Shree Yantra mandala is handpainted on cotton canvas by Mandala artists from Nepal. Shree Yantra is also known as Sri Chakra. Shree yantra is a very important symbol of the Hindu philosophy known as Tantra.
Shree yantra is composed of nine mandalas based on nine triangles of different sizes overlapping with one another. The Hindu Shree Yantra represents the union between the masculine and feminine. The Sri Yantra is a configuration of nine interlacing triangles centered around the Bindu (center) drawn by the imposition of five downward pointing triangles which is representing Shakti.
The female principle and four upright triangles representing Shiva the male principle. The nine triangles also represent the spiritual journey from the material realm to ultimate enlightenment. Surrounding the yantra are sacred symbols from nature that represent the cycles of the seasons