Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Lord Shiva causes of cause

Lord Shiva causes of cause

According to Shiva Hinduism scriptures, Lord Shiva is the primary cause of all creation.  From him, all the creation including Brahma, Vishnu originate.

 In a summary , the story goes like this: After the Holocaust, at the beginning of creation, a lotus appeared from the navel of Lord Narayana and Brahma appeared from that lotus.  Brahma ji came down with the help of Kamalanal to find out his reason.  There he saw Sheshasayee Lord Narayana absorbed in Yognidra.  He woke up Lord Narayan and asked- 'Who are you?'  Narayan said that I am Purushottam, the origin and lore of the people.  Brahma said- 'But I am the creator of the world.'  On the saying of Brahmaji, Lord Vishnu made him see the entire universe prevailing in his body.  On this, Brahma Ji said- 'It means that I am both you and the best of this world.'
 Lord Vishnu said- 'Brahmaji!  You are confused.  You are not seeing God Ishaan, the supreme reason for everyone.  Try to see them with your yogic(divine) vision.  Lord Sadashiva will be visible to you for all of us.  When Brahma ji looked at it with a yogic vision, he was shown a statue of the supremely brilliant Nilavarna(blue colour) wearing a trident.  He asked Narayan- 'Who are these?  Narayan said that this is God Mahadev.  After producing all these, they take care of everyone and in the end they all get absorbed in them.  They have no beginning or end.  These are prevalent in the whole world.  Thus, by the grace of Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma saw Sadashiva.

The family of Lord Shiva is very large.  The eleventh Rudranias, sixty four yoginis and Bhairava etc. are his companions and companions.
 Vijaya etc. are famous among the companions of Mata Parvati.
 In the Ganapati-family he has two wife named Siddhi, Budhi, and sons are Kshem and Laabh.  Their vehicle is a mouse.
 Lord Karthikeya's wife is Devasena and Vahan Mayur.
 Bhagwati Parvati's vehicle is lion and Lord Shiva himself mounts on Dharmavatar Nandi.
 Although Lord Shiva is prevalent everywhere, Kashi and Kailas - these two are said to be their main places of residence.

 Lord Shiva is not only a worshiper of the Gods, but he also gave Atul Aishwarya to many Asuras - Andhak, Dundubhi, Mahish, Tripura, Ravana, Nivat-Kavach etc.

 Kuber etc. Lokpal got the ownership of Yakshas by his grace.  Seeing all the gods and sages sadly, they drank the poison of Kalkut.  With this, they were called Neelkanth.  Thus the glory and name of Lord Shiva are eternal.

 Uma-Maheshwar, Ardhanarishwar, Pashupati, Kritivasa, Dakshinamurthy and Yogishwar are very famous in their many forms.

 According to the Mahabharata, Adiparva, Draupadi, the daughter of Drupada, the Panchal king, was a sage girl in her former birth.  She had done penance to Lord Shiva with the desire of getting a better husband.  Shankar was pleased and wished to give him the bride.  She told Shankar five times that she wanted an all-encompassing husband.  Shankarji said that in the next life she would have five Bharatvanshi husbands, as she repeated the desire to have a husband five times. [1]
 Ishaan, Tattpurush, Vamdev, Aghor and Adyojat of Lord Shiva are five unique idols and Shiva, Bhava, Rudra, Ugra, Bhima, Pashupati, Ishaan and Mahadev - these Ashtamurtis are famous.
 Somnath, Mallikarjuna, Mahakaleshwar, Omkareshwar, Kedareshwar, Bhimshankar, Vishveshwar, Trimbak, Vaidyanath, Nagesh, Rameshwar and Ghushmeshwar - these are the famous twelve Jyotirlingas.

 In the mantra-worship of Lord Shiva, the Panchakshara Namah: Shivaay and Mahamrityunjaya are particularly famous.

 Apart from this, the worship of Lord Shiva also has special significance.
 Shiva is one of the main deities of Hinduism.  His name is Rudra in the Vedas.  It is the antidote of a person's consciousness.  His ardhangini (Shakti) is named Parvati and his sons Skanda and Ganesh.

Shiva is considered as a yogi and is worshiped as a linga.
 Lord Shiva is known for being both gentle and rude.
 The origin, condition and destruction of the world are the rulers.
Lord Shiva is considered the god of destruction in the trinity.  The meaning of Shiva is considered to be welfare, but he has equal authority over both rhythm and holocaust.
 Aarti of Shiva is worshiped in devout worship.
 Among the other devotees of Shiva were the Triharini and Shiv Ji loved the Triharini more than his sons.

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