In this category all the shaligrams pertains to Lord Krishna. This is most worshipped shila in temples. This includes, Damodar, Shri Gopal, Govindam, Keshava, Radha Krishna and Santan Gopal etc.Damodar:
The students can gain immensely by worship of this Shila as it tremendously increases the memory retention power and concentration. The worshipper’s desires are fulfilled and besides getting worldly comforts he helps the society to improve by carrying austerities and philanthropic activities. The worshipper always remains attached to his near and dear ones. A son becomes very obedient if this Shila is kept in the house and children progress in their lives by following the right track. It helps in removing bad habits of entire family and the worshipper transforms into a spiritual being. He achieves success much more easily and gives the devotee a responsibility to look after the other family members with great care and to their utmost satisfaction. Shri Gopal:
This is a very auspicious Shaligram and is very readily available. It is a round shaped Shila without any other marking on it. The worshipper of this Shila improves his wisdom and decision making capabilities. It is very good for the students as it increases the concentration and retention capabilities of the brain. The Shila should be round and at least two in number on the Altar. This Shila is very commonly available but if worshipped can give miraculous result in research and development, inventions and discoveries. Govindam:
This is a very auspicious Shaligram and is readily available. It is a round shaped Shila with a small round white marking on it. The worshipper of this Shila gets immense wisdom, good virtues, courage and success in all his endeavors. The worshipper is able to take very good decisions in business and family life and can bring immense peace and prosperity in his life. The worshipper can improve tremendously the relationship with in the family members and unite them. Santana Gopal:
Santana Gopal is that form of Lord Krishna when Krishna was extremely small and was growing in the womb of his mother Devaki. The Shila has a basic shape of a little infant inside the womb of the mother. The shila may also have a marking of Hayagriva at the center. The Santana Gopal Shaligram blesses the devotee with virtuous children. The devotee remains attached to the Lord and does philanthropic activities and observes austerity throughout his life. Radha Krishna:
Radha Krishna is a sign of ultimate love, respect and affection. Worshipping this Shila brings immense harmony, good luck, peace, prosperity and tranquility in the lives of the devotees. It also helps in getting right eternal partner who further moulds the life to take the devotee into total devotion and doing work for promoting 'Vaishnava' religion. This Shaligrama brings immense improvement in decision making ability of the devotees. He develops great intuition, wisdom and does philanthropic works and austerities for the upliftment of the society. By worshipping this Shaligram the devotees attain 'Moksha' or ‘salvation’. Keshava:
Keshava as described by Lord Krishna means "One who has long hair". This Shila may also be ‘Shankha’ shaped which grants worldly comforts to the devotee. The Keshava Shaligram bestows the devotee with immense wisdom and charisma. He radiates light and energy and everyone in the society is bound to be benefitted by the worshipper.