Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Tracing The Origin Of Ngai: Indian Sacred Root Worship

On working with Vietnamese and Thai Ngai magic, I have made a hypothesis that the Ngai practice is originated from the Indian sacred root worship. The reason is that the most notable similarity is the use of the roots of plants: The Ngai practices make use of many plant roots, notably the ginger types amongst many other herbal plants.


Below are a collection of Indian sacred roots available for purchase taken from intranet sources:


Swetarka Ganapati


Swetarka Ganapati is the root of a shrub called Safed Madar, which take the form of lord Ganesh. Worshiping it with powerful mantra of lord Ganesh increases the person’s spiritual power. It also regenerates vigor, vitality, enthusiasm. It also removes the obstacle and brings prosperity.


Swetark Ganpatis which have been sourced from the Swetark trees growing on the banks of River Narmada.


Among Indian plants, Madar is a special kind of plant. It is poisonous. Its leaves are not eaten even by animals. However, it is believed to possess full of mystic and has medicinal qualities. In Ayurveda, it is described as a life-giving plant. The leaves, flowers and bark of Madar plants are very dear to Gods but the plant of Madar is not offered like other plants. It is avoided and condemned as a pain-giver.


Kali Haldi (Black Turmeric)


Black Turmeric is known as Kali Haldi and is used in Tantrik Sadhana. This plant is found around the Narbada River in Madhya Pradesh, in Makwan Pur Dist of Nepal, and in the plains of Vastor.


A Kali Haldi should be charged by Bhairav Mantra. In Tantric practices, a Kali Haldi deals with the medicinal and other uses of this ginger plant. This is also called 'Kalpa Tantra. Kali Haldi or Black Turmeric is known as Siddha Kali Haldi and it is used in Tantrik Sadhana. This Siddha Kali Haldi or Black Turmeric is used for Tantra sadhana, bhairav sadhana to removing Back Magik.


Hatha Jodi


Hatha Jodi or also known as Hatha Jori is said to be an incarnation of Goddess Chamunda. It is the root of a rare kind of herb found in Madhya Pradesh (India) in Amar Kantek hills and in the Lumibani valley of Nepal, there are thick forests. In these jungles one can find a plant know as "BIRVAH" which has blue and white colored flowers and which is similar to the Dhatura plant. After taking it out, it is immersed in Til oil. It is said that Hatha Jodi absorbs about one kilo Til oil in a month whereas its weight remains the same. When it stops to absorb oil, it is taken out. After performing Puja, Hatha Jodi is kept in Sindoor(Vermillion). After this, it is used in Tantric sadhanas. It is known as a wonderful tantrik item . This Hatha Jori shall be kept in vermillon and in silver box or case in puja Ghar or locker/almirah. One shall light incense in front of Hatha Jodi daily.


Hatha Jodi is said to possess the power to influence people and to win over enemies and clients. This wonder of nature blesses the possessor with wealth, metta, victory over enemies, accidents are averted and one remains free from any Tantrik effects.


Hatha Jori shall be kept in vermillion and in silver box or case. Energised Hatha Jodi is very useful Tantric Item for winning a court battle. Hatha Jori is rare and so is highly priced. Since Hatha Jori has the powers of ‘Vashikaran’ or attraction. It is very useful in winning favors or winning trials etc. Hatha Jodi is otherwise called Vashikaran Amulet or hypnotizer. It hypnotizes the people whom you deal with, towards you.


  1. i have genuine shwetark ganpati interested person call me- 08521915610 ;price Rs. 10 lkh.

  2. respected sir,
    Most respectfully i beg to state that i just need to know the english name or image/photo of a herbal tantaric plant generally known or called by the name of "Sankha Holi Ki Boti", i hope you must help me in this regard.
    i shall remain thankful to you for this act of your kindness.hope to have your kind reply via my email as soon as possible,