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Vedic Yantra Vigyan Sadhana



Vedic Yantra Vigyan Sadhna is the simplest and quickest way to achieve the desired goals. Yantra can be explained as a tool or a medium or a machine. As by the usages of man-made machinery’s we perform different tasks, similarly, we can achieve different life goals by using these Mystical Yantras. The energy of mantras and particular deities is said to be residing in the Yantras. Every Angle, Numbers, Pattern, and Mantras present in the yantra has some hidden significance. Yantra is the miraculous geometrical pattern that acts as a powerful medium to fulfill our desires. It has been mentioned in our ancient scriptures that various yantras can be used to relieve obstacles and hurdles from our lives. As per our ancient treaties, there are many secret yantras which if used with proper rituals blesses us with desired results. Yantras can be installed in static as well as dynamic way. There are yantras for every issue to mankind be it financial prosperity, for relieving from diseases, getting rid of all types of negative energies, etc. Yantra is considered to be powerful for overall well-being life. Thus, yantras are beneficial for the entire mankind. Rishis, Gurus, Mystics, or Tantrics, all have emphasized the significance and importance of Yantras.


To understand the simple science of Vedic yantra, take the example of a vehicle, if a vehicle is ‘Yantra’, then ‘Mantra’ is the fuel that gives the energy to function properly and the technique used for it to work in the desired manner is called ‘Tantra’. Thus Yantra, Tantra, and Mantra are all inter-connected. Yantra is not just a drawing of patterns and numbers, there is a scientific significance behind it too. Every thought created by us creates specific vibrations in the universe and from that vibration different energy forms and mandalas are created in our surroundings. Our Ancient Rishis have decoded those energy mandalas and developed the science of yantras.





Yantras are combinations of three main principles:

  1. Geometrical patterns,
  2. Actions and implementation and
  3. Energy forms.


It has been accepted that everything on the Universal surface represents sacred patterns. All the different substances may have different appearances but their origin form i.e, their atoms and molecules are all associated, In a similar way all the Universal patterns are Incorporated in the yantras. Yantras are also considered to be representing Universal Sacred patterns. These ordinary-looking patterns are sacred patterns of Universe to Constellations. The elementary patterns of yantra are psychological symbols that aid in human development as per the needs. Thus, yantras are also the form of ‘action and implementation’. Yantra is generally made in metal sheets of copper, silver, or gold, or it can be made in bhoj patra too. These metal sheets have the characteristics to hold on to the energy vibrations for longer durations. Bhoj patra too has these similar characteristics, it can hold energy for several days and it also emits the positive energies in the universe. If we persistently and dedicated worship or meditate on a yantra, we can awaken our internal dormant powers and we easily access and activate our true hidden energies through pattern forms, actions, and implementations. This transformation reveals true wisdom.

“Vedic Yantra Shastra” has mentioned few things to be careful of while creating yantras.



Yantras created during auspicious timing work more effectively. Especially creating yantras on Holi night or Diwali night, during eclipses, on Sharad Purnima night, during Ravi pushya yog, during Navratris, and on other few important days is considered to be very auspicious. Tuesdays and Saturdays of Shukla Paksha (waxing moon period) are also said to be important.

Patterns that are made in yantras represent Divine energies, thus it is very important to do it with purity, full faith, and dedication.

It is necessary that the Sadhak (the person creating yantras) has to be pure and clean by mind &  heart as well as physically. Taking bath, wearing fresh, clean cotton clothes is also essential. There should be no Neel (cloth whitener) on the clothes.



While creating the yantras, be in a very positive state of mind, without any doubts. Have full faith that this yantra will give the desired results.

Observe complete silence while creating yantras and mentally chant the mantra for that specific yantra or mantra of your Isht Dev.

Never create yantras with a negative motive or else it can also backfire, so be careful.



Be seated on an asana (sitting mat) while preparing it.

Place a red cloth on a small wooden stool (pata) in front of you and make a yantra on it.



Yantras represent Divine energies, so respect it, never place it on the floor.

Once the yantra is ready, let it be on the red cloth only and sprinkle very

little gangajal on it, to purify it.

Do its puja by offering a ghee lamp, incense sticks, and flowers to it.

Use each yantra with the specific instructions given with it.

Yantras are to be given only to the people, who believe in yantras and have full faith in them.


Yantras shouldn’t be used during Sutak Kaal (impurity days, usually observed after birth or death in the family). Post sutak Kaal again purify the yantra by sprinkling gangajal and do its puja by offering ghee lamp, incense sticks, and flowers and then use it.


It is of utmost importance to have full faith in your Guru or Isht Dev while creating and usage of yantra, if there are some unknown, unintentional mistakes done by us, then too due to their blessings we can easily achieve our goal.


Using different geometrical shapes like lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, rounds, ashtadal, dots, etc to form a

pattern is called yantra creation. When mantras and numbers are added to these patterns they turn sacred and powerful. As per ancient practices mentioned in ‘Vedic Yantra Shastra’, special base (paper), kalam (pen), and ink are used for creating yantras. The two principal ways to make Yantras are :

  1. Ancient Method: During Ancient times yantra was made from bhojpatra (birch tree bark), copper, gold, or silver sheets. Even the kalam (pens) used for different yantra was made from different trees. The most popular and effective way to make a yantra is with the use of Ashwagandha shahi (ink) used on bhojpatra with a kalam (twig used as a pen to write)from a pomegranate tree.


To make Ashtagandh Shyahi (ink): A pinch of Ashtagandh powder mix it with little gangajal or normal water, Ashtagandha shahi is ready. The fragrance in this Ashtagandh shahi has special importance as it signifies the earth element.

To make Kalam (pen): Use a thin twig from a pomegranate tree and with a sharp knife peel it gently like a pencil point, kalam (pen) is ready.


Dip this kalam (pen) in prepared Ashtagandh Shyahi (ink) and make the yantra on Bhojpatra (birch tree bark). Once yantra is made, keep it for drying  If the yantra is Dharan Yantra than after drying the yantra fold it and tie it with mauli (sacred red thread used in auspicious rituals), fold it so small that it can easily be placed inside the tabij (amulet)

  1. Simple Method: In modern times the creation of yantra has been very simplified. Red ink is used for shahi, a simple pen is used for kalam and plain white paper is substituted for bhojpatra. This type of yantras is also considered equally powerful.



The only difference between both the yantras is, the yantra made of paper is effective only for a particular period (3 to 4 months) whereas yantras made from bhojpatra are effective for much longer durations (about 1year).


For a better understanding of Vedic Yantras, they have been divided into different categories. Some yantras are principally based on shapes, few are mainly on the energies of numbers, while few are based on the powers of beej mantras.


The powers of yantras awaken based on patterns, numbers, or the beej mantras used in creating them. More or less these yantras are like circuits in the electronic gadgets which seem like a mixture of the horizontal and vertical line forming patterns, which only engineers can understand, but the benefits of these gadgets can be for everyone who uses them. Vedic Yantras are sub-divided into seven categories as per its uses:

  1. Sharir Yantras: The Yantras of the body, such as those of the chakras.
  2. Dharan Yantras: The Yantras are worn in various parts of the body, according to the rituals prescribed by the guru.
  3. Āsan Yantras: The Yantras are placed under the seat or the mat for meditation, but even under temples, homes, or deities.
  4. Mandal Yantras: These Yantras are used in Anushthanas. In these, 9 participating Yantras are sitting each in 8 directions and one in the middle performing puja and reciting the main mantra while the others recite the mantra that corresponds to the Deity of the Direction.
  5. Pūja Yantras: All Yantras are installed at home or in temples while puja is performed. They can be made of various materials and are installed in various ways according to one’s tradition or according to the Deity to whom the Yantra is dedicated.
  6. Chhatar Yantras: Those kept under the hat or turban or in a pocket.
  7. Dharshan Yantras: These are those the Sadhaka contemplates in the morning for his spiritual welfare or those installed in the temples for the welfare of all
Ashtagandh Shyahi (ink)
Pomegranate Pen
Bhoj Patra (birch tree bark)
Vedic Yantras are the effective methods to get relief from any situation. Vedic yantra is an ancient method through which we can avoid all sort of negative energy in any situations.


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