Introduction and jyotirling of Lord Shiv : Shiv
- Lord Shiva, also known as Dev Adi Dev Mahadev, is one of the main deities of Hindus.
- Shiva himself is an Adi Shakti.
- Lord Shiva’s Ardhangini is named “Parvati” and his sons are named Karthikeya and Ganesh.
- The family of Lord Shiva is inhabited by snakes, ghosts, peacocks, mice, lions and Nandi.
- Shiva is eternal, Lord Shiva has no end, no beginning.
- When there was nothing, there was Shiva and when there was none, there would be Shiva.
- The entire universe is contained within Lord Shiva, hence he is also called Mahakal.
- In this form, they nurture the entire creation.
- The basis of the entire creation is dependent on this form of Lord Shiva, hence this form is considered to be the most welfare.
- The moon sits on his head.
- Lord Shiva holds trident and damru in his hands.
- His neck has a poisonous snake as its necklace.
- Lord Shiva resides with his half-born mother Parvati on Mount Kailash with such wonderful images.
- They can never see their devotees sad.
- Lord Shiva is Parabrahma himself.
- He loves every one of his devotees like his sons “Shri Ganesh and Karthikeya”.
- Lord Shiva have both the benign form and the rudra form.
- We can do worship of Lord Shiva in both idol and Shivalinga. Lord Shiva is about to defeat suffering.
- Lord Shiva is also known by the names Shankar, Adidev, Trivank, Mahesh, Mahakal, Bholenath, Vishadhar, Mrityunjay, Neelkanth etc.
- The festival of Mahashivaratri is the most sacred festival to worship Lord Shiva.
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