The word Krishna means in Sanskrit the dark. The Truth that is intellectually appreciated, but spiritually not apprehended, is considered as veiled behind some darkness. The root Krish means Existence (Sattaa) and na means Bliss (Aananda) .So says Vyasa in Mahabharata, Udyoga Parva 70, para 5. Therefore Krishna (Krish+na) means Existence- Bliss (Sattaa-Aananda). Thus, the very name divine, Krishna, represents the Supreme Paramaatman. Or, because of His dark-blue complexion He is called as Krishna. Mahabharata Santi Parva line 343 He says, As My colour is dark-blue, I am called Krishna, O Arjuna. In Mahabharata, we find Krishna explaining Himself to Arjuna when the earth becomes shelled in by its hard crux I shall turn myself into an iron plough-share and shall plough the earth. Apart from the above meaning Krishna also means the Enchanter of all His devotees (Aakarshana) .Truth is One which irresistibly attracts everybody towards Itself. Commentators have interpreted this significance in a more attractive context. They conclude that Krishna means One who sweeps away the sins in the heart of those who meditate upon Him. Krishna as a deity of the farmyard in the agricultural estates, the Lord ploughs the hard stupidities in us and prepares the heart-field, weeding out all the poisonous growths of sin, and cultivates therein-pure Bliss which is of the nature of Reality. Krishna is the other name of eternity, austerity and completeness and is considered as the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The Shila has a white tilak of Krishna. The worshipper of this Shaligrama will earn a great respect and dignity in the society. He will be successful in all his endeavors by his wit and intelligence. The beholder will earn a great name and fame in his circle and will be loved by all. The worshipper develops an aura which will attract all the persons around him. He becomes charismatic and gets success in all his endeavors. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small medium sized cold to touch, has flawless impressions.