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The yantra can be re-energized by another purohit or by yourself at home.  Here is a procedure for :

Simple Worship of Yantras

a)   In the morning after having bath, start with a clear and positive mind frame.

b)   Find a place on the floor in the puja room facing east where you will be undisturbed.

c)   Light incense and diya (it does not matter how many you light).

d)   Place fresh flowers and fresh fruits on the altar.  Make other sweet offerings if you wish, such as honey, sweets, milk, curd, etc.

e)   Place the yantra alongside the deity of the yantra (if you have it) and your Ishta Devata.

f)   Take water with any leaf from any tree and sprinkle it on yourself followed by sprinkling on the yantra.

g)   Surrender yourself and ego completely to God and chant the mantra of the yantra for 21 times.

h)   Close your eyes and concentrate on the deity of the yantra to bless you in whatever endeavor you are trying to achieve.

By the way, here is the link to good information about yantras:


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Kanakdhara Yantra

Kanakdhara Yantra is considered a rare yantra for gaining prosperity or wealth. It was said that Shri Adi Shankarayacharya used this yantra for arranging rain of gold balls. The yantra can be installed on the altar or kept in the cash box in the home or cash register at business premises. It is said to attracted unexpected monies.

Place it on the altar on Wednesday, offer flowers, fruits, rice grains, light ghee lamp and incense. Do this worship for 21 consecutive Wednesdays with recitation of the mantra:

Om Hreem Sahastravadane Kanakeshwari Sheeghram Avatar Aagachh Om Phat Swaahaa .


Mantra must be chanted 108 times every Wednesday morning after taking bath and making offerings.

Yantra Sthapana and Pujan
  Sit on an asan facing east and keep yantra on a plate in front of you .Place spoonfull of water on head, repeat:

Apavitrah Pavitro Va Sarva Vastan Gatopi Va Yah

Smaret Pundari Kaksham Sa Bahya Bhyantarah Shuchih


(May all things unholy become holy,

may all lower tendencies depart,

just as soon as we transcend

may within and without be purified!)

Om Sri Gurubhyo Namaha (I bow to guru)

Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha (I bow Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha (I bow to Ganesha)

Om Sri Kula Devatabhyo Namaha (I bow to the family deity)

Om Sri Ishta Devatabhyo Namaha (I bow to my personal deity)

Om Sri Mata Pitribhyam Namaha (I bow to my parents)

Sip water after each mantra:

Om Sri Keshavaya Swaha

Om Sri Narayana Swaha

Om Sri Madhavaya Swaha

Pour one spoon of water on ground:

Om Sri Govindaya Namaha

Repeat and touch each after each next mantra, right eye, left eye, forehead:

Om Apo Jyothi

Raso Amtritam

Brahma Bhu Bhuvaha Swarom

Then chant the pranpratishtha mantra while offering yellow rice to the Yantra

Om Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham

Pranaha Eha Gacha Eha Tishtha Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um Om

Om Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham

Prana Eha Susthisha Bhavatu Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um Om

Om Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum pum yum sum soham

Prana Manasyachakshu Jibhyam Ghrani Pani Pachusthan Daso Indriyani Susthisha Bhavantu

Sum Yum Pum Tum Tum Chum Kum Um Om

Flowers be offered while reciting “Devaye Namah Avahanam Samarpayami”

Flowers be offered for Assan while reciting “Devaye Namah Aasanam Samarpayami”

Water be offered to wash to the feet of lord while speaking “Devaye Paydam Samarpayami”

Bath be offered to Deva while reciting “Devaye Snanam Samarpyami”

Panch amrit bath offered with mantra “Devaye Panchaamrit Snanam Samarpyami”

For clothes upvastar and Yajyo Paveet,recite the mantras “Devaye Vastram Samarpyami”,

“Devaye Upvastram Samarpyami”,”Devaye Yaghopavitam Samarpyami”

Ghand/Scent be applied while reciting “Devaye Gandham Samarpyami”

Unbroken rice be offered while reciting “Devaye Akshtan Samarpyami”

Flowers and garland be offered “Devaye Pushyani Samarpyami”

Dhoop be lighted and offered with mantra “Devaye Dhoopam Samarpyami”

Deep be lit and offered with mantra “Devaye Deepam Samarpyami”

Fruits and coconut and lemon be offered while reciting “Devaye Navdam falamcha Samarpyami”

Pan, Supari, Clove be offered with mantra “Devaye Tambulam Samarpyami”

Then offer Pradikshina with mantra “Devaye Pradkshinaya Samarpyami” and walk around the Yantra three times while chanting

“Yani Kan cha papani janmantarkirtani cha

Tani sarvani Nashyantu Pradakshin Pade Pade”

In the end offer flowers and Namaskar with folded hands and chant a rosary of the beeja mantra of the Yantra . . Beeja mantras of each yantra are specific to the Yantra and the Diety which they represent .

Then place the Yantra on a Yellow Cloth facing North . Pray regularly with Kukum , unbroken rice, yellow flowers, fruits and sweet offerings and Ghee lamp . Near Yantra always keep yellow rice and yellow mustard.

Yantras and Happiness
Yantras are considered to be the most effective remedial measures in Vedic Astrology. Yantra is a technique or path through which one can attain one’s own desires. Devas or the Planetary gods reside in the yantras and their propitation helps one attain the blessings of the respective planetary god.

Mantras never work without the proper yantras. The propitiation of mantra requires the support of yantras.

According to our shastras Yantra is a science which can be used through the five elements-earth, water, fire, sky and air and by recitation of mantras to control nature in one’s own interest. Deities are worshiped in different forms and each form is linked to a yantra. Yantra uses signs and writings to remove a planet’s malice effects and increase it’s beneficial aspects. A bindu or zero is used to form various broad figures known as ‘Yantras’.

A yantra can be drawn by anybody but it is fruitful only when energised by a ‘sidh mantra’. It is drawn and energised on a piece of silver, copper, etc which is worn by the person. The yantra hence becomes the medium through which the invisible forces of energy act on an individual. The preparation of yantra is difficult process as there are many prescribed steps and rituals that have to be followed exactly. There are different divisions of yantras based on their use, as sharir yantras, dharan yantras, asan yantras, mandal yantras, puja yantras, chhatar yantras, darshan yantras. All the yantras given above are placed at different places according to their use i.e. they may be placed below a house, tied on a part of body, etc.

The yantras can be used for fulfillment of some daily life causes as protection of a child, to win gambling, to remove stammering, to prevent abortions, to find a suitable match for a girl, to stop drinking habbit and many other daily causes.

Uses of Yantras

1. For wealth and happiness, bhuvaneshwari yantra is performed.

2. For removal of poverty, prachand chandika yantra is performed.

3. For improvement of speech and promotion of music, matangi yantra is used.

4. For wealth,prosperity and fortune, kamala yantra is used.

5. To win law suits, beesi yantra is performed.

6. To acquire worldly objects, pandrah yantra is useful.

7. For good health, wealth, good fortune and fame,mahamritanje yantra is very useful.

8. For birth of son, mahammadan yantras can be used.

Propitiation of yantras is considered to be the shortest way to appease the planets, subject to the condition that they are propitiated in the right way as suggested by the great Indian Rishis (seers). Right propitiation of the yantras and regular worship is the key to attain maximum benefits.

Positioning of Yantras
It is generally recommended that a Yantra be placed in the north/north-west direction facing the south/south-east direction in a room. However, this rule of thumb does not apply to the Vaastu Yantra as it is supposed to be placed in the south-west corner of the house, facing north-east. The Sri Yantra is supposed to be placed in the east, facing west. The Lord Kuber Yantra should be positioned in the north facing south or in the east facing west.

Placing of Two or More Yantras Together

Two or more Yantras may be placed together but caution is advised that a Lord Kuber Yantra must always be positioned at the extreme left of any group of Yantras. This particular Yantra should be on the left-hand side when we look at the Yantras. The Sri Yantra should be in the exact center of the group. If an altar has only the Sri Yantra and a Lord Kuber Yantra, then the Sri Yantra should be to the right-hand side of Lord Kuber when we stand or in front of them. A Ganapati or Ganesha Yantra should always be placed at the extreme right side of any group of Yantras.

Shree Yantra Pujan
  The Shree Yantra in the 3 Dimensional Meru Type is popularly made in Sphatik Crystal and is a multi Pyramid Cosmic Grid signifying unlimited abundance and positive powers. This is Multi pyramidal Geometry with 7 Pyramid steps and 43 petals with Base angle of 51.5032. Exact matching of this Geometry brings about optimum results. In India and China the Shree Yantra is used by Business class and the affluent .On seeing that this Geometry in 2D or 3D form symbol INVARIABLY brings in tremendous amount of Affluence, Abundance and Harmony this was termed as “Shree Yantra” – “Shree” meaning “wealth” and “Yantra” – Meaning “Instrument” – “The Instrument for Wealth” . The Shree Yantra brings about material and spiritual wealth .


In the cosmos there are three states-Creation, Establishment and Destruction and these are represented by the three circles in the Shree Yantra which in itself is the symbol of the universe or cosmos. When this circle is elevated it stands as a symbol of Sumeru Mountain balancing the whole universe and it contains of all the worlds situated in the Sumeru Mountain, as described in Puranas. It is called “Meru Prastha Shree Yantra” and is the best of all.

Shree Yantra is the worshipping place of the form of the super goddess, Mahatripur Sundari. It is Her divine abode. All the gods and goddesses are worshipped in it and all other religious adorations are done here. It includes all the conducts, all the learning and all the elements. The rightful person of all sects, castes and creeds can believe in it as the religious practitioners and priests.

Well proved and well designed by nine chakras – four Shiva chakras and five Chakras of the goddess shakti incarnate, Shree Chakra is the manifestation of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti. The fruit of benefit which is gained after performing duly one hundred Ashvamegha Yajnas, that can be acquired only by having a sight (vision) of the Shree Yantra.

There are three kinds of Shree Yantra, Bhuprastha, Kurma Prastha and Meru Prastha. Shree Yantra that is plain is called Bhuprishtha -(Back of the Earth), one which is raised on a tortoise back is called “Kachchhap Prishtha” and that which is raised fully like the Sumeru Mountain is called Meru Prishthha like a Mountain.

Shree Yantra can be chiseled out of a crystal piece, engraved on crystal, precious stones, on copper or silver metals in plain plans or elevated plans. But out of all these Shree Yantras, the Yantra which is dug out of crystal, chiseled minutely in an elevated form i.e. in Meru Form is regarded as the best of all. Crystal Shree Yantra is the best for the householder also.

ShreeYantra Sthaapana

ShreeYantra Sthaapana in your home/office/vehicle is done on a Friday . Soak in saline water overnight (Thursday night ) . This takes away all negativity from the crystal . Then take it out , wash in normal water and keep on moist earth (mud) under sunlight for few hours . Then take it for Puja .

Place Yantra on a plate and wash it with water , and milk mixed with saffron . Then wash it again with water . Light incense and sprinkle water where the Yantra is to be kept chanting “Aim Hreem Namah” . Place yellow cloth and a sheet of silver/gold and place Yantra on it . Put Kum Kum/ Sandal paste and a coral mala on the Yantra . A Shivling is also placed near the Yantra during Pran Prathistha . Offer flowers (yellow) , Gur (jaggery) , raw turmeric and incense to the Yantra . Chant 108 times the following mantra on a Lotus seed rosary

“Om, Shreem Hreem Shreem Kamle Kamalalaye Praseed, Praseed,

Shreem, Hreem Shreem Om Mahalaxmaye Namah”

Then cover Shree Yantra with red cloth .

Pray and worship every Friday without lifting from Seat . Every Friday take off the red cloth and offer fresh flowers and offer Gur (jaggery) , raw turmeric and incense to the Yantra . Rest of the days only have sight (darshan) of the Yantra by lifting the red cloth. The tip of the Shree Yantra is called the aerial or antenna in scientific term and is called Mahatripur Sundari which means Niwas Sthan (home) of Sampoorna (all) Devis and Devtas (God and Goddess) in religious term.

Meditation is done on the tip of the Shree Yantra (Mahatripur Sundari) and while chanting Mahalaxmi Mantra concentrate on the tip and meditate with open eyes. It is also helpful for students in achieving focus and intelligence .


Since Shreeyantra works on the cosmic ray theory, apart from Hindus even Muslims, Parsis, Christians and people following other religions also believe in it because they believe in the cosmic ray theory of the stones. They do not do Puja like the Hindus but they keep it near their Holy Books or at the place of worship. They also concentrate on the tip and meditate while chant the lines from their holy books with open eyes.

Simple Worship of Yantras

For those who prefer simple worship of a Yantra, traditionally a small lighted oil-lamp or ghee lamp placed in front of the Yantra is regarded as the best form of simple worship. The lighting of incense of various types is also well regarded as is the auditory stimuli of chanting Mantras or playing tapes of sacred chants. As Yantras are living energy systems, they respond to all sensory stimuli. Perfume is perceived as a vain affectation and is to be avoided especially as most perfumes consist of synthetic components. Energy workers such as Reiki masters and Pranic healers can direct their own energies at the Yantra as a gesture of giving thanks or in worship. Some healers have reported stunning positive responses that were evoked.

  • Narasimhaye: If you are able to talk to your or sister and your girl cousins, you will be able to speak to any girl you like. Don't be shy. Try to be confident in
  • arjun: sir please help me I cannot talk to any girl I'm not frank and I am very afraid of doing things I think what the world will think I don't have confide
  • Narasimhaye: I meant do Puja , not pika sorry.