Shivling made of pure solidified mercury (Parad) metal.
A Shivaling has three distinct parts which are considered as portions of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The lower part represents Brahma, the middle Vishnu and the upper and the most prominent represents Shiva. Thus, Shivling represents all the three powers in one- as the Param Braham or Supreme Shiva. Another interpretation considers Shivling to be divided in two parts Shiva and Shakti. The top part is considered Shiva and the yoni is considered to be Shakti.
Importance of Parad Shiving:
. Brings prosperity to the house or office.
. Brings peace to the premises.
. If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple.
. It helps in controlling various disease like, high blood pressure, asthama and heart problems and helps to increase will power.
. Worship it with Gangajal and sprinkle it on a person or in a premises to get rid off black magic and spells.
. Ancient texts like Ras Ratnakar, Ras Chandasu, Samhita, Rasendara Chudamani, explains that the very touch of a parad lingam, gives a person the benefit of Shiv pooja in all the cosmic worlds.
As per the Brahma Purana, any person, male or female and belonging to any "Varna"- Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra, who worships Parad idols daily is blessed with worldly pleasures and lastly achieve supreme salvation (Moksha). The Parad Idol gives to worshiper a life full of beauty, honor, fame, happiness, knowledge, and wisdom.
As per the Vedas, there is nothing more pure, pious and auspicious in Kaliyug than Parad. Parad is also found effective in controlling various diseases like High Blood Pressure, Asthma and increase the Sex Power. Parad has special significance in Ayurveda too. Many ayurvedic medicine use parad as the chief ingredient for giving energy.
Dimensions: 1.5 inches (H) x 1.75 inches (L) x 1.25 inches (B) approx
Weight: 128 grams approx
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Shivling made of pure solidified mercury (Parad). A Shivaling has three distinct parts which are considered as portions of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.