Brass made the unique combination of Trinetra Dhari Lord Shiva Shivlingam Abhishek set, there are total set of 5 products Shivling, Snake, Trishul, Abhishek Pot, and Tripot Pot stand for Lord Shiv Shankar Shivling abhishek and puja.
A tripod stand of brass with a pot placed on it for offering abhishek to lingam. Its easy to maintain, has elegant look and religious appeal.
Siva’s trishul or trident (the three pointed javelin like weapon) represents the three gunas - Sattwa, Rajas and Tamas.The Trishul is the emblem of sovereignity. Lord Siva wields the world through these three gunas, which is the composition of Maya-Shakti or mind and matter. In other words, if one were able to analyse the composition of Maya-Shakti, it will be found to be made of the combination of the three Gunas (Sattwa-Rajas-Tamas).
Make: Made in heavy brass.
Brass is well known for its grasping capacity. It grasps the divine spirit upto 30%, when compared to other metals. The spiritual vibrations are attracted towards these shining idols easily.
Dimensions of Set
Shivling: 5.75 inches (H) x 4.5 inches (W) x 5.25 inches (L) (14.5 x 11.5 x 13 cm) approx
Trishul: 6 inches (H) x 1.75 inches (W) x 1.25 inches (Base) (15 x 4.5 x 3 cm) approx
Lota: 6.5 inches (H) x 6 inches (diameter) (16.5 x 15 cm) approx
Tripot Pot: 11.5 inches (H) x 4.5 inches (Top diameter) x 8 inches (Distance of bottom legs) (29 x 11.5 x 20 cm) approx
Snake: 4.25 inches (H) x 2.6 inches (W) (7.5 x 6.5 cm) approx
Total Height of set: 16 inches (40 cm) approx
Total weight of set: 3.2 kgs approx
Significiant of Abhishek:
Abhishek is a religious ceremony of holy bath given to a deity. The word abhishek means a sprinkling. It is derived from the root sic, to wet, and with the prefix abhi, "around," Abhisheka is literally, "wetting around." An Abhishek is the bathing part of a puja that usually is done with sacred water. In puja, a deity is called, seated, greeted, bathed, dressed, fed and praised. The bathing of the deity is the ABHISHEKA part of the puja. During an elaborate bathing ceremony a deity is bathed not only in water, but also with milk, yogurt, butter milk, honey, clarified butter, sugar, and all kinds of fruit juices. After this bathing, the sacred image is dressed, ornamented, fed and praised with hymns accompanied with bells, drums and other instruments.
Offering Sugar cane juice, for example, help please the Goddess of wealth Laxmi. The various other offerings have different meaning and gives different results to the devotee. Offering honey may bring riches and financial gains, milk would help a person attain a baby boy, ghee is offered to expand your family lineage and have a fulfilling life, offering Ganga water would help devotees to attain Moksha, and pure water Abhishek would help remove troubles from ones life and fulfill special wishes.
Thus, one should be aware of the type of Abhishek you wish to offer and the kind of blessings you wish to gain. Offering Abhishek is of grave importance and has a lot of prominence in Hindu culture. It pleases the almighty, brings peace of mind and makes one realize of the purpose of life. One becomes more open to embrace life and the realities associated with it.