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Shree Yantra Temple of Amarkantak ( travel experience)

Beautiful shree yantra temple.
Beautiful shree yantra temple.

Shree Yantra Temple, Amarkantak, chhatisgarh, India – a temple of its own kind in the       shape of powerful Sri Yantra.


The temple is designed like Shree yantra. Shree Yantra is a Beautiful, complex, geometric, sacred and spiritual yantra used for meditation.

Excellent sculptures of temple

Construction only on Pushya Nakshatra day– in Amarkantak Valley , the Shri Yantra Temple is under construction for many years. As, it is constructed  according to Hindu calendar , only  on pushy Nakshatra day.
In Indian astrology nakshatras is used for accurate predictions and astrological analysis. Pushya is one among the 27 nakshatras. It is the most auspicious and effective for siddhi of tantra and mantra. Means it is extremely beneficial for the practitioner of spiritual and religious activities. It is believed that all new works, started during this time, are fulfilled and give positive results.




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