Meru Yantra Golden Plated

Product Code: LUCKCH08
"Koorm Prishthiya Meru Shree Yantra" means Shree Yantra which is mounted at the back of tortoise upwards. It is also believed that the tortoise lifted weight of the earth over its back in relation to Lord Kachchhap avtar (incarnation of Lord Vishnu).
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Information about Kurma Prusht Meru Shree Yantra

Koorm Prusht (Meru) Shri Yantra is one of the oldest, rare and precious Yantra created by 'Aadi Guru Dattatreya' for the welfare of common man. Perhaps, the thought of conceiving yantras for the benefit of mankind was formed during the Vedic age when metal came into being. Literally, "Koorm Prishthiya Meru Shree Yantra" means Shree Yantra which is mounted at the back of tortoise upwards. It is also believed that the tortoise lifted weight of the earth over its back in relation to Lord Kachchhap avtar (incarnation of Lord Vishnu). It is also believed that the whole energy and substance of this living world or earth is created around Meru Prishth (back of tortoise) which has the elements like water, earth along with mountains etc.

It is also believed that the 'Koorma Prishthiya Shree Yantra' was widely used by the learned Brahmin community of coastal area in Rameshwaram, Kerala in 7th or 8th Century. The Shree Yantra designed on the mount over the back of a tortoise looks similar to the dome of any temple which is slightly mounted. It also depicts one of the fundamental of "Vastu Kala" which says that any residential house, palace or temple must be mounted at the centre to the top, so that the person residing in it should get more and more energy radiation & solar reflections from the cosmic universe or Brahmanda to remain more healthy, wealthy and wise. It can be placed either at the foundation of a house, temple or at the strong room, locker and cashbox etc. In all, it is a rare, spiritual antique which helps to lessen the ill fortune and rotten fate.

Mantra
"Om, Aaing, Hring, Kling, Shring, Mahalakshmye Namah"
Material
Brass
Weight
between 250-300 gms approx
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