Feb 22, 2019

Shriparni Meru Yantra : Shriparni Sri Rahu Ketu Sarpa Maha Naga Mandala 3d Yantra for Rahu Preethi, Ketu Preethi, Kaalsarp Dosha Nivarthi, Sarpa Shanti, etc.

SPMM-304 : 12" Shriparni Wood Sri Rahu Ketu Kaala Sarpa Naga Preethi 3d Yantra for Naga Preethi, Rahu Ketu Dosha Nivarthi, Kaalsarp Shanti, etc.

SPMM-304 : 12″ Shriparni Wood Sri Rahu Ketu Kaala Sarpa Naga Preethi 3d Yantra for Naga Preethi, Rahu Ketu Dosha Nivarthi, Kaalsarp Shanti, etc.

Shriparni Sri Rahu Ketu Sarpa Maha Naga Mandala 3d Yantra is a unique and most powerful combination of several Yantras in 3d format. The Naaga Maha Mandala consists of many Yantras including Rahu Preethi Yantra, Ketu Preethi Yantra, Kaala Sarpa Yantra, Naga Dosha Nivarthi Yantra, Naagpash Yantra, Naga Nagini Preethi Yantras, etc. This rare 3d Yantra made of the Divine Shriparni Wood mitigates the evil effects arising out of Rahu Dosha, Ketu Dosha, Rahu Ketu Dosh, Naga Dosha (Sarpa Dosha, Sarpdosh, Nagdosh, Naaga Dosha), Naga Sapha (Sarpa Sapha, Naaga Sabha, Sarpa Sabha, Naga Curse, Sarpa Curse, Snake Curse, Serpent Curse), Kaalsarp Dosh (Kaala Sarpa Dosha, Kalasarpa Dosha), Naga Bhaya, Naga Kopam, Naga Yoga, Sarpa Veedhi, insulting of Naga Devas or Naga Devathas, destruction of Sarpa Putthu and Sarpa Kavu, killing of serpents, Rahu Ketu Dhasa, Bhukti and Antar Dhasas, Rahu Ketu Transits (Gochara), etc. This 3d Yantra is also used for gaining fertility, prosperity, powerful healing, energy level cure for snake bites.

Naga Devas and Nagini Devis

In Vedic Mythology, the Naga Devas and Nagini Devathas (Devis) are powerful and divine serpentine energy beings living on Earth with humans. The Naga Realm known as Naga Lokha (Naaga Loka) or Pathala Loka is below the Earth, according to Markandeya Purana. With Potala (or Patala), the Great Naga Palace in it’s capital city Bhogavati, the Naaga Kingdom is a vast domain of palatial residences, pleasure gardens, astounding gems and jewels, music, joy and Wish Fulfilling Naga Mani – the sacred metaphysical stone of great beauty, which is the symbol of both magickal and spiritual. Nagas, worshiped as Gods in India and many other Asian cultures, have wisdom to teach human beings. They can shape-shift, have siddhis (paranormal powers) and often guard hidden treasure troves, thereby making them potent symbols of esoteric knowledge. Patanjali Muni himself is said to be a member of this super race of sarpa beings, having incarnated in human form to dispense knowledge to mankind.

Descriptions and origin of the Naagas are found in many scriptures including Atharva Veda, Naga Taksaka, Mahabharata, Hari Katha, Varaha Purana, Nilamata Purana (Kashmiri Naga Purana), Mayasilpa, Mayasamgraha, Amsumadbhedagama, etc. It is stated that there are 12 different types of Naga Lords (Nagaraja, Naga Raja) and Naaga Guardians – the names morph, and each has an associated myth.

1. Ananta Naga : Ananta in Sanskrit means endless, limitless, eternal or infinite. Ananta is the Divine Snake who helped Lord Vishnu by giving him, during the pre-creation stage, a ground to stand on. Thus, the substance that forms the manifestation is Ananta Naga. Ananta is also the serpent of infinity who eavesdropped on the secret Yoga teaching being imparted by Lord Shiva to Goddess Parvati. On being apprehended, Ananta was sentenced by Lord Shiva to impart that teaching to human beings, for which purpose Ananta assumed the human form and was called Patanjali Munivar.

2. Kulika Naga : Kulika is a Sanskrit term meaning a kinsman of a good family, an artisan or head of a guild, a hunter, as well as a kind of poison. Kulika was one of the sons of Kasyapa and Kadru, early progenitors of the Divine Naga race. He is described as dusky-brown or red in color, and having the mark of a half-moon on his head.

3. Vasuki Naga : Vasuki is one of the three Chief Nagarajas of the Nagas. Vasuki represents courage, because he lends his body to be wrapped around the mountain Mandara, which becomes the churn by which the ocean endures its suffering (abrasions that occur in the process of churning), around which things arise out of cosmic milk. Vasuki is famous for coiling around the neck of Lord Shiva, who blessed Vasuki and wore him as an ornament. His color is white.

4. Sankhapala Naga : Sankhapala is a Nagaraja who lived beside a lake. He was kind, compassionate and religious. Like other Nagas, he had the capacity to change forms at will, appearing beautiful, strong and divine. His color is yellow.

5. Padma Naga : Padma is one of the principal Naga Chieftains, a follower of Varuna, associated with a radiant lake. In some stories, he is described as a protector of temples and yogis, employing mantra, tantra and sadhana to preserve dharma from the forces of evil. In Sanskrit, one of its meanings is “lotus,” a flower, also referring to a particular posture for learning Yoga. His color is rose.

6. Maha Padma Naga : Mahapadma was the son of the Rishi Kasyapa and his wife Kadru. One of the principal Naga Chiefs, Mahapadma was the guardian of one of the race’s largest treasuries. In some stories, he is described as a serpent with a human face. Reluctant to bare his fangs and strike his enemies down with poison, he prefers to wreak vengeance in the form of natural disasters, like rain and floods, snow and hail. His color is white.

7. Takshaka Naga : Takshaka is mentioned as a King of the Nagas in the Great Hindu Epic Mahabharata. Takshaka was a descendant of Lord Rama and a friend of Indra, the King of the Devas. After a king of the Pandavas was cursed to die of snakebite for a mistake he’d made, Takshaka came in disguise to strike the fatal blow, bribing an Ayurvedic pundit not to cure the king of snake-poisoning. Thus Takshaka represents the dangerous aspect of snakes, as they are feared by all due to their venom. Later, after becoming corrupted by power, Takshaka was banished from the area and became a robber of travelers through his new territory. This provoked a war against the Nagas and, although Takshaka fled, he was captured and sentenced to death. But the intervention of a boy-sage, Astika, saved his life and thereby ended the genocidal war against the Naga race. His color is red.

8. Karkotaka Naga : Karkotaka is a Naga Lord who lived in a forest, and was linked in enmity with Nala, king of Nishadha, whom he bit. As a result, he was cursed by the Sage Narada to become immobile. Later, Karkotaka was trapped in a forest fire, unable to flee, but was rescued by Nala, after which the curse of immobility was broken. In gratitude, Karkotaka helped Nala regain his lost kingdom, first biting him so that his venom turned Nala blue, enabling the king to return from exile without being recognized, and immune to his enemies. His color is black.

9. Shankhachuda Naga : Shankhachuda was one of the great serpent kings whose story was immortalized in the acclaimed drama Nagananda. In this story, Prince Jimutavahana gives up his own body to prevent the sacrifice of Shankhachuda to Garuda, the King of birds and eternal enemy of serpents.

10. Pataka Naga : Little is known about Pataka, except for being named in the Vedic texts as one of the Naga Kings. The word “pataka” derives from the Sanskrit root paat, meaning “to fall.” In this context, pataka may refer to a sin so serious that it deprives one of caste membership, and thereby one’s livelihood. Pataka is also known as Ghataka, whose etymology is related to a unit of time, 24 minutes.

11. Vishadhara Naga : Again, little is known about Vishadhara, but the name of this Naga King, based on the Sanskrit root visha, means something equivalent to “a container of poison” in the same sense that a cloud is a container of water. This is logical, since cobras are feared for their venom. More broadly, it can refer to a nest of serpents.

12. Adishesha Naga : Adishesha is the thousand headed immortal serpent upon which Lord Vishnu sleeps between incarnations, in the primordial ocean of milk (Kshirasagara). This is associated with Moksha. The word adi means “the first” while the word shesha means “remainder” implying something of an original creation that survives destruction and lies in a suspended state awaiting the next cycle. The Lord of Serpents, Sheshanaga was incarnated to the earth in the form of Lakshmana (younger brother of Lord Rama) during Treta Yuga and during the Dwapara Yuga, he incarnated as Lord Balarama (Lord Krishna’s elder brother). He is said to be an eternal companion of Lord Vishnu in all incarnations.

There are other powerful Naga Legends like Serpent Queen or Nagarani Manasa Devi (Rig Veda, Manasamangal Kavya, Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Devi Bhagavatam) who is worshiped to this day for gaining fertility, prosperity, healing, prevention and cure for snake bites – she is also believed to be sister of Vasuki Naga; the four Naaga Dik Palas (Naga Directional Guardians) : Naga Utarmansa (Lord of North), Naga Bindusara (Guardian of East), Naga Madaka (Protector of South) and Naga Elapatra (Controller of West); Maha Naga (Centre of both Inner and Outer Worlds) or Kundalini Devi (Red Goddess Lalitha Tripura Sundhari); Naga Queen Neta Devi; Naga Princess Ulupi whom Arjuna married (Bhagavad Gita); Asvasena Naga, the son of Takshaka Naaga; and ofcourse Sarpa Mata Kadru, the mother of the Deva Sarpa race.

The highlight of this Sevan Wood 3d Mandala Yantra stems from it’s uniqueness that it is the only Yanthra that offers remedial measures of all the evil yogas and doshas related to Rahu, Ketu and all Nagas, under one umbrella. The Shriparni Wood Sri Maha Naga Mandala 3d Yantra is a powerful Yantra that has the potential of complete Sarpa Preethi to all the clans of Naga Vamsa including the 12 Naga Guardians, 4 Naga Dik Palakas, Rahu, Ketu and the Naga Rani Manasa Devi, apart from others. The divine presence of the Secret Sigils of the Naga Lords and Naga Guardians, Naga Kavach and the three dimensional steles of Naga Symbols strengthen the energy levels of this 3d Yantra further.

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Apr 3, 2017

Sevan Yantra : Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra for Boosting Fertility/Progeny, Enabling & Preserving Pregnancy & Aiding Safe Child Birth

SPMM-272 : 2" Sevan Yantra : Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra for Boosting Fertility/Progeny, Enabling & Preserving Pregnancy & Aiding Safe Child Birth

SPMM-272 : 2″ Sevan Yantra : Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra for Boosting Fertility/Progeny, Enabling & Preserving Pregnancy & Aiding Safe Child Birth

The Santhana Gopala Krishna Yantra is useful for childless couple who desire to increase fertility, conceive, have more filial children or have many descendants. In this Sacred Geometry Yantra, Lord Krishna is propitiated in the form of Child Krishna or Nanda Gopal, who can gift progeny. When putrakaraka Guru or Jupiter and the 5th house in the natal chart of the native’s horoscope or kundali are not well disposed, blessing of offspring is delayed or sometimes even denied. To overcome this strong affliction, Vedic Astrologers strongly recommend the powerful Santhana Gopala Yantra. The Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra displayed here fulfills one’s wish of conceiving many illustrious offspring by boosting one’s descendant luck – it minimizes the tensions and stress and other barriers that might obstruct conceiving.

Sri Santhana Gopala 3D Yantra which is the visual form of the Santhana Gopala Mantra, is to beget a worthy child : Putra-Labh. It is also effectively used for the purpose of getting rid of the complications during pregnancy or for removing the obstacles in progeny or parenthood. If there is a delay in progeny and when some complication arises, this Yantra is installed for getting rid of the negativity. This Sevan Wood 3D Yantra minimizes the chances of miscarriage and abortion during pregnancy. It infuses divine energy into the immediate atmosphere to cleanse it of unwanted, corrupt energy which could damage the unborn child. This Sriparni Wooden Yantra also facilitates an easy labor and birth. Thus the Santhana Gopala Yantra is also suggested by many Jyotish Pundits for those expecting mothers, for birthing healthy and intelligent children. Hence the Sevan Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra can bestow fertility, protect and preserve pregnancy, prevent any chances of mishap during pregnancy like miscarriage or abortion, avoid premature birth and ensure safe delivery.

SPMM-272 : 2" Sevan Yantra : Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra for Boosting Fertility/Progeny, Enabling & Preserving Pregnancy & Aiding Safe Child Birth

SPMM-272 : 2″ Sevan Yantra : Shriparni Sri Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra for Boosting Fertility/Progeny, Enabling & Preserving Pregnancy & Aiding Safe Child Birth

The Santhana Gopala Krishna 3D Yantra is dedicated to Lord Maha Vishnu – since this 3D Yantra is made of the rare and sacred Shriparni Tree Wood (in which Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi resides naturally as Swayambu), it becomes doubly auspicious : Lakshmiji is the Divine Consort of Lord Vishnu.

Sri Santhana Gopala 3D Yantra made from Sacred Sevan Tree Wood (also known as Shriparni Wood, Ghambari Wood and Khumar Wood) is a very unique and exotic combination. In Vedic Astrology, Sri Santhana Gopala Yantra is recommended for enabling pregnancy and easy child birth. The Santhana Gopala 3d Yantra here is in 3D form (Three Dimension) and is many folds more powerful than the flat 2D Yantra. Because it is made of the Holy Shriparni Wood (also called as Sevan Wood), the magnified prosperity energy doubles up resulting in both HEALTH and WEALTH. It is also believed by many that besides producing a huge amount of positive energy, the Sriparni Wood also absorbs pollution. Leading Jothish Pandits recommend the Santhana Gopala Yantra made of Shriparni Wood for gaining both Financial Growth as well as to correct Vastu Doshas.

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