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Tales from Shiva Purana
Tales from Shiva Purana
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Preface

Shiva literally means auspiciousness. He is the destroyer of all evil. Shiva is also regarded as a reproductive power, which restores what has been dissolved. As one who restores, he is represented as the Linga, a symbol of regeneration.

Shiva has 1,008 names, including Mahadeva, Rudra and Neelkantha. Shiva is believed to exist in many forms. His most common feature is dark-skinned yogi with a blue throat, usually seated cross-legged on a tiger skin, performing japa.

This book gives considerable knowledge on Shiva, through small stories. Hope the boo provides maximum interest to the readers.

Back of the Book

Tales from Shiva Purana Shiva literally means auspiciousness. He is the destroyer of all evil. Shiva is also regarded as a reproductive power. Which restores what has been dissolved. As one who restores, he is represented as the Linga, a symbol of regeneration.

Shiva has 1,008 names, including Mahadeva, Rudra and Neelkantha. Shiva is believed to exist in many forms. His most common feature is dark-skinned yogi with a blue throat, usually seated cross-legged on a tiger skin, performing japa. This book gives considerable knowledge on Shiva, through small stories. Hope the book provides maximum interest to the readers.

Brahma The Creator 7
The War 11
How Shiva Meets Parvati 15
Tapasya For Love 22
The Marriage 26
The Destruction Of The Demon Tripura 33
Sita’s Curse 39
Narada’s Curse 44
Ganapati 48
The Contest 53
Nandikeshvara 57
Atrishvara Tritha 61
Shiva Linga At Somnatha 64
The Twelve Jyotir Lingas 67
Godavari 74
Ravana’s Boon 79
Shiva Linga At Nagesha 82
Shiva Linga At Rameshvara 85
Shiva Linga At Ghushnesha 88
Arjuna Gets Pashupata Astra From Shiva 92
Vishnu Gets Sudarshan Chakra 95
Vedanidhi 98
The Story Of Shiva 102
Shiva And Nandi 107
Virabhadra and Daksha 111
Parvati 117
Upamanyu 120
The Destruction Of Ruru 123
The Story of the Alms 127
The Story of the Sun God 137

Tales from Shiva Purana

Item Code:
IHJ008
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2009
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ISBN:
9788171873395
Size:
7.0 inch X 4.8 inch
Pages:
144 (33 B/W Illustrations)
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Weight of the Book: 130 gms
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Preface

Shiva literally means auspiciousness. He is the destroyer of all evil. Shiva is also regarded as a reproductive power, which restores what has been dissolved. As one who restores, he is represented as the Linga, a symbol of regeneration.

Shiva has 1,008 names, including Mahadeva, Rudra and Neelkantha. Shiva is believed to exist in many forms. His most common feature is dark-skinned yogi with a blue throat, usually seated cross-legged on a tiger skin, performing japa.

This book gives considerable knowledge on Shiva, through small stories. Hope the boo provides maximum interest to the readers.

Back of the Book

Tales from Shiva Purana Shiva literally means auspiciousness. He is the destroyer of all evil. Shiva is also regarded as a reproductive power. Which restores what has been dissolved. As one who restores, he is represented as the Linga, a symbol of regeneration.

Shiva has 1,008 names, including Mahadeva, Rudra and Neelkantha. Shiva is believed to exist in many forms. His most common feature is dark-skinned yogi with a blue throat, usually seated cross-legged on a tiger skin, performing japa. This book gives considerable knowledge on Shiva, through small stories. Hope the book provides maximum interest to the readers.

Brahma The Creator 7
The War 11
How Shiva Meets Parvati 15
Tapasya For Love 22
The Marriage 26
The Destruction Of The Demon Tripura 33
Sita’s Curse 39
Narada’s Curse 44
Ganapati 48
The Contest 53
Nandikeshvara 57
Atrishvara Tritha 61
Shiva Linga At Somnatha 64
The Twelve Jyotir Lingas 67
Godavari 74
Ravana’s Boon 79
Shiva Linga At Nagesha 82
Shiva Linga At Rameshvara 85
Shiva Linga At Ghushnesha 88
Arjuna Gets Pashupata Astra From Shiva 92
Vishnu Gets Sudarshan Chakra 95
Vedanidhi 98
The Story Of Shiva 102
Shiva And Nandi 107
Virabhadra and Daksha 111
Parvati 117
Upamanyu 120
The Destruction Of Ruru 123
The Story of the Alms 127
The Story of the Sun God 137
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