Shiva Puran (English Rendering)

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Author: Dr. V.V.B. Rama Rao
Pages: 240
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Other Details 8.6 Inch X 5.6 Inch
Weight 270 gm
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Back of the Book

Of the eighteen Mahapuranas, the base of Hindu thought and living, Shiva Purana is believed to be the fountainhead of Shiva Siddhanth, the Shaivite Faith, given by the grace of Parama Shiva Himself.

Given first to Brahma, Naradamuni got it from his father and in his turn conveyed it, in a condensed form, to Sanat Kumara.

A devout study and contemplation on this would give enlightenment by dispelling all darkness and promote well-being.

About the Author

Dr V.V.B. Rama Rao worked for nearly four decades in the renowned Maharajah’s College, Vizianagaram (Andhra Pradesh).

Now a retired E.L.T. professional, he has more than twenty-five books and hundreds of articles and stories to his credit. He writes both in English and Telugu. He is published on the web too. He is a novelist, short-story writer, biographer and critic.

Dr Rao’s publications in the field of spirituality are the Joy of the Di vine, a summary of discourses on Saundaryalahari and Sundara Kalpa Vriksha and D urgasaptashati in English.

He published Lalleshwari vaakkulu in Telugu.

  Five-lettered Hymn to Shiva (Shiva Panchakshari Stotram) 1
  Fruit of the Hymn (Phalashruti) 2
  Soota Discourses on Shiva Puran 3
  The Greatness of Shiva Puran 3
  The Tale of Devaraja 6
  Chenchula’s Story 7
  Chenchula redeeming her Husband 8
  Shri Vidyeshwara Samhita 10
  Rudra Samhita 38
  Shata Rudra Samhita 109
  The Kotirudra Samhita 138
  Umanaama Samhita 168
  Kailash Samhita 208
  Vaayaveeya Samhita 215
  Aaratee Shiva Jee Kee 229
  Rudhraashatak 230
  Shiva Panchaakshar Strotram 232
  Shree Lingaashtakam 233
  Dyadash Jyotirlinga Shloka 235
  Chant ‘Om Namah Shivaaya’ 108 times 236
  Glossary 237


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