Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling

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Buy Pure Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling - Rudrahouse

Embrace purity and positive energy with a Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling from Rudrahouse. Receive blessings from Lord Pashupatinath and achieve Moksha.

SKU: K02
Shipping: Worldwide
Certificate of Authenticity: Included
Energize in Pashupatinath Temple: Included
Symbol: Lord Shiva
Good For: Mukti- Moksha,l Liberation l Emancipation
Name of 5 Face:: 1-Sadyojata (Barun), 2-Vamdeva (Uma Maheswara), 3- Tatpurusha, 4-Aghor & 5- Ishana
Available In: 0.5 - 6 KG

Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling:
Worshipping this shivling makes free from animal life's rebirth and eliminates the sinful effect of hurting animals. It increases positive energy that affects our Karma by blessing Lord Pashupatinath, an avatar of Lord Shiva, a God of animals.

This Shivlinga is highly suggested for worship by people who love animals and believe in Karma and its effects. Worshiping this Shivlinga gives them Moksha and develops their capacity to help animals and human beings.

Short Story behind Pashupatinath related to Mahabharat:
Pashupatinath is a form of Lord Shiva, the God of Animals. The biggest temple of Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath temple, is in Kathmandu, Nepal, where millions of Shiva devotees visit every time. Millions of people visit the Pashupatinath temple every year before starting their Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. The big reason behind this is:

Having a darshan on five sides of Pashupatinath will free you from animal life's rebirth and any sin done to hurting animals. After Mahabharat Yodh finished, Arjun asked Lord Krishna, "How can we get rid of sin by killing innocent animals and people in Yodh?"

Lord Krishna gave Arjuna suggestions on how to get rid of these sins. First, go and have Lord Pashupatinath Darshan and get rid of sin, killing an innocent animal, and rebirth from animal life.
Second, go to Kailash Mansarovar and bathe, where you will be free from sin, kill people, and get Moksha.

( Five Faces of Pashupatinath:1-Sadyojata (Barun), 2-Vamdeva (Uma Maheswara), 3- Tatpurusha, 4-Aghor & 5- Ishana.)

Sphatik (Crystal / Quartz) is a white-shiny transparent stone related to Venus in astrology. An idol made from Sphatik stone helps concentrate, cools the body, and calms the mind. It is also a form of positive energy and Purity that helps remove obstacles.

We all know about Shivlinga and its importance in Hinduism. It is a representation of the Hindu God Shiva. Lingam is additionally found in Sanskrit texts, which means "evidence, proof" of God and God's existence in the form of energy. Therefore, it is the idol of Lord Shiva's energy.

Both Shivlinga and Sphatik Stone represent Purity and energy. So worshipping Sphatik Shivling is very good at home and in temples.

Rudrahouse allows you to select the Sphatik Shivlinga size, but please let us know by email if you want something else. We will try our best to accommodate your request.
We provide you with 100% pure Sphatik. Our expert checks it carefully before shipping to ensure it is not damaged or cracked.

You may also like to have pure Sphatik Gaumukh Shivling. You will feel the energy of pure Sphatik and be blessed by Lord Pashupatinath and Nandi, the God of Animals.

Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling Benefits:
A worshiper gets blessed by Five Faces of Pashupatinath:1-Sadyojata (Barun), 2-Vamdeva (Uma Maheswara), 3- Tatpurusha, 4-Aghor & 5- Ishana.
It is a symbol of Purity.
It is a symbol of energy.
It gives rid of rebirth in animals' lives.
It gets rid of sin by hurting or killing animals.
It is one of the pure forms of Pashupatinath to worship.
It helps to concentrate.
It gives a positive feeling.
It is suitable for Abhishek and offering pooja.
It blesses worshippers with everything in life that they wish to have.
It removes negative energy from the home.
It gives peace of mind.

Price of Sphatik Pashupatinath Shivling:
The price depends on the Purity, clarity, and weight of the Sphatik Stone.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call us.
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