The Goddess and her God, together, represent the cosmic female and male whose eternal embrace procreates the universe and its creatures, keeping the life-processes of the world in operation. The most archaic representations of their union are not in the human form of male and female divinities, but in the symbol represented here: a conical shaped stone (male) emerging from an ovoid base representing the female. Such primordial emblems are still the most common objects of worship of the Hindu religion, where the Linga is worshipped to obtain a husband like Lord Shiva
The ritual of worshipping this composite symbol consists of pouring over it a liquid (water or milk). The channel formed round the base of the Linga serves as a drain and carries away the excess fluid, which can be then accepted as Prasadam.
Serpents, emblems of fecundity and fertility, can be seen on the sculpture.
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