|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Brand||Kanakkadara Divine Services|
|Color||Golden but not gold plated|
|Size||7.5" x 7.5" approx|
|Finish||Hand sculptured - traditional lost waxprocess|
KURMA PEETHA SRI CHAKRA - CHIDAMBARA SRI YANTHRA.
1. The platen type called Bhooprasthara.
2. The convex one is called as Kailasa Prasthara.
3. The conical structure is known as Meru Prasthara.
The Sri Chakra of Maha Meru is unique in structure as compared to other general ones and knowledgeable scholars on the subject have identified this Sri Chakra as Chidambara Sri Yanthra.
This Sri Chakra sits on a Kurma Peetha (Kurma, in Sanskrit means Tortoise). On the Peetha is a Bhoopura. There are eight elephants in a standing posture as through carrying the entire pyramidical structure of the Chakra. A Dignaga (serpent) and eight Sakthi Devathas can be found between the two elephants. Above these icons, there are two more Bhoopuras, which form the platform for the upper structure. On the Bhoopura, you will find Lotuses one above the other. The first Lotus contains 35 petals, the second one 25 petals, followed by Lotuses with 22, 18, 12, 8 and 5 petals respectively. We should note here to the fact that the number of petals in this Sri Chakra does not match with any commonly known ones. On this there is a circle. Above this circle, circles of triangles are formed. 14 equilateral triangles can be seen in the lowermost round. Thereafter, two rounds of 10 triangles, then circle of 8 and 3 triangles. The peak point is known as Bindu, which is in the form of Shiva Lingam, signifying the Shiva Sakthi.