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Stri Vashikaran Yantra to Charm Wished-For Woman

This article describes a very strong Stri or Woman Vashikaran using the Most Potent Beej Mantra Combination of Om and Hreem to send powerful attraction frequencies into the mind of the wished-for woman lover or even an unloving and uncaring wife to appear irresistible to your alluring charm and magnetic personality. This Stri Vashikaran Yantra also uses the Name of the Wished-for Lady.

This Vashikaran Charm can replace the need of reciting a Vashikaran Mantra and give the same or even better results in captivating the subject under a most powerful fascination spell.

The Technique of preparing and using this Stri Vashikaran Yantra:  The Yantra should be drawn on Bhojpatra or white paper with the ink of Gorochana. The name of the wished-for woman lover should be written in the middle of the Stri Vashikaran Yantra in place of the word – देवदत्त.

The enchanter can say a small prayer to his Ishta Devta to bless him with success in the Vashikaran Upay by fascinating the pinned-for woman and influencing her mind to get her love.

The enchanter should then put the Stri Vashikaran Yantra in a locket, wear it around his neck, and then go and express his love to the wished-for woman lover. This simple love spell allows the enchanter to control the subject and get her love.

Disclaimer: All information in this article originates from Vashikaran and Mohini Yantra Shastra. For the Vashikaran Upay to succeed, the Sadhak and the subject should be acquainted with each other and suitable for each other.


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