According to Hindu mythology, the Kalpavriksha tree was one of the 14 gems which came out of the depths of the sea after the Samudra Manthan (churning of the ocean). The worshipper of this Shaligram gets all his wishes fulfilled, worldly comforts and dignity in the society. Kalpavriksha is said to fulfill the desires of all those who have faith on the holy tree. This tree has a generous connotation attached - for ages it has been known to fulfill all the wishes of the devotees. Worshipper gets good partner in the form of husband/ good wife and obedient children and peace prevails in the family. Keeping Kalpvriksha Shila in the Alter is considered very auspicious and this pleases Lord Krishna which in turns blesses the devotee to the fullest. This Shila is very exotic, powerful, extremely attractive, brilliant, auspicious, emits very high radiance and has an extra ordinarily high energy levels. This Shila has very sharp and perfect impressions of Kalp Vriksha at the top of the Shila extending to the complete right side periphery of the Shila. The Shila is semi circular in shape. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.