is a Yantra
an instrument, apparatus, talisman or mystical diagram, thru'
which the invisible sources of energy can be made to act/work for
the advantage of the individual, by helping him realize his dreams
and fulfill his desires & ambitions.
thru’ the five basic elements
of Nature, i.e. Earth, Water, Fire, Air & Sky, and by
recitation of certain Mantras. They also have the power to
to remove the malevolent effect of planets & increase
their positive influence.
Yantras are prepared & used
are prepared under definite guidelines
and with specific rituals, on an appropriate day, time &
place, & energized thru’ a ‘Sidh mantra’ with
utmost skill and earnestness, a process which converts them from
mere diagrams to invisible forces of energy, working for the
benefit of the individual.
Yantras have to be purified and energized with proper 'Homa' or 'Hawan'
(fire ritual) under specific Vedic guidelines laid down in the
Shastras. This is necessary to get the desired
cosmic benefit from
may be drawn or etched/carved on bronze, lead, copper, silver, gold, steel or
'Bhoj Patra', i.e., Holy bark of a tree. Yantras can either be worn on the body
in locket form, or kept in the place of worship or Alter and used for the purpose of worshipping.
to get real benefit from Yantras
being prepared, Yantras need to be duly purified, sanctified and energized with Vedic rituals.
The knowledge, skill & sincerity of
purpose of the 'Sadhaka' or expert who energizes the Yantra,
enhances the advantages & benefits that the user can get from it.
Yantra needs to be installed or worn for the first time,
on a prescribed day
& time, after recitation of specified Mantras and
3. One should pay obeisance to the Yantra regularly, as
instructed, in order to maintain it's sanctity and power, multiply
it's benefic effect, and continue to reap the desired benefit for
the rest of one's life.
4. The rituals of
worship for Yantras to be worn are different from those to be