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lingam

The ancient Hindu term for the penis, which appears in the Kama Sutra and is often associated with Tantric sex.

lingam

A symbol for the penis in Indian religion. The Hindu phallic image of the god Siva. See also YONI.
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For almost a year we travelled to various areas in India that grew bamboo to understand the whole process of bamboo cultivation and product manufacture," Lingam says.
Todo mundo se puso entonces a buscar el lingam hasta encontrarlo: habia adquirido un tamano descomunal y tenia vida y voluntad autonoma.
The new lingam was obtained after several attempts as it was not easy to get a lingam as per the right specifications", said the chairman of the board of trustees of the temple, Karumuttu T.
As the divine image form, this Lingam is always set
It shows Lingam bragging on his mobile phone that he could help the person on the other end, whom the inquiry confirmed as Ahmad Fairuz, get a promotion.
Says Lingam, who is petitioning to amend the Forest Act, 1927, " According to the Act, we cannot take bamboo from the forest.
I have never seen such a huge Rudraksha Shiva Lingam.
In the video, the man was purportedly speaking to recently retired chief judge Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, although Lingam denied it in the inquiry.
Lingam apparently told him that the person at the other end of the line was the recently retired chief judge Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim.
Inside the main Amarnath cave lies an ice stalagmite, worshipped by devotees as the Shiva Lingam (the phallic symbol of Shiva), which waxes during May to August and gradually wanes thereafter.
Lingam said in his letter to Anwar's lawyer Sankaran Nair.
Behind Where Each Is Both lies not just Nataraja but a whole lexicon of Sivas--Mahadeva, Sundaramurti, Mahakala, and also the lingam, the Hindu phallic pillar, a fertility symbol evoking not so much biological reproduction as the redirection of sexual energy toward transcendence.