A Shivpind, just like a Shiv Lingam is the symbolic form of Shiva. It has been worshipped since ancient time in India due to its divine significance. While the base of the Lingam, denotes Bhrama, the middle signifies Vishnu and the Top stands for Shiva, thus completing the auspicious holy trinity.
Benefits of Shivpind.
Since ancient times, sages have advocated the worship of lingam, due to its miraculous effect on the devotee’s awareness and concentration. Having a Shiv Pind in your home-temple, intensifies the purity and vibrations of your house, thus creating peace and harmony with a sense of oneness.
After installing a Shivpind in the house, it has to be regularly worshipped, especially on Mondays, to invoke the presence. The chanting of “Om NamahShivaya” is prescribed 108 times in the purana, while Bilwa leaves are offered to the lingam. Abhishek is performed with water, milk or even curd.