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Which bani is best for answered prayers?


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SSA ji, I wanted to know if there is a specific bani I can do to have my prayers fulfilled outside of 5 bani/nitnem? My mom told me to do 2 ashtpadi of Sukhmani Sahib everyday and I've heard that it is also good if you want your bentiyaan fulfilled. I was thinking of doing 2 ashtpadi everyday for 40 days but I will do another shabad or bani if any can recommend that. I have been praying for something very dearly but I want to do more, I feel like just my basic nitnem is not enough. 

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Do Braham kavach 32 times 

just takes 15 mins total for 32 times 

about 30 secs each Shabad or if you listen to it on YouTube it’s 1 min 30 secs around each Shabad. Sangats wishes have got fulfilled within 1 day to few weeks super fast and powerful bani

BUT!!! It has a strict timing and rules to do it. You can search Braham Kavach maryada (rules) on YouTube how to do it.

 

basicaly it’s before 6 am anytime and must wash hair everytime you start and have a glass of water and jot and dhoof on while wearing clean clothes sitting on a clean spot with clean sheet to sit on. 

 

Trust me me just do it man give it a a shot and see for yourself, it’s fast!!! 🙏

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