Shriparni Sri Kaamdev 3D Yantra for Charisma, Love, Harmony, Passion, Relationship Luck, Marital Happiness, Sexual Bliss & Fertility

SPMM-56 Shriparni Wood Sri Kamdev 3D Yantra (also known as Sri Manmatha 3D Yantra) is for Love, Husband - Wife Harmony, Happy Marital Enjoyment, etc.

SPMM-56 Shriparni Wood Sri Kamdev 3D Yantra (also known as Sri Manmatha 3D Yantra) is for Love, Husband – Wife Harmony, Happy Marital Enjoyment, etc.

Lord Kamdev (also known as Kaamadeva and Manmathan) is the God of Love, Passion and Desire. Popularly cited in many puranic literature, the magnetic powers of this Love God is graphically represented in this 3D Yantra – Sri Kamadeva 3D Yantra. Shriparni Sri Kaamdev 3D Yantra can harmonize relationships, attract true love, amplify attraction levels and resolve challenging relationship problems. It can boost the ability to influence and subjugate people wherever required by beaming powerful vashikaran healing energies. It is an attractiveness that goes beyond physical looks and an appeal that cannot be labeled or expressed in words, but can only be felt. It transforms one’s aura, making the person more likable and enigmatic to those around. For eligible brides and grooms, it can pull in their soul mate, overcoming delays in getting married – leading to a delightful married life. The Kaamdev Yantra can nurture everlasting love, enliven relationships and heighten passions and bring sexual bliss. Sri Kama Deva Yantra is indeed a divine energy tool for gaining success in affairs of heart and love.  When there are instances in life where married life seems dry and uninteresting, it can infuse desire and heighten love to create mutual love and a blissful relationship. This 3D Yantra also helps to conceive / get pregnant by boosting fertility and progeny factors. Vedic Astrologers and Jyotish Consultants have been recommending the Kaamdev Yantra for gaining irresistible attraction, for getting relief from sexual problems and for fulfilling sexual desires for many hundred years. The detailed list of the various uses and benefits of this Shriparni Sri Kamdev 3D Yantra can be read below.

Because this Sri Kamadeva 3D Yantra is made out of the Sacred Shriparni Wood (Holy Sevan Wood) and as Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi permanently resides in it, this Sri Kamadevan 3D Yantra additionally enhances financial growth, wealth and abundance after inducing money flow, profits, increased income & prosperity.

The fact that this Shriparni Sri Kaama Dev Yantra is a 3D Yantra itself makes it much more powerful than the commonly found 2D Yantras in the market. Thus this Shriparni Sri Kamdev 3D Yantra is many times more powerful than the 2D yantras made of cheap metal one finds flooded in the markets. Also, the Shriparni Wood also known as Sevan Wood, is popular for its properties of repelling pollution energy and dissipating negative energies arising out of defects in Vaastu Shastra (Vaasthu Vidya) of the building.

Please note that we Cleanse (Suddhi Karana), Energize (Prana Prathishta) & Custom Program (Samuka Karana) the Shriparni Divine Energy Tool using powerful and dedicated Siddha Programming Techniques to the User (with birth data : Name, Date & Time of Birth) so that the auspicious and positive energies are directly received. Also, because of the systematic 3-step empowerment and activation done by us, there is no need for the User to go through any additional pooja or strict rituals or mantra chanting or extra cleanliness.

Many experienced Astrologers and Vaastu Consultants recommend the Sri Yantra & Sri Maha Meru 3D Yantra made of Shriparni Wood (also known as Sevan Wood)  for Health, Wealth, Harmony, Happiness, Mental Peace as well as to correct Vaastu Doshas. They also suggest Sri Maha Mritunjaya 3D Yantra made of Shriparni Wood for both Health and Wealth. Similarly, the Shri Parni Cash Wealth Box for Financial Independence, Accumulation of Jewels & Abundance. It is customary practice in many parts of India to gift it on auspicious occasions like Wedding, Anniversary, Grahapravesh, etc. to mark their good intention. It is ideal to keep it in one’s Pooja Mandhir at home/office.

The most Auspicious & Divine 3D Yantra – Sri Kaamdev 3D Yantra made of Shriparni Wood or Sevan Wood : SPMM-56 : Appx. size : 4″ x 4″ x 4″. A more powerful and larger version with Open Lotus would be  SPMM-57 : Appx. size : 6″ x 6″ x 6″ – click here for more info & SPMM-58 : Appx. size : 9″ x 9″ x 9″. Can also be custom made in larger sizes like 12″ and 24″ against order.

Input Data : User Name(s), Date and Time of Birth(s).

Placement : In pooja place or any other location.

Important : Like all Divine Energy Tools, it is mandatory that this too has to be systematically processed and activated (Cleansed, Energized & Programmed) to User Name. Using such powerful Energy Tools with out the correct activation can cause harm. We Cleanse (Suddhi Karana), Energize (Prana Prathishta, Empowered, Energised, Energized, Energy Imbibed, Energy Infused, Energy Instilled) & Program (Samuka Karna) the Yantra (to the User Name & his/her family) so that the auspicious and positive energies are directly received. Also, because of the systematic activation done by us, there is no need for the User to go through any strict rituals or mantra chanting – whatever is being done regularly in the Pooja may be continued. No extra cleanliness is needed. No negative side effects possible because of the custom-programming. Data required : User Name, Date of Birth & if possible, Time of Birth.

Benefits of Sri Kaamdev 3D Yantra made of Shriparni / Sevan Tree Wood

SPMM-56 Sri Kamadevan 3D Yantra made of Sacred Sevan Wood is for resolving Problems in Marriage, Correcting Sexual Issues, Avoiding Divorce and Promoting Fertility

SPMM-56 Sri Kamadevan 3D Yantra made of Sacred Sevan Wood is for resolving Problems in Marriage, Correcting Sexual Issues, Avoiding Divorce and Promoting Fertility

Many Vedic, Brahamanic and Upanishadic texts like Shiva Purana, Linga Purana, Matsya Purana, Padma Purana, Skanda Purana, Brahmanda Purana, Vamana Purana, Saura Purana, Kalika Purana, Brahmavaivarta Purana, Brahma Purana, Anang Upanishad, etc. enumerate the various benefits and uses of the powerful Sri Kamadeva 3D Yantra – some of which are listed below :

(1) creates attraction, irresistible charm, charisma, magnetism and vaseekarana
(2) infuses inner sensual magnetism and amplifies inner beauty
(3) to radiate self-assurance and easily interact with everybody – family, relations, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, customers, strangers, etc.
(4) gets the attention of the people one desires to make contact with
(5) gains the ability to convince and persuade others
(6) boosts relationship luck and develops inter-personal equations
(7) attracts new customers, friendships and companionships
(8) enchants desired people and creates mass appeal
(9) strengthens loving and satisfying relationships
(10) enhances social networking and social life (if required)
(11) helps in finding & keeping love (if required)
(12) increases grace and power in all venusian things : love, romance, beauty, desirability, sexuality (if required)
(13) helps rekindle old love (if required)
(14) improves passion and voluptuousness (if required)
(15) confers the power to influence others
(16) boosts the ability to subjugate others
(17) increases vitality
(18) increases chances of venusian encounters (if required)
(19) attracts soul mate (if required)
(20) helps find suitable life partner (if required)
(21) overcomes delay in marriage
(22) dissipates obstacles, obstructions in marriage
(23) promotes mutual understanding, intimacy and marital harmony
(24) binds and gels life partners / married couple
(25) enforces re-unions and bonds together hurt or separated companions, estranged couple
(26) protects friendships from breaking, companions from separating, lovers from parting and couples from divorcing
(27) tames and controls mate/lover/spouse for good intentions (if required)
(28) resolves complex inter-personal relationship issues
(29) stimulates the mechanics of physical passion and desire – Kaama (if required)
(30) improves sexual powers and vigour (if required)
(31) triggers enhanced sexual pleasure through an improved sexual drive (if required)
(32) promotes healthy sexual relationship and sexual satisfaction
(33) helps kick start a passive sexual life into a more active and pleasurable one (if required)
(34) helps build sexual strength and boost sexual potency (if required)
(35) helps to conceive / get pregnant by boosting fertility and progeny factors (if required)
(36) mitigates the malefic effects of planet Venus in the native’s horoscope and placates it – shukra preethi
(37) increases cash flow, financial growth, prosperity, wealth and abundance (because it is made of the Sacred Shriparni Wood)

Legend

Lord Kamadeva or Kaamdev (also known popularly as Manmatha) is the God of eternal love and desire and is blessed with eternal youth and is easily the most handsome of all the Gods. His bow is made of sticky sugarcane and his scented flower arrows trailing with honey bees are the sum of intoxicating energy and made of five kinds of fragrant flowers. The five flowers are: Ashoka tree flowers, white and blue Lotus flowers, Malligai tree flowers and Mango tree flowers. His arrows are feathered with longing, tipped with love (kama), necked with resolve, and pierces the victim’s hearts with pure and eternal love. This charming deity arouses passion in all living beings and is popularly known as Kamadeva, literally the god (Deva) of desire/passion (Kaama).

Known by a plethora of epithets such as flower-weaponed (pushpayudha), flower-arrowed (kushumesu), one with a flower bow (pushpabana), five-arrowed (panchasara) and flower-bannered (pushpadvaja), Kamadev combines the image of a warrior with that of an enjoyer of beauty and sensuality. He is the sweetness of honey, the fragrance of mangoes, the intoxication of wine, moonlight, and the brisk quality of spring air, who continuously incites passion. His other names include : Ragavrinta (stalk of sassion), Ananga (incorporeal), Kandarpa (inflamer even of a god), Manmatha (churner of hearts), Manosij (he who is born of mind, a contraction of the Sanskrit phrase Sah Manasah jata), Madana (intoxicating), Ratikanta (lord of the seasons), Pushpavan, Pushpadhanva (one with bow of flowers), etc.

There are major references to Love God Kamdev, Kaamdev, Kamadeva in Vedic, Brahamanic and Upanishadic texts (Siva Purana, Linga Purana, Matsya Purana, Padma Purana, Skanda Purana, Brahmanda Purana, Vamana Purana, Saura Purana, Kalika Purana, Brahmavaivarta Purana, Brahma Purana, Anang Upanishad) predating the epic Mahabharata in which Kama Gita (Song of Kaama) is explained by Lord Vasudeva to King Yudishtira, who was in depression after the epic war was over.

This Kamagita, or Song of Kama, found in a later part of the epic, the Asvamedhika Parvan, reflects the attitude toward desire found in many of the Upanisadic writings, that desire must be struggled against and overcome in order to attain moksa. But even more emphatically and graphically than in the Upanisadic writings, this text highlights Desire’s power to trick his adversaries into believing that they have succeeded when such a victory is impossible. Even when Desire appears to be defeated, to be gone, he is simply hiding within the perception of victory.

References to the God Kamadeva occur in both Sanskrit epics, the Mahabharata (XII, XIII, and XIV) and Valmiki’s Ramayana (Balakanda).

The story of the birth of Kamadeva is told in several puranas, but most prominently in the Shiva Purana and the Kalika Purana. Lord Brahma, the Creator says : ” … another amazingly beautiful being appeared out of my mind. He had a golden complexion. His chest was stout and firm. His nose was fine. His thighs, hips, and calves were round and plump. He had blue (blue-black) waves of hair. His eyebrows were thickset and tremulous. His face shone like the full moon. His hairy chest was broad like a door. He was as huge as the celestial elephant Airavata. He was wearing a blue cloth. His hands, eyes, face, legs and fingers were red in color. He had a slender waist and fine teeth. He smelled like an elephant in rut. His eyes were like the petals of a full-blown lotus. He was fragrant like the filaments (of a flower). His neck was like the conch. He had the emblem of a fish. He was tall. He had the Makara for his vehicle. He was armed with a bow and five flowers for arrows. His glance was very seductive, as he rolled his eyes here and there. 0 dear one, his very breath was a fragrant wind. He was accompanied by the sentiment of love (srngara rasa) …”. Kamdev’s wife, Rati, whose name connotes sexual delight or pleasure, is his constant companion, almost always depicted with him. Aside from his seductive wife, Rati, Kama is often portrayed with a second wife, Priti, whose name connotes images of pleasurable sensation, gratification, and affection. The story of Priti, whose maiden name was Karnotpala, is expalined in detail in Skanda Purana. The Skanda Purana also gives details of the most beautiful Purnakala also known as Khandasila, another companion of the god of love Kamadevan.

In puranic literature and art, Kamadeva is associated not only with his two wives, Rati and Priti, but also with other biological and mythical creatures who further define the character of desire. Kama is depicted with two classes of heavenly beings called apsarases and gandharvas, a parrot as his vehicle or vahana, and a mythical water creature known as a makara. Along with his two wives there are two more companions called Vasanta, personification of the brilliant and sense-delighting spring season, and a handsome male flag-bearer having the face of a horse and carrying the makara banner.

Apsarases are heavenly female beings associated with water and air, or more specifically with the water-laden air of clouds. Residents of Indra’s heaven, Swarga, apsarases move easily between heaven and earth and, like clouds, appear in countless forms. The word apsaras is used in the Rig Veda to connote that which moves in or between the waters, meaning clouds. Identified with a more defined role in the Manavadharma Shastra and other texts, apsarases are also known as the dancers of the gods. A prominent apsaras is the popularly known Urvasi, the enchanting seductress as quoted in Satapatha Brahmana and the Mahabharata. Kamadeva commands the charms of apsarases for his purposes; and countless heavenly nymphs await his command. The Skanda Purana numbers the apsarases as thirty-five million, although it specifies that only 160,000 are important, while the Mahabharata speaks of seven times six thousand. These figurative numbers assure us that apsarases are truly countless. Embodying passionate fantasies, disappearing into clouds but reappearing to fan the flames of desire, apsarases are exquisitely effective assistants to Kamadeva, his seductive troops.

Gandharvas, male counterparts and consorts of the apsarases, also reside in Indra’s heaven, playing music for the gods and pairing with the dancing celestial nymphs. In a hymn from the Atharva Veda presenting a marriage ceremony, gandharvas are invoked for their blessing. Gandharvas are also said to have healing powers, particularly the power to restore virility.

Kama’s vahana, or vehicle, the bright green parrot with intently gazing eyes and talkative nature, represents another element of the passion instilled by Kama’s arrows.

Valued and feared, the river-dwelling gharial presents an earthy connection with the god who evokes sexual desire. Possessing long, phallic snouts and bodies containing fats and oils believed to enhance human sexual activity, gharials are graphic symbols of the desire evoked by Kamadeva. His gharial banner (Makara Dhuvaja) suggests feelings of attraction and attractiveness.

The Maras are Kamadeva’s troops, his ganas (paralleling Siva’s ganas) always at his beck and call. As a warrior, Kamadeva needs troops of soldiers for his battles. As a psychological force, Kama’s troops symbolize the force of his power, the force of desire.

The God of desire, Kamadeva is a colorful figure in the Indian tales and literature, but very few sculpted and painted depictions of the god have survived in undamaged condition. Images of Kamadeva accompanied by one or two of his wives were sculpted on the outer walls of major Indian temples. The Bhuvaneshvar temple complex in Orissa and the Kailash cave temple in Ellora preserve such sculpted depictions of the god of love and his wives. Free-standing sculptures and paintings can also be found through out India, with varying details. Beautifully carved wooden sculptures of Kama and Rati stand just inside the entrance to the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad. Two colorfully painted six-foot wooden carvings of a robust Kamadeva with sugarcane bow and bright green parrot vahana along with a seductive-looking Rati greet all entrants to the museum. A terracotta murti of Kamadeva of great antiquity is housed in the Mathura Museum, UP.

The concept of Kaama Deva with bow and arrow is found in many other cultures as well : Eros in Greece, Cupid in Rome and Amor in Latin.

About Sacred Shriparni Tree & Divine Sreeparni Wood (Sevan Wood)

The Shriparni Tree is as ancient, as pure and as sacred as the Tulsi and Peepal Tree. Puranas state that Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi herself is present in the Shriparni Tree. That is why it is known as the Kalpavriksha or Karpaga Viruksham of the Kaliyuga. Twelve years old Sriparni Wood is believed to be Svayam Siddha (Swayambu) and only then energy-mature.

The Shriparni Tree belongs to the Botanical Family Gmelina arborea : in Hindi it is called Khumar & Gori Gambhari; in Gujarati Sevan; in Marathi Shivan; in Malayalam Neykumizhu; Adavigummudu in Telugu; Kumbalamara in Kannada; Perumkumbil in Tamil and in English Coomb White Teak. The Ayurvedha classifies it as a Medicinal Plant with properties that pacify vitiated vata, pitta, inflammation, flatulence, malignancy especially leukemia, arthritis and hepato-biliary affections.

Many experienced Astrologers and Vaastu Consultants recommend the Sri Yantra & Sri Maha Meru 3D Yantra made of Shriparni Wood for Health, Wealth, Harmony, Happiness, Mental Peace as well as to correct Vastu Doshas. They also suggest Sri Maha Mritunjaya 3D Yantra made of Shriparni Wood for both Health and Wealth. Similarly, the Shri Parni Cash Wealth Box for Financial Independence, Accumulation of Jewels & Abundance. It is customary practice in many parts of India to gift it on auspicious occasions like Wedding, Anniversary, Grahapravesh, etc. to mark their good intention. It is ideal to keep it in one’s Pooja Mandhir at home/office.

Our range of Auspicious & Divine Energy Tools which are made (and used) from the Sacred Shreeparni Tree Wood (Sevan Wood) and chanelled by us are Shri Yantra or Sri Yantra (Flat, 2-Dimensional), Sri Maha Meru (3D Shree Yantra), Sri Koorma Kachuwa Meru 3D Yantra (Sri Maha Meru over Sacred Turtle), Sri Maha Mritunjaya 3D Yantra, Chausath Yogini 3D Yantra (64 Yogini 3D Yantra), Sri Maha Yogini 3D Yantra, Combined Sri Kubhera Yantra, Sri Maha Meru on Lotus Base & Sri Kanakadhara Yantra on Lotus Base in 3-D form, Sri Maha Sudharsana 3D Yantra, 4 Direction Mantra Set, Sacred Kalash, Pranava Mantra Om, Divine Swastik, Holy Trisakthi (Om, Swastik & Trishul), Sri Geeta Box (for keeping in pooja), Cash Wealth Box, Hundi (Coin Gollak), Pyramid, Surya, Door Ganesh (for mounting on the main door), Vaastu Wood Nabhi, Mandhir for Home, etc.

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Important : We Cleanse (Suddhi Karana), Energize (Prana Prathishta) & Program (Samuka Karana) the Shriparni Divine Energy Tool (to the User Name & his/her family) so that the auspicious and positive energies are directly received. Also, because of the systematic activation done by us, there is no need for the User to go through any strict rituals or mantra chanting – whatever is being done regularly in the Pooja may be continued. No extra cleanliness is needed. Caution : Because Shriparni is wood, abisheka should not be performed (anyhow, there is no necessity too, because it is programmed).

For Authentic, Cleansed, Energized & Programmed (to User’s Name or Company’s Name) Divine Shriparni Energy Tools, including 3D Yantras, call 098422-40274 or mail to crystalvaastu@yahoo.com or crystalyantra@gmail.com.