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Shri Yantra Pendant Necklace-Copper

Shri Yantra Pendant Necklace - Copper


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Shri Yantra Pendant Necklace - Copper

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Our copper pendant is embossed on one side with the physical representation of the Goddess Sri Lalita-Tripurasundari as she is enthroned with her left foot upon the Shri Chakra, holding her traditional symbols, the sugarcane bow, flower arrows, noose, and goad.  On the reverse is her symbolic representation, the Shri Yantra symbol.  This 1 inch diameter pendant is strung on an adjustable red silk cord. The pendant is meant to be worn at stomach level above the navel and below the heart chakra.  Ideally it should fall about 1 - 2 inches above the navel when sitting.  Comes with its own purple drawstring pouch embellished with the Om symbol. Made in India.  


SKU: j0053
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  • 1" Dia

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Yantra is the Sanskrit word for instrument or machine, or that which is controlled or controls. The term Shri is used to denote the reverence to be given to this holy Yantra, hence Holy Instrument. The prefix Shri denotes that the Yantra is auspicious, beneficent, salutary, benign and conducive to prosperity. The symbol itself is comprised of nine interlocking triangles that surround and radiate from the central point, the junction point between the physical universe and its unmanifest source. It represents the goddess in her form of Shri Lalita or Tripura Sundari, the beauty of the three worlds (Heaven, Earth, Hell).

Four isosceles triangles with the apices upwards, represent Shiva or the masculine. Five isosceles triangles with the apices downward, symbolize female embodiment Shakti. Thus the Shri Yantra also represents the union of masculine and feminine divine. The triangles are enclosed by two rows of petals, representing the lotus of creation and reproductive vital force. The broken lines of the outer frame denote the figure to be a sanctuary with four openings to the regions of the universe.
The worship of the Shri Chakra is central to the Shri Vidya system of Hindu worship.