Shri Siddhachakra Mahayantram – Jain Yantram
|Size||6 x 4 Inches|
|Weight||41 Grams Approx|
|Uses in||Vastu Shastra, Astrology|
|Country of Origin||India|
Weight – 42gm approx
Multi Colour on brass plate Yantra
A beautiful sacred Siddha Chakra Yantra is used for worship mainly in Jainism. According to sources it is known as a Navapada in the Svetmbara tradition and Navadevta in the Digambara tradition.
It is related to the legend of King Shripala and his wife Mayanasundari. It is depicted as a Kalasha with the core of a blossomed lotus representing Navapada in the center surrounded by guarding deities on petals.
Siddhachakra Poojan is the oldest and king of all the Poojas. The Siddhachakra Yantra is the most auspicious and versatile mystical diagram in the Jain religion. ‘Siddha‘ means liberated soul and ‘chakra‘ means freedom from karmic bondage. ‘Yantra‘ means a mystical diagram. When one worships the Siddhachakra Yantra, one’s soul becomes liberated from karmic bondage.