An abstract Mandala shape of interconnected lives that show the structure as well as the unity of inner and outer world, as it proves to be the absolute path of enlightenment by being used in meditation for concentrating the visualized energy. Shri Yantra or Shri Chakra shown here is made on an auspicious silver plate like an instrument or a machine in complex geometric designs to be used for worship, devotion and meditation.
As per the Shri Vidya School of Tantra, this Mother of Yantras represents the universe and feminine principles of shakti or energy; formed by an outer square showcasing mundane emotions of fear, anger and worldly desires with the T-shape structures being the gates or entry points of the four directions of yantra. The nine interlocking triangles that radiate from the centre symbolize goddess in the form of Tripura Sundari; three divine rings communicate past, present and future with the lotus petals in fulfilment of all hopes, desires, enjoyment, speech, attraction and equanimity.
In Vedics it is suggested to keep yantra facing east whether in home or office to experience its best outcomes.