Yantras are geometric diagrams, often composed of shapes such as squares, triangles, circles and floral motifs, used in spiritual practices within Hinduism.

These sacred symbols have deep meaning and are believed to represent specific deities, cosmic forces or aspects of the divine.

In India, yantras serve as powerful meditation tools and are believed to embody the energy (of the deity they represent). They are used to focus the mind, improve concentration and connect with spiritual energies.

Practitioners use yantras for various purposes, such as:

  1. Spiritual growth: Yantras contribute to spiritual development and lead practitioners to higher consciousness and inner peace.
  2. Healing: Some believe that yantras possess healing properties and promote physical and mental well-being.
  3. Meditation and Worship: They serve as focal points during meditation and rituals, allowing individuals to focus their thoughts and prayers on specific divine energies or deities.
  4. Achieving Goals: Yantras are said to help in manifesting desires, attracting positive energies and bringing success in various areas of life such as prosperity, relationships and career.