A proper Mahamrityunjaya Jaap is conducted by a Pandit Ji or Hindu priest who chants this Mantra exactly 108 times. The rosary of Rudraksha used to offer and worship lord Shiva also comprises 108 beads that are used for this powerful Jaap. There is a special meaning of 108 numbers. 1 is a symbol of oneness. 8 denotes nothingness and 8 stands for everything. These 3 aspects are called the truth of the world. It also signifies the distance between the Sun and the earth and the moon. Also, along with the Vedas, there are 108 Upanishads in Hindu tradition.
Mahamrityunjaya Jaap is a remedy for negative thoughts and disturbing sleep. You can keep a Jaap at home when you feel an instinct for possible mishappenings in the future. Among all the other chants, this Mantra is one of the most impactful and significant chants that shows quick results. Shukracharya also known as the spiritual Master of demons got to know this Mantra from Lord Shiva himself. This chant is said to be written by Maharishi Vashistha. The Mantra is dedicated to the fierce side of lord Shiva.
There is no specific time for this Mantra, it can be changed and the puja can be organized according to a favorable time prescribed by a priest. It is considered important to chant this Mantra and organize a puja for Lord Shiva during the Sawan months. There are strict rules for the chanting of the Maha Mrityunjaya Jaap that can be better described by a learned priest. An efficient priest like Pandit Shriniwasji can perform the Jaap accurately. He is dedicated to his work and knowledgeable about the religious customs that need to be practiced for more impact.
He has complete knowledge about the religious scriptures and he makes no mistake with the holy verses. He has a good experience and he makes sure that every tradition and ritual is included in the religious process of Mahamrityunjaya Jaap.