Vashikaran and Vashikaran Mantra
Within the Indian, especially Hindu belief systems, there are unique practices which one might not come across in many other countries or communities. One of these is the practice of Vashikaran. The word itself is of Sanskrit origin and should be understood as an amalgam of two syllables, ‘vashi’ and ‘karan’. The word ‘vashi’ literally means to allure, attract or entice or even hold control over the person and ‘karan’ denotes, doing an act. So, together, the word represents the art or the practice of alluring someone, to bend to your wishes so that he or she does your bidding. Sounds like hypnotizing? Well it is as good as that.
In Hindu mythology and later day beliefs, there are several instances quoted of using the voodoo type of casting a spell over someone to achieve one’s objective of either warding off an evil effect or even inflicting harm to take revenge. But the practice of Vashikaran is largely resorted to for winning the love of an estranged person, male or female.
This is done by the use of what is known as Vashikaran Mantra. Having understood what Vashikaran stands for, Mantra is generally a collection of 4-5 Sanskrit words which is to be recited a certain number of times as recommended by the specialist you approach for such remedies. There are a number of such mantras and vary based on the end objective you express to the specialist.
Vasikaran Mantra has been known to be used for casting negative spells as well. But it is advisable to avoid them and to use them only for achieving positive and good ends so that everyone feels better.