Neelkanth Natural Om Shivalingam from Narmada River

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Narmadehwara Shivling / banalingam with yonibase, blessings of lord neelkanth. The lingam set is natural Divine Natural Om "self-manifested", "self-existing"in  brown .

The Narmada is one of the five holy rivers of India. The Ramayana, the Mahabharat, and the Puranas refer to it frequently. The Rewa Khand of Vayu Purana and the Rewa Khand of Skanda Purana are entirely devoted to the story of the birth and the importance of the river, and hence Narmada is also called the Rewa. Another legend says, once Lord Shiva, meditated so hard that he started perspiring. Shiva's sweat accumulated in a tank and started flowing in the form of a river the Narmada.

Legends also say that for Lord Shiva, the Hindu God, this river is especially sacred on account of its origin, and it is often called Shankari, i.e., daughter of Shankar (Lord Shiva). All the pebbles rolling on its bed are said to take the shape of his emblem with the saying, "Narmada Ke Kanker utte Sankar" (a popular saying in the Hindi belt of India), which means that 'pebble stones of Narmada get a personified form of Shiva'. These lingam shaped stones (cryptocrytalline quartz), called Banalinga also called (Banashivalingas) are much sought after for daily worship.

Worshipping one bana-linga gets the benefits that can be obtain by worshipping a carore of other lingas. The Lingam is considered to be the form of the formless.These Banlingas are considered to be alive even without Pranapratishta (process of installation).

The stone represents the blending of male and female energy, with the shape of the stone representing the male (knowledge), and the markings representing the female (wisdom). Narmadeshawara Lingam stones are sacred in both Hindu and Buddhist beliefs.

Possessing this Shivalingam is considered highly auspicious and is believed to bring peace, progeny, luck, wealth, fame and prosperity. Importance of Narmadeshwar Lingam is mentioned in the Shiva Purana. It is said that Lord Shiva blesses the place where Narmadeshwar Lingam is kept and worshipped.

They do not need to be ceremoniously installed or duly consecrated. They do not even require going through the normal ritual of invocation of divine presence (Avahana), for the divine presence is already there and will continue to be there, quite independently of the rituals. This is clearly and boldly stated by the Marka Bheda Tantra (Patala 7). In fact, the Yoga Sara (Chapter 5) claims that by merely thinking about Bana Lingam early in the morning, a person can gain success in all the tasks of the day.

The sacred Narmada Shivlinga stones can be used to remove negativity and harness and transmit harmonious vibrations throughout a home and office.

Total Height: 2.5 inches
Weight: 175 gms approx

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The sacred Narmada Shivlinga stones can be used to remove negativity and harness and transmit harmonious vibrations throughout a home and office.

This Divine shivalingum has self manifested om symbole.In Hinduism, Om is one of the most important spiritual symbols. It refers to Atman (soul, self within) and Brahman (ultimate reality, entirety of the universe, truth, divine, supreme spirit, cosmic principles, knowledge).

The three letters of A – U – M represent a number of sacred trinities:
The different conditions of consciousness — the waking state, the dreaming state, and the deep sleep state.
The deities in charge of the creation, preservation, and destruction of the universe — Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.
The three original Vedic scriptures — Rg, Yajur, and Sāma.
The three worlds — earth, atmosphere, and ether.
The three aspects of time — past, present, and future.
In the Bhakti tradition (yoga of devotion) — Krishna (seen by his devotees as the God of Creation), Rādhārāni (Krishna’s eternal consort, or God’s female counterpart), and the ordinary living beings.
Om encompasses all of creation, and its merciful energy can be attained by any who seek it, regardless of who they are, where they come from, or whichever faith they follow.

Length of Yonibase: 3 inches
Width of Yonibase: 1.5 inches
Total Height: 2.5 inches
Weight: 175 gms approx

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