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Lord Shiva is one of the main deities of Hinduism. He is known as the third person in the Hindu trinity, the other two members being Lord Brahma-the creator and Lord Vishnu protector. Shiva is the destructive form of Almighty. As the cycle of destruction and recreation is always in a circle, Trimurti is the primary responsibility of the life cycle. His symbol of Lingam or the phallus represents this reproductive power.
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Significance of Shiva Photo Frames
Shiva is devoted to sitting meditating. sitting on a Tiger’s skin at Himalaya’s in the environment of blue sky. Mahadev is also represented in the form mark with the ash of burial ground, having a snake on the neck, Ganga (water) coming out of his tangled hairs, three eyes, blue neck, Thrishul, on one hand, Damaru on his other hand. All these representations have a big spiritual meaning and tell us about Shiva’s truth of success. On Shivarathri festival Lord Shiva receives special puja. The devotees are in fast, the fast does not indicate not eating on that day, but its deeper meaning signifies fasting of all bad things in life seeing no evil, speaking no evil. Fasting also indicates controlling the negative thoughts in the mind.
Lord Shiva Photo Frames
Buy Lord Shiva Family photo frames, we have more collections in online at Puja N Pujari. All the hindu god frames are made with fiber, glass, wood, single and double gold plated frames. Purchase and keep it in your homes, workplaces, and puja rooms will get more peace and happiness. Small, medium, large size frames also available at the lowest price. He represents death and dissolution. Lord Shiva is also known as Mahadev, Bholenath, Shankar, Trinethrudu, or the god of all gods. “Om Namah Shivaya” is the most popular mantra and dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Lord Shiva PujaShivarathri Festival
People often fast on the day and night of the Shivarathri festival and sing hymns and praises in the name of Lord Shiva. Shiva temples across India are decorated with lights and colorful decorations and people can be seen offering night long prayers to Shiva lingam on this day as they are believed to be Lord Shiva's favorite. People who fast on this day and night and offers prayers to Lord Shiva brings good luck into their life.Karthika Masam (Month)
Karthika Masam is starting just after Diwali Amavasya where both Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu worshiped and prayed. Karthika Masam is the best-loved month to Lord Shiva compared to all other months.
Importance Of Karthika Masam
- Lord Vishnu went to sleep on Ashadha Shudha Ekadasi and wakes up on Karthika
- Shudha Ekadasi.
- Lord Shiva killed Tripurasuras on Karthika Pournami and protected the world.
- In this month Ganga enters into all rivers, ponds, and wells and makes them as pious as Ganga.
- Waking up early in Brahma Muhurtham.
- Taking a bath in ponds or rivers remembering Ganga.
- Shiva puja.
- Lighting Karthika Deepam on sunset.
- Understanding Karthika Puranam.
Questions & Answers
1. Why is Shiva worshiped in the form of Linga?
The Linga symbol is an attempt to give form to the formless, referred to as a supreme being in the Hindu religion. When a Lingam is installed on a Yoni, it represents the union of Shiva and Shakti. The beginning of creation.
2.Which flower is not used for Shiva puja.
Champaka, also known as the Golden Champa or yellow champak is not used in the worshiping of Lord Shiva.
3. How can I please Lord Shiva for a job?
If one worship Lord Shiva on Monday then many dreams can fulfill. Get three special measures of Shiva puja with a mantra, it will not only bring good fortune but one can also get desired life partner and employment.
4. How many times do you chant Shiva mantra?
The mantra “Om Namah Shivaya” should be chanted six lakh times for Purascharana. It can be done over days, months, and years or in a single day that is very auspicious. Purana recommends a devotee of Lord Shiva to chant Om Namah Shivaya every day 1008 times.
5. How do you worship Lord Shiva on Maha Shivarathri?
On Maha Shivarathri, pious Hindus fast from food and drink for the whole day and night, a ritual that is believed to give great merit to the worshiper. In night times devotees worship the lord by dropping water with Belva leaves onto the Shiva Linga.
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