The Best Mantra For Fame According To Ancient Scriptures

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Want to know what the best mantra for fame is?

There is one powerful mantra that Deepak Chopra, Russell Brand, George Harrison, and many other celebrities have used.

It’s an extremely potent mantra that grants fame. The mantra is a Shiva mantra. It is said in devotion to Lord Shiva, “The Auspicious One”  who goes by the name of “Great God” ( Mahadeva).

To give a somewhat brief introduction to Lord Shiva. He is one of the primary gods in Hinduism and is the supreme god within Shaivism. Shiva has many different forms. He sometimes takes the form of an all powerful transcendent yogi. At other times he takes the form of from  a householder married to a goddess called Parvati. Shiva is also the slayer of demons and  is the patron god of arts and yoga.

That’s right. He’s the patron god of the arts. That’s why so many famous artists have offered devotion to Shiva: because he has the power to grant fame in the arts.

You might be wondering what Shiva looks like. Well, here is a statue of Shiva …

 

To show devotion to Shiva, Hindus recite the Shiva mantra. You can discover the mantra for yourself on the next page.

 

Famous artists, from comedians like Russell Brand, to authors like Deepak Chopra, to musicians like George Harrison, and actors like Julia Roberts, have all offered devotion to Shiva in exchange for fame. 

 

 

 

 

Here is the Shiva Mantra for Fame, the mantra that granted fame to celebrities like Deepak Chopra and Russell Brand…

The Lord Shiva mantra for fame will make you famous. And it is easy to use. What you have to do to use the mantra is to face East in the morning and recite the following words 108 times. You should do this each day for twenty one days. On the twenty first day Lord Shiva will accept your devotion and grant your desire.

The words for the mantra are “Om mahadeva devaya rudra moorthaye hara hara shivaya namah

I’ve put the words that must be recited on an image. Feel free to save this image for personal use.

This is a guest post written by Raji Singh.

 

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