Hrisheekesah In the Puranic literature the meaning of the term is close-cropped or One who has coiled up his locks of hair (Hrissheeka+Eesa). The Aatman, the self as consciousness is the one who gives light to all sense organs and, therefore, it is the lord of all sense organs. This lord is Vishnu. This way interpreted, commentators point out that the term Hrisheekesah means He who has Him self becomes the Sun and the Moon. In His manifestation as the Sun and the Moon, the Lord Himself whips the world to wakeful activities and sends the world to sleep and rest. Hrishikesha Chandrama Shaligrama is very powerful Shaligrama as it controls the temper of an individual.The Chandra Shila helps the Hrishikesha worshipper to remove obstacles on his way. Chandra Shila also denotes itself of beauty and it has beautiful markings of Hrishikesha in the horizontal direction. The men and the women who are looking for their prospective bride grooms can immensely be benefited by the worship of the Chandra Shilas. It increases the capacity to derive pleasures and take the life to tranquility. The worshipper attains moksha who does regular puja with devotion. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.