Chant these Shani mantras for Neelam Stone!


The quick acting gemstone – the Neelam or Blue Sapphire is the Gem of Lord Shani or Saturn. Since this is such a compelling and quick performing gemstone, it is critical to wear the Neelam/Blue Sapphire under the master direction of a presumed crystal gazer. While the celestial prophet assumes such a significant part, it is likewise fundamental to pick the Neelam/Blue Sapphire gemstone from a confirmed purchaser. A judicious check while buying the Gem will go far in guaranteeing the accomplishment of numerous positives and advantages.

Once the stargazer has exhorted you to wear the Neelam/Blue Sapphire, it is additionally basic to religiously take after the strategy that the celestial prophet will recommend while wearing the gemstone.

Alongside the said technique, it is additionally basic to serenade the correct mantras with a specific end goal to acquire the endowments and advantages of the great Neelam/Blue Sapphire.

It is constantly viewed as a best practice to bless and invigorate the Blue Sapphire according to full Vedic rights. In any case, if a Vedic pooja is unrealistic, the following best option is to serenade one of the accompanying mantras 11 to 108 times and petition Lord Saturn to favor you as you wear the excellent Neelam/Blue Sapphire.

Vedic Stotra Mantra for Shani :

“Nilanjan samabhasam raviputram yamagrajam chaya martand sambhutam hat namami shainshcharam”

Importance of the Vedic Stotra Mantra for Shani

I love and implore the Blue Eyed Lord Saturn, the Son of Sun, the senior sibling of Yama, destined to Chhaya and Martand (Sun).

Tantrik Beeja Mantra for Shani/Saturn

“Om Praang Preeng Proung Sah Shaneschray Namah”

Other than these mantras, you can likewise serenade

“Om Sham Shaneyshachraye Namah”

This mantra ought to be droned 108 times in a solitary sitting.

Another extremely prominent mantra that numerous celestial prophets prescribe to the wearers while putting on the lovely Blue Sapphire/Neelam gemstone is to present

“Chhaya-martanda-sambhootam cap namaami Shanais-charam”