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I have heard that Kam Deva's mantra is very effective to attract anybody in this world. What is that Mantra?

Is it this mantra?

ઓમ નમો ભગવતે કામદેવાય યશ્ય યશ્ય દ્રશ્યો ભવામિ । યશ્ય યશ્ય મમ્ સુખં પશ્યતિ તં તં મોહયતુ સ્વાહા ।।

om namo bhagawate kamdevay yashya yashya drashyo bhavami| Yashya Yashya Mam sukham tam tam Mohyatu Svaha ||

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    ॐ कामदेवाय काम वशं कराय अमुकस्य हृदयं स्तम्भय स्तम्भय मोहय मोहय वशमानय स्वाहा ॥ i get from this site gurushakti.org.in/5/sadhna/vashikaran-kamdev-mantra – Bhavin Patel Sep 10 '15 at 7:14
  • is this mantra from vedas? – Mr. P Sep 10 '15 at 7:15
  • this mantra is for atract some one written in mention site , dont know about is from vedas or not , and from where you get this mantra ઓમ નમો ભગવતે કામદેવાય યશ્ય યશ્ય દ્રશ્યો ભવામિ । યશ્ય યશ્ય મમ્ સુખં પશ્યતિ તં તં મોહયતુ સ્વાહા । – Bhavin Patel Sep 10 '15 at 7:21
  • from news site navgujaratsamay.indiatimes.com/photo-mazza/… – Mr. P Sep 10 '15 at 7:25
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    Mantras are to be treated reverentially and obtained from a learned guru alone. They should neither be given nor taken nor recited publically. – user1195 Sep 10 '15 at 8:30
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kAmadeva or ananga is the deity of love, attraction, desire etc. There are many variants of the mantra available. The use of the mantra is not limited to attracting opposite gender but also for materializing the materialistic desires of life and creativity.

The name is used in Rig Veda (RV 9, 113. 11).[3] Kamadeva is a name of Vishnu in Vishnu Purana and Bhagavata Purana (SB 5.18.15), and of Krishna as well as Shiva. Kama is also a name used for Agni (Atharva Veda 6.36.3).

Other names used in reference to Kamadeva are Manmatha/Manmathudu (one who agitates), Atanu (one without a body), Ragavrinta (stalk of passion), Ananga (incorporeal), Kandarpa (inflamer even of a god), Madana(intoxicating),[3][4] "Manmatha" मन्मथ (churner of hearts), Manasija {he who is born of mind}, a contraction of the Sanskrit phrase Sah Manasah jāta), Ratikānta (lord of Rati), Pushpavān, Pushpadhanva, Kusumashara कुसुमशर (one with arrow of flowers), Abhipura (also a name for both Shiva and Vishnu[5]), and simply Kāma (desire, longing). (wiki)

Manmatha Gayatri Mantra

om kAma-devAya vidmahe

puShpa-vANAya dhImahe

tanno kAma prachodayAt

Om, Let me meditate on the God of love, One with flower-arrows (kAma-deva), give me higher intellect, And let the God of love illuminate my mind.

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