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Success in Mantra and Upay According to Tithi as Per Hindu Calendar

Hindu Mantras, Yantras, and Supernatural Remedies or Upay are divided into some broad categories, like Stambhan, Uchchatan, Maran, Vashikaran, Sammohan, and Akarshan collectively called Karmas. These Mantras, Yantras, and Upay can be more effective and powerful and Success or Karya Siddhi be gained fast if they are practiced on specific Tithis or dates as per the Hindu Panchang or Lunar Calendar.

The Hindu Month is divided into two parts; the Shukla Paksha or the Bright Fortnight followed by Purnima or Full Moon Day and the Krishna Paksha or the Dark Fortnight followed by Amavasya or New Moon Day. In this article, I have described, which Karma can be more powerful and effective if it is started or practiced on which Tithi.

These general recommendations will apply if the Mantra, Yantra, or Upay Prayog has yet to be prescribed any specific Tithi.

Which Mantra should be practiced on which Tithi

Pratipada / प्रतिपदा: Stambhan Karma or Immobilization of any one or any thing.

Dwitiya / द्वितीया: Uchchatan Karma or removal of enemies or rival or other unwanted persons from your surroundings or life.

Tritiya / तृतीया: Akarshan and Vashikaran Karma or Voodoo Attraction and Love Spells.

Chaturthi / चतुर्थी: Stambhan Karma.

Panchami / पंचमी: Maran Karma or spells to destroy enemies or give them great pain and suffering.

Shashti / षष्ठी: Uchchatan Karma.

Saptami / सप्तमी: Vashikaran Karma.

Ashtami / अष्टमी: Sammohan and Vashikaran Karma or Hypnotism and Attraction Mantra Experiments.

Navami / नवमी: Sammohan and Vashikaran Karma

Dashmi / दशमी: Mild or Neutral Mantra Experiments, if this Tithi falls on a Thursday or on a Pushya Nakshatra it is advisable not to start any new Mantra Experiments.

एकादशी / Ekadashi: Maran Karma or Paranormal Experiments to Harass Enemies and Rivals.

द्वादशी / Dwadashi: Mukh Stambhan or Shutting the Mouth of any person and Maran Karma.

त्रयोदशी / Trayodashi: Akarshan, Vashikaran and Sammohan Karma

चतुर्दशी / Chaturdashi: Stambhan Karma.

Purnima / पूर्णिमा: Maran or any other Paranormal Experiments to destroy enemies and rivals.

Amavasya / अमावस्या: This is a very effective Tithi to use any Siddhi. If Amavasya falls on a Tuesday important Siddhi can be practiced or Powerful Siddhis can be gained fast.


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