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Powerful Dhan Varsha Yantra for Money Attraction

This article describes the technique of preparing and using the most powerful Dhan Varsha Yantra, a most sought-after Hindu money and wealth-attracting charm. The Dhan Varsha Yantra will start attracting large sums of money, jewelry, expensive cars, and property if made and used as I have explained in this article.

The Dhan Varsha Yantra will aid the spell caster in his efforts to become rich and wealthy by attracting powerful positive energy. The Yantra unlocks the inherent vibrations in the environment to make everything conducive and helpful for furthering the efforts of the spell caster.

Ingredients for making the Dhan Varsha Yantra:
1] One Unbroken Leaf of the Palash Ke Ped Ka Patta or Leaf of the Butea Gum, Butea monosperma tree or Dhak Tree.
2] Paste of Ashtagandha for writing the Yantra of the Leaf.
3] Pointed wooden stick to be used as the pen for writing the Yantra.

How to Make the Dhan Varsha Yantra:
The spell caster should bring home the Palash Ke Ped Ka Patta on any auspicious day, such as an auspicious astrological Yog, like the Guru Pushya Yoga or Ravi Pushya Yoga, any Hindu festival, such as Diwali, Dussehra, Navratri, Makar Sankranti or any other Shubh Muhurt according to the Panchang.

The spell caster should go to the Palash Tree, fold his hands, pray to it, and ask for its help in fulfilling his wish of earning a lot of money and becoming rich, wealthy, and prosperous. He can pick up a fresh leaf that has fallen off or pluck a leaf if he does not find a fallen leaf.

Then, the spell caster should bring the leaf to his house and wash it with Ganga Jal or clean drinking water and then write the Dhan Varsha Yantra on it and light an oil or Ghee Diya and incense stick before it and pray to the Yantra to bless him with money, wealth and property.
 
Dhan Varsha Yantra  for Money Attraction

Lastly, the Dhan Varsha Yantra should be kept in the Pooja Room or Tijori or the place in the home or office where money and valuables are kept.

Other methods of making the Dhan Varsha Yantra: The Dhan Varsha Yantra can also be prepared on white paper using red ink pen or red marker or it can be prepared on a Copper Plate and energized/worshipped and used in the same manner.

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