Practitioners often use a Yantra and a Mantra at the same time, usually representing the same aspect of the Divine. The journal is designed exclusively to suit the requirements of the practitioners and an ample space is given for journaling their progress in spiritual practices.
This Journal has been made with a high quality Hard cover material for achieving maximum endurance.
To add more elegance, this Journal has been embellished with artistic foiling, gold gilded fore edges and gold-plated corner clips.
This Journal contains 24 Yantras with their corresponding mantras. The most celebrated Yantra in India is the Śrī Yantra, the Yantra of Supreme Goddess Mahā Tripura Sundarī. It is a symbol of the entire cosmos that serves to remind the practitioner of the similarities between subject (practitioner) and object (Absolute truth).