Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra is the Moola Mantra dedicated to Goddess Pratyangira Devi. Pratyangira is sometimes spelled as Prathyangira and is also known as Narasimhi, Narasimhika, Narasimbigai, and Sarabeshwari. You may also be interested in chanting the Pratyangira Gayatri Mantra while worshiping Goddess Prathyangira.
Benefits Of Praying To Goddess Pratyangira Devi
The benefits of praying to Pratyangira Devi are aplenty. She is believed to be “Chatru Naashini” which simply means destroyer of enemies. All those suffering from enemies and problems caused by enemies and bad hearted competitors can chant the Moola Mantra of Goddess Pratyangira Devi. Problems will gradually vanish when Pratyangira Devi is prayed with utmost devotion on a daily basis.
When Pratyangira Devi is worshiped with utmost devotion, the devotee will be blessed with all around prosperity and success in all his/her undertakings as she will assure victory. Businessmen and businesswomen can chant this mantra on a daily basis to ensure a smooth sailing business operations without the disturbances of jealous competitors.
Apart from that, worshiping Pratyangira Devi is also believed to thwart off all kinds of negative energies such as ghosts, spirits, curses, evil spells, witchcraft, black magics, et cetera. She protects the devotee from all kinds of problems and will help pave the righteous path to succeed in one’s ambition.
The other benefits of worshiping Goddess Pratyangira Devi by chanting the Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra includes the following :
- Prevents unnecessary arguments
- Safe journeys
- Destroys drishti dosha (buri nazar / evil eyes / kann drishti)
- Prevents accidents
- Increases one’s courage and self-confidence
- Winning competitions
- Relief from diseases
- Relief from problems and issues
- Success in businesses
- Relief from problems created by rivalries and competitors
Apart from that, praying to Pratyangira Devi also blesses one with a very good vehicle. It alleviates the fear of travelling and/or driving. At times you will see that youngsters will be afraid to drive vehicles such as car or scooter on their own ; they can chant the Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra to alleviate such fears.
If your house or business premise has ill effects in the Southwest quadrant or Vastu Dosha in the Southwest, you may install a Pratyangira Devi Yantra in the affected location and chant the Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra along with the Pratyangira Devi Gayatri Mantra to avert the ill effects.
Best Days To Chant Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
If you are unable to chant the mantra on a daily basis, you may chant it on Tuesdays and Fridays. The tithi dedicated to Goddess Pratyangira are Ashtami, Amavasya (New Moon), and Purnima (Full Moon) tithi days. Pratyangira Devi can also be worshiped on Swathi Nakshatra days.
Best Day To Initiate Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
The best days to initiate the mantra are either on Ashtami tithi falling on Tuesday or on a day with the combination of Ashtami tithi and Swathi Nakshatra.
Best Time To Chant Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
The mantra should be recited during Mangala Hora. One can also chant the Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra after sunset or at late night.
Number of Times To Chant The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
The Moola Mantra of Pratyangira Devi can be chanted for a minimum of 9 times. It can also be chanted 108 times or 1,008 times.
Who Can Chant This Mantra
This powerful mantra can be chanted by anyone regardless of gender and age.
Ladies should avoid chanting this mantra during their monthly menstrual cycles. Married men are also advised to refrain from chanting this mantra when their wives are undergoing their menses (if they live under the same roof).
How To Worship ?
You can use the either the photo or yantra of Pratyangira Devi.
To Attain Mantra Siddhi
One should chant this mantra for 1,008 times for 81 days in order to attain siddhi of Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra.
*One can also chant this Moola Mantra of Goddess Pratyangira Devi upon kumkum and/or a lime tied in red cloth for a period of 81 days. The kumkum can then be applied on forehead for protection. It can also be shared with family members. Whereas, the lime tied in red cloth can be hung in either your room or at the entrance of your house for protection from all things evil.
Where To Chant This Mantra
This mantra should be chanted facing the East while seated on the Northeast quadrant of your house or puja room.
*Though not compulsory, it is best for the devotee to be dressed in red coloured clothing while chanting this Pratyangira Amman Moola Mantra.
Naivedya / Nivedhyam / Prasadham (Food Offerings) For Pratyangira Devi
One can offer savory prasad such as lemon rice, puliyodhara (tamarind rice). Apart from that, panakam (a drink made out of jaggery and cardamon) can be offered too.
Besides that, a red banana, pomegranates, raisins, red grapes, dates, and any red coloured fruits can be offered as Naivedhyam for Pratyangira Devi. A piece of uncut lemon too can be offered.
Flowers / Plants For Pratyangira Devi
You can offer any red coloured flowers along with fragrant flowers such as Jasmine. A lime garland made out of either 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90, 99, or 108 lime pieces can be offered too.
Japa Mala For Pratyangira Devi
You can use rosary beads (japa mala) made out of rudraksha for the japa of Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra
The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra is given below :
Om Ksham Paksha Jwaala Jihve Karaala Dhamshtre Pratyangire Ksham Hreem Hoom Phat
The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra in Hindi :
ॐ क्शम् पक्शा ज्वाला जिह्वे कराला धम्श्त्रे प्रथ्यङ्गिरे क्शम् ह्रीम् हूम् फट्
The Pratyangira Devir Moola Mantra in Tamil :
ஓம் க்ஷம் பக்ஷ ஜ்வாள ஜிஹ்வே கராள தம்ஷ்ட்ரே ப்ரத்யங்கிரே க்ஷம் ஹ்ரீம் ஹூம் பத்
The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra in Telugu :
ఓం క్శం పక్శ జ్వాల జిహ్వే కరాల ధమ్శ్త్రే ప్రథ్యఙ్గిరే క్శం హ్రీం హూం ఫట్
The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra in Kannada :
ಓಂ ಕ್ಷಾಂ ಪಕ್ಷ ಜ್ವಾಲಾ ಜಿಹ್ವೇ ಕರಾಳ ಪ್ರತ್ಯಂಗಿರೆ ಕ್ಷಾಂ ಹ್ರೀಂ ಹೂಂ ಫಟ್
The Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra in Roman Transliteration :
Ōṁ kśaṁ pakśa jvāla jihvē karāla dhamśtrē prathyaṅgirē kśaṁ hrīṁ hūṁ phaṭ