of the Bagalamukhi temple in Patan also has several other temples dedicated to Ganesha, Shiva, Saraswati, Guheswar, Bhairava etc. The main difference between any other temple and a Bagalamukhi temple is that if someone worships all the gods in this temple, they would actually worship all 330 million gods and goddesses at one place. Bagalamukhi Devi Temple is situated at Guma in Mandi, in the state of Himachal Pradesh in North India. Large numbers of Hindu devotees offer prayers here to fulfil their wishes. Bagalamukhi Puja is performed by an experienced Pandit, as any mistake in the ritual may result in bad effects.
Bagalamukhi Devi is one of the ten Hindu Goddesses of Power. Bagalamukhi Puja is performed according to Vedic ritual, to defeat enemies. It not only decreases the power of the enemy, but also creates an atmosphere where they become helpless. The Abhimantrit Bagalamukhi Yantra is also used for the same purpose. It protects the person from enemies and evils. There is a beautiful Mandir of Ma Bagalamukhi in Varanasi as well.
Bagalamukhi maha mantra is as below: OM HLEEM BAGALAMUKHI SARVA DUSHTANAM VAACHAM MUKHAM PADAM STAMBHAYA JIVHAAM KILAYA BUDDHIM VINASHAYA HLEEM OM SVAHA
Bagalamukhi maha mantra's meaning is as below: Oh Goddess, paralyse the speech and feet of all evil people. Pull their tongue, destroy their intellect.
The Maa Bagala Devi temple of Guwahati in the State of Assam is situated near the famous "Shakti" temple of Kamakhya in the Nilachal Hills. According to Shri Yogeshwaranand the author of Baglamukhi Sadhna Aur Siddhi these are the main precautions to do Baglamukhi sadhna 1.first prepare yourself to do sadhna. It means to do hard work. 2. select a mature Guru and get Diksha. 3. there are two methods of this pious sadhna, first- Dhakshin marg and second Vama marg. In these both margs Dakshin marg is understood better because of Vedic method, but it is also said that in Kaliyuga Vama marg is better because of early achievements. Hence firstly decide the Marg to which you are going to accept. 4. After getting Dhiksha start your Mantra-Japa according to the directions of your Guru. 5. For any Baglamukhi- sadhak it is necessary to use yellow garments, yellow Aasan, yellow(Haldi)rosary, yellow chandan(sandal)and yellow Bhog(dishes) in the worship of Bhagwati Pitambara. 6. To get Siddhi(kripa of Bhagwati) every one should try to go near Bhagwati by her worship, Hawan & Mantra- Japa, it means Adveit Bhava. (Adveit Bhava stands for that there is no difference between you and your Devta). 7.Every Sadhak (Priest or worshipper) should never tease any Jeevi---any animal, any bird or any human. He should never hurt anybody mentally or physically. 8. Bhagwati Bagla is Vashnavi Shakti, so she is understood the Palanhara of the world. This Mahashakti resides in all women, young and old, so never tease or harass women. A sadhak should always respect them like Bhagwati. Above all directions are used in both Marga(ways) of Sadhna.These both margs are the ways who carry a Sahak to his last Lakshya(aim)---Moksha. But some Sadhak use this Mahavidhya in Kamya-Karm. To do these Karmas one should use accurate methods, which are told by his Gurudev. In these Kamya Karmas this Mahavidhya is used to kill anybody, attract anybody, to make any body mad, or for similar things. This Mahavidya is mainly used for Stambhan, Ucchatan, Vashikaran etc. To get victory in elections & suits this Mahavidhya is highly effective. The enemies of a Bagla-Sadhak can not stand before him. They are destroyed like mosquitoes. Any Kritya-Prayoga can not stand before this Mahavidhya. This Mahavidhya is also said Pervidhya-Grasani. It means any Prayog madeby your enemy or done by any other Tantrik can never effect any Bagla-Sadhak. This Mahavidhya is used in various ways. But one should not use it above mentioned methods. You may protect yourself, but never cause harm to any one by using the power of this greatest Mahavidhya. But by any reason if a Sadhak becomes compelled to use these methods, he should learn them by his Gurudev. Baglamukhi sadhna is one of the great achievement in life because when you start doing Baglamukhi sadhna it is the symbol that you are on the right path of the life that is self knowledge or moksha. Hurdles in the path of moksha are kama, krodha, lobha , moha & ahankar. These are our internal enemies which can not be killed physically. When you start baglamukhi sadhna with no desire of fruit than you will feel that you are becoming more energetic & you are getting control on your thoughts because thoughts are first reason to do the good things or bad things. You will become what you think. And when you have control over it you can become what you want & you will achieve every goal in life.
Vaarahi is one of the Saivite Shakti deities with the group of goddesses known as SAPTAMATAS.
They are: Brahmi, Maheshwari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Vaarahi, Mahendri and Chamundi. They are the Shakti (female) equivalents of their male counterparts. Vaarahi is the Shakti of Bhairavar who is one of the Amsam of Bhairavar.
Created from the boar avatara of Vishnu, Vaarahi is often associated with Goddess Kamala (one of the Mahavidyas). She is also called Dandini (Lady Commander of the forces of the Mother-Goddess, symbolizing the might of SriVidya). As Vaarahi ("hog-faced" or "the great consumer") she destroys evil forces that obstructs the devotees' progress, paralyses the enemies, and led the devotees ultimately to SriVidyas. She is also called Panchami). With Kurukalla, she is accorded the parental status to Sri-Chakra (Lalita Tripura-Sundari). While Kurukalla represents the full moon, Vaarahi represents the new-moon.
Benefits of Vaarahi Pooja :
Mother Vaarahi protects all devotees who turn to Her for Her grace and blessings. She is an extremely powerful Goddess and bestows the following on those who worship Her with sincerity and devotion.
- Eliminates the "evil eyes" (also known as Drushti in Tamil and Nazar in Hindi).
- Wards off troubles from evil spirits.
- Wards off any kind of evil deeds or rituals (black magic) aimed at Her devotees.
- Protects the person from accidents.
- Makes the person blessed with word power, fame, good will etc.
- She dispels fear and bestows courage and confidence.
- Bestows wealth and exalted status in society.
- Supreme victory over enemies & all those who stand in the way of one's progress.
- Dispels disease and ill health.
- Grants happiness and prosperity.
Varahi Mantram :
Please consult Varahi Temple Priest or Priest in your local Devi Temple about Varahi Mantram. You can chant Varahi Stotra Mala, Varahi Anugrahashtakam and Varahi Nigrahashtakam.
You can find Varahi Stotra Mala in
Varahi Anugrahashtakam :
Varahi is one of the saptha mathrukas (seven mothers) who aided the devi in her fight against Shumbha, Nishumbha and their armies. She is described to have human body with eight arms, head of a boar and also having three eyes.
The Prayer to Mother Varahi to seek her blessings is called Varahi Anugrahashtakam
Matha jagatdrachana natake suthra dhara, Sadroopamakalyithum paramarthatho yam,
Eesopyameeswara padam sampaithi thadruk, Konyasthavam kimiva thavaka madha dathu.1
Namani kinthu granatha sthava loka thunde, Nadambaram sprusathi danda dharasya dhanda,
Thallesa langitha bhavambu nidheeya thoyam, Thannama samsmrutheriyam na puna sthuthisthe. 2
Twachinda nadarasamulla sada prameya, Nandhodayath samuditha sphuta roma harsha,
Mathar namami sudithani sadhetyamum thwa, Mabhyarthayerthamithi poorayathadhayalo.3
Indrendu mouli vidhi kesava mouli rathna, Rochischayojjwallitha pada saroja yugme,
Chethonathou mama sada prathibimbitha thwam, Bhooya bhavani bhava nasini bhavaye thwaam.4
Lelodrutha kshithi thalasya varahamoorther, Varaha moorthirakhilartha kari thwameva,
Praaleya rasmisukalollasithavathamsa, Thwam devi vamathanu bhagahara harasya. 5
Thamambha thaptha kanakojjwala kanthi mantha, Aarye chinthayanthi yuvathi thanu magaalaantham,
Chakrayudhm trinayanam vara pathri vakthram, Thesham padambhuja yugam pramanthi deva. 6
Thwath sevana skhalitha papachayasya matha, Mokshopi yasya na satho gananam upaithi,
Devasuroraga nrupoojitha pada peeta, Kasya sriya sa khalu bhajanatham ne dathe. 7
Kim dushkaram thwayi mano vishayam gathayam, Kim durlabham thwayi vidhanu vadarchithayam,
Kim durbharam thwayi sakruth smruthi magathayam, Kim durjayam thwayi krutha sthuthi vada pumsam. 8
The other prayer to Mother Varahi for protection from our enemies is called Varahi Nigrahashtakam.
You can find Varahi Nigrahashtakam in
Devi, kroda mukhithwadangri kamala dwandwa anurakthathmane, Mahyam druhyathi yo mahesi manasa kayenna vacha nara, Thasyasu thwadaogra nishtoorahala gatha prabhootha vyadha, Paryasyan manaso bhavanthu vapusha prana prayanonmukha., 1
Hey goddess, Who is with a very angry face,
Since I have devotion to your lotus like feet,
Any one who thinks of troubling me, by body, words or mind,
Should become extremely sad, beaten by your very dangerous iron plough,
And should become one from whose body the soul starts to depart.
Devi thwad pada padma bhakthi vibhava praksheena dushkarmani, Pradhur bhootha nrusamsa bhava malinam, vruthim vidathe mayi, Yo dehi bhuvane thadheeya hrudayannir gathwarair lohithai, Sadhya poorayase karabhja chashakam, vanchaphalair mamapi., 2
Hey goddess because I have lost all sins due to devotion to your lotus like feet,
He who observes dirty behavior towards me due to cruelty,
Should fill your drinking goblet by the blood of his heart,
And also please grant me all my desired objectives.
Chandothunda vidheerna dushta hrudaya prad binna raktha cchata, Halapana madhattahasa ninadhatopa prathapathkatam, Matharmath paripandhi namapahruthai, pranaisthwadangridhwayam, Dhyanoddamara vaibhavodaya vasath, sandharpayami kshaanath., 3
Because of meditating on you, after the great wonderful,
Powers which have dawned in me,
I offer at your feet the souls of my evil enemies, which were stolen by me,
By drinking the alcohol of their constant spurt of blood,
Caused by breaking the hearts of my enemies by your fierce and upturned face,
Accompanied by horrifying shouts which,
Emanates due to your zest from you from time to time.
Shyamam thamarasananaamgri nayanam somardha choodam jagath, Thrana vyagra halayudhaagramusalam santhra samudhravareem, Ye thwam raktha kapalineem hara varaarohe varahananam, Bhavai sandhadathe kadham kshanamapi prananthi thesham dwisham., 4
How can the enemies of those extremely devoted to you.
Who is black, who has lotus like feet and face,
Who wears the crescent of the moon,
Who caries with her a plough and an axe
As well the sign of terrorizing fear,
Who carries blood dripping skulls,
And who has the face of a wild boar,
Live for at least a few seconds?
Viswadheeswara vallabhe vijayase yaa thwam niyanthrathmika, Bhoothaanam purushayushaavdhi karee paka pradha karmanaam, Thwam yache bhavatheem kimapya vithadham ko madhvirodhi jana, Sthyayurmama vanchithavadhi bhaven mathasthavaivagnaya., 5
Victory to you, Mother, who is,
The darling of the lord of the universe,
Who controls the lives of all beings,
Who also exists as the killer of all beings,
Who controls the span of life of all men,
And who grants suitable rewards for action performed.
I request you Oh Goddess, that the life span of my enemies,
Should be as long as I desire, based on your orders.
Matha samyagupasithum jadamathisthwam naiva saknomyaham, Yadhapya anwitha daisikangri kamalanukrosa pathrasya may, Jandhu kaschana chinthayathya kusalam yasthasya thadvaisasam, Bhooya devi virodhino mama cha they sreya pada sangina., 6
Oh mother, as I am a fool, I am not capable of,
Properly worshipping you at any time,
Still having received the blessings of my guru,
I pray that any one who wishes bad things for me,
Should go to hell as he is my enemy,
And also pray that all the fame should come to me,
As I am a great devotee of yours.
Varahi vyadha mana manasa galath soukhyam thadasa balim, Seedantham yama prakruthadhya vasitham prapthakhilolpathitham, Kranthath bandhu janai kalam kitha kalam kandavrunodhyath krumeem, Pasyami prathiakshamasu pathitham brantham ludantham muhoo., 7
Hey Varahi, I who am devoted to you,
Should see my enemy with a sad mind,
Full of disappointment, very feeble and tired,
Made scared by the servants of god of death,
Full of all miseries and liabilities,
Surrounded by crying relatives,
And only contributing blemishes to his family.
Varahi thwamasesha janthushu puna pranathmika spandhase, Shakthi vyaptha charachara khalu yathasthwamethadhabhyarthaye, Thwath padambhuja sangino mama sukruth papam chikeershayanthi ye, Thesham mama kuru Sankara priyathame, dehantharava sthitham., 8
Hey Varahi, Because of the fact that,
By your own power you have spread yourself,
In all beings and you exist as the form,
Of Soul in all beings and make them throb,
I request a favour from you,
If any one wishes any bad things on me,
Who is the devotee of your lotus like feet,
You should not live within him any further,