The Hindu Sri Yantra is a pattern of 9 triangles overlapping to create 43 smaller triangles, representing the feminine and the masculine Divine. The four upward pointing triangles represent the masculine form Shiva, the destroyer of evil, while the remaining five triangles pointing downward represent Shakti, the Great Divine Mother or the Supreme Being. In Hindu worship, this represents the totality of the cosmos. The outer lotus petals represent creation and life force.
This beautiful symbol is encased in glass and fitted with faux leather (vegan-friendly) strap.