The Kuber Kolam (also Kubera Kolum or Kuberakolum) is a
"yantra", a vedic geometric diagram in the form of a grid
containing the numbers 20-28 arranged in such an order that all
lines, whether read horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, add up
The SVA Kuber Kolam in pure Sterling Silver is an auspicious
object that will help you usher in wealth and prosperity
when established in the North East corner of your residence. You
can recite the Kuber mantra when installing your yantra or play the
Kuber mantra - as recited by Vaidya Mishra - in
the background on soft volume, to make the power extra potent. You
can keep the mantra playing in that room 24/7 on soft volume.
In Vedic culture, Lord Kuber is recognized as the initiator of
wealth and prosperity. He is the celestial treasurer of the riches
of the universe. In an ancient story narrating the marriage of Lord
Vishnu (as Venkateshwara) to Padmavati, he is said to have advanced
all the money needed to pay for the lavish wedding expenses. Lord
Vishnu remained in his debt; hence, to this day, devotees go to the
Tirupati temple in South India to donate money in Venkateshwara's
Hundi - “donation pot” - so that he can pay it back to Kuber!
He appears in many ancient Vedic texts with many different
epithets: he enjoys the title of "king of the whole world", "king
of kings" (Rajaraja), "Lord of wealth" (Dhanadhipati) and "giver of
wealth" (Dhanada). Kubera is also called Guhyadhipa ("Lord of the
hidden"). He is also “dikpala” or protector of the North direction
although he is also sometimes associated with the East - it is thus
good to install his yantra in the North-East corner of your
residence. The Atharvaveda calls him the "god of hiding.” In the
Manusmriti, he becomes a respectable Loka-pala or "world
protector,” and the patron of merchants. In the epic Mahabharata,
Kuber is described as the son of Prajapati Pulastya, and his wife
Idavida and the brother of sage Vishrava. The Puranas and the epics
Mahabharata and Ramayana grant Kuber unquestioned “godhood” -
executer of the laws of Nature that usher in wealth and prosperity.
He is also known as Loka-pala - “world protector.” As the treasurer
of the riches of the universe, he is known to have Laxmi Devi’s
express blessings, and is usually remembered during Diwali, or the
Autumn Festival of Lights in India.
Installing Kuber’s Kolam is considered to be highly
Dimensions: Approx. 2" (100mm) square, 1/16" thick.
Shipping Weight: 0.4 Lbs
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