The mother of all Yantras, also termed as Tri Chakra or Nav Chakra, Shree Yantra is a diagram configured by interlocking triangles, surrounded with two circles of lotus petal by encasing the whole within a gated frame. The nine inter locking triangles are centered on thecenter point, called the bindu. Five downward pointing triangles, the female principle represents Shakti and four upright triangles, the male principle represents lord Shiva is superimposed in order to complete the whole assemble.Together the nine triangles are interlaced in such a way that forms 43 smaller triangles. This Yantra represents the goddess in her own form of Shri Lalita or Tripura Sundari. It is alsorepresents the union of Masculine and Feminine Divine.The Shree Chakra is the symbol of Hindu Tantra, from which all other Yantras has been derived. The spiritual journey of a human being rangingfrom the stage of material existence to the ultimate enlightenment is mapped on the Shree Yantra.It is a tool in Hindu Tantra to give a vision regarding the totality of existence so that the adept will internalize its symbol. That gives adept the ultimate realization of his unity with the cosmos andgives adept the chance of discovering his primordial source. A recent issue of Brahmavidya, the journal of Adyar Library, however has argued that the Shree Yantra is identical to the Yantra described or mentioned in Svetasvatar Upanishad, but it is believed to be a unique Yantra concieved at the primordial period.
Shree Yantra has been conceived as a place of spiritual pilgrimage at the ancient age. It was first referred in an Indonesian inscription dating back to the seventh century CE. Shree Yantra had also existed in its origin country India much before actually being introduced to Indonesia. Shree Yantra is a Yantra has been derived with the object of devotion in Shri Vidya, the study of Hindu Tantra.According to the Hindu Tantra Shastra that Shree Yantra is another form of Goddess Lakshmi. This Yantra can be placed or established in temple, home, office, work place or other places.
There are the specific rules that have been laid down for worshiping Shree Yantra. It is directed that a person holding a Shree Yanatra have to wake up early in the morning to do preparation for Shree Yantra puja. After taking bath the person can do specialpuja to establish Shree Ynatra. The Yantra is to be worshiped with Gangajal or Ganga water and milk in order to do the puja. After bathing the Shree Yantra with panchamrit consists of Ganga water, milk, curd, ghee and honey the Yantra have to offered red cloth, red sandel wood, red thread and rice. Finally by performing an arati with incense, dhoop and with reciting the specific SheeYantra Mantra the person ensures successful establishment of Shree Yantra. By including the Yantra in special puja like Diwali, Navratri and holi it can be made more beneficial. Anyone who wants to gain wealth, inner strength and wants to fulfil desires can established Shree Yantra which is made by our Religious Experts in Special Muhurta.