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Shri Yantra Mandir, Amarkantak

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TripAdvisor
  • The story as naratted by our Guide: Every year, for the past 32 years, construction of this temple begins around Diwali, and goes on for 1 month. A babaji decides the period between which construction...  more »
  • The design and the infrastructure of this temple is marvelous. The entry for the normal tourist and people is strictly prohibited due to some locals beliefs. It opens one in year. One shouldn't go her...  more »
  • Shri Yantra Mandir is a beautiful Hindu temple in Amarkantak. nice architechture, surroundingwell maintained.  more »
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  • Still under construction but this place can catch eyes from distance. If Vishnu is your favorite deity this place is your paradise. All the avatars of Vishnu can be spotted with goddess laxmi. Although the whereabouts and significance of this temple are not well know to the locals.
  • Best time would be rainy season or September October. As waterfalls dnt hv much water in summer...
  • Sreeyatra mening is human body in *"seven chakras", yes remembering once this temple.every body understand the deep inner mening this is univers sistem. You want know this you do MEDITATION.
  • Sri Yantra Mandir¬†is being constructed by Acharya Mandaleshwar of the Attal Akhada Sri Swami Shukdevanadji in Amarkantak for many years now. The whole temple is in the shape of a colossal Sri-Yantra and is a geometric representation of the Primal Force, Maha Shakti. The worship of Sri Vidya is considered to be an evolved, elite and mysterious system of worship of the supreme power in the form of the Divine Mother as the beautiful goddess, Tripura Sundari or Empress Beauty of the three Worlds. The temple is being established in Amarkantak to maintain continuity of this tradition, to prevent any further loss in the preservation of knowledge as well as to research and re-establish the lost knowledge of this tradition.¬†
  • The temple is still incomplete, tourists can only see the gate of the temple......the temple is only built on few specific holy days of the year.