Shivlingam in a Pindi Form made of a single crystal gemstone is a symbol of the Nirguna Brahman. This is more popular for Aaradhna or worship of Lord Shiva. Crystal Shivlinga in a Pindi Form has no color of its own but it takes the color of the substances which comes in the contact of it. It represents the attributeless supreme self or the formless and attributeless Lord Shiva.
The Shivlingam in Pindi Form denotes the primeval energy of the creator. It is believed that at the end of all creation, during the great deluge, all of the different aspects of Gods and Goddesses will find a resting place in the Shivlingam; Lord Brahma will be absorbed into the right, Lord Vishnu to the Left and Goddess Gayatri into the Heart according to Ancient Vedic Texts. The Shivlingam is also a representation of the Infinite cosmic column of fire whose origins Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma were unable to trace.
Worshipping the Shivlingam blesses the family of worshipper with Unity, Harmony, Spiritual Upliftment and Prosperity.