Sanskrit name Nishkala (निष्कला) derived from word Nishkal (Sanskrit निष्कल) literally means spotless, untainted and without any blemish. It means to be indivisible and not broken into parts.
References of Nishkal (निष्कल) are found in the Mahabharata (महाभारत) and the Upanishads (उपनिषद) where it is used to describe the state of the absolute Brahma as indivisibility. It is also to be found in Shiv Purana (शिव पुराण) and Linga Purana (लिंग पुराण) to refer to Lord Shiva who is regarded to be the pinnacle of purity and is venerated as formless as well as indivisible. In the book Ganesha, it is also used to describe Lord Ganesha as resplendent in golden ornaments, exuding radiance and pure grace.
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