Narmadeshwar - Lingam [70 mm]
These Shiva Lingams come from the Narmada River in India, which is one of the seven sacred holy places of pilgrimage in India and the collection of these stones is passed down from generation to generation. The stones are made of crypto crystalline quartz and are said to have been formed from a meteorite that fell to Earth several million years ago. They contain one of the loftiest vibrations of all stones on Earth. 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). The stone works with the breath and the fluids of the body creating a harmony in the body's flow. Narmadeshawara Lingam stones are sacred in both Hindu and Buddhist beliefs. They are gathered one sacred day a year from an area near the source of the Narmada River about 300 miles north of Bombay. Of the stones gathered, the most beautiful are polished into this traditional oval shape by the action of the river, then enhanced by hand polishing with a waxy-butter which gives them their unique gleam and texture.
Narmadeshwar - Lingam