Money came to them when they wanted it desperately
Manish took the mantra ‘SRINIVASA ARAVINDALOCHANA’ as his life mantra, chanting it whenever he can, for whatever occasions that he felt was in need of the mantra and for all his family, friends and relatives.
Recently, he chanted for his cousins – brother and sister, fighting over a silly reason and not talking to each other for several years. Unless both of them had sign for a property document, they can’t sell an ancestral property jointly owned by them.
The concerned brother called up Manish and told him that he had found a buyer who is willing to buy the property at a good price. He was also ready to patch up with his sister.
Srinivasa Aravindalochana will bring two equally opposite extremes together, if that is needed to complete divine order. What Manish has described above is about the two people placed extremely opposed to each other. One is north and the other is south.
Earning and expenditure – when the expenditure is too much and one cannot manage his expenses, with his income, this mantra will bring in more money to meet the expenditure – bridging the gap. In this situation, one need not cut down expenses. He can simply chant this continuously and wait for the money to come.
Bridging the two extreme opposite situations or persons is the use of this mantra.