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  1. Symbolism of Karthikeya- The Guru Principle

    Symbolism of the Guru Principle When the five elements governed by Lord Shiva (Panch Mahabhoota- Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether) united with Shakti (Pure Consciousness), Lord Kartikeya was born. Shiva is called Panchaanana – Lord with five heads. These ...
  2. Rudrabhishekam- The Ancient Sounds

    ^EEE9097947017F4B47D1C20ED8CC507D143532132DDC63765F^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr.jpg Rudrabhishek is an ancient chanting which was downloaded from the Akasha (space). When the ancient sages sat in meditation, they heard these sounds (of the mantras), and they s ...
  3. Significance Of Mahashivratri

    ^BFA07FC122E714E0DF8DF7F3BAF39EE56CB434AA818E862740^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr.jpg Celebrating the Peace Within is Shivaratri Mahashivaratri is the day when the Shiva Tattva touches the earth. The consciousness, the aura or the ethereal world which is always ...
  4. Symbolism Behind The Form Of Shiva

    infographics1.png Significance of Crescent Moon on Lord Shiva’s Head Shiva Tattva is where there is no mind and the moon signifies the mind. When there is no mind then how can this ‘no mindedness’ be expressed and how can anybody understand it? You need a ...
  5. What Is Shiva?

    shiva1.jpg Shiva- The Cause Of All Causes Shiva can be split as Sha + ee + va where • Sha stands for shareeram or body •  Ee stands for eeshwara or life giving energy •  Va stands for vayu or motion Thus Shiva represents the body with life and motion. If ...
  6. Who is Padmanabha

    Different organs of our body are governed by different devas. The solar plexus is connected with the sun, that’s why it is called the solar plexus. When the first rays of the sun fall on the solar plexus, it is very good for your body. This is why it is g ...
  7. Dashavatar

    Within our consciousness, the dashavataar (the ten incarnations) is eternally present. When the consciousness awakened, knowledge arose, then the Matsya(fish) incarnated; when that knowledge stabilized, became quiet, then Kurma(turtle) incarnated; the min ...
  8. Nataraja and the Chidambara Rahasya

    Nataraja, the dancing form of Lord Shiva, is a very beautiful symbol of the union of nature and the Divine. Nataraja holds fire in one hand, representing the fire element. A damaru in his other hand depicts the space element. Many forces in the universe a ...
  9. Secret of the Puranas

    Firstly, people should know about symbols. It is said that there are millions of Gods and Goddesses in India. In the Indian culture, we talk of families of Gods. A Goddess is depicted as riding a tiger, Gods have children and there are disputes amongst Go ...
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