Shiva Linga is an aniconic form of Lord Shiva, richly inlayed here in its crowning beauty. It is said that when creation began to manifest itself, it started as a Linga and then became anything else. All Hindu temples have a Linga kept on its altar as a symbol of Lord Shiva and mostly it is also accompanied with the full Shiva family having goddess Parvati, Lord Kartikeya, Lord Ganesha, Nandi and the Vasuki Snake in their respective positions and original forms.
The one shown here is a mesmerizing piece of art inlayed with multiple colored reconstituted stones of light blue and red forming flower patterns all over, with the base decorated in three circular layers of beads along with two chains of beads covering the inner and outer edges of Yoni’s circumference. Linga is a representation of all the energies of the world and beyond containing the healing powers of the mind, body and soul. It is believed that creation Is affected by purush (male) and prakriti (female), thus the Linga (symbol of creation) is a representation of both, wherein the cylindrical top represents Lord Shiva himself and the yoni on which it rests is an emblem of goddess Parvati.
Notice the Tripundara Tilak and Tryambaka (third eye) of wisdom in the centre, that gives realistic vibes of auspiciousness and bhakti. Zoom in to applaud the detailed carvings and patterns on this brass statue. Show your devotion to Lord Shiva, by buying this unique Shiva Linga statue for your worship place.