The Yantra is a Sanskrit word which means a tool. It is considered a mystical diagram which has been used as an aid to meditate and seek mental peace since ancient times. The practice of using Yantras is not new; instead, it has been used in multiple forms for different purposes over the years. The process of creation of a Yantra is known to represent the balancing of the five integral elements - Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. There is a great spiritual and meditative significance behind Yantra and Yantra worship. Since, Yantras are made in accordance with the ancient and time-tested Vedic principles, on particular dates and time, according to procedures defined by the Vedas and are charged and attuned with Siddh Mantras, they can be effectively used to remove a planet's malice effects and increase its beneficial aspects. The act of wearing, worshipping, concentrating on or even drawing a Vedic Yantra is said to have vast spiritual or astrological or magical benefits

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