Seeing Pratyangira in any form was considered an enormous blessing, and an indication that you were in similar company. Sri Maha Pratyangira Devi is a powerful aspect of divine mother. She is considered to be a powerful repellent of the influences generated by witch-craft. Terrible in aspect, having dark complexion, reddened eyes and in four hands she hold a trident, a serpent in the form of a noose and a hand drum. Her hair strands at the ends. This combination of lion and human forms is said to represent the balance of good and evil.
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Pratyangira is sometimes spelled as Prathyangira and is also known as Narasimhi, Narasimhika, Narasimbigai, and Sarabeshwari. Generally speaking, the puja and homa performed in the worship of Pratyangira Devi are supposed to ward off evil energies such as drishti and graha dosha.
Pratyangira Suktam which has been mentioned in Rig Veda is actually to counter difficulties faced by humans in the form of evil eye, dosha, et cetera. Later, saints and upasakas apart from chanting Pratyangira Suktham had also composed dhyana, puja vidhanam, various stotra and tantra recitals in Rudrayamala Tantra and other scriptures. All those suffering from enemies and problems caused by enemies and bad hearted competitors can chant the Gayatri Mantra of Goddess Pratyangira Devi.
Problems will gradually vanish when Pratyangira Devi is prayed with utmost devotion on a daily basis. 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.
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 Gayatri 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 Gayatri Mantra along with the Pratyangira Devi Gayatri Mantra to avert the ill effects. Pratyangira Devi can also be worshiped on Swathi Nakshatra days.
One can also chant the Pratyangira Devi Gayatri Mantra after sunset or at late night. It can also be chanted times or 1, 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.
You can use the either the photo or yantra of Pratyangira Devi. Pratyangira Yantra can be used to worship Goddess Pratyangira Devi. 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. 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. A lime garland made out of either 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90, 99, or lime pieces can be offered too.
Mahavidya Shri Baglamukhi Sadhana Aur Siddhi
She is also said to protect and safeguard devotees from enemy problems, premature death, and accident, natural and unforeseen calamities and remove all kinds of fear from their mind. The Puranas and other Hindu texts contain a few examples of the immense and infinite powers and exploits of Pratyangira Mata, Some of the information gathered by me from these texts clearly indicates that she should never be invoked for wrongful purposes. There is specific most powerful Shakti Sadhana of the Pratyangira Devi called the Sarva Sankat Nashak Mantra Sadhana meaning a Mantra Sadhana to destroy all dangers, which is preferably commenced and completed during the period of Navratri. If unable to perform the Mantra Sadhana during Navratri, then it can be commenced on any other auspicious Tithi. The practitioner has to visit a temple of the Goddess and chant this Devi Mantra in Sanskrit , which, I have given below 10, times during this period. After this, the practitioner has to chant the Mantra times daily to avert or overcome the dangers and problems, which are mentioned above.
Pratyangira is sometimes spelled as Prathyangira and is also known as Narasimhi, Narasimhika, Narasimbigai, and Sarabeshwari. Generally speaking, the puja and homa performed in the worship of Pratyangira Devi are supposed to ward off evil energies such as drishti and graha dosha. Pratyangira Suktam which has been mentioned in Rig Veda is actually to counter difficulties faced by humans in the form of evil eye, dosha, et cetera. Later, saints and upasakas apart from chanting Pratyangira Suktham had also composed dhyana, puja vidhanam, various Maha Mantra and tantra recitals in Rudrayamala Tantra and other scriptures. Pratyangira Devi or Pratyangira Mata is said to be fiercely protective of her devotees.
Sri Pratyangira Devi Mala Mantram