Copper Suri Yantra
Copper Suri Yantra is embossed and engraved on a Copper Plate. A suri-mantra-pata is a style of a mystical diagram known as a mandala or yantra that has been engraved with mantras and tribute formulae. The majority of Jain yantras are significant components of devotion and are employed in rituals and meditation by both mendicants and laypeople. Sri-mantra-patas, on the other hand, are exclusively used by Svetambar monks and only in certain circumstances.
The Suri Mantra Paata derives its name from being connected to the highest monastic level of Suri. It has a strong connection to Indrabhti Gautama. He serves as an example of spiritual leadership and commitment to the worshipper as Mahavira, the leading disciple of the 24th Jina. This mystical pattern is used by svetmbara mendicants to signify a monk's promotion to the rank of Suri, which is the term for the head of a religious order. Tradition has it that the suri-mantra was also employed to work miracles and convert people.
This suri yantra is manufactured by SK Metalcraft, and as people and monks in Svetambara utilize it for holy purposes, it is constructed with pure copper and is crafted with great care.