Sri Yantra Round Frame Pendant - BRASS
Brass Pendant made starting from our study of the graphic design of the Symbol. Created from metal using precision laser cutting, it is subsequently brushed and polished by hand. Finally, it is subjected to a natural ultrasonic cleaning treatment. The obtained finishing enhances the reflections on the surface giving a pleasant, uniform feeling to the touch. The Brass of the article is left to Natural, without superficial isolation treatments, in order to benefit from all its properties.
The Pendant is furnished with the Geometria Sacra package with a non-woven envelope: made of a scratch-resistant material to protect the article, it has a re-closable opening that makes it perfect to be used again later. Inside the package, there is a "small meaning" with the personalized graphics symbol of the article and a brief description.
The Sri Yantra represents the creation and equilibrium of the Universe. The central point, called "Bindu", is the geometric representation of the beginning of creation. Around this central point, the 4 upright triangles represent "Shiva" the male essence, harmoniously balanced by the 5 remaining downward triangular that represent "Shakti" the feminine essence. The 43 smaller triangles, that are formed by the intersections of the 9 major ones, represent the "Cosmic Uterus", the Universe. This Yantra is considered one of the most powerful Symbols in absolute and has enclosed within it the meaning of harmonious birth and coexistence of male and female duality, evil and good, black and white, but this duality is dispersed and integrated into the biggest unequal completeness of the universe. It is composed of 9 triangles inscribed in a circle whose center is clearly represented. Five triangles are oriented downward and the remaining four upwards. It is often represented with one or two crowns of stylized Lotus petals, respectively formed by eight and sixteen petals. The nine triangles form another 43 smaller triangles. It belongs to the category of YANTRA, a Sanskrit word that has the meaning of "medium", "instrument to favor it", which are all inserted in a wider category: the Mandala. We can trace the oldest Sri Yantra in southern India inside the Vidyashankara temple in Sringeri in the state of Karnataka, dated about 2500 years. It is still largely used today in India, China, and Tibet as a symbol of good fortune: it promotes abundance, helps to circumvent and overcome obstacles in achieving desires, is a catalyst for peace and harmony and also promotes material and spiritual growth.
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