Hatha Jodi is a type of root that is often described as resembling human arms with clenched fists, according to IndianNetZone.com. Hatha Jodi is primarily found in the Madhya Pradesh area of India, which, according to the National Informatics Centre online, is located in central India and is often called the "Heart of India." This plant root grows in this region, as it is rich in large plateaus, large mountain ranges, rivers and miles of dense forests, providing an ideal environment for the plant to flourish.
According to IndiaNetZone.com, Hatha Jodi provides a host of effects, including the ability to hypnotize, shield and improve the financial situation for those who possess it. Its most powerful effect is its shielding effect, as it is said to have protected those who hold it on journeys, in discussions, interviews, and battles by providing the ability to triumph and overcome fear.
Good Luck Charm
According to Shreshtha Enterprises, Hatha Jodi is also considered a rare lucky charm that provides the holder with luck, wisdom, wealth and attractiveness. When the holder is faced with situations in which they are betting, in a trial or need to win favorably, having this root in their possession will encourage their luck and ability to triumph over the other opponent.
In addition to providing protection from harm and evil, Hatha Jodi also offers good luck, wealth and increase in business, according to IndianRudraksha.com. It is particularly beneficial for business, as it can help to increase clientele, business status and the attraction power of a person. It does this because it contains the powers of “Vashikaran,” which is identified in the Indian culture as attraction.
While the root is said to contain these powers of promoting bravery, wealth and good fortune, it is important to understand that it can only give these powers if it is properly worshiped, according to IndiaNetZone.com. It must be contained in its pure form, it must always be fresh, and it must be respected. The root is supposed to be washed with water from the Ganges River and then placed on a piece of red cloth. Once it is dry, it must be dipped into raw mustard oil and properly preserved. Finally, it needs to be placed in a devout place where it can be worshiped and respected.