Panchamukha Shivalingas – Blessed

The Panchamukha shivalinga also rendered as Panchamukhi Shivalinga, or the linga with five faces, holds great significance in Hinduism. Each face represents a different aspect of Shiva's energy​. 

1. Sadyojata (Represents creation)​ – The northern face, called sadyojātam, represents the mind and the substance called soma, usually depicted in a white hue
2. Tatpurusha (Represents preservation) –​ The eastern face, called tatpuruṣam, represents the organs of touch and action, usually depicted in a yellow hue.
3. Aghora (Represents destruction) ​– The southern face, known as aghoram, symbolizes intellect and righteousness, typically depicted in a blue hue.
4. Vamadeva (Represents concealing grace) –​ The western face, named vāmadevam, represents the ego and fire, typically depicted in a red hue. 
5. Ishana (Represents revealing grace) –​  The upward face, known as īśānam, represents knowledge and nature, typically depicted in a copper hue.

Together, they symbolize the five essential elements of life and the universe. Worshipping the Panchamukhi Shivalinga is believed to bring balance, harmony, and spiritual growth to devotees.