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108 Names of Shiva ((With Sanskrit Names, Transliteration, Meaning of Each Name and Commentary))

108 Names of Shiva ((With Sanskrit Names, Transliteration, Meaning of Each Name and Commentary))
$9.00
Item Code: IDJ295
Author: Vijaya Kumar
Publisher: New Dawn Press
Language: (With Sanskrit Names, Transliteration, Meaning of Each Name and Commentary)
Edition: 2011
ISBN: 8120720253
Pages: 112
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 5.8" X 4.3"
weight of the book: 83 gms

Back of the Book

Call him Anagha (Faultless); Bhudeva (God of Earth); Durjaya (Difficult to be Conquered) or Neelkanth (Blue-Necked). They are all different names of Shiva, the chanting of which evokes in us a religious fervour and helps us focus on the Almighty.

Preface

Lord Shiva is the quintessence of infinite wisdom, the source of sound and the Vedas, the bestower of boons. It is not possible to comprehend his grace through the intellect, but it can be perceived through the heart. He is the Lord of the three worlds.

Following the tradition of celebrating the holy names of God, we have chosen 108 names, signifying the 108 beads in a rosary.

The chanting of God's name evokes in us a religious fervour, and helps us to focus on the Almighty.

 

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