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Stotrams For Begetting Children

Scientifically it is the healthy and proper functioning of the reproductive system of humans which is responsible for begetting children. However, some of the Hindu mantras are so power-packed that these help in the proper functioning of the system and thereby helps in begetting children.

So, it is not only just reciting the following mantras but also proper care of the reproductive system and a proper way of married life which would help in conceiving.

Following are the power-packed mantras that are helpful in begetting children:

Santana Gopala Mantram

Santana Gopala mantram is a very powerful mantram for begetting children. Reciting this mantram daily for 108 times would be highly effective. Do not give up hope but keep reciting till you become successful.

Om Kleem Devakisuta Govinda Vaasudeva Jagatpate
Dehime Tanayam Krishnam Tvaam Aham Saranam Gata Om Kleem

Deva Deva Jagannaadh Gotravrudhi Kara Prabho
Dehime Tanayam Seeghram Aayushmantam Yasasrinaam

Garbha Rakshambikai Stotram

Garbha Rakshambikai stotram is one of the most effective stotram for begetting children as well as for getting married. Reciting the stotram at least three times a day gives good result.

Aum
Devendriyaani Namastubhyam
Devendra Priyabhaamini
Vivaaha Bhaagyam Aarogyam
Putralaabham Cha Dehime
Patim Dehi Sutam Dehi
Sau Maangalyam Subham
Gyaanam Dehime Garbha Rakshake (rak sha ke)
Kaathyaayini Mahaamaaye
Mahaa Yoginyadeeswari
Nandagopa Sutham Devam

Patime Gurude Namah


The above two stotrams are highly effectively in begetting children. However, you need to have strong faith in god and complete surrender to god.

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Farewell Speech By School Principal to Outgoing Students

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This sample speech would be helpful for the school principal to deliver on the occasion of school farewell day party.

Respected teachers and my dear students,

Good Morning / Good Afternoon to each one present here and a very warm welcome to you to the school farewell party.