The Sri Yantra - Sacred Geometry

Wall Tapestries

Olga Kuczer

San Jose, United States

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Small 60" x 51" Medium 80" x 68" Large 104" x 88"
Note: There is a 1"–2" tolerance on all printed textile products.


  • 100% lightweight polyester
  • Printed top, finished edge, fine line detail and intense vivid colours
  • Cold gentle machine wash, line or tumble dry on low, don’t bleach or iron
  • Call it a wall tapestry or a wall hanging, it’s awesome either way

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Artist's Description

The Sri (Shri) Yantra is one of humankind’s most ancient symbols. For many millennium the Sri Yantra has been used to invoke good fortune, wealth, health, and as an aid for meditation. It is dedicated to the goddess of fortune, Lakshmi.
Nowadays, various research scientists have shown interest in this ancient Vedic yanfra. The renowned American physicist Dr. Patrick Flanagan calls the Sri Yantra the ‘king of power diagrams’ and describes its energetic effect as seventy times greater than that of a pyramid construction.
This means that a three centimeters Sri Yantra possesses a greater energetic effect than a two meters pyramid. This complex geometry is the key to its effect and has interesting mathematical implications. In this yantra you find not only the ‘Golden Section’ but also parallels to the geometrical structure of the hydrogen atom and to the ratios of its emission lines. In line with the original Sri Yantra, we (the international Vasati company) have precisely reconstructed the Sri Yantra’s exact geometry and have given it a synergistic colouring.

The Sri Yantra is auspiciously placed in the north or northeast of a room or building. The flat side of the central triangle (with a dot in the center) should face upwards. The Sri Yantra can also energies food, beverages, or other things. Simply place appropriate items on the yantra and let them stand there for a few minutes (the longer the better). The flat side of the Sri Yantra’s central triangle should be facing east.

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