Om Swastik Trishul Yantra/Divya Shakti Trishakti Yantra (ॐ स्वस्तिक त्रिशूल): This is the most universal of Hindu symbols and its sound is used in meditation. In Hinduism, the word “Om” is the first syllable in any prayer. More specifically, Om is in use to symbolizing the universe and the ultimate reality. Some people say that this symbol represents the three aspects of God: The Brahma (A), the Vishnu (U), and the Shiva (M). (Om Swastik Trishul Yantra)
Although this symbol has a negative connotation in some parts of the world because of Nazi Germany, the swastika is actually a sign of luck and fortune. This variation of the cross has been present in ancient Hinduism and is in use to represent honesty, truth, purity, and stability. Its four angles or points also symbolize the four directions or Vedas.
Om Swastik Trishul Yantra is a belief that the word appeared for the first time Harivamsha Purana and the noting was absent in the Vedic Sanskrit. The word is found to be used, both in Ramayana and Mahabharata, but with a different meaning. Hindus consider the swastika as a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity, and good fortune and use it to mark the opening pages of account books, pooja, doors, offerings, and thresholds. It is a belief to have the power to ward off misfortune and negative forces from its surroundings.
Om Swastik Trishul Yantra is Lord Ganesha, by some sects of Hindu people. Moreover, worshiped to bring in good luck or fortune. Some people believe that the swastika’s cross represents God and creation. They consider the four bent arms to stand for the four human aims (purushartha). Those are righteousness (dharma), wealth (artha), love (Kama), and liberation, (moksha). It is a persuasive emblem of Sanatana Dharma (the eternal truth). Swastika also represents the world wheel, where eternal life keeps on changing from one point to another. That is around the fixed center, God.
Divya Shakti Trishakti Yantra is a prominent Hindu symbol. However, that has association with Lord Shiva. Though this three-pronged symbol usually people view as a weapon. For instance, that Lord uses for the protection and restoration of Dharma, it actually carries deeper meanings. Moreover, it is representative of the Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh. And stands for the balance between the forces of creation, preservation, and destruction.
Om Swastik Trishul Yantra Details:
Size: 4 x 1.5 Inch
Weight: 55 gm
Product Type: Puja Idol
Energized: Shiv Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 4-5 Days in India