Jaadu Tona or Jadu Tona refers to black magic in the Hindi language (spoken in northern India or about 41% of India as a whole).

 Black magic is used by jealous, malicious persons who take pleasure in the misfortune of others, easily cast by anyone knowing a little Tantrik magic, Siddhi or other low level magic. The effects of Jaadu Tona / Jadu Tona or other black magic can be deep, farreaching, chronic, causing unnatural states, poor health, mental instability, negative thoughts, uncharacteristic or abnormal behaviour, heaviness or erratic heartbeat, constriction of throat, depression, bad decision making, inexplicable bruises, sores, etc. Like a disease it can spread, affecting a person’s mind, body, relationships, attitudes, work, money, marriage, career, all aspects of their life.

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This story is based on a innocent girl named Tulsi whose mother was killed and father kept behind Bass for the sake of property but Tulsi escapes and takes shelter in the jungle with the help of a trantrik.The tantrik teachers all the black magic tricks to Tulsi and after many years. Tulsi retruns back to the village to see that the villager are being torched by the Thakur and his mans.Tulsi with the help of black magic releases her father from the clutheses about Tulsis black magic power he is frightened and goes to a tantrik for help the tantrik says that when Tulsi will get married all her magic power will get over according to munims plan his nephew falls in love with tulsi and they get married but both tulsi and her husband are killed on the first night of their wedding and buried by the Thakur and Munim Man. Tulis with the help of black magic power comes back and starts taking revenge by killing a Thakur’s son Vikaram Thakur is frightened and run to a tantrik for help but as he reaches the tantrik place he sees that the tantrik has already been killed Who Killed Thakur? How powerful is black magic

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