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The Horned God in India and Europe
Of all of the Gods that we honor in Paganism today probably the most revered is the Horned God, in the shape and form of Cernunnos. Pick up some modern Pagan literature and chances are he is in there, listen to conversation at a Moot and you will hear him...
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The Shiva Purana – Science Through Stories
Sadhguru explains how the Shiva Purana includes many aspects of fundamental science in its text, as well as a powerful tool to transcend limitations. Sadhguru: This vast emptiness that we refer to as Shiva is a boundless non-entity – eternal and always.
It is written in the Shiva Purana that doing abhisheka of the Lord Shiva Linga with six dravyas such as cow milk, yoghurt, sugar, honey, ghee and Gange water while reading Sri Rudram, Chamakam and Dasa Shanthi pleases more the Lord Shiva. Milk is for ...
Secrets of Beings: The Pillars of Shiva
The pillars (called lingam in Sanskrit) of Lord Shiva -- identified as a supreme god, along with Brahma and Vishnu, constituting the trimurti (trinity of gods) -- are strewn all over the world, including Washington D.C., Luxor, Paris, and Karnataka.
10 Unknown And Unbelievable Facts About Kumbhakarna
According to the Shiva Purana, Kumbhakarna had another son called Bheema who fled to Dakini – on the ranges of the Sahyadri Mountains with his mother Karkati. Bheema took an oath to destroy Lord Vishnu and began a campaign of terror based on a ...
Walking into the Ganga at Kashi
Much of the mythology about the city comes from the Kashi Khanda, a 13th century book of 11,000 verses in praise of Kashi, and part of the massive Skanda Purana, which talks about Kartikeya, the son of Shiva and Parvati, but also describes various ...

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