Intellectual ability and wealth are bestowed by the grace of Lord Ganesha. He is the personification of a ghristh ( A family man ) who has the knowledge of all the scriptures and commercial system, has wealth and also has the weapons to fight the evil if the need be. He brings success, peace and wealth to one who has faith in him. Shri Ganpati Yantra should be affixed in all rooms except the bedrooms and also in the place of work. Doing so one is able to bring the positive forces of cosmos towards oneself.
Yantras can be defined as visual mantras which have been used since the days of Yajur Veda and Brahminical Text to remove the malefic effects of certain evil forces (Rakshisi Shakti) and to Strengthen the positive forces (Davik Shakti)
These Yantras have been empowered with special Vedic mantras and Yogic Pran Pratishta by Sh. Pankaj Khanna himself.
Yantra is the Sanskrit word which means an instrument or a machine. In Tantric texts and Bhramanical Texts it means Visual Mantras or in easy words mantras made in geometrical figures and colours to influence the environment, cosmic forces, spirits around us, the evil eye of our enemies and our own aura and mental makeup. In Hindu and Buddhist mysticism this kind of geometric forms known as Yantra in Hindus and Thangka Paintings or simply Thangka in Buddhist areas is widely seen in Temples, monasteries, Homes and Viharas.
Types of Yantras
There are various Yantra’s in use some are for improving Bhagya others to improve wealth and still others to ward off enemies. Yantra are of three kinds