Krishna is the eighth avatar of Vishnu that appear in Dwapar Yuga. He is the big-endianness of all avatars. There are many interesting stories appear across a broad spectrum associated with him in Hindu philosophical and theological traditions Lord Krishna have many roll starting from childhood and youth. He is usually depicted as a young cowherd
boy playing a flute or a youthful prince giving philosophical direction. He was the charioteer of Arjuna in the battle of Kurukshetra in Mahabharata.
In Sanskrit the meaning of the word Krishna is 'the dark'. Also Krishna means one who sweeps away the sins in the heart of those who meditate upon Him. Krishna as a deity of the farmyard in the agricultural estates, the Lord ploughs the hard stupidities in us and prepares the heart-field, weeding out all the poisonous growths of sin, and cultivates therein-pure bliss which is of the nature of reality.
The worshiper of this Shaligrama will earn a great respect and dignity in the society. He will be successful in all his endeavors by his wit and intelligence. The beholder will earn a great name and fame in his circle and will be loved by all. The worshiper develops an aura which will attract all the persons around him.