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Lingam Collection

The lingam, a sacred symbol of Lord Shiva, holds immense significance in Hinduism

Background imageLingam Collection: Shiva lingam in 10th century temple of Sri Brihadeswara

Shiva lingam in 10th century temple of Sri Brihadeswara (Brihadisvara), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thanjavur (Tanjore), Tamil Nadu, India, Asia

Background imageLingam Collection: Annamalaiyar Temple, India

Annamalaiyar Temple, India
Annamalaiyar Temple - a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located at the bottom of the Annamalai hill in Thiruvannamalai town in Tamilnadu, India

Background imageLingam Collection: Shiva lingam in Hindu temple, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Middle East

Shiva lingam in Hindu temple, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Middle East

Background imageLingam Collection: The Indian God Ixora with 3 eyes and Sixteen Hands, c. 1780 (engraving)

The Indian God Ixora with 3 eyes and Sixteen Hands, c. 1780 (engraving)
3744537 The Indian God Ixora with 3 eyes and Sixteen Hands, c.1780 (engraving) by Rooker, Edward (c.1712-74); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lord Siva with 16 hands, wearing tiger skin)

Background imageLingam Collection: Small portable temple dedicated to the worship of Priapus (engraving)

Small portable temple dedicated to the worship of Priapus (engraving)
DGC405756 Small portable temple dedicated to the worship of Priapus (engraving) by English School, (18th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageLingam Collection: Figure of Ekamukha Siva-Linga from the Temple at Khoh (sandstone)

Figure of Ekamukha Siva-Linga from the Temple at Khoh (sandstone)
SCP57267 Figure of Ekamukha Siva-Linga from the Temple at Khoh (sandstone) by Indian School, (5th century); 65x21.5 cm; National Museum of India, New Delhi, India; Indian, out of copyright

Background imageLingam Collection: Shivalingam (colour litho)

Shivalingam (colour litho)
423638 Shivalingam (colour litho) by Indian School; Private Collection; Photo eLuca Tettoni; Indian, out of copyright

Background imageLingam Collection: Satyr carrying a herm, detail from a small portable temple dedicated ro the worship of

Satyr carrying a herm, detail from a small portable temple dedicated ro the worship of
DGC405757 Satyr carrying a herm, detail from a small portable temple dedicated ro the worship of Priapus (engraving) (detail of 405756) by English School

Background imageLingam Collection: Linga, 10th- 13th century (stone)

Linga, 10th- 13th century (stone)
1072569 Linga, 10th- 13th century (stone) by Cambodian, (13th Century); 76.2x23.5x23.8 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; (add.info)

Background imageLingam Collection: A Pilgrimage of the Mind, c. 1800 (opaque w / c on paper)

A Pilgrimage of the Mind, c. 1800 (opaque w / c on paper)
874488 A Pilgrimage of the Mind, c.1800 (opaque w/c on paper) by Indian School, (19th century); 14.13 x22.7 cm; San Diego Museum of Art, USA; (add.info.: A Shaivite ascetic, seated on a rug)

Background imageLingam Collection: Lakshmana at the hermitage, folio from a Ramayana, ca. 1690-1710. Creator: Unknown

Lakshmana at the hermitage, folio from a Ramayana, ca. 1690-1710. Creator: Unknown
Lakshmana at the hermitage, folio from a Ramayana, ca. 1690-1710

Background imageLingam Collection: Hindus Conversing before a Shrine, 17th century. Creator: Unknown

Hindus Conversing before a Shrine, 17th century. Creator: Unknown
Hindus Conversing before a Shrine, 17th century

Background imageLingam Collection: Hindu woman worshipping a lingam during Holi celebration in Goverdan, Uttar Pradesh

Hindu woman worshipping a lingam during Holi celebration in Goverdan, Uttar Pradesh, India, Asia

Background imageLingam Collection: A Raja Receives Homage Outside the City... from a Dispersed Manuscript, last quarter of 17th cent

A Raja Receives Homage Outside the City... from a Dispersed Manuscript, last quarter of 17th cent
A Raja Receives Homage Outside the City: Page from a Dispersed Manuscript, last quarter of the 17th century

Background imageLingam Collection: A shrine of a chapel on the Ganges (photo)

A shrine of a chapel on the Ganges (photo)
XIR181044 A shrine of a chapel on the Ganges (photo) by Indian School; Benares, Uttar Pradesh, India; Indian, out of copyright. possible copyright restrictions apply, consult national copyright laws

Background imageLingam Collection: Interior Pillars of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India

Interior Pillars of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Ekambareswarar Temple or Ekambaranathar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located in the town of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, India

Background imageLingam Collection: The South Tower Entrance Shrine of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, South India

The South Tower Entrance Shrine of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, South India
Ekambareswarar Temple or Ekambaranathar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located in the town of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, India

Background imageLingam Collection: Lingam phallus-shaped Lingam Linga holiest form

Lingam phallus-shaped Lingam Linga holiest form
Lingam, The phallus-shaped Lingam (or Linga), the holiest form that symbolizes the creative power of Shiva, Signed: P. Sonnerat pinx, Poisson sc, pl. 54, before p. 179 (vol. 1), Sonnerat, Pierre M

Background imageLingam Collection: Worship stone image Shiva Parvati within lingam

Worship stone image Shiva Parvati within lingam
Worship of stone image of Shiva and Parvati within a lingam, c. 1710. Indian, Himachal Pradesh, Chamba region. Color on paper; page: 37.5 x 23.5 cm (14 3/4 x 9 1/4 in.)

Background imageLingam Collection: Album of Ragamala. Young woman prays at the shrine of Shiva. As chief Hindu god

Album of Ragamala. Young woman prays at the shrine of Shiva. As chief Hindu god and creator Shiva is represented by the lingam (Phallus). 19th century Indian miniature, Rajasthan School


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The lingam, a sacred symbol of Lord Shiva, holds immense significance in Hinduism. Found in various temples across the world, it represents the divine power and energy that flows through all creation. In the 10th century temple of Sri Brihadeswara, nestled in Annamalaiyar Temple, India, one can witness the awe-inspiring presence of a majestic Shiva lingam. As you explore further into Ekambareswarar Temple in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India, your eyes will be captivated by the intricate interior pillars adorned with beautifully sculpted lingams. These pillars stand as testaments to ancient craftsmanship and devotion. Surprisingly even amidst Dubai's modern skyline lies a Hindu temple where a magnificent Shiva lingam resides. This spiritual oasis in United Arab Emirates' Middle East region serves as a reminder that faith transcends borders. Moving back to South India's cultural heartland - Kanchipuram - we find ourselves at the South Tower Entrance Shrine of Ekambareswarar Temple. Here stands another exquisite representation of Lord Shiva's divinity embodied within an intricately carved lingam. Traveling northwards to Vidisa brings us face-to-face with an enchanting sandstone figure known as Hari-Hara. This portrayal combines both Vishnu and Shiva aspects into one entity while emphasizing their unity through the presence of a prominent lingam. A journey to Nepal takes us to Pashupatinah Temple where numerous shiva-they are revered by devotees from around the world. The sight is truly mesmerizing; each stone exudes spirituality and connects worshippers with their inner selves. Intriguingly shifting gears from sculptures to paintings leads us to Bhairavi Ragini artwork dating back to circa 1725. Three figures gather before a shrine depicting reverence for Lord Shiva's sacred symbol -the mighty lingam- showcasing its influence on various art forms.