Pran pratistha Ceremony On Yantra

Pran pratistha Ceremony On Yantra

Pran pratistha Ceremony On Yantra 



The Pranpratishtha ceremony is a significant ritual in Hinduism aimed at infusing divine life into an idol, a sacred object, or in this case, a Yantra. At Adiyogi Rudraksha And Gemstones, the Pranpratishtha ceremony could play a crucial role, particularly in the context of energizing Yantras, which are geometric representations used in spiritual practice and meditation. Since its foundation in 2003, Adiyogi Rudraksha and Gemstones has been at the forefront of the online gemstone market, championing the cause of authentic and spiritually potent Indian Navaratnas and a vast array of Rudrakshas. 


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A Yantra is a Mandala that includes sacred geometric symbols. It enhances prayers and thoughts and aids in concentration during prayer or meditation. Yantras are diagrammatic representations of many Mantras, which serves to reverberate positive energies, disperse bad energies, and spiritually elevate people.  
It is critical to energize a Yantra because it must be brought 'to life' through a precise ceremony in order to best radiate its beneficence. An un-energized Yantra is analogous to a highly complicated music system that has been plugged in but not tuned or switched on, and the aspirant is unsure which button will activate it. Over time, trial and error will cause the music system to perform in an unpredictable and irregular manner until it is finally figured out, if ever.  
Energized Yantras are instantaneously 'tuned and turned on'. A Yantra can function even when not electrified, but it will take years, if not decades, to absorb enough energy (from typical prayers and worship) to function properly. The practice of activating Yantras eliminates all of this delay and uncertainty while ensuring peak performance from the moment of purchase. It is important to remember that Yantras find their own homes; the intended worshipper does not discover it simply because he or she purchases it.  

The following procedures are followed:  
We recharge Yantras with the assistance of qualified Brahmins or priests who are knowledgeable about the Yantric parts of the Holy Vedas. The Vedas, notably the Yajur Veda, provide instructions for different ceremonies. The priests follow the same purifying and energizing methods outlined in the Shastras.  

For the Pran Pratishta, the Priest, sit on an asana or mat facing east and activate the Yantra on a plate in front of the altar.  
Placing a tablespoon of water on his head and chanting "Apavitrah Pavitro Va Sarva Vastan." Gatopi Va Yah, Smaret Pundari Kaksham Sa Bahya Bhyantarah Shuchih: Drink water after each mantra.  
Om, Sri Keshavaya Swaha  
Om Sri Narayana Swaha.  
Om Sri Madhavaya Swaha: Pour one spoon of water on the ground.  
Repeat Om Sri Govindaya Namaha and touch the right and left eyes, as well as the forehead. Om Apo Jyothiraso Amtritam, Brahma Bhu Bhuvaha Swarom, and Chanting the Pranpratishtha Mantra while offering yellow rice to the Yantra:  
Om Um Kum Chum Dhum Tum Pum Yum Sum Soham.  
Pranaha Eha Gacha. Eha Tishtha. Sum Yum Pum, Tum Tum Chum Kum Um, Om Um Kum Chum Dhum, Tum Pum Yum Sum Soham.  
Prana Eha Susthisha Bhavatu. Sum Yum Pum, Tum Tum Chum Kum Um, Om Um Kum Chum Dhum, Tum Pum Yum Sum Soham.  
Prana Manasyachakshu Jibhyam Gharani Pani Pachusthan Daso. Indriyani Susthisha Bhavantu.  
Sum Yum Pum Tum Chum Kum Um Om  
A Yantra must be brought to life (pranapratishta). Nityotsava is a Vedic book based on the Parashurama Kalpasutras, a collection of concise maxims that incorporate many of the characteristics of Shri Vidya. The ceremony of energizing a Yantra involves the installation of thirty-five tattvas or elements into the yantra, which brings it to life. The metal plates on which the sacred geometries are engraved have unique importance. There are various mantras for yantras made from different metals.  


Aim Sauh Aim Sauh Chakreshvari Yantram Sauvarnam Shodhaya Shodhaya Svaha.  

Devi of the Chakra, Purify! Purify the gold yantra! Svaha  


Om Rum Om Rajatam Yantram Shodhaya Shodhaya.  

Om Rum Om Purify! Purify the silver yantra 


Om Krom Om Strim Om Krom Tamreshvari Yantram Me Shodhaya.  

Devi of Copper, purify the copper yantra for me 


Om Shrim Hrim Om Kulambike Shodhaya Shodhaya. 

Devi of Crystal, purify the copper yantra for me 

Vishnu Stone (Shalagrama):  

Om Hsau Aim Sauh Klim Shrim Shrim Nitye Vishnu Shila Yantram Shodhaya.  

Eternal One, purify the Vishnu Stone Yantra  

Offer flowers while reciting. When reciting Devaye Namah Avahanam Samarpayami, offer flowers for asana and water to wash the Lord's feet while uttering Devaye Paydam. Samarpayami  
Bathes the Deity while reciting the Devaye Snanam. Samarpyami offers Panchamrit with mantra. Devaye Panchaamrit Snanam Samarpyami.  
Recite the mantras. Devaye Vastram Samarpyami, Upvastram Samarpyami, and Yaghopavitam Samarpyami. To celebrate Devaye Gandham Samarpyami, apply Ghand/Scent, offer unbroken rice, flowers, and garland, light up Dhoop and Deepam, and offer fruits, coconut, and lemon. Samarpyami offers Pan, Supari, and Clove while reciting Devaye Tambulam Samarpyami. Pradikshina is offered while reciting Devaye Pradkshinaya Samarpyami. Yani is said three times while walking around the Yantra. Offer flowers, perform Namaskar with folded palms, and repeat the Yantra's beeja mantra. Beeja mantras for each yantra are unique to the yantra and the deity it represents.  
In this method, all yantras are electrified in line with Yantric ceremonies before being shipped to customers.  

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