Avoid Sudden Deaths with Mrityu Niavaran Mahakali Mantra. Mrityu in Sanskrit means death. It also means insult, loss, poverty, incurable disease and lack of resources to live life. Death is inevitable whether we like it or not. Death or Mrityu remains a great mystery. Mrityu is not only the termination of all biological functions, Mrityu here implies sudden death, premature aging, accidents, blame, shame and diseases.
The deity of this mantra is Mahakali. The Goddess Kali is the guardian, also known as Kalika. The protectors, the Mother, Kali is Dharma and eternal time. Kali shines with the brilliance of a million black fires of dissolution and her body is bathed in the sacred ash. Kali is revered as Bhavtirine i.e the redeemer of the universe. Kali is the Goddess of time and change. Kali is Adi Mahavidya, the primary Mahavidya. She is the first and the foremost among the Mahavidyas.
Even before the Mahavidya cult came into being, she was a major goddess with a large following of devotees immersed in her mythologies, hymns and songs. She is not only the first but the most important of the Mahavidyas. It is said, the Mahavidya tradition is centered on Kali and her attributes. Kali is the epitome of the Mahavidyas.
Kali is Black goddess, Shamshana Kali, Mahakali, Nitya Kali, Shyama Kali, Bhadra Kali, Ugra Chandi, Siddeshwari and Kalratri.
This mantra not only removes the known & unknown diseases but also removes the fear of death. This powerful Mahakali mantra provides protection from accidents, blames and negative harmful influences.
How To Chant The Rog Mrityu Niavaran Mahakali Mantra
- The mantra is usually chanted at night.
- One can chant 5-11 mala daily and can give the energized water to the sick person.
- Practice celibacy during the sadhna.
Mrityu Nivaran Mahakali Mantra
ॐ क्लीं काल्यै रोग मृत्यु मुक्तयै क्लीं फट |
Om Kleem Kalyayee Rog Mrityu Muktayee Kleem Phat