God of Gods 'Mahadev'… Shiva is also known as Mahadev, Bholenath, Shankar, Mahesh, Rudra, Neelkanth. In Tantra practice, he is also known as Bhairava. Are among the major deities of Hinduism. His name is Rudra in the Vedas. It is the conscience of a person's consciousness. His name of Ardhagini (Shakti) is Parvati. His sons are Karthikeya and Ganesh. According to Hindu scripture Puranas, Lord Shiva is the primary cause of all creation. From him, all the creation including Brahma, Vishnu originate.
In most paintings Shiva is seen as a yogi and he is worshiped in both Shivalinga and idol forms. The serpent god is enthroned in Shiva's neck and holds damru and trident in his hands. He lives in Kailash. This is the basis of Shaivism. In this opinion, Shakti is worshiped with Shiva in all forms.
Lord Shiva is called the God of Destruction. Lord Shiva is noted for both a gentle figure and a raunch. Shiva is considered different from other gods. Shiva is the ruler of the origin, condition and destruction of the universe. Lord Shiva is believed to be the god of destruction in the trinity. Shiva is the source of eternal and creation process and this period is the basis of astrology. Though the meaning of Shiva is considered to be welfare, he has always possessed both rhythm and holocaust.
Shiva is surrounded by ghosts and vampires. His form is very different. The body is consumed by dust, the necklace of snakes, the venom in the throat, the Jagat-Tarini holy Ganges in the jata and the burning flame in the forehead. Shiva, who accepts the bull as a vehicle, kills the devotees even if it is an incomplete form. Mahadev is the God of Kaal and Devas