Yantras and MahaYantras

Yantra are mystic diagrams used by people for positive vibrations and fulfillment of a specific aim. Customarily Yantra have been placed near the deities in temples at the altar and at the entrances of homes or worn in the form of a tabeez close to throat or on arms. In the southern parts of India, people draw Yantra on the floor... Read More

Yantras and MahaYantras

All You Should Know About MahaYantra for Puja

A Yantra can magnify prayers and spiritual thoughts, and also to improve concentration whilst meditating. These are a mystical diagram or a talisman made from gold, silver, copper or other auspicious metals and come with decorative gold or silver plating. Yantras are planned so that the eye is focuses at the centre and are often symmetrical. Mahayantra for Puja of Hindu God and Goddess is common, and often considered as the simplest and shortest way to attain one's desires and fulfill wishes. When puja is performed on Yantras, the residing deities within are pleased and bless the worshipper by increasing the flow of positive energy and removing the malefic effects of planets.

Mahayantra for Puja

Every MahaYantra bought from Chakra Yog has been energized with a primary puja, but it is highly recommended to perform regular puja of the Yantra to attain maximum benefits and appease the Gods. This MahaYantra for Puja must be paid special respects and kept in an auspicious space within your home and office. Here is the procedure for everyday puja to be performed before the Yantra. 1. Purify the mind and body so you begin the puja with a clear and positive mind frame. 2. Choose a spot facing East where the puja can be performed undisturbed of any distractions. 3. Light incense sticks and the puja diya. 4. Gather offering of fresh flowers and fruits in a plate to offer to the gods. 5. Open the yantra and place it alongside a sculpture or image of the corresponding deity. 6. Sprinkle pure Ganga jal on yourself and the yantra. 7. Close your eyes and pray to your God, heightening the connecting between you and the divine forces. Concentrate and seek blessings, thanking god for all good things in your life 8. Chant the specific beej mantra for each kind of yantra for at least 11 times. The mantra differs from one yantra to the other, so it is best to know which mantra corresponds to each Mahayantra for Puja of Hindu God and Goddess

Gold Plated Mahayantra of Hindu God and Goddess

There are various kinds of MahaYantra of Hindu God and Goddess and each of these bestow different benefits on the worshipper. While the Sree MahaYantra and Divya Mahayantra are very common, other common yantras used for worshipping Hindu Gods and Goddesses are: • Kali Yantra - To fight darkness of ignorance and win over competitors

  1. • Ganesh yantra - To overcome obstacles and create prosperity • Lakshmi Yantra - Brings eternal prosperity
  2. • Baglamukhi yantra - Improve your speech and oratory skills and provides protection
  3. • Shri Yantra - It is a diagram representing the entire cosmos and is considered to be the king of the yantras
  4. • Shiv Yantra – Protects from all evil
  5. • Vidya Dayak Yantra – Helps in education
  6. • Ambaji Yantra - Getting a child and a healthy progeny
  7. • Bhairon Yantra - Remove the effects of black magic
  8. • Hanuman Yantra – Protection and for business success
  9. • Vaastu Devta Yantra - Good Luck, and to remove ill-effects of Vastu

At Chakra Yog, you can find the best Gold Plated Mahayantra. Each releases particular benefic frequency and harmonious energy pattern. When you concentrate on a yantra, your mind is in sync with the resonance of frequencies from that yantra. The yantra hence becomes an instrument, apparatus or a doorway to direct beneficial, mystical and divine energies from the Universe unto you. Often, an auspiciously charged Gold Plated Mahayantra puts us in contact with extremely elevated energies and entities, being of priceless help on the spiritual path.