Banalingam

The Banalingam is a most sacred symbol and divine energy tool. It comes with the loftiest frequency of vibrations compared to any stone on Earth. It is available only in the cradles of the Holy River Narmada. The Bana Lingas are Swayambhu Shiva Lingas that have taken shape in the Sacred Narmada River, in the Central Western part of India. That is why the Bana Lingams are also known as the Narmada Banalingas or Narmadeshwar Shiva Lingas.

The Shiva Lingas that are formed in the Narmada river contain Crypto Crystalline Quartz (masses made up of either fibrous or granular aggregates of tiny, microscopic Quartz Crystals) and a Gemstone material called Chalcedony (with an iron oxide and geothite inclusion) alongwith Basalt and Agate. This unique composition coupled with elliptical shape has a precise resonance in alignment with our Energy Centers or Chakras and are used for thousands of years as Divine Energy Generators for Cleansing, Healing and for Meditation. The Narmada Bana Lingas are quite strong and the hardness is a 7 on the Moe’s Scale.

The Narmada Bana Lingam’s upright egg shape represents the Pure Consciousness of Lord Shiva and the Holy Markings on the Sacred Stone represents the interactive aspect of Goddess Shakti, the Divine Seed which is fertilized to manifest the Creative Power in the Dance of the Cosmos. Together, they represent the Union of the Supreme Male and Supreme Female Energies - Shiva and Shakti. It should also be understood that the Narmada Shiva Lingam represents the Divine Blending of Knowledge (Shiva) and Wisdom (Shakthi).

Categories of Bana Lingas:
There are 9 varieties of Balalingas available. 8 of them corresponding to the 6 Guardian Deities and the 9th one is called the Vaishnava Banalingam.

Narmada Bana Linga:
There are many different types of Narmada Bana Lingas available depending upon the Sacred Markings and Holy Patterns over the body of the Linga. The Banalingas picked up from the Narmada river has ben worshipped already by the Gods especially by the Guardian Deities (Loka Pala). These Sacred Stones are still said to contain the impress of such worship. There are Bana Lingas carrying the different marks characteristic of these Gods.



Black Bana Linga:
There are 9 varieties of Balalingas available. 8 of them corresponding to the 6 Guardian Deities and the 9th one is called the Vaishnava Banalingam. Each Bana Linga is unique with its own markings. The colour of the stone varies a lot, from grey to beige, to brown and a reddish brown. They may be honey coloured, white, blue, black or emerald-hued.


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