Lord Shiva is considered to be one of the most important deities of the Hindu religion. In India most of the ancient temples are dedicated to the lord. Shiva is considered to be born out of nothing and he is known for his compassionate and generous according to the Hindu mythology. He is also regarded as the destroyer or transformer among the holy trinity of the Hindu religion.
It is a popular belief among the Hindus that the Lord grants the fulfillment of wishes of his entire devotee and it is very easy to please him. Lord Shiva is also known as Bhole Nath which means one who is very honest and innocent. So according to Hindu religion only a few vilva leaves and some milk can please the lord who in turn grants all the wishes of his followers.
Live Online Darshan from Shiva Temples :
It was a faith in ancient India that the Lord Shiva is the only god whose boon can give child to childless couples and the Indian history is filled with such stories where great kings have got heir to their throne by praying to Shiva.
Many temples have been erected in respect of the innocent Lord and famous among them are the Somnathtemple in
Gujarat and Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi. To bring the lord a step closer to his devotees both this temple has started live Darshan from Shiva Temples in India. Through live darshan one can get the pleasure of viewing the immortal idol of the divine Lord and bow down to his grandeur.
Shiva is one in whom the whole universe is exits before re-birth, after destruction and during rebirth. He is the ultimate embodiment of beauty and truth and hence he is one of the most important deities of the Hindus. It is said that if the lord is pleased with his devotee he can turn the impossible into possible for them.
Live darshan is a hassle free way of getting the divine darshan of the lord in his most ancient embodiments around different corners of India which will fill ones life with extreme happiness and joyousness. The live darshan also provides the devotee with option of donating online and get the blessings of the Lord.
Shiva is also worshipped in India in the abstract form of the Shiva Lingam which is the symbol of male fertility and according to Hindu faith the ultimate tool of fertility. He is often depicted as immersed in deep meditation or a trance like phase or in the form of Natraj in which he is performing the dance of destruction also known as the Tandava. He is the father of two most important Indian deities i.e. Karthik and Ganesha.
Hence it is very important and ritualistic in the Hindu religion to offer prayers to the Lord. It is said that viewing the different embodiment of Shiva and praying to them grants a person with different kind of whishes. It is not possibly to be Read the full article »