Experience a Happy Married Life with Superb Marriage Chandra Mantra. If you are married, you’ll know that happiness in your marriage is as essential as food is for hunger.
Perhaps you’d like to be happier in your marriage – or you’re thinking about getting married and you’re looking for hints and tips.
Chandra represents brain and mind, emotions, sensitivity, softness, imagination, queen, and mother.
Chandra rules over the sign Karka (Cancer), while he is exalted in Vrishabha (Taurus) and his fall in Vrishchika (Scorpio).
The waxing moon is considered to be beneficial, and the waning moon is considered to be malefic.
The Moon represents the mind and accordingly, it indicates a person’s thinking, feelings, and other mental processes.
It gives intuitive nature, taste, youth, love of poetry, music, attractive looks, and sensuality. Its influence makes one moody, emotional and sensitive. A powerful Moon gives emotional strength, makes for good relations and love for others.
Chandra is a Sanskrit name meaning “illustrious.” In Hindu mythology, Chandra is the god of the moon.
In Hindu astrology, the moon is considered a planet, and it’s considered to be one of the best planets to be born under as it promises wealth and happiness. It is also referred to as Shashi.
Moon is also known as Chandra is the presiding deity of the element, water, and rules over the tides of the sea. Moon is the ruler of the plants and the vegetable kingdom.
Here’s a superb chant for living a happily married life and enjoying every moment of your life. The Chandra Mantra Sadhna is a boon to ‘Dampatya Sukh’ or Happy Married Life.
How To Chant The Superb Marriage Chandra Mantra
- Start the sadhana on any Panchami day.
- Wear White clothes for this purpose.
- Start the sadhana between 8 pm to 10 pm.
- Chant 16 Rosaries of this mantra Energized Sammohan Mala.
- Complete the mantra chant in 1 day to get the desired results.
- After the completion of sadhana, give some offerings to kids.
ॐ श्रीं सौभाग्य सिद्धिं देहि देहि नमः॥
Om Shreem Saubhagya Siddhim Dehi Dehi Namah: