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Length: 8 feet. Width: 3 feet, 11 inches. The design of the moonstone is in the traditional semi-circular shape, with multiple concentric bands. At the center is a half-lotus enclosed in a row of petals in buds and beyond it a row of open petals. They are followed towards the outer edge by a row of eleven geese (hamsa) carrying lotus buds in the beak, a rambling creeper, and line of nine animals in the order from left to right: an elephant, horse, lion, and bull, and an added elephant at the end. At the edge is a so-called "circle of fire." See the symbolism depicted in the traditional moonstone in the glossary.