Special Ritual For Success In Business and Job

Lord Ganesha is said to be easily pleased, but is also famous for testing the faith of his devotees. People who are unable to gain success in any form of business or profession, will find the below ritual to be greatly helpful. On a friday morning, after bathing, light a lamp and keep it in front of a photo of Lord Ganesha. Now, take a coin (of any denomination), and place it on a piece of cloth that is spread out on a small plate. Now place the plate near the base of the lamp. Then take a bowl of rice and keep it beside you. Chant the mantra given below, while taking some rice between the ring finger and thumb of your right hand. After each repetition of the mantra, shower the rice over the coin placed on the plate. Repeat the mantra 540 times, (the three lines together may be considered as a single chant of the mantra).

Om gajananaya namah         ॐ गजाननाय नमः 
Om yogadheeshaya namah     ॐ योगढ़ीशाया नमः
Om parvathi puthraya namah    ॐ पार्वति पुत्राय नमः 



After the above ritual is completed, tie the piece of cloth as a small bundle (the size of an onion) with the coin and some rice inside it( the rest of the rice may be washed and used for normal cooking purposes). Now place the photo of Lord Ganesha in the south-west corner of your establishment/office room, and keep the bundle beside the photo. Repeat the above mantra once every day in the morning while standing in front of this photo. After 21 days, you will start to find a substantial difference in your financial status.

2 thoughts on “Special Ritual For Success In Business and Job

  • July 20, 2012 at 1:44 am
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    Om. respected sir, my question is that what do we do of the cloth and rice after 21 days??? Or do we have to keep that permanently besides the photo of lord ganesh… Plz do reply. thnx your blogs are really great help

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  • July 29, 2012 at 6:31 pm
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    OM…Dear Anonymous,Keep the cloth and rice beside Lord Ganesha for one year, and then throw the rice into a river or pond which has fish in it.

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