As this blog has grown, I have been getting more and more requests to identify or verify Shaligram stones; to make a determination of their manifestation or their authenticity. This is something I have always been happy to help with. However, the number of requests has grown to such a degree where I have to formalize my policy.
My policy on performing this service is:
- I will identify or verify one or two Shaligrams for free. It takes about 10-15 minutes per shila to make a full evaluation and I am happy to answer questions when I can.
- If you would like me to identify more than two Shaligrams, I ask for $5 (US) per identification to cover time and the textual work involved.(Up to 10 shilas).
- If you would like me to identify more than 10 Shaligrams, we can discuss the amount of time the collection is likely to take and negotiate accordingly.
Sir i have one shaligram.would you please tell me what shaligram and is that. Pls give me your mobile no so that i can send video.
The easiest way to send me Shaligram images or video is via email: prolegomenon(at)gmail.com
Or, my WhatsApp +1-781-330-3121
Dr Walters – if a salagram appears with almost perfect chakra, but they have added some black paint or whatever – which on scraping comes off in powder – showing the grey stone beneath – would that be a fake shaligram?
Dr Walters are shaligrams that are split open to reveal the chakras within, there are numerous ones in the market, are we to count it as one shaligram or two?
This is a matter of pretty serious debate, unfortunately. This is largely because, as I have mentioned before, Shaligrams are not supposed to be broken. And if they are broken, should not be included in home worship. In practice, however, I have seen split Shaligrams kept in home mandirs. In these cases, if the two halves still fit together and are from the same Shaligram, they are counted as one. If they can no longer be placed together or are from two different Shaligrams, they count as two.
Is first week of November a good time to visit Muktinath Temple? I want to take bath in Gandaki River and I want to find Shaligram ji as well.
November is a perfectly fine time to visit Muktinath. Just be prepared for very cold weather! — HW
Sir pleased send me your watsup number to me for sending the saligram silha vedio…..!!!!!
You can send it to WhatsApp +1-781-330-3121.
Sir I have 2 Shaligrams,I am very confused with those,Could you please share your whatsapp number so that I can discuss with you.
Sir I tried to send message in your whatsapp number,but I don’t know why it’s not detecting the number.Can You please send me your email address so that I can send you the photos of my 2 shaligrams.I had an urgent .I have to check it within 16th Mar,2022.Thank you
Sure. You can send the photos to my main email address: prolegomenon(at)gmail.com — HW
I am from india. I was planning to go to Nepal in the last week of August. So, My 11 years daughter want to go to nepal alone to collect sharigram. Can you send me the details. My email id firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there any restrictions on number of shaligram shillas those i can bring with me from nepal??
I have a shaligram would it be possible fir you to help me identify?
Yes, certainly. For a single shila, send photos of it to my gmail account, prolegomenon (at) gmail (dot) com. As high quality images as you can get will make it easier since identifying Shaligrams from photos is always a little tricky. — HW