Sri Yantra is referred to as the mother of all Yantras because all other Yantras originate from it. The worship of the Sri Yantra is central to the Sri Vidya system of Hindu worship. It signifies the Goddess as Devi Tripura Sundari and is an interpretation of the universe at the macrocosmic scale and of the human body at the microcosmic scale. It contains nine interlocking triangles and all that surround the focal point: the Bindu. The four upward triangles correspond to Shiva, and the five downward triangles represent Shakti. Each of the forty-three small triangles has a presiding deity linked to a particular aspect of existence. This Yantra is a remedy to restrict the evil force entering the house. In addition, it contributes to health, financial growth, prosperity, positive energy, peace, and harmony.
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Yantra main description
Yantras are sacred symbols used for worshiping gods and goddesses. The term Yantra means “instrument,” “mechanism” or “device” in classical Sanskrit. It holds great significance in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. They are used to adorning the entrances of houses and the floors of temples. According to ancient scriptures, these Yantras represent divinities and cosmic powers. Every deity has its Yantra, has its specific purpose, its meaning. These Yantras are visual Mantras, and these have been used to gain success, wealth, and power, and to get protection from the influences of evil and negative energies. These sacred symbols are instruments used to enhance human life in a variety of dimensions. Yantras can be either flat or in three dimensions. It can be painted or designed on paper, etched on metal, or any flat surface. Here are a few of the most popular Yantras for good luck that help bring luck to your home.