Sri Yantra Drawing Course, December

Friday, Dec 8, 2017 17:00 h
to Sunday, Dec 10, 2017 15:00 h
Shree Peetha Nilaya – Bhakti Marga Centre and Ashram
Am Geisberg 1-8
65321 Heidenrod - Springen
165 € (150 € FoBM)
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A yantra is a sacred geometry which is an energetic instrument used for spiritual advancement. The Sri Yantra is the oldest known Yantra. It is the form of Devi or Shakti Herself and is considered to be one of the most powerful and effective of all the yantras.

Sri Yantra drawing courses based on the teaching of Paramahamsa Vishwananda are being offered around the world which teach how to recognise and draw an accurate Sri Yantra. The final painting process contains 9 steps and takes place in silent meditation.

"The mandala of the Guru is the triangle itself."

Sri Guru Gita (Verse 58)

All levels welcomed.

Price Details 

  • 165 € including materials
  • 150 € for “Friends of Bhakti Marga“
  •  Extra: 25 € Sri Yantra booklet (Step-by-Step guide, in several languages available)


Bhakti Marga has its headquarters at Shree Peetha Nilaya, meaning ‘Abode of the Maha Lakshmi’, the Divine Mother. It is located in the beautiful German countryside near Wiesbaden. Residents and guests come together every day to participate in special events, prayers, meditation, singing, seva, and to share their love of the Divine with one another.

The course will take place in the conference room downstairs in the sadhana area

In ancient times, yogis would receive Divine Inspiration through the connection to God in Nature. Shree Peetha Nilaya is such a place.

Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda

Book accommodations at the ashram.

Registration and Information

For more information about the course and to register, please send an email  to sriyantradrawing [at]


Dakshini met Paramahamsa Vishwananda in early 2000 and has lived at the Bhakti Marga Center in Germany since 2004. After studying Art Therapy in Germany, which is a popular form of non-verbal therapy that utilises art for healing, self-awareness, and personal development, she worked nationally and internationally as a freelance art therapist. Dakshini’s diverse experience as an art therapist stems from her service in various clinics, rehabilitation institutions and (art) schools with children and adults.