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Subramanya yantra

Subramanya yantra

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    Subramanya Yantra

    "Om saravana bhavaya namah"
    "Om Thatpurushaya Vidhmahe
    Maha Senaya Dhimahi
    Thanno Skanda Prachodhayath"


    The word Yantra is the combination of two Sanskrit words, Yam and Trana, which means to hold and support the core of an object or a concept, and thus liberate oneself from bondage. Yantras are depicted by amulets or geometric diagrams that are considered to have magical benefits.

    Depicted for his beauty, intelligence and wisdom, Subramanya or Lord Murugan is the son of Lord Shiva. Considered to have six faces, he is known by different names (Kartikeya, Subramaniam, Skanda, Guha, Shadannana, Murugan or Shanmukha). Signified as a person of perfection, Subramanya is compared to Ares and Mars, the War Gods. According to the scriptures, he is said to have been created by all the gods to destroy the demon and guide others. Among all the other Gods, Subramanya is considered to be the most masculine and ferocious. As Lord Subramanya is personified as the god of knowledge and confidence, the Subramanya Yantra gives you spiritual power to its devotees to gain knowledge and success.

    How to Establish the Yantra

    The Subramanya Yantra is basically for people who have lost hope in life. This yantra helps shape a person’s skill to a generously proportioned attempt to defeat low confidence, debt issues and other problems in life. The Yantra contains the Shadakshari or the six letter mantras namely “SA – RA – VA – NA – BHA – Va” of Lord Subramanya. The mantras of Lord Subramanya are to be recited 108 times as per the golden rule.

    "Om Saravana Bhavana Namah"
    "Om Thatpurushaya Vidhmahe
    Maha Senaya Dhimahi
    Thanno Skanda Prachodhayath"

    It is widely believed that by chanting these mantras, Lord Subramanya will solve all your problems and thus bring victory and benefits in your life.

    The yantras can be performed by both men and women.  3 types of japas can be performed:

    • Uthama: Best: 125000 Japas in 40 days or 48 days (1 mandala)
    •  Madhyama: Better: 100008 times Japas in 40 days or 48 days
    •  Sadhyam: Easy and good:  1008 times a day for 108 days.

    Guidelines of the Pooja

    According to the Hindus, mantras are vibrations that are captured in good conducting elements such as gold, silver, iron, copper and lead. Thus, all the items of worship are made of such conducting elements. Thus even are Yantras are usually made of copper.

    Performing the Subramanya pooja has to be accompanied by certain guidelines.

    ·      The Yantra has to be kept on an altar facing north or east.

    ·      The centre of the yantra is always placed at the eye level.

    ·      The Yantra has to be washed with a mixture of rose, water and milk or just milk and water and has to be wiped with a clean and dry cloth.

    ·      The first step is to apply sandalwood and then kumkum at the centre as well as the edge of the yantra.

    ·      Then the fruits offered have to be made holy.

    ·      Then candles or ghee lamps have to be lit along with incense sticks.

    ·      Then the Subramanya Pooja is performed where the mantras are enchanted 108 times.

    ·      The pooja should be performed preferably after taking a shower.

    Significance/Practical Benefits

    The yantras are said to have mystical powers to heal many issues related to man. Most of them are not understood by everyone. Some of the benefits of Subramanya Yantras are:

    ·      It brings wealth or Lakshmi Kadaksha.

    ·      Helps flourish business.

    ·      Protects us from accidents and harmful injuries.

    ·      It protects us from people who perform black magic and also from the effects of black magic.

    ·      It protects us from our enemies.

    ·      It helps boost confidence and help build intelligence.

    ·      It brings success in every aspect of life.

    According to the Scriptures

    According to the scriptures, Subramanya is often referred to as the Hindu God of war and Murugan is referred to as the Tamil Katavul or the God of the Tamils. Subramanya has six names- (Kartikeya, Subramaniam, Skanda, Guha, Shadannana, Murugan or Shanmukha) as he is considered to have six heads. He is also considered to be the son of Lord Shiva. The scriptures also say that he was created by all the gods to destroy the demon.


    • Width: 3 Inch
    • Height: 3 Inch
    • Weight: 0.024 Kg

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