Get Grace of Dhumavati with Dhumavati Gayatri Mantra. The Dhumavati Tantra describes her as an old and ugly widow. She is thin, tall, unhealthy, and has a pale complexion. She is described as restless and wicked. Unadorned with any jewel, she wears old, dirty clothes and has disheveled hair. Her eyes are fearsome, her nose long and crooked, and some of her long fang-like teeth have fallen out, leaving her smile with gaps.
Her ears are ugly and rough; her breasts hang down. In one of her trembling hands, she holds a winnowing basket, while the other makes a boon-conferring gesture (varada-mudra) or knowledge-giving gesture (chin mudra). She rides in a horseless chariot bearing an emblem of a crow as her banner. She is astute and crafty. Always hungry and thirsty, Dhumavati initiates quarrels and invokes fear.
Dhumavati is worshipped by the Tantrics for attainment of Siddhis (magical powers). Though Dhumavati’s worship is considered ideal for bachelors, widows, Sannyasins and Tantrics, the householders too flock to her seeking blessings and fulfillment of their desires. Dhumavati thus represents a stage of woman’s life that is beyond worldly desires, beyond the conventional taboos of what is polluting or inauspicious. She desires to be free and at the same time she likes to be useful to the family and to the society.
The Dhumavati Mantra is a modified mantra that has benefits of both Dhumavati and Gayatri Mantra. Chanting 1 mala of the Dhumavati Mantra is enough to get the grace of Mahavidya Dhumavati. Dhumavati Mantra removes the negative from the life of the sadhak.
Dhumavati Mantra removes tantra, mooth & pret badha. Dhumavati Mantra removes bondage & leads to Moksha or liberation. Dhumavati Mantra removes undiagnosed diseases and intense pain. Dhumavati Mantra grants sidhis & mystical powers.
Dhoomavati Gayatri Mantra Text
॥ॐ धूमावत्यै च विद्महे संहारिण्यै च धीमहि तन्नो धूमा प्रचोदयात्॥
॥Om Dhumavatyai Vidmahe Samharinyai Dhimahi Tanno Dhuma Prachodayat॥