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Sri Yantra, or Sri Chakra, is one of the most venerated geometric designs of India. No one knows who created it or exactly when. It has been argued that it was described more that 2000 years ago in the Shvetashvatara Upanishad.
It is considered to be the geometric embodiment of the universal vibration AUM. It is also the representation of Sri Lalita the Goddess of beauty, spontaneity and playfulness.
Our Sri Yantra is based on the idea of a geometrically 'perfect' version as explained here. Creating a Sri Yantra with the lines meeting at perfect points is not an easy task without a computer, and yet the oldest version we know of in the Sringeri temple in Karnataka is possibly this accurate.
About Our Products
SacredGeometrical.com is created by web designer, author, and sacred geometry artist Narada Dan Vantari. The 3D designs and all the other artworks here represent many years of study and creative output.
We use 3 different POD (Print On Demand) companies, one for the 3D Geometries and Jewellery, one for the Clothing, and one for the Posters. The quality they provide is quite incredible and would not have been possible at almost any price a decade ago! Being POD means that these products are manufactured especially for your order.
Our 3D Printed Jewellery and Models
3D printing is a disruptive technology that is changing societies approach to manufacturing almost everything. Along with artificial intelligence and nano-engineering it will change human society as much if not more in the next decades as the computer and internet have done in the last decades!
Our 3D prints are created as 3D computer files and uploaded to the company in New York where state of the art machines (costing around half a million $) are used to print them layer by layer of tiny dots. (Just like a 2D printer going over and over building up a form out of a stack of sheets of paper). Depending on the material the print is then put through other processes, or even used to create a mold that is then filled with the molten metal.
Our Sacred Geometry Clothing Designs