Chakras are a constituent part of old Tantric and Shakti Yoga reasoning available inside the scope of sacred Hindu writings. Chakras are believed to be personally associated with our subtle bodies as swirling vortices of aggregated magical energy at different points along our spinal alignment, called the sushumna nadi. Every vortices make up a chakra, and each chakra is inseparably associated with different emotional, mental, bodily, and spiritual functions. Consequently, the general wellbeing inside the overall previously mentioned classes is totally reliant upon the equilibrium and arrangement of the individual chakras and the enlivening of the creative Kuṇḍalinī spirit. This chakra understanding could be a basic concept of yoga, but scientific research mostly neglects this philosophy because of its mythological aesthetic; hence, no essentially acknowledged understanding of how chakras influence physiological function has been discovered amongst yoga researchers or scientific researchers. Hence, the present paper is being written through the lens of Kundalini Yoga with the intention of understanding how this ancient Indic philosophy is being applied within the modern West. The aim of this paper is to give a brief explanation of the chakras and their application in the Hindu faith tradition and to show how these ancient yoga philosophies are being recently applied.