According to Indian Mythology, This “Shabar” Mantra Will Grant Good Luck

Written on Saturday, June 27th, 2015 by @Paul Harrison (TheDailyMeditation Editor in Chief)

In India, mantras are used for all sorts of purposes. The majority of India’s 1.25 billion people believe that they can appease their gods through the recitation of specific mantras.

There are many different types of mantras, of which “Shabar” mantras are one of the most common.

Shabar mantras are a type of mantra (or prayer) that come from rural areas of India. The name “Shabar” actually refers to an Indian tribe that were once considered criminals.

Shabar mantras are believed to have been written by the “Nine Saints”, all of whom are still worshipped today. The nine saints are believed to be an incarnation of the Hindu trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

Indian mythology states that recitation of these Shabar Mantras will create various real-world outcomes. Unlike other types of mantra (such as Vedic mantras), Shabar mantras can be used by anybody, regardless of their experience or their spiritual state.


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