The term “YANTRA” refers to support and instrument. A “YANTRA” can be said to be a geometric design which
works as a highly efficient tool for meditation, awareness and contemplation. “YANTRAS” are symbols of
spiritual significance: they have a specific meaning to the higher levels of alertness and consciousness.
The YANTRAS provides a focal point, and when you concentrate mind on a single or simple object or YANTRAS
the mental distraction and gossip gets ceased. Ultimately, in almost advanced phases, you can feel and
attain the union with God by these geometric visualizations of YANTRAS.
YANTRAS is defined as a micro cosmic image of the Macrocosm. It works as a focusing point and doorway.
Usually, YANTRAS are concentrated on a specific God or Deity. One can attain the bliss through and with God
with the help of YANTRAS.
YANTRAS are designed in such a way that you get concentration on the center, and usually they are
found symmetrical. They are drawn on paper, Metal, wood or earth. They can be three-dimensional as well.
The most famous and common YANTRAS in India is the Shri or Sri YANTRA. It is said to be the symbol of
the entire universe or cosmos that serves as the reminder to the practitioner of non difference in subject