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Five Most Powerful Mantras for Wealth and Fulfilling Wishes

This article describes the five most powerful Mantras of Shri Ganesha, Lakshmi Devi, and Shri Krishna to fulfill wishes, get money, wealth, and tremendous prosperity, and get happiness from that wealth and enjoy life to the fullest. These are very sacred Money Mantras that have the supernatural powers of giving fast results if they are recited with Bhakti in these Deities.

1] Vishnu Lakshmi Mantra for Bright Future: This Vishnu Lakshmi Mantra has the supreme power to enhance the future of the devotee and enable him to shine, excel, and top in whatever he does. This is a very fast working Mantra for attracting good luck and fortune.
Mantras for Fulfilling Wishes

The Mantra should be recited 108 times every day in the morning or evening.

The Hindi video of this Lakshmi-Vishnu Mantra can be seen on our YouTube Channel: Ujjwal Bhavishya Aur Kismat Chamkane Ke Liye Vishnu-Lakshmi Mantra

2] Lakshmi-Ganesha Mantra to Get Money and Wealth:
This is a very beneficial Ganesha-Lakshmi Mantra to get all kinds of prosperity and remove poverty and sadness from the home. This is an abundance-attracting Mantra that gives happiness and joy and eradicates all negative vibrations from the house.

The devotee has to sit facing the east direction and recite a minimum of One Mala of this Mantra daily until his problems are resolved and he is satisfied with the outcome of Sadhana.

|| ॐ गम् लक्ष्म्यौ आगच्छ आगच्छ फट् ||
|| Om Gam Lakshmyau Aagachchh Aagachchh Phat ||

The Hindi video of this Ganesha-Lakshmi Mantra to Remove Poverty and unhappiness can be viewed here: Garibi Se Mukti Pane Ka Lakshmi-Ganesh Mantra

3] Ganesha-Mahalakshmi Mantra to Prosper in Business: This is a very strong Mantra Chant to prosper in trade, business, and commerce. The Mantra must be chanted 108 times or in multiples of 108 every day until the devotee is satisfied by the results given by the Mantra.

The Mantra will even resolve all obstacles, delays, and negative energies, which are stopping the growth of the business and making the business become profitable and flourish. 

|| ॐ गणेश महालक्ष्म्यै नमः ||
|| Om Ganesh Mahalakshmyai Namah ||

4] Shri Krishna Mantra to fulfill difficult wishes: If despite trying everything and working relentlessly, your wish is not being fulfilled due to obstacles and delay or things that are beyond your control you can chant this Shri Krishna Mantra as much as you want by surrendering to Lord Shri Krishna.

The Mantra can be recited until the wish is fulfilled. The meaning of the Mantra is “ I surrender to Shri Krishna who controls everything in the Universe and can do anything because the Universe is present inside him”

|| ॐ श्री कृष्णाय शरणं मम: ||
|| Om Shri Krishnah Sharanam Mamah ||

The Hindi video of the Krishna Mantra can be viewed here: Har Iccha Aur Manokamna Jaldi Puri Karne Ka Krishna Mantra

5] Shri Krishna Mantra for tremendous money and wealth gain:
This Shri Krishna Mantra must be recited 108 times every day to attract every kind of wealth and money. The Mantra can be recited in the mind by the devotee.

|| क्लीं ग्लौं क्लीं श्यामलांगाय नमः ||
|| Kleem Glaum Kleem Shyamangalaya Namah ||

The Hindi Video of the Shri Krishna Money Mantra can be seen here: Apar Dhan Pane Ka Shri Krishna Mantra


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