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Shiva-Lingam stone pendant
In the stone trade Shiva Lingam means naturally shaped stones from the Narmada River in India.
In addition to the Ganges and the Yamuna 1312 km long Narmada is one of the three most sacred rivers of India. It is no surprise that this is where these symbolic stones are promoted. The energy of the sacred river to be transmitted on the stones. The form is created by the ongoing abrasion by the masses of water and polished by hand.
In India, Shiva Lingam is traditionally placed vertically in a circular bracket with a kind of spout, as the Shiva-lingam is ritually doused with water or a mixture of milk and honey. Our small Shiva-lingam, however, are intended for daily driving and provided with a small hole to you as to wear on a leather thong.
Shiva-lingam deemed force stones that give us energy to both human and environment. They are also a symbol of the Hindu god Shiva. Linga means symbol in Saskrit, so Shiva Lingam means symbol of Shiva. Shiva-lingam can be generally regarded as a symbol of the divine, and are not limited to Hinduism.
Indian Shiva-lingam as drilled Pendants, about 30 mm in size
rare black Shiva-lingam as drilled pendant, about 30mm