Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra | Shatru Maran Mantra

Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra - Shatru Maran Mantra

📅 Sep 12th, 2021

By Vishesh Narayan

Summary Halt The Actions of Enemies with Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra. The Krishna mantra is used to crush the intentions and actions of enemies. This mantra pauses the actions and activities of any negative energy thrown at you by your enemies.


Halt The Actions of Enemies with Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra. Lord Krishna is worshiped as the eighth avatar of the god Vishnu and also as the supreme God in his own right.

Lord Krishna is the god of compassion, tenderness, and love in Hinduism and is one of the most popular and widely revered among Indian divinities.

Lord Krishna is a complete God with all the Shodash Kalas or Degrees. Lord Krishna has played all the ‘Leelas’ which entertains all of His devotees.

Lord Krishna is a godchild, a model lover, a perfect warrior, a great friend, a perfect rescuer, and a central character in the epic ‘Mahabharata’.

This Krishna mantra is practiced to remove the problems created by enemies and to curb their unethical practices.

The Krishna mantra is used to destroy the intentions and actions of enemies. This mantra halts the actions and activities of any negative energy thrown at you by your enemies.

The mantra also helps to remove the black magic. The mantra is in the category of Shatru Stambhan Mantra.

How To Chant The Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra

  • Start from Janamashtmi or any auspicious day facing north.
  • Wear yellow clothes for this purpose.
  • Lit an agarbatti or lamp before the picture of Lord Krishna.
  • Write the names of enemies on a Bhojpatra or white paper with black ink.
  • Chant 11 rosary of this mantra in the night.
  • After completion of the mantra, pray to Lord and burn that paper or bhojpatra outside the home in the south.
  • The next day, give some food to black dogs.

Shatru Stambhan Krishna Mantra

ॐ श्री कृष्णायै असुराक्रान्त भारहारिणि नमः |
Om Shree Krishanayee Asurakrant Bhar Harini Namah:

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