Santan Gopal- He, who is the Protector of the Cow's and played the part of Gopaala in Gokula, is the very controller of the animal instincts and passions in the bosom of man; "One, without whom, no speech can ever emerge out of any throat-He being the very Life in all Creatures" says Kenopanishad, and the Highest Speech is the declaration of Truth in the Vedas. The Lord Himself is the very Theme and the Author of the Vedas. This great Self is Mahavishnu. Santan Gopal is that form of Lord Krishna when Krishna was extremely small and was growing in the womb of His mother Devaki. The Shila has a basic shape of a little infant inside the womb of the mother. The shila having marking of Hayagriva on center of shila. The Santan Gopal Shila blesses the devotee with the virtuous children. The devotee remains attached to the Lord and do philanthropic and austerity through out his life. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.