Shiv puran

Uncover the ancient wisdom and divine stories of Shiv Puran. Dive into the mythology of Lord Shiva and explore the spiritual teachings that can transform your life.
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Read "Shiv Puran શિવ પુરાણ" by Dr. Vinay available from Rakuten Kobo. ભારતીય જીવન-ધારામાં જે ગ્રંથોનું મહત્ત્વપૂર્ણ સ્થાન છે એમાં પુરાણ ભક્તિ ગ્રંથોના રૃપમાં ખૂબ જ મહત્ત્વપૂર્ણ માનવામાં આવે ...

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Mohit
In the art, metaphorically shiv experiences the light of compassion around Shakti and feels the rigidness of the reality boiling away around him. 

The eternal love story. Where even time or even mortal lifetimes of Shakti could not keep time apart. Feelings, Art, Shiv Shakti, Shiv Puran, Shiva, Har Mahadev, Eternal Love, She Is Fierce, Love Art

The eternal love story .....Of Shiv and Shakti.. Shiv is the tapasvi an ascetic who knows it all but still there existed the need of Shakti to complete him. To make him feel the compassion and love for the world. Purush and Prakriti as explained in Shiv Puran are complementing each other, as with Prakarti who herself is fierce sometimes is needed to add the element of compassion and love in Purush. Prakarti made him complete, made him a husband and a father.

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Aak Flower Offering To Lord Shiva In Hindu Religion  As per Shiva Purana, offering Aak or Madar flowers to Shiva is considered highly meritorious. It is mentioned in the Shiv Puran that Shiva is pleased immediately and grants boons on offering flowers and leaves of Aak. Therefore it is an important offering to Lord Shiva in Hindu religion.  Aak is described as the manpasand or the favorite flower of Shiva.  Aak is known as Erukku in Malayalam and Tamil, yakka in Kannada, jilledu in Telugu, Akan India, Shiva Purana, Shiva Shakti, Hindu Mantras, Hindu Dharma, Lord Shiva, Hindu Vedas, Shiv Puran, Hindu Rituals

Aak Flower Offering To Lord Shiva In Hindu Religion As per Shiva Purana, offering Aak or Madar flowers to Shiva is considered highly meritorious. It is mentioned in the Shiv Puran that Shiva is pleased immediately and grants boons on offering flowers and leaves of Aak. Therefore it is an important offering to Lord Shiva in Hindu religion. Aak is described as the manpasand or the favorite flower of Shiva. Aak is known as Erukku in Malayalam and Tamil, yakka in Kannada, jilledu in Telugu…

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Sri.Eswaran