One who dwells in the womb (garbha) of the world (Hiranya). The Upanishad declares: All these are in-dwelt by the Lord. The Golden Universe is an idiom in Sanskrit where gold means objects of fulfilment and joy. One who dwells in them all is Hiranyagarbhah. The term can also mean as He who, having become first the Creator, has come to he considered as the womb of all objects. Hiranyagarbhah is the term used in the Vedanta for the "creator". He is the expression of the creative urge of the lord Narayana. "The Golden-egg" means here that from which all the objective world had emerged out, indicating the creator." The term thereby suggests that the entire creative power of the creator is but the expression of the Self, Narayana. The Hiranyagarbha Shaligram Shila is considered very powerful Shila and is related to the creator of this Universe. The worshipper is blessed with the cosmic energies which change the life of the devotee as per his wishes. The devotee is linked to the super consciousness of the transcendental. The worshipper remains detached yet enjoys the materialistic world. The Shila is extremely smooth, perfectly shaped, lustrous, small sized, cold to touch, has flawless impressions.