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Monday, March 09, 2009

Have you thought of a Parad Lingam for your pooja room?


parad means purified mercury, mercury cannot be solidified if it is not purified
This Shiva Lingam made from mercury is absolutely non-toxic and not hazardous in any way. The mercury is purified and solidified through an esoteric Tantric process.
THere are a few available on ebay, wonder how they are manufactured...priced very reasonable.

Parad is regarded as the sperm (seed) of Lord Shiva and in Ayurveda it as a flowing metalloid (fluid metal).It is said in Brahma Purana that he who worships Parad Shivling devotedly, whether one is male or female, Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra gets full wordly pleasures, and at last attains supreme destination (salvation). During life-span they get glory, honour, high office, name and fame, sons, grandsons and learning. Parad Shivlinga is a very rare Tantrik article.

It is belived that even by touching the energised Parad Shivling, one's sins are removed. It is recommended by our saga's to adore and worship parad Shivling,. this lead them to be infused with extra ordinary ,velour invincibility, adding to their fame and popularity far and wide, causing and spreading almost whole over the world.

It is best recommended for Peace, prosperity and happiness. It is not only matchless but also unparallel in whole world. Mercury has property of liquidity which in itself involves difficult process of solidification. But by the grace and compassion of Lord Shiva parad shivling is made for the benefit of people of the world for peace and prosperity.

Benefits of Parad Shivlinga :-

o Prosperity to the house or office
o No shortage of food, money or clothes.
o Brings peace to the premises.
o If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple.
o If kept during a religious gathering, it brings knowledge by evoking Goddess Saraswati.
o Enlightens the students with knowledge and sharpens their memory.
o Fill it with Ganges water and sprinkle it on a person or in a premises. Malefic planetery effects and black magic evils disappear.
o Removes ill-effects of Brahmhatya, Gau-hatya and Bal-hatya (Dosha due to killing of a priest, cow or a child in the previous births.


The largest Parad Shivalingam (1500 Kgs)is located at Siddha Ashram, Ujjain in central India. An opportunity to worship this Parad Shivalingam ....
Original article here.
Some google search, and I found that you can even buy a chotu version for personal usage. Here !


1 comment:

  1. As e-bay is not personally into making of these tantric item called Parad Shivling, i would like to suggest anyone who wants to buy genuine solidified Parad Shivling, should contact Dr.Jayesh Sav, who is the son of a renowned alchemist Late Dr.Vishwas Sav, who is in the field of making Parad Shivling since 1989,at NAVJEEVAN AROGYADHAM ,Bhaayander(W),Mumbai. Contact:28181437/9820494648

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