Surya yantra to get blessings from Sun planet for good health, power, authority, overcoming difficulties. It also pacifies the malefics of Sun planet in a person's birth chart.
Surya yantra is highly beneficial for progress in career, to win over enemies, for leadership skills, cheerful disposition and healthy life energy. It is also recommended for government employees who wish to serve without corruption. It develops a charismatic personality. It bestows name and power and provides wisdom to use it wisely.
Surya is the chief, the solar deity, one of the Adityas, son of Kasyapa and one of his wives Aditi. He has hair and arms of gold. His chariot is pulled by seven horses, which represent the seven chakras. He presides as "Ravi" over "Ravi-var" or Sunday.
In Hindu religious literature, Surya is notably mentioned as the visible form of God that one can see every day. Furthermore, Shaivites and Vaishnavas often regard Surya as an aspect of Shiva and Vishnu, respectively. The Sun is called Surya Narayana by Vaishnavas. In Shaivites, Surya is said to be one of eight forms of Shiva, named the Astamurti. He is said to be of Sattva Guna and represents the Soul, the King, highly placed persons or fathers. Invoking Gayatri Mantra or Aditya Hrudaya Mantra (Adityahridayam) are known to please the Sun God.
Design: Made on golden paper and securely encased in an acryclic frame.
Dimensions: 3.4 inches (W) x 4 inches (H).
Weight: 95 grams.
Mantra:Om Grini Suryay Namah.
The yantra would be “Blessed and Energised” before despatch.
What is a Yantra?
Yantra is a mystical instrument, which acts as a great cosmic conductor of energy, having symbolic diagrammatic representation of a Deity. It is used for harmony, prosperity, success, good health, wealth, yoga and meditation. Yantras are also referred as the abodes of the divine powers of God. Read more.
How to use Mahamrityunjaya Yantra?
1. Place the Yantra facing the North West direction of your house or in puja altar.
2. Offer daily incense to the yantra.
3. Offer sandal paste in the center of the Yantra.
4. Offer Prasada (sweet offerings) to the yantra.
5. Chant the Mantra of the Yantra, minimum 11 times.
6. Consume the Prasada.
Made on golden paper and securely encased in an acryclic frame.