Twelve Jyotirling Siddh Shiv Kavach Yantra
12 Jyotirling Wall Hanging: 12 Jyotirling Wall Hanging displays the auspicious image of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva manifested himself as a Jyotirlingam in the night of Aridra Nakshatras; it was on the 14th day in the dark half of the month of Phalguna that Lord Shiva first manifested himself in the form of a Linga. The Jyotirlinga are ancient shrines of immense importance and significance where Lord Shiva is worshipped as a Lingam or fiery column of light.
India is a land of Gods and Lord Shiva is the most revered Gods by Hindus all across the world. Worshipped in the form of Shivalinga, Lord Shiva is believed to bless all his true devotees with salvation. The twelve Jyotirlingas (12 Jyotirling Wall Hanging ) also called the ‘Dwadash Jyotirlingas’ are considered to be the holiest of all shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and according to the beliefs of Hindu mythology, whosoever does the divine darshans of these 12 holy Jyotirlingas, will be released from the cycle of life and death. With the dome shaped glass the image of Shiva encircled by the twelve Jyotirlinga (12 Jyotirling Wall Hanging ) is visible from all directions.
When hung at the entrance of your home, it will offer a divine and hospitable welcome to the guests. It can also be hung on the wall inside your home.