Swastik Om Trishul Trishakti Yantra

divyamantra-swastik-om-trishul-trishakti-yantraTrishula is one of the weapon of Lord Shiva. As per Hindu mythology, it is said that the Trishakti Trishul Yantra which has Hindu symbols of Om and Swastik in Trishul is wielded by Lord Shiva. As like Lord Shiva, other deities Lord Ganesha and Goddess Durga also hold Trishula as a weapon with other weapons. The three points of this Trishula represents three trinities i.e. Creation, Maintenance and Destruction. This yantra is worshipped and is one of the best tool known for the removal of vastu dosha or defects in vastu of a place. Trishakti Yantra is a combination of three symbols –Swastika, Om and Trishula. Each symbol has an unique significance. The trishula plays a important role in human body, it represents the place where the three main nadi meet at the eyebrows or which we called energy center or dhyan bindu.

As per belief, it is said that Trishul protects from mental imbalance and helps in meditating mind. It comes with blessings of all deities and removes negativity.

Placing this yantra above the main door is believed to protect home from negative energy entering the house and spreads positive atmosphere.

Swastik is known for good fortune and well being. it is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Om is one of the spiritual symbol provides the positive vibration around you and your family. Om symbol refers to soul and ultimate reality, entirety of the universe, truth, divine, supreme spirit, cosmic principles, knowledge.

The Trishakti Yantras sold on Divyamantra.com are made from pure brass. It is polished by golden color. For hanging the yantra, a hook is provided on the top of the yantra. It can be placed inside or outside the main door, or you can place it in pooja room, office or temples for worship.

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