The Borobudur is a 9th century Mahayana Buddhist Stupa built on Java, Indonesia. It is the largest stupa in the world and considered one of the seven wonders of the world. It was built to represent the cosmic mountain, Mt. Meru, in all of its vastness It measures 42 meters in height and 200 meters on a side of its square base. It is said to arise upon the mandala of the Diamond World which is based upon the magic square of Nine. There are nine tiers, 6 lower square tiers and 3 higher circular tiers representing the Buddhist cosmology of three Worlds, which one circum-ambulates through in spiral fashion to the central stone dome stupa at the top. This is surrounded by 72 Buddhas on the circular tiers, each enclosed in a perferated stupas of stone. The walls of the square tiers are decorated with carved relief panels of scenes from Buddha’s life and teachings as well as of stories from the cosmology.