A unique piece with the lucky tortoise carrying Mount Meru (looks like The Sri Yantra or Sri Chakra) on its back. In the Hindu legend of the Churning of the Milky Ocean, the gods and the demons churned the Milky Ocean in order to acquire the Nectar of Immortality. In this grand spectacle, Vishnu, the preserver of the cosmic order, had taken the form of a massive tortoise (Kurma Avatar) in the middle of the Milky Ocean. His humped shell acted as a pivot for Mount Mandara or Mount Meru, which served as the churning stick, while the serpent Vasuki was the cord for the churn. Sri Yantra is a form of mystical diagram (yantra) used in the Shri Vidya school of Hindu tantra. It consists of nine interlocking triangles that surround a central point known as a bindu.
|Brass statue of tortoise/ turtle with Mount Meru|
|Dimension : 2.5*2*1.5 inches(L*W*H) Weight : 100 Gram|
|Sri Chakra or Sri Yantra or Laxmi Yantra are designed same as Mount Meru|
|Depicted from Hindu mythology with related stories in several cultures. Also has Fengshui and Vastu significance|