Tortoise Om Ring/Om Kachua Ring (कछुआ ॐ मुद्रिका): Cultures around the world believe in wearing a tortoise ring to welcome positivity and happiness in their lives. In Hindu mythology, the tortoise is considered one of the 10 avatars (or reincarnations) of Lord Vishnu. The Tortoise Om Ring refers to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi and changes the fortune of people wearing it. However, one must know the rules for wearing it and the seeker should not take it off from the finger every now and then.
Turtle and Om are very lucky in astrology because these are directly related to Goddess Lakshmi and Vishnu, who brings wealth and weal. In Hinduism, people consider Lord Vishnu as Kachhap i.e., tortoise incarnation, so Goddess Lakshmi always showers blessings on the one who wears the ‘Turtle Om Ring’. It brings good luck, wealth, and peace with attractive design flawless stone with bearable weight. It’s gives special look to the wearer in crowd and adjustable ring system fits perfect for everyone. Favorable metals for a tortoise ring are gold and silver, these metals help in keeping the divine energies intact.
The tortoise ring one must not rotate after wearing. Because while you rotate the Tortoise Om Ring the head of the tortoise might also change its direction. That may cause obstacles in your prosperity and wealth coming. Om Kachua Ring represent love, bonding, and happiness. Wearing these in the appropriate finger can bring good luck and prosperity. Since tortoise is a symbol of positive energy and intellectual mind, the shape of the tortoise one should always keep in mind.
Tortoise Om Ring Benefits:
Tortoise Is Important in Both Vaastu Shastra and In Feng Shui. It is a belief in Vaastu shastra and feng shui that tortoise gives long life. Basically, it gives a long life among mammals. In Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu took the form of tortoise to uphold the earth during the Sagar Manthan (Churning).
Tortoise Om Ring Details:
Weight: 0.001 gm Approx.
Product Types: Religious Ring
Energized: Shiva Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 2-3 Days in India