Sri Yantra Meru siddha in pusyamrut yoga by panditji. Size 3″+3″+3″ Shree Maha Meru Chakra Yantra is really a three dimensional projection of yantra known as Shree Yantra which is supposed to be mother of all yantras. It is accepted that this yantra has been made by ” Trinity ” themselves who are the maker of this universe also. Subsequently, this Yantra is likewise considered as a hereditary code of the whole universe. Old Vedic Writings specify that even a negligible nearness of this Yantra in a family or at some other spot presents Achievement, Joy, Mental Harmony just as Wellbeing, Riches and Concordance.
Meru Yantra is an exceptionally ground-breaking and promising yantra that views matchless quality like that of Shri Yantra. Regardless of whether it is any money related issues or individual mishaps, Meru Yantra has a response to all. It fills in as a solid medium to evacuate all impediments and clear path for an upbeat, more beneficial and wealthier life. It is for the most part venerated for success. The names originate from the name of the Mountain Meru. This is a consecrated mountain that is profoundly known to be the focal point of all otherworldly and physical universes as indicated by Indian Folklore. A similar otherworldliness and forces the yantra emanates when the holder venerates the equivalent with an unadulterated heart and brain. The Meru Yantra is a three-dimensional yantra that is structured with eight petals. It is likewise known to be imbued with the forces of Shri Lakshmi and Tripura Sundari who are known to be an encapsulation of wealth and excellence individually. The yantra is likewise known to have an otherworldly mix of Manly and Ladylike forces like the Shiva and Shakti, Lakshmi and Narayana, Purusha and Prakriti. Meru Yantra is typically covered under the establishment of a house or a development building. It is additionally positioned in the storage space and in the money box to improve the progression of riches and flourishing. Mantra of Meru Yantra : “Om, Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamle Kamalalaye Praseed, Praseed, Shreem, Hreem Shreem Om Mahalaxmaye Namah”