Mantra lyrics in Sanskrit:

„OM SHREEM OM HREEM SHREEM HREEM KLEEM SHREEM KLEEM VITTESWARAAY NAMAHA”.

Om Shreem Hreem Kleem mantra translation in English:

„I bow down to Lord Kuber who is the custodian of wealth, giver of wealth and fame and the destroyer of all problems”.

Description:

He is viewed as the God of wealth, in sacred Hindu mythology. Kubera is also known as the god of yakshas (nature-spirits) and He is regarded as the regent of the Dik-pala (North), and a defender of the Lokapala (world).

Additionally, Lord Kubera is always remembered with the Goddess of fortune and prosperity, Lakshmi. Reciting this wealth mantra daily before the sunrise blesses the practitioner with prosperity, financial abundance, and money by drawing new sources of financial income and wealth. Also, this mantra helps to increase the flow of funds and the ability to accumulate wealth.

He has also been assimilated into the Jain and Buddhist pantheons. In Jainism, He is known as Sarvanubhuti, while in Buddhism (also know as the science of mind), the Lord is known as Vaisravana, the patronymic used of the Hindu Kubera and is also equated with Pancika.

The Buddhist Vaisravana, like the Hindu Lord Kubera, is the reagent of the North, a Loka-pala and the Lord of Yakshas. Moreover, He is one of the Four Heavenly Kings, each associated with a cardinal direction.

Chanting Kubera mantra benefits:

Reciting this mantra will alleviate all debts and financial problems in one’s life. The devotee who chant this mantra 108 daily with sincere devotion will be blessed with all kind of wealth, financial stability and prosperity, and good fortunes. This is a powerful and potent prosperity and money mantra.

However, chanting this wealth mantra with evil, all types of negative emotions, greedy, and selfish goal shall disprove the very purpose of this mantra and invite the wrath of Lord of Wealth.

This money mantra can be chanted 108 times/daily (or 1 mala) in a round and the cycle can be continued for 21 days for getting the desired results. As a general note, while chanting Sanskrit mantras, the practitioner must maintain energetical and physical purity and clean state of mind and of consciousness.

It is important that practitioners to not act in an arrogant state of mind due to their wealth. Developing arrogance is a sure way to invite negative karma into one life, which shall give adverse spiritual results in due course.

Best time to recite this wealth mantra : during Shukra Hora or dawn. The number of times to chant : 9, 33 or 108 times.