Dhoomavati Yantra should be installed and worshipped for overcoming Sadness, Sorrow, Depression, Tragedy, Diseases, Poverty and to knock out the evil impact of Ketu from one's horoscope. It is also worshipped for overall Success and Spiritual Upliftment and it gives immediate results. Devi Dhoomavati is one of the ten Tantrik Goddesses known as Das Maha Vidhya and she represents the fearsome facet of Shakti. She is depicted as an aged ugly widow and all the inauspicious and repulsive things like Crow and the Chaturmas period are connected with her as per Ancient Hindu Texts. She is often portrayed riding a Crow or a Chariot without Horses in a cremation ground. Dhoomavati is depicted as a Great Teacher, one who reveals absolute knowledge of the universe, which is beyond the illusory divisions, like Auspicious and Inauspicious. Her ugly appearance teaches the devotee to look beyond the superficial, to look inwards and seek the inner truths of life. Dhoomavati is described as a bestower of Siddhis (supernatural powers), a rescuer from all troubles, and a granter of all desires and rewards, including ultimate knowledge and Moksha (salvation). Her worship is also prescribed for those who wish to conquer their enemies. Dhoomavati's worship is considered ideal for socially alone members of society, such as Bachelors, Widows, and world Renouncers as well as Tantrikas. The worshipper of Devi Dhoomavati attains Liberation, Protection from Troubles and is endowed with Siddhis by the blessings of Goddess Dhoomavati. She is primarily worshipped by Tantariks for attaining various kinds of Siddhis (Magical Power). In spite of being ugly and fearsome, she still blesses those who can see the Divine Mother in her with her right hand.