It will help especially artists and students to achieve their dream.
This mantra needs to be chanted in front of ‘Tulsi’ plant.
Keep a photo or idol of saraswati devi in the Tulsi pot and do Pooja.
Now take 11 tulsi leaves in your hand and chant this Mantra for 108 times.
Eat the 11 leaves as Prasad and finish your Pooja.
Chant for 21 days in the same manner.
Saraswati Mantra for Students
By chanting the above Mantra students will improve in their studies or musical artists will get inspiration for new tunes.
Chant on an auspicious day in front of Saraswati Devi photo or idol.
Wear white clothes and offer white flowers and white Chandan to Saraswati Devi. Offer sweets and chant this Mantra for 108 times for the first time.
Later chant 10 malas everyday during exam days.
Saraswati Mantra for Students with Diverted Minds
This ancient Mantra is usually chanted by students who struggle to get good marks in their exams.
It helps them improve their concentration power and memory.
Getting less marks in exams put much pressure on the children and this would also make them depressed. It will help them to improve in their studies, score good marks in their exams and makes them to fulfill their goals.
Chanting of this Mantra keeps the people mentally healthy, especially those who are seeking knowledge in educational field or spiritual fields.
Saraswati Mantras for Parents to Improve Their Children
Every parent wishes that their child performs well in their exams and gets the best education. Often the parents get helpless when they have to make their child learn new lessons and remember it for their exams.
To improve their memory power you can chant on their behalf so that it can concentrate on their studies and score well.
It makes the learning easy and gives a long lasting memory to your child.
It also helps to clear all types of confusion and improves the grasping power of your child, speech, alertness, and logical thinking.
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