Goddess Bagalamukhi and 5 Mantras

The ten holy goddesses in Hinduism are known as “Mahavidyas” or “great wisdom science”. Practitioners from the tantrik cult worship the mahavidya for attaining many powers and self realization. The powers of Mahavidya are immense. In the form and shape they are the incarnations of Goddess Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva. And Goddess Bagalamukhi is one of the mahavidya. Indeed they are the true and powerful aspect of feminine cosmic energy.

In northern India, Bagalamukhi is also popular by the name pitambari meaning the Goddess of yellow colour. “Pitambari” is the Hindi name of yellowish golden. She is the giver of riddhi and siddhis (supernatural powers).

According to the religious books of Hinduism, it is believed by many people in India that Devi Bagalamukhi rides upon Bagula Bird which represents wisdom and concentration. Thus the goddess is Goddess of highest focus and wisdom which commands these powers in each individual.

Powers of the Goddess Bagalamukhi

According to the Indian books on Devi Bagalamukhi, it is written that she is the Goddess who has powers to paralyze the enemy’s physical and mental state. She holds power that can destroy the opponent’s mental capability and the enemy suffers paralysis. That is why she is called Shatru buddhi vinashini. Her few names include Devi Mahavidya, Devi Adishakti, Parvati, Sati, Brahmastra Roopini and Shivshakti. If we see from another point of view, the Goddess has the control over senses and mind, thus she controls the mind of evils or harmful forces. So the meaning paralysing is to hold their mind so that the enemy of her devotee can stay safe. She is the destroyer of evil forces by controlling their mind. She ends the disputes, quarrels and enemies.

Things required for Sadhana

Use Haldi rosary or the yellow coloured rosary, yellow clothes, and yellow flowers for worship and chanting. Keep the sadhana secret and follow celibacy during the sadhana days.

5 Mantra of Goddess Bagalamukhi

ॐ ह्लीं बगलामुखि सर्वदुष्टानां वाचं मुखं पदं स्तम्भय जिह्वां कीलय बुद्धिं विनाशय ह्रीं ॐ स्वाहा ।

Om Hleem Bagalaamukhi Sarvadushtaanaam Vaacham Mukham Padam Stambhay Jihvaam Keelay Buddhim Vinaashaay Hring Om Swaha

The mantra has the beeja sound. By chanting mantra we pray Goddesses to make the speech, feet mind and intellect of the enemy ineffective so that they cannot harm you once their senses and intellect would not work.

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ॐ ह्रीं ऎं क्लीं श्री बगलानने मम रिपून नाशय नाशय ममैश्वर्याणि देहि देहि शीघ्रं मनोवान्छितं साधय साधय ह्रीं स्वाहा ।

Om Hreeng Aing Kleeng Shri Bagalanane Mam Ripoon Naashay Naashay Mamaishwaryaani Dehi Dehi SHeeghram Manovanchhitam Saadhay Saadhay Hreeng Swaahaa

We pray to Goddess Bagalamukhi “to destroy my enemies, bless me with abundance and prosperity and fulfill my desires”.

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ॐ ह्लीं बगलामुख्यै ह्लीं फट् ॥

Om Hleem Baglamukhayee Hleem Phat

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ॐ ह्लीं बगलामुख्यै नमो नमः

Om Hleem Baglamukhayee Namo Namah

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Vadi Mukati Rankati Kshitipatirvaishwanarah Sheetati Krodhi Samyati Durjanah Sujanati Khsipranugah Khanjati. Garvi Khanjati Sarvaviccha Jarati Tvanmantrinaamantritah Srinitye Baglamukhi Pratidinam Tubhyam Namah

By the effect of Your Mantra good conversationalists become speechless; rich become beggars; devastating fire gets cooled. The anger of the angry person fades off; an evil minded person becomes good. The quick moving person becomes crippled. The conceit of the conceited person lowers down. Knowledgeable person nearly becomes a fool. Salutations to the compassionate Bagalamukhi!

Chant the mantra! Do the Sadhana! Seek the blessing of Goddess Bagalamukhi!

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