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Koorma Prishtha (Meru) Shri Yantra is one of the oldest, rarest and most precious Yantras and believed to have been created by Adi Guru Dattatreya for the welfare of the world. The name, Koorma Prishtha, which means, “mounted at the back of tortoise upwards” is also significant because in Hindu mythology, it is believed that the tortoise lifted the weight of the earth on its back. The tortoise is particularly relevant as it’s a very powerful, protected being that can live in either water or land. It is also non-violent and nature has provided it with a strong cover or jacket to protect it from danger.Deity: Goddess Lakshmi (wealth and abundance) and Goddess Lalita (Tripura Sundari - beauty) Benefits: Defects in the northeast and north are the most serious ones, therefore, it can be effectively used for correcting defects of the north (direction of health, fortune, career, and money) and northeast (energetically the most sacred and important area of any building). When placed in the northeast, it improves the spatial energies of the whole premises. This yantra is a valuable corrective tool. Even if a home, office or factory has been built according to Vaastu, this yantra is a great energetic blessing that enhances the flow of vibrant energy of health and abundance. The effectiveness of three-dimensional Koorma Prishtha Meru Shri Yantra can be optimized by correct placement of the same. This yantra strengthens feminine energies in the house. North placement of the yantra is beneficial for enhancing financial flow and good fortune and for helping to balance a closed north with no windows or doors. The Koorma Prishtha Meru in the east, where it can be exposed to direct sunlight, is quite brilliant.