- Why Ashok Sundari is not Worshipped?
- How did Lord Shiva died?
- Is Kali daughter of Shiva?
- How many wives did Shiva have?
- How did Parvati die?
- What happened to Ashok Sundari?
- How many daughters did Lord Shiva have?
- Who is the mother of Lord Shiva?
- Who is first son of Lord Shiva?
- Who is supreme God?
- Who is mother and father of Lord Shiva?
- Why did Shiva kill Parvati?
- Who killed Lord Shiva?
- Who is father of Shiva?
- Who is the first God?
Why Ashok Sundari is not Worshipped?
If we take the Shiva Purana itself, Goddess Ashoka Sundari isn’t mentioned anywhere.
It mentions only two children of Shiva-Parvati :- Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartikeya.
Actually all the children of Lord Shiva are his energies only.
So maybe Goddess Ashoka Sundari takes different forms or names in different Kalpas..
How did Lord Shiva died?
Lord Shiva didn’t die & will not die. According to Durga Saptashati = Devi bhagavata, in the beginning this earth was drowned inside water. Lord Shiva broke the earth as 7 piece. Water went inside & land appeared.
Is Kali daughter of Shiva?
Kali was manifested from third eye of Durga (parvati form). she was born form devi Durga so she is known as Shiva Daughter.
How many wives did Shiva have?
Let us tell you that there are four wives of Shiva in all. They are the symbols of feminine power, also known as shakti. These are Parvati, Uma, Durga & Kaali.
How did Parvati die?
Parvati, Daughter of the Mountain Shiva was in love with Sati, but when she died, he went into a deep depression and retreated to a cave.
What happened to Ashok Sundari?
Hunda disguised himself as a widow, whose husband was killed by him, and asked Ashokasundari to accompany her to her hermitage. The goddess went with the disguised demon and reached his palace. She came to know of his treachery and cursed him to be killed by Nahusha and escaped to her parents’ abode Mount Kailash.
How many daughters did Lord Shiva have?
Very few people know that Lord Shiva had a total of 9 children. Yes, all of them included a daughter and 8 sons.
Who is the mother of Lord Shiva?
Prakriti or Nature is the mother of Lord Shiva. Sathi is the first wife of Lord Shiva. Parvathi is the second wife of Lord Shiva and she is considered to be the rebirth of Sathi. But in what ways Sathi and Parvathi are considered as Lord Vishnu’s younger sister is unknown.
Who is first son of Lord Shiva?
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Who is supreme God?
According to the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna is termed Svayam Bhagavan. As stated in the Bhagavata MahaPurana, the Supreme God Parabrahman Adi Narayana (Vishnu) appeared before Vasudeva and Devaki in his divine original four armed form before taking birth as Krishna.
Who is mother and father of Lord Shiva?
Actually, Lord Shiva has not any parents! He is called SWAYAMBHU (self-created). Meaning, he is created by his own-self. And not only Shiva but also Brahma & Vishnu are also self-created.
Why did Shiva kill Parvati?
Śhiva Purāṇa. In the Śiva Purāṇa, when Shiva was meditating on Mount Mandara, Parvati was in a playful mood and covered Shiva’s eyes. This caused the whole universe to become covered in darkness. … Brahmā granted Andhaka these wishes, but warned him that he could still be killed by Shiva.
Who killed Lord Shiva?
When the noose touched the linga, Shiva emerged from it in all his wrath and struck Yama with his Trishula and kicked his chest, killing the lord of death. Sages, gods and other beings appeared to praise Shiva, who blessed Markandeya to remain a youth of 16 for seven kalpas (aeons).
Who is father of Shiva?
SwayambhuNo one knows who is God Shiva’s father and mother. Since Shiva is Swayambhu ( He created himself ) and is existing from times immemorial (Aadi, Ananth).
Who is the first God?
Brahma is the first god in the Hindu triumvirate, or trimurti. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world.