- Trivikram has a grey base called Dharmasan. Dharmasan represents purity.
- Above it there are two pink flowers of lotus supported by strings. These flowers have 9 petals.The right string represents Pingala Nadi (central cerebral cord) in the human body which stands for Sun and His warmth and also represents river Yamuna. This cord also represents love of Goddess Mahishasurmardini. The left string represents the Ida Nadi which stands for the moon and his calmness and also represents Goddess (river) Ganga or Ganges. (Both these cerebral cords originate from Cerebellum i.e. the lower part of the brain and end at the coccygeal area i.e. the bottom-most part of spinal cord. This cord also represents love of Goddess Anasuya. There is also the third cord which stays invisible called Sushumna Nadi which represents love of Goddess Gayatri.
- Enclosed between these strings of lotuses is the black colored, pole-shaped structure called Vajradand. Vajradand represents love. This is the support of the Universe, support of all the Shraddhavans.
- Above this Vajradand is placed another flower of lotus called Vajrakamal which again has 9 petals. This Navdal Kamal represents Goddess Jagdamba who is completely filled with divine brightness. The 9 petals represent Navvidha Nirdhar (9 fundamentals) and 9 Saman Nishthas (Equal Considerations) of all the Shraddhavans as given by P. P. Bapu in Shreemad Purushartha Grantharaj.
- Between these strings of lotuses and the Vajradand but immediately above the Dharmasan there are two circular discs. Right one of Blood Red color and left with Turmeric Yellow color which represent Sun and Moon respectively. Sun represents Truth, it represents Jathar-agni (energy in stomach) in the human body and Moon represents happiness, it represents Dyanan-agni (zeal to learn).
- The three colors found in TRIVIKRAM i.e. Red, Yellow and Black represent Kumkum, Turmeric and Abir or bukka which are considered extremely pure elements.
This Trivikram is a figure complete in itself.The blossoming of the petals of this Navdal lotus of TRIVIKRAM in our body would be proportional to the blossoming of our Bhav (thinking and considerations of our mind about love and faith towards the Lord). As described above the 3 steps which TRIVIKRAM takes in our life are:
1) Akaran Karunya i.e. Unconditional and unreasoned love
2) Kshama i.e. forgiveness
3) Acceptance of Sharanya (complete surrender at Lord's feet)
Accordingly the three steps that we need to take to reciprocate Trivikram are:
1) Dhyan i.e. Devotion towards Trivikram
2) Chintan / Abhyass i.e. study and practice of what is proposed by Lord
3) Dhyas i.e. only one wish that I want Him (Lord)
These 3 steps can also be defined as:
1) I am Your's
2) I am only Your's
3) Forever I am only Your's .(Here I represents worshipper and You his Lord)
What is the Need of TRIVIKRAM ?
- Lord Paramshiv's symbol is Pindi, likewise Aniruddha is symbolically represented by this TRIVIKRAM.
- Any divine idol of Lord always needs periodic charging but TRIVIKRAM is the charge in itself. There is no need to do its Pratishthapana or establish it. He is self established.
- TRIVIKRAM endows upon us pure bhav and also increases it.
- One who worships this TRIVIKRAM with love gets automatically connected to it.
- Through this TRIVIKRAM Aniruddha demands our under-developed lotus and endows us with His fully developed lotus.
- TRIVIKRAM would end the worshippers' punishments i.e. his dush-prarabhda.
- TRIVIKRAM is the gini (divine power) who grants all your righteous wishes at the earliest.
Finally as a delight for everyone P. P. Bapu said that this TRIVIKRAM would be soon available to everyone to be worshipped at their homes in form of replicas, as lockets to be wore in neck, etc. But worshipping this TRIVIKRAM in its original form is the best. TRIVIKRAM would be worshipped on every Thursday at Hari Guru Gram in between the Marathi and Hindi discourse given by Bapu. The worship would be called Sukhasavarni.