There are many powerful mantras for love, marriage, and for navigating through divorce. You can use these love mantras to enhance your relationship and to truly enjoy your experience with your partner.

In our beginners mantra tutorial we shared all the best mantras.

Many readers requested more mantras for love that they can use either to attract love into their life or to strengthen their bond with their partner.

The good news is that there are many love mantras. And there are some powerful meditations for love, too.

In this guide I will show you how to use mantras for love and attraction. These sacred phrases and affirmations will help you to attract love and to make your existing relationship truly wonderful. I’ve shared some English ones as well as spiritual mantras from Kundalini yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism.  There are ones for self love too because it is essential to make sure that we have love and compassion for yourselves.

How mantras for love and marriage work

You might wonder just how exactly you can bring love and attract people just by reciting some mantras. What is the power that makes this possible? The answer to this is two-fold. There are both scientific reasons and spiritual reasons.

Let’s start with the scientific. Love mantras work because they have a profound effect on our thoughts and on the subconscious mind.

Every thought you have goes into your subconscious mind and contributes towards your mood and your beliefs. This is really how most religions work, scientifically speaking. Religions work by leading you to create certain beliefs which then affect your subconscious mind.

So, for example, let’s say that you believe that you are never going to find love. That belief is inside your subconscious mind. Because your negative belief tells you you will not find love, you close your eyes to love. Should a man or woman show you affection, you will likely put it down to ulterior motives, rather than genuine affection, because you do not believe in love.

The key is to change your beliefs by using some mantras for love and marriage.

When you change your beliefs you will change your subconscious mind. When you believe in love you will find it. It is that simple. Changing your beliefs will change your perception of the world. You will learn to believe that the world is full of love, and because of that believe you will see a world full of love. And once you see a world full of love, you will find love.

If this seems a little fantastical, simply consider the amount of times that people, companies, religions and other groups use “mantras”:

So, how can you use mantras for love and marriage?

Let’s take a look.

Basic English Mantras for Love and Marriage

Choose one of the following love-mantras and recite it 108 times using a prayer bead mala. These are affirmations for attracting love and cultivating it in your current relationship.

  1.  I am accepting and grateful for the affection of others
  2. My world is a world of love
  3. I welcome and embrace love into my life.
  4. Love is everywhere
  5. I accept and love myself
  6. I accept and love all people
  7. I cultivate love within my soul
  8. I welcome kindness and compassion into my existence
  9. The world is blessing me with love
  10. The world is sending me love and I am open to receiving it
  11. I open my heart to the experience of love
  12. I feel love within me and without
  13. Love is all around
  14. May I know love and kindness, and may all others.

There are also sacred love mantas from Hinduism, Yoga and Buddhism. Let’s take a look.

Spiritual Mantras For Love, Marriage, And Attraction

Durga Mantra For woman To Attract Groom For Marriage

If you are a woman looking to attract a man for marriage, then you might like to try using this Durga Mantra.

Durga is the most popular incarnation of Devi.

The Durga mantra for marriage is:

“Om Shriganesham Vidhnesham Vivahaharthe Te Namaha”

Ganesh Mantra For Loving Marriage

The Ganesh mantra for marriage is to be used by those who are the right age for marriage and those who have had their marriage held back for various reasons.

This one should be used in conjunction with daily worship of Shri Ganesha.

It should be recited 108 times a day in the morning until getting married.

“Om Gyani Namapi Chetansi

Devi Bhagwati Hi Sa

Baladakrishya Mohay

Maha Maya Prayakshati”

Mantras for loving married life

Marriage is among the most beautiful and most important elements of life. To have a successful marriage it is necessary to compromise, to be a good listener, to be understanding and to be loyal. The following mantra for a loving married life will help you to achieve these things.

It is recommended that couples chant this one together regularly to help fend off any misfortune and to promote happiness in marriage.

When chanting, sit in front of a lamp after bathing. If you wish you may place a picture of lord Vishnu behind the lamp. Make sure you and your partner are chanting together to begin with, then begin to chant alternately, one after the other. Repeat this one 36 times each.

Mantra of Love....(Meditation)

om namo sriramachandraya sarvadoshanivaranaya sarvasiddhipradhaya sarvamangladhayakaya namah​.

Krishna Mantra for Love

The Krishna mantra for love will attract a loving relationship into your life.

Om Namo Krishna Devaya Prema Rajya Vallabha Sarva Mangala Pradayaka Namah

Recite this 41 times now and then come back once a day to repeat. This is said to bring love into your life.  This should be chanted 41 times per sitting and consistently for two weeks.

Kleem Mantra For Attraction

The Kleem mantra for attraction is a powerful way of attracting love and sex into your life.

This is a powerful seed mantra that gets your energy vibrating at a frequency where you will naturally attract love into your life.

It is literally just “Kleem”, which is pronounced with an elongated “e”.

This is a powerful one for creating attraction.

Read more about using Kleem for attraction


 Mantra for Loving Kindness  

Loving Kindness Meditation is a powerful way of bringing more love to your life.

This is not about romantic love. Rather it is about universal love for all beings.

The Buddhist Loving Kindness script is used to make you love all beings, including yourself and people who you do not easily get along with.

The Loving Kindness script is:

“May I be free from inner and outer harm and danger. May I be safe and protected.

May I be free of mental suffering or distress.

May I be happy.

May I be free of physical pain and suffering.

May I be healthy and strong.

May I be able to live in this world happily, peacefully, joyfully, with ease.”

This mantra is then repeated, with “I” being replaced with the names of other people. e.g. “May Sarah be free from inner and outer harm…”

Loving Kindness Meditation - Metta Bhavana

Krisha Mantra For Love

Krishna is a very important Hindu god who is depicted in various ways. One of those depictions is as the perfect lover. Therefore, when you use the Krishna mantra for love you bring to yourself the perfect energy for love. This will help boost your relationship and your marriage.

“Om Namo Krishna Devaya

Prema Rajya Vallabha Sarva

Mangala Pradayaka Namah”



Lakshmi Mantra Sadhana For Love

Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity.

There is a powerful love mantra said in devotion to Lakshmi.

“Om Hreem Lakshmi”

Traditional use of this one has the individual visiting a Narayana temple before noon on a full moon.  The individual would then offer a coconut to Laxmi. This should be recited 108 times for 7 days.

Mantra For Divorce

Of course, there are also mantras for divorce.

One example comes from Brittany Wong on Huffington Post. She recommends chanting “I Choose This Life”.

Brittany recommends that for a happy divorced life you repeat this mantra for times a day. She claims that this mantra has a profound affect on divorce.


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Written by Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a qualified meditation teacher and writer with more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential through mindfulness, yoga and meditation.