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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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Tambu, Janifa, Linga, Tamari and Vaida all become mini-matriarchs and have to relinquish all concerns with youthful pleasure and play that presumably are markers of girl childhood.
and Linga (phallus) become a typical symbol of the divine procreative
So I went to the inner sanctorum and started to tie the garlands on the linga.
Linga, Karttikeya and Ganesa only The image in the Dacca Museum includes the representations of:
According to Linga, among the health programs for teens include nutrition, oral, mental, adolescent and maternal health, including the health risks brought about by smoking, drugs and substance abuse.
Black as Shiva's linga, sign among signs, a body surrounded by vapors allowing a glimpse of the luminous particular burning with joyful and erect intensity.
The linga encompasses the micro- and macro-cosmos: it connects the panchabbuta, " five elements of nature" to a concrete map of sacred shrines in south India, where devotees can go, worship, and emerge transformed by their experience.
Apart from the marriage of Lord Shiva to Parvati, it is also believed that Lord Shiva manifested himself in the form of Linga.
The animals were found on a beach on the island of East Linga, off Shetland.
Tenders are invited for Mission kakatiya phase iv - restoration of linga samundar kunta, suddapally (v), dichpally (m), nizamabad dist
According to Verdades Linga, city health officer, there were about 121 private lying-in clinics in Quezon City, although only 39 were operating with sanitary permits.
The bodies of Siba Habika (60) and Linga Habika (30) were found on Thursday morning with their throats slit.