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Be sure to check out the public domain books page for more puranas, epics and other interesting books to download. More Free StuffShiva Ultimate Outlaw is in the words of yogi and mystic Sadhguru, and gives us a dynamic and unique look at the many aspects of Lord Shiva, that are not found elsewhere. Download Ebook. The Lord Shiva app is a one stop guide to Lord Shiva. Get chants, stories, temples, wallpapers and more. Download Android App. The Puranas. The Shiv Puran is the purana dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the most important divinities in the Hindu way of life. Several editions of the Shiv Puran are available in the public domain in the PDF format for download in English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Telugu and Kannada. Keep reading for an explanation of the role the Puranas play, and a brief history of the Puranas. A Purana is a particular aspect of Hindu scriptural literature, which covers several topics such as history political and otherwise philosophy, sociological aspects and several other subjects. Essentially, it can be seen as a great bank of knowledge about esoteric subjects, as well as a historical document with several distortions sometimes of Indias past. The Puranas are of two kinds the Mahapuranas and the Upapuranas. Each class consists of eighteen puranas, bringing the total number of puranas to thirty six. The Mahapuranas or Great Puranas are the more important ones, while the Upapuranas or sub puranas are the minor ones are often neglected in study. The Shiv Puran. The Shiv Puran of course praises the glory and greatness of Shiva, describes the ritual and philosophical principles of Shiva worship, embodies descriptions, sermons and dissertations on the greatness of his divinity, recounts his emblems, attributes, exploits and incarnations, narrates legends and dwells upon the merit of installing and consecrating the linga. The Shiv Puran as we have it today is said to be only a fragment of what originally existed. This is a common theme in all Indian mythology, an alludes to the impossibility of encompassing knowledge of all creation within a book, or any number of books for that matter. The Shiv Puran is today a matter of interest for many physicist philosophers, since many of the stories bear an uncanny resemblance to the descriptions given by modern cosmology regarding the creation and birth of the universe. Fritjof Capra for instance, narrates in his book The Tao of Physics, how similar in structure the statue of Nataraja Shiva as the Lord of Dance is to the traces left behind by subatomic particles in a Bubble Chamber. Several stories in the purana deal with how Shiva creates the universe. In one such for example, it is said that there is one Shiva and Parvati pair looking after one universe, and there are many such pairs in creation. This is quite similar to the many worlds hypothesis being put forward by some quantum physicists today. The text of the Shiv Puran as it exists today is arranged into seven Samhitas Vidyavara, Rudra, Satarudra, Kotirudra, Uma, Kailasa and Vayaviya. The Rudrasamhhita itself is divided into five sections Creation, the story of Sati, the story of Parvati, the birth and adventures of Kumara and Shivas battles. The Vayaviya has two parts, the Purvabhaga and Uttarabhaga. It is called Vayaviya, because although it is Suta who narrates it in the Naimisha forest, it was originally narrated by Vayu. As per Vayaviya, the original Shiv Puran had twelve Samhitas as against the current seven. The five additional ones were Vainayaka, Matr, Rudraikadasa, Sahasrakoti and Dharma. All twelve Samhitas together comprised one hundred thousand Slokas. The five Samhias have been dropped however over the course of time and the Shiva Purana we have with us today consists of twenty four thousand slokas, said to have been abridged by Sage Vyasa. Most Puranic scholars agree upon the authenticity of the seventeen Mahapuranas other than the Shiv Puran. Generally the eighteenth is listed as the Shiva Purana, though a few list the Vayu Purana in its place. JL Shastri conjectures the following We know that Sivapurana is divided into seven Samhitas, one of which is the Vayaviya. We have the testimony of Sivapurana itself that the original Sivapurana consisting of one hundred thousand slokas was abridged into twentyfour thousand slokas. On the strength of this evidence it cannot be unreasonable to suppose that there was a proto Sivapurana and a proto Vayaviya. It is not unlikely that there was a close affinity between the extant Vayupurana and the proto Vayaviya or that the extant Vayupurana is a recension of the proto Vayaviya and thus a part of Sivapurana itself. Solution lies in assuming identicality of the two on the basis of this suggestion, not in accepting the one and rejecting the other. Mantra to marry Bride or Groom of your choice Star Sai. Sairam friends,Swayamvara Parvathi stotram can be recited to be blessed with a peaceful married life and also to marry bride or groom of your choice. I had to write few experiences before the mantra especially since I want people to live strong internally and believe that Goddess only will do good to us. This mantra also a blessing for husband and wife to live in harmony. I had to think over a lot before deciding to posting this Sacred Mantra in Praise of Goddess Parvathi who did tapas to marry her beloved Lord Shiva. Right from 2. I used to get mails from Sai devotees asking me to show a way to marry the one they love. In countries like India, Marriages happens through the choice of parents and we think thats the norm and accept it. If we look into the past, even thousands of years back, the Kings gave rights to his daughter to choose to marry the one she loves through Swayamvara. Most of the marriages doesnt happen especially because of Caste and family status issues and sometimes due to misunderstanding between the couples themselves. I have seen so many people having pride of the caste they are born and consider everyone else lower than them. Easy Create Card Serial Number. You can take caste into account but beyond that is ones devotion, purity of mind, honesty and good nature as a whole. To tell you the truth, I get irritated these days when anyone writes me asking if theres a mantra to marry the one I love. I try not to reply especially since I dont like to create expectations in anyones mind. Relationships are like two wooden logs floating in a river and remains together. A wooden log is near another wooden log for few days and when the water flows more forcefully, it moves away. Similarly, we must be able to live strong when someone dear to us breaks away from us. In 2. 00. 7, I created A relationship blessing site for Sai devotees Star. Sai. net. In 2. 00. I made another simple site Marriage. Pooja. comand in 2. Sai inspired me to make Saibaba. Matrimony. com And I have been guiding youngsters for several years through my articles and only handful of them actually made use of what I try to do. My advice always has been this. When you are going through pain in relationship, hold on to it, worship, pray and do pooja to be blessed with a peaceful life you desire. But it must not hurt you when your desire is not fulfilled. The moment you realized its giving you unbearable pain, Be detached, come out of the past and be devoted to God. May be God has a better plans for you. Few girls have clearly understood my guidance, they were able to come out of past and now are happily married. I cant be doing counseling to everyone and I am also not the right person to guide when I myself dont know whats going to happen in my life. All I do is to inspire people to take the path of devotion. Swayamvara Parvathi stotram. Swayamvara Parvathi stotram is a very beautiful Stotra followed by Swayamvara Parvathi mantra. The translation is done by one of my very kind elderly friend P. R. Ramachander. I am posting this Swayamvara Parvathi Mantra courtesy of Ramachanderji for the welfare of everyone. It is believed that Reciting this mantra every morning will surely bless us with peaceful married life and also bless us with happiness. Note Sanskrit is a beautiful sacred language and hence when you listen or sing a mantra in Sanskrit it looks very beautiful. When its translated, you might wonder if this is what written in holy mantra It is. This mantra portrays the love Goddess Parvathi has on Lord Shiva. Only if you have patience to read it, you will feel how blissful it is. I also want people to recite this Mantra only if they are ready to accept what ever happens in life and live strong. Dont say you chanted this mantra and desires were not fulfilled. My personal experience is, When I recited this mantra, I felt very divine and blissful and I know Ma Parvathi cares for me. She will surely do whats good for me. Swayamvara Parvathi stotramPrayer to Parvathi seeking to marry the husband of her choiceBy. Sage Durwasa. Translated by. P. R. RamachanderGoddess Parvathi, the daughter of Himalayas did thapas addressed to Lord Shiva so that she can marry him. This great prayer is addressed to her. The first letter of the first 4. Swayamavara free choice of ones consort Manthra given at the end of this prayer. Regular reading of the prayer followed by meditation on the Swayamvara Manthra is supposed to help one to marry the bridegroom that they are looking for. Om Bandhooka varnaam arunam sugathram,Shambhum samudhisya sanairupetam,Ambhoja mrudhweem abhilasha dathreem,Sambhavaye nirjjara dharu kalpam. We salute you Mother Parvathi,Who is red like the flower of Bandhooka tree,Who is having a healthy body,Who does penance directed to please Shiva,Who is as soft as the lotus flower,Who fulfills all desires,And who is like the wish giving tree. Hreem mandharani charanagra gathi prapathe,Shwamanju samkwanitha kankana kinkineeni,Kamam kumari, thava thani shive, smarami,Kshemangarani jana kalaya khelanaani. The anklets making the sound Hreem while you walk,And your bangles which make the sound Kilu kila,And the childhood plays you engaged yourself ,In your palace situated in the mountains,Bless us with good life and fulfill our desires. Yogena balya vayaso lalitham purasthaath,Drageva kanda vilasath kankormi koughaam,Aakamra nagdha rasanam bhavatheem nireekshe,Sri kanda bhamini, kadha prapadeena venim. Oh Goddess who is the darling Of Lord Shiva. Who became Lalitha by your penance while you were a lass,Whose neck shines with various garlands that you wear,And whose waist is decorated by the belt made of gold ,We salute you by falling at your feet, with our head touching them. Giryalpa mugdha vishadham nava youvanam sree,Dhuryam vilasamaya makshnee krusam vilaghne,Paryuchyitham kucha bhare jaghane ganam yath,Paryuthsako asmi sathatham janani praseedha. Please bless us, who always worship you, Oh Goddess. Who has eyes of new youth, which is like the white snow on the mountain,Who has a very thin, almost invisible middle,Who has a very big and firm breasts,And who has a very heavy buttocks. Nirdhootha kundala mudanchitha gharma lesam,Vithrastha kesamabhitha schala deekshanantham,Nirdhwani kankana mudhagra kuchandha mandhar,Badhnami Thatha gruha kandhuka khelanam they. We consecrate in our mind that form of yours,When you play ball in your fathers house,With constantly moving ear drops,With face coated with tinge of sweat,With your hair getting loose and waving here and there,With your glances shifting with the ball,With loud laughter, with sound of your bangles,And with your very tall moving breasts. Yogeswaram prachura bhakthi gireeesa maraa. Dhekantha vaethinamupethya thapascharantham,Aakamkshaya pari charishnumanakulaam thwam,Ye kechidheeswari bhajanthi tha yeva dhanya. For fulfillment of our desires, we worship you Goddess,Who went to Lord Shiva with extreme devotion,Who did solitary penance and meditation,With anxiety and did service to him with a pleasant mien. Giryathmaje, madana daha mahavamana,Paryakula purahare hrudhayam nidhaya,Karyasthapo vidhadhi kusalaani bhoobruth,Paryaya peena kucha kumbha vishumbhadangi. Our salutations to you Oh pretty daughter of the mountain,Who felt insulted and sorrowful, when Lord Shiva,Made in to ashes The god of love by his third eye,And started a horrific penance with Shiva in her heart.