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Indra - The central idea is that all phenomena are intimately connected. This idea is communicated in the image of the interconnectedness of the universe as seen in the net of the Vedic deity Indra, whose net hangs over his palace on Mount Meru, the axis mundi of Vedic cosmology and Vedic mythology. Indra's net has a multifaceted jewel at each vertex, and each jewel is reflected in all of the other jewels.

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from About.com Religion & Spirituality

Is Mount Meru Still the Center of the Universe to Buddhists?

Is Mount Meru Still the Center of the Universe to Buddhists?: 19th Century Bhutanese Thanka of Mount Meru and the Buddhist Universe

from About.com Religion & Spirituality

Is Mount Meru Still the Center of the Universe to Buddhists?

Is Mount Meru Still the Center of the Universe to Buddhists?: 19th Century Bhutanese Thanka of Mount Meru and the Buddhist Universe

from Ramani's blog

Mount Meru Location Details Hinduism Jainism

A Korean world map, above, of a type whose religious and cosmological content goes back to mid–fourth-century China, is centered on the legendary Mount Meru in Central Asia. (Linked by Diane O'Donovan)

A fourteenth-century Chinese silk tapestry (kesi) cosmological mandala with Mount Meru; symbolic details include a lotus, a three-legged bird and a rabbit. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)