Madhusudanah One who destroyed the great demon Madhu. The story of Vishnu destroying these two demons, Madhu and Kaitabha, is a story of secret suggestions in Mahabharata. Madhu also means in Veda (Madhu=honey) as the fruits of actions (Karma-phala). Actions leave impressions and these sensuous Vaasanaas are destroyed by meditations on the Reality and so the Supreme gathers to Itself the name Madhusoodanah: "the Destroyer of Vaasanaas." Madhusudan Shila is extremely protective in nature and no occult or black magic works in His presence. The Shila has beautiful impressions of Lord Vishnu the base of the Shila and the body of the Shila looks like an Asthra weapon. This Shila bestows the devotee with utmost divinity, prime tolerance, perseverance and charisma. The Madhsuudan Shila also increases the good Karmas and if worshipped with devotion a worshipper can attain Moksha. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.