Shrí Yantra, Queen of all yantras

Sri Yantra is a symbol of energy, creativity and power. In Vedic culture, especially according to the Shri Vidya Tantra School, the symbol of the Universe is also the embodiment of the female-quality Deity, Mahalaxmi. Also known as Tripura Sundari, the form of beauty in the three worlds: Bhu Loka, (consciousness of the physical plane), Bhuvar Loka (Antariksha or Intermediate Space consciousness of Prana ) and Swar Loka (Svarga or celestial consciousness of Divine Mind) .
 
The word “yantra” is a Sanskrit word. It is derived from the word “yam,” which means tool, support, and the word “tra, or trana”, which means “liberation from bondage.” It is an energy tool that helps our spiritual liberation.
 
It has been used for centuries and still used today in architecture and at home as an energy tool placed in the room.
First picture: Buddha’s birthplace, Lumbini, Nepal
Second Image: Meru Chakra or Maha Meru Shri Yantra, placed for Harmonization in Space, Vasati / Vastu Architecture