Energized Sampoorna kuber Yantra

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About Kuber : Vedic Scriptures mention that Kuber is the god of wealth and one of the richest demigods in the heavenly planets. He is also called the god of Yakshas(savage beings). Kuber is the custodian of the universal wealth that is dispersed by Goddess Mahalaxmi. Maha Lakshmi yantra is also worshipped in Diwali Festival which is also called as festival of light.

Sampoorna Kuber Yantra - Worshipping Kuber yantra on a regular basis brings about a distinct change in one’s prosperity and luck. One begins to accumulate money and starts earning from his assets. The drainage of funds and unknown losses in business stop by blessings of the yantra.

--- The Yantra is Energized by Energy Healer and Reki Master.

Length : 26cm
Width : 2cm
Height : 26cm

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Energized Sampoorna kuber Yantra - This is an extremely powerful yantra. The one who has it will never ever lack in money, material comforts and his house as well as treasury will always be full. His family will never fall short of resources.

This yantra can be installed in a temple room, kept in your cash box, kept inside the cupboard and in offices where financial transactions are carried out. Ideally keep in North-East facing West. It blesses the worshipper with money and prosperity by drawing new avenues and sources of income and wealth. It helps increase the flow of funds and ability to accumulate wealth.

A yantra combination so powerful that brings prosperity and luck. A combination of 13 powerful yantras:

1. Shri Kuber Yantram (centre)
2. Shri Yantram
3. Shri Lakshmi Ganesh Yantram
4. Shri Gita Yantram
5. Shri Sampoorna Navgrah Yantram
6. Shri Saraswati Yantram
7. Shri Vyapar Vriddhi Yantram
8. Shri Durga Bisa Yantram
9. Shri Vaastu Dosh Nivaran Yantram
10. Shri Sampoorna Mahalakshami Mahayantram
11. Shri Baglamukhi Yantram
12. Shri Sukh Samridhi Yantram
13. Shri Kanakdhara Yantram

Purpose : Blesses the worshipper with wealth & prosperity.

Mantra : Om Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaya,
                 Dhan Dhanyadhi Pataye,
                 Dhan Dhanya Samruddhi Mein Dehi Dapya Swaha||