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DVH Narmada River Shiva Lingam Matte Focal Bead 28x15x15mm (9690)

DVH Narmada River Shiva Lingam Matte Focal Bead 28x15x15mm (9690)

$ 9.98

I hand selected this genuine shiva lingam that was made in India from Narmada River stones. I then drilled it so it can be worn. Measurements are shown in the listing title, it has a 2.5mm drill hole. For more information on the sacred Shiva Lingam, see below....

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 Here's what Wikipedia has to say about the lingam... The lingam (also linga, ling, Shiva linga, Shiv ling, Sanskrit: liga, meaning "mark", "sign", or "inference") is a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva used for worship in temples. In traditional Indian society, the linga is rather seen as a symbol of the energy and potential of God, Shiva himself. The lingam is often represented alongside the yoni, a symbol of the goddess or of Shakti, female creative energy. The union of lingam and yoni represents the "indivisible two-in-oneness of male and female, the passive space and active time from which all life originates". Linga represents Cosmic Egg ('Brahmanda' in Sanskrit) who has no beginning nor end. It is believed that this changing world ('Jagat' in Sanskrit) merges or dissolves into the Formless in the end. So, the Linga is the simplest sign of emergence and mergence. While devotees often believe that these stones are found in this shape, and some are, virtually all those sold here in the West have been shaped by hand in India. Here's more specifc info from Wikipedia on the Banalinga.... Banalinga, a stone found in nature, in the bed of the Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh state, India, is an iconic symbol of worship, based on either the scriptures or cultural traditions among the Hindus, particularly of the Shaivaites and Smartha Brahmins. Stones are ancient and connote divinity. It is a smooth ellipsoid stone. Banalinga is also called the Svayambhu Linga: (Sanskrit) "Self-existent mark or sign of God", as it is discovered in nature and not carved or crafted by human hands. The forms of Linga can vary in detail from a simple roller shape roughly cylindrical Banalinga to the stone carved with a thousand facets (Sahasralinga) or of light relief in several human figures (Mukhalinga). The Linga in the shrine of a temple is in stone.


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