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About Banalingam

Banalingams are rarest types of Narmada Lingam which are found only in one place, riverbeds of Narmada River in the state of Madhya Pradesh of India. They are Crystalline Swayambhu (self-created) stones which are worshipped as Lingam, the formless representation of Lord Shiva. They naturally assume the oval shape due to course of river and water currents. They are translucent in appearance and found mostly in shades of white with natural traces of brown, Gray, green, red, yellow and translucent. When light is placed on one side, the other side displays charming and vibrant radiance. For devotees of Lord Shiva, these Lingams are most sought after as they are believed to be representation of Lord Shiva Himself. These Lingams are believed to carry highest frequency vibrations than any other stone found in the planet.

Legend of Banalingam

Legends state that there lived a Demon king Bana, grandson of Prahaladha, who was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. He was blessed with thousand arms by Lord Shiva after severe penance. High on pride and arrogance, Bana troubled Gods and humans. He fought a battle with Lord Krishna and lost all his thousand arms. Lord Shiva however honoured the Demon king for his adherent devotion and blessed him with a Shiva Lingam which was Lord Shiva’s own representation. The self-manifest Lingam hence is since known as Bana Lingam.

Why Banalingam is special

Banalingam are not man-made but formed naturally. As per researchers and Geologists, over a million years ago a meteorite hit the Narmada river which caused the rocks in the riverbed and rocky riverside of river to get impregnated with the elements of the meteorite. A fusion of the meteorite from space and the natural minerals of this planet resulted in formation of special crystalline rocks having special and mystical qualities. These rocks over course of time split in small pieces and due to water currents and river course took shape of Lingams. These Lingams when settled deeper in Narmada river for a longer time, caused the stone to lose its opaqueness and become more translucent in appearance. Being settled in the sacred river Narmada, which is addressed in Puranas as Rewa and revered as Shankari i.e., daughter of Lord Shiva, the Lingam radiates more divinity and when worshipped upon makes one feel closer to Lord Shiva. These Lingams are sold as Narmada bana lingam online or by various sellers. However, some might confuse it with Naramda Lingams which are prominently brown in colour and opaque. Banalingams are similar to Naramda Lingam but are rarer as they emerge from the river bed almost once in every ten years therefore Banalinga price also differs from Narmada Lingam due to its rare occurrence.

Significance of Banalingam

The Brihat Vaivartha Purana describes about three categories of Lingams which are very auspicious. They are Swayambhu (self-manifest), Sailalinga (made of stone) and Banalinga (collected from a specific river). The Swayambhu Lingam are Vyaka- they bestow salvation, Sailalinga are Vyakta Avyakta – bestow happiness and salvation and Banalinga are Avyakta – bestow worldly happiness. Banalingam come under all these categories of Lingam, which explains the significance and power of Banalingams. As per Yajnavalkya Samhita, worship of one Banalingam is equivalent to worship of a crore other Lingams. The Lingams bestows worldly abundance without one getting attached to them. It helps cleanse one of all curses and sins and brings mental and spiritual growth. It helps activate Kundalini energy and open all Chakras. It brings harmony, peace, and wellbeing. Its regular worship helps cleanses negative karmic burdens and negative energies in surrounding and fills it with harmonious and positive energies. Banalingams are so sacred that even namaskaram (acknowledging their presence by bowing down with hands folded in namaste) in the morning is believed help one attains success in any task he/she does that day.

How to worship Banalingam

The Banalingam do not require to undergo any Avahana (invocation) Pran Prathisha (consecration) due to natural presence of divinity in them. Under no circumstances they lose their merit. There is no strict procedure prescribed in scriptures for its worship. Its worship is not obligatory and its presence in the house blesses the dwellers and the dwelling and helps remove any Vastu defect. One can however regularly worship the Lingam by performing abhishekum ritual which usually involves offering of water and Panchamrit, a mix of five items which are cow milk, curd, ghee, sugar and honey.

Why buy Banalingam from Rudra Centre

From years many traders are selling Banalinga online and at stores mentioning that both Narmada and Banalingams are the same which is not the case as explained above. Rudra Centre is an ISO 9000:2015 organisation offers Banalingams which are sourced only from reliable sellers who have been long in this business. We are currently the largest collectors of these rare pieces of Banalingam, which are checked on various characteristics to ensure its authenticity.