Lord Shiva Devotional Video Songs & Music Combine (Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam) that includes well-liked tales of Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma from Hindu mythology, Shivarartri and Shiva Temples (Shivalayas & Shivalaya Ottam).
*Songs & Music included:
Omkaram srushtisaram.. (Damarukam)- 00:00:10
Shiv Shiv Shankar by Shankar Mahadevan & Refrain (Damarukam)- 00:00:42
Shiva Tandava Stotram by Uma Mohan- 00:03:26
Chandrachooda.. (Karmayogi- music solely)- 00:04:35
Thandavam.. (Sankaraabharanam- music solely)- 00:05:17
Vaikkathu vazhunna.. (Ganga theertham- music solely)- 00:05:41
Karpura Gauram Karunavataram.. (Devon Ke Dev Mahadev)- 00:05:59
Hara hara shivane by SP BalaSubrahmanyam- 00:07:37
Lord Shiva in Exile (music)- 00:08:30
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Shiva (also referred to as Mahadeva) is taken into account because the supreme God of Hinduism. He is likely one of the three most influential denominations in up to date Hinduism. Shiva is the destroyer throughout the Trimurti, the Hindu trinity that features Brahma (the creator) and Vishnu (the preserver), thought of because the three pillars of universe. It’s believed that Vishnu created Brahma and Vishnu was born from Shivalinga (which is taken into account as the start and finish of every part). Within the goddess custom of Hinduism, the goddess is described as supreme, but Shiva is revered together with Vishnu and Brahma, the goddess said to be the power and inventive energy (Shakti) of them, and an equal complementary companion of Shiva.
Shiva has many benevolent and fearsome depictions. In benevolent facets, he’s depicted as an omniscient Yogi who lives an ascetic life on Mount Kailash in addition to a householder with spouse Parvati and his two kids, Ganesha and Kartikeya. In his fierce facets, he’s typically depicted slaying demons. Shiva can be considered the patron god of yoga, meditation and humanities.
The primary iconographical attributes of Shiva are the third eye on his brow, the serpent round his neck, the adorning crescent moon, the holy river Ganga flowing from his matted hair, the trishula as his weapon and the damaru. Shiva is normally worshiped within the aniconic type of Lingam. Shiva is usually depicted as an archer destroying the triple fortresses, Tripura of the Asuras therefore he is named Tripuranthaka (ender of Tripura).
‘Maha Shivaratri’ is a Hindu pageant of India celebrated yearly in reverence of the God Shiva. Shivaratri is widely known throughout the night time by retaining a ‘jaagaran’- an evening lengthy vigil as its believed that Lord Shiva saved the universe from darkness and ignorance. At the present time is believed to be the day that Shiva was married to the Goddess Parvati. The Maha Shivaratri (means Nice Night time of Shiva) pageant marks the convergence of Shiva and Shakti, celebrated on the 13th night time / 14th day of lunar month yearly (February / March).
‘Shivalaya Ottam’ [Malayalam: ശിവാലയ ഓട്ടം] (00:07:37) means operating from one Siva temple to a different. On the day of Shivratri, the pilgrims at Kanyakumari district worship at 12 Shiva temples overlaying a distance of 82 km inside 24 hours by foot or automobiles endure ‘vritha’ for every week. The temples lined in a specific sequence ranging from Thirumalai Siva Temple which is close to Marthandam (40 km from Kanyakumari) are: Thirumalai, Thikkurichi, Thripparappu, Thirunanthikkara, Ponmana, Pannippakam, Kalkulm, Thirumelankode, Thiruvidaikode, Thiruvithamkode, Thirupannikode and Thirunattalam.
Lord Shiva appeared as an infinite flame of fireside earlier than Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma, who every thought of himself supreme and stated that the matter may very well be examined if the 2 might seek for Lord Shiva’s head and ft. Lord Vishnu took the type of a boar (Varaha) and delved deep into the earth, Lord Brahma that of a swan (Hansa) and flew in the direction of the skies. Lord Vishnu failed in his search and returned. However Lord Brahma, chancing upon a bit of a Ketaki flower (Thazhampoo), learnt from it that it had been floating down for thirty thousand years from Lord Shiva’s head. He seized upon this and claimed to Lord Shiva that he had seen the opposite’s high. Lord Siva realized the falsehood and pronounced that there would by no means be a temple for Lord Brahma on this world. He additionally interdicted using the flower Ketaki in his worship. At the present time, when Lord Shiva appeared as a flame, is named ‘Thrikarthika’ (Karthikai Maha Deepam / Karthika Vilakku). It’s a pageant of lights celebrated to welcome Goddess Shakti on the total moon day (Pournami) within the month of Karthikai of Tamil calendar (mid November to mid-December) yearly in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Karthikai Deepam is also referred to as the birthday of Lord Karthikeya (Skandha / Subrahmanya), the second son of Shiva and Parvati after Ganesha. In the remainder of India, a associated pageant known as Karthik Purnima is widely known in a distinct date.