Brass and Silver Hanuman holding aloft the Sumeru Mountain, also features small bell on tail.
Hanuman is a major character in the Indian epic Ramayana (story of Rama). He led a band of monkeys, or ape-like creatures, who gave vital assistance to Rama in the rescue of Sita from the Demon-King Ravana's kingdom of Lanka. He is a symbol of strength and loyalty, and as a result is patron of wrestlers and boxers.
During the war, when Lakshmana was injured seriously, Sushena, the surgeon/physician of the monkey army, dispatched Hanuman to bring herbal medicine (Sanjeevini) from the far-off Sumeru Mountain in the Himalayas. Flying over the Himalayas and knowing he had only until sunrise, unable to identify the particular herb fast, Hanuman uprooted and carried the entire mountain in time to save the life of Lakshmana along with the rest of the Vanar army. Hanuman was blessed by Sri Rama with immortality at the end of the war.
For the Hindu devotee, Hanuman is the symbol of the loyal servant in relation to the master.