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Dhan Yash Prapti Lakshmi Yantra

This article describes two very beneficial Money and Wealth Getting Yantras called Dhan Yash Prapti Yantras to please Goddess Lakshmi and obtain wealth, success, and everlasting happiness because just possessing money without enjoying it is useless.

Both the Dhan Yash Prapti Yantras possess the same potency hence the Devotee can make and utilize the Divine Force of any one of the two Lakshmi Yantras to obtain domestic and commercial prosperity.

The Vidhi is described below 1] The selected Yantra must be made on a Friday or a Tuesday after having a full body bath and wearing clean washed clothes.

Lakshmi Yantra for Money

Yantra of Goddess Lakshmi

2] The Prana Pratishtha or ritual to bring life into the Yantra should be done by lighting incense and an oil lamp before the Yantra and placing fresh-smelling yellow colored flowers before it.

3] The Devotee should then chant any preferred Mantra of Lakshmi Devi 108 times. Some useful Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi can be seen in the article: Most Powerful Mantras of Goddess Lakshmi Devi.

4] The Yantra can be made on Gold, Silver, Copper, or Sphatik / Crystal and placed in the Puja Place at home or in the business place.

It can even be made on White Paper or Bhojpatra and written with Kesar or Ashtagandha Ink and kept in the money purse, bag, cash box, or money safe or placed in a metal locket and worn around the neck.

Always remember to keep the Yantra clean and do not touch it with dirty hands or after consuming non-vegetarian for or snacks.   


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