A statement in any room. These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper.
- Colorful Sri Yantra Design by ILUMINA™
- Print of the poster in the chosen size (10, 12, 14, 16 or 18 inches)
- High quality Enhanced Matte paper
- Shipment of the printed poster for you to frame and hang it
The production and shipping process takes approximately 3 days. The time of your receipt of the printed poster depends on where you live.
NOTE: Original mailed to buyer does not include watermark.
Meaning of a Yantra
Yantras are usually associated with a particular deity and are used for specific benefits, such as meditation; protection from harmful influences; development of particular powers; attraction of wealth or success, etc. They are often used in daily ritual worship at home or in temples, and sometimes worn as a talisman.
As an aid to meditation, yantras represent the deity that is the object of meditation. These yantras emanate from the central point, the bindu. The yantra typically has several geometric shapes radiating concentrically from the center, including triangles, circles, hexagons, octagons, and symbolic lotus petals. The outside often includes a square representing the four cardinal directions, with doors to each of them. A popular form is the Sri Chakra, or Sri Yantra, which represents the goddess in her form as Tripura Sundari. Sri Chakra also includes a representation of Shiva, and is designed to show the totality of creation and existence, along with the user’s own unity with the cosmos.
Occult yantras are used as good luck charms, to ward off evil, as preventative medicine, in exorcism, etc., by using their magical power. When used as a talisman, the yantra is seen to represent a deity who can be called on at will by the user. …