Janaardanah -The term Ardayati is a verb meaning both giving sorrow and giving joy. Thus, one who gives sorrow and disaster to the vicious, and who blesses with joy and peace to the good people is called Janaardanah. Janardanah is another name of Vishnu and appears as the 126th name in the Vishnu Sahasranama. According to Adi Sankara on the Vishnu Sahasranama, Janardanah means "One who inflicts suffering on evil men." Alternatively, it means, "He to whom all devotees pray for worldly success and liberation." The term Ardayati is a verb meaning both giving sorrow and 'giving joy'. Thus, One who gives sorrow and disaster to the vicious, and who blesses with joy and peace to the good people is called Janaardanah. Janardhanh Shaligrama is extremely powerful and the worshipper of this Shaligrama gets tremendous success in business and services. All the obstacles coming on the way of the worshipper are removed from the core and he reaps wealth and gold in all his endeavors. The worshipper gets immense protection by worshipping this Shaligrama and no black magic or occult works on him. This wonderful Shilas has total 5 sets of Chakras which combinely forms the Janardhana. The Laxmi markings are in the form of the vertical lines on the top of Shila. Any person trying to harm the worshipper is sent to hell and suffers throughout his life. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.