Yantra is a mystical diagram, from the Tantric traditions of the Indian religions. They are used for worship of deities in temples or at home; as an aid in meditation; used for the benefits given by their supposed occult powers based on Hindu astrology. Yantras frequently include mantras written in Sanskrit. Each color in yantra is not artitistic or decorative but is used to denote ideas and inner states of consciousness. The central point of traditional yantras have a bindu or point, which represents the main deity associated with the yantra. Downward pointing triangles on yantra represent feminine aspect of God or Shakti, upward pointing triangles represent masculine aspect such as Shiva. Hexagrams as shown in yantras are two equilateral triangles intertwined, representing the union of male and female aspects of divinity, or Shiva and Shakti. Lotus petals represent purity and transcendence. Concentric circles in the center represent manifestation. Outer square or nested squares represent the earth and the four cardinal directions. We are the suppliers of original(not chinese) gold plated and brass metal yantras and other such mystical products in Mathura.