The word linga refers to the male aspect of the male/female (yoni) sculptures that were primary features of Hindu temples. Ekamungalinga refers to the addition of a face, or mask-like face, to the phallic sculpture. This Ekamungalina would have been attached to a square-shaped basin (yoni) over which offerings were poured in veneration of Hindu deities. The whitish patterns are lichen.

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