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Money Attraction Lakshmi Yantra

The Magic Yantra described in this article is a very beneficial Lakshmi Prapti Taweez or a Good Luck Charm to Attract money and wealth into your life and enjoy that wealth and be happy and satisfied.

Most people dream of becoming rich and wealthy people and getting immense joy and enjoyment from that wealth, this simple to make and use Dhan Prapti Yantra Upay should help these people to make their dream turn true.

The Process of Making the Lakshmi Prapti Taweez is as follows:
1] The Taweez / Yantra should be prepared on a small square piece of white paper using red ink any day in the morning or evening after bathing and wearing clean clothes.
Dhan Prapti Taweez of Lakshmi Mata

2] The Devotee should light a Diya of Pure Ghee and a couple Agarbatti before the Yantra / Taweez and then pray to Goddess Lakshmi to get her blessing in fulfilling your wish of attracting money and wealth and becoming a rich and wealthy person.

3] The Taweez should be folded, kept in a silver locket, and worn around the neck. It can also be laminated and kept in the front pocket of your shirt.

5] The Devotee should chant any one of the two Money and Wealth Mantras given below for One Mala or 108 Mantra Repetitions every day.

|| ॐ धनाय नमः ||
|| Om Dhanaaya Namah ||

|| ॐ लक्ष्मी नमः||
|| Om Lakshmi Namah ||

The benefits of this most powerful and effective Lakshmi Prapti Taweez should be visible within a few days and the Devotee should be able to fulfill his wishes and desire of becoming a rich and prosperous person in a few days.

Note: The Hindi video of this Dhan Prapti Yantra Upay can be seen on our YouTube Channel: Lakshmi Mata Ka Dhan Prapti Yantra Upay


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