Uvasaggahara Mahayantra (31)

Published: 05.07.2010
Updated: 30.11.2012


Uvasaggahara Mahayantra

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This yantra is a visual counterpart of the Uvasaggahara Sutra (praise) usually reeited as a part of Morning prayer by Jains.

This sutra is an invocation of Parshvanatha for troubles in daily life, though the ultimate aim is to attain enlightenment.

In this painting, Tirthankara Parshvanatha is in Meditation posture with white aura (clear white circle).

There is a series of seventeen concentric circles divided into eight sections in eight directions.

The yantra is painted in the shape of a pot (Kalasha).

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