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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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Linga, who has been on the run since 2009, alleged that many members of the CMAS tribal group were in Koraput jail on 'false charges' for a very long time.
Such lingas are prevalent in later Shaiva and Shakta worship, where they are known as yonilingas.
But I promise you this: nobody will be singing a song called Boom Tinga- Linga Bang, Bing, Bang Bong.
According to that legend, the divinity began life as a brahmin cowherd boy who used the surplus milk of the cattle he herded for daily worshipping the linga.
Indeed, in formal, or more precisely iconographical, terms, the linga was essentially the same as it was in India.
Supporting the demands of the Maoists, Linga accused the state government of being apathetic towards tribals of the state.
By the time the Jindals complete the project, there will be virtually no iron ore left in the Obulapuram mines as the Reddy brothers would have emptied the site," Opposition TDP MLA Linga Reddy said.
Reflecting on the importance given to the establishment of the linga, the learned scholar adds that the lingapratistha serves here as a model for all other pratisthas and is defined as "l'union de Siva et de Sakti, representes chacun par un objet different" (p.
Tenders are invited for Providing Dining Shed At Primary School @ Village- Linga T.
Makai Ashton-Langford 5 1 11, Jamal Smith 5 1 11, Greg Kuakumensah 3 0 6, Trevor Linga 1 4 6, Tom Annan 3 2 8, Connor Brown 2 0 5, Sean Sweeney 2 0 4, Michael Boaheng 1 2 4, Jonathan Crimmins 0, Dan Henrickson 0, Mike Vayda 0, Raymond Sarkodieh 0.
The discovery of the tallest Shiv Linga at Ziro (as mentioned in 17th chapter of 1893 edition of Shivapuran that the tallest Shiva Linga will appear at a place to be called Lingalaya and later the whole place will be known as Arunachal) is another indicator of the certainty of emergence of the Kalki avatar from this land, he said with conviction.
The two, god and goddess, linga and yonipitha, are the mula "root" of the temple, its structure, worship, and wholesome power.