YANTRA COASTERS - Set of 2
Set of 2 - Enjoy your Cuppa with the Sacred Geometry
These coasters are inspired by Sacred Geometry- Yantras. Yantra is a Sanskrit word that means "contraption" or "machine." Its use dates back to 11,000 - 10,000 BC. Indian Tantric traditions used yantras as mystical diagrams to aid in meditation and deity worship. This coaster set consists Saraswati Yantra & Shree Yantra.
The “Sri Yantra” is a complex yantra consisting nine interlocking triangles surrounding a central bindu and bordered by lotus petals and triangular designs that symbolize the doors to the universe. The four of these triangles are pointing upward (representing masculine God Shiva) and five downward (representing female deity Shakti). The combination of the two triangles represents the metaphysical and biological union and the creative potential that gives rise to life and the universe. Actually Sri Yantra is a mathematically precise design and based upon Golden Proportion. Everything that exists in nature, is constructed in a proportionately precise manner and this proportion is called the Golden/Phi ratio.
Goddess Saraswati is known for wisdom, education, intellect and speech. Everybody needs to enhance their knowledge through various ways like academic pursuits, private study of religious/spiritual agreements etc. Saraswati Yantra helps to attain all these. It enhances the knowledge, improves concentration and memory power and performance in the examinations. She is also referred to as Vak devi (goddess of speech) and Sakala kaladhishtatri (goddess bestowing all the arts), therefore, devotee is blessed with an understanding of music, dance and other creative arts and is enabled to achieve proficiency in them. Only good thoughts will spring up in the worshipper’s minds. The figure with rounded lines made in the middle of the yantra is symbolic of the veena held in Shri Saraswati Devi’s hand which represents Her kriyashakti (Energy of action).
This product is rendered by artisans of the Bidri Metalcraft, craft that was developed in the 14th century C.E. made by artisans from Bidar in Karnataka. The metal used is a blackened alloy of zinc and copper inlaid with thin sheets of pure silver.