Himalayan Clear Quartz Shiva Linga
Made of pure Himalayan Quartz, this sphatik Shiva Linga is simply Divine. Clear quartz's divine vibrations encapsulate the mood of this gorgeous linga. Place it in your sacred space, altar, window sill, or in your garden. Perfectly sized!
These are wonderful for meditation. Add them to your sacred space for a boost in concentration, peace, and quieting of the mind for your meditation practice.
It is known to be extra special and auspicious to worship Lord Shiva in a crystal linga form. Create your perfect sanctuary or meditation room with this amazing Linga.
- Handcarved by artisans in Jaipur, India.
- Measures approximately 2 inches in length and 1.5 inches in height.
- Each piece is unique and handcarved, slight variations are expected.
- Made of pure Himalayan Quartz
A Shiva Linga is a stone or artistic representation of Lord Shiva as an emblem of the Infinite. He is worshipped throughout India since recorded civilization. He is mentioned in Ancient Vedas and revered by all casts, sects, languages and regions of India. The stories of Lord Shiva mention his various forms including the Linga. Shiva has said himself he is the easiest of all Gods to please. As such a simple ritual of pouring water over the Shiva Linga, or bathing it in water, is a very famous mode of worship for Lord Shiva.
The Shiva Linga is the symbolic stone of Lord Shiva and is worshipped by millions. Its worship predates written history but it is also found in Hindu epics such as the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. The linga is most commonly made out of stone, crystal, and brass He simply brings peace to any space. Place him on your altar, in gardens or any place in your home to bring the calming energies of Lord Shiva into your space.
The Shiva Linga stone has many meanings but it is most known as the formless aspect of Shiva and represents the cessation of desires and merging into the formless One. "In the Sanskrit language, the word linga refers to a ‘chief mark’ or ‘characteristic’ of something. As a term, it is not per se a synonym for the male sexual organ, as some would believe. Linga indicates what is outstanding and determinative." David Frawley