The Three Gods of Hindus     (Colour Illustrations)

The Three Gods of Hindus (Colour Illustrations)

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Author: Kunwar Anil Kumar
Shaunak Srivastava/
Editor(s): Shaunak Srivastava
Publisher: Manoj Publications
Year: 2006
Language: English
Pages: 144
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8181334280


Everything in this world is divine to see which one needs a divine sight. It is blessed by the gods when prayed to. God is one who looks ordinary but shows all signs of divinity.

Some scholars explain various gods as symbols of various attributes or qualities. They don’t believe them to be historic characters. Whereas Puranas accept the existence of their domains and so their being historic characters in that sense.

Puranas present Shiva-Parvati as parents of the world and the symbols of faith and belief. Their younger son Ganesha is religious trouble-shooter and first-of-all worshipable among gods. The belief is that Shiva took incarnation as Hanumana when Rama took birth.

All the three Hindu gods fulfil all the wishes instantly made by their devotees. This book reveals the characters and the miracle acts of the three gods.

I pay my humble respects and obeisance to Parvati and Shiva who are symbols of faith and belief. Without their blessings one can feel the presence of God within oneself.

He has elephant head, is served by super natural powers, eats berries with relish and he destroys all glitches to smoothen the passage of all noble deeds. I pray to him.

I pay my deepest respect to Hanumana who is incredibly powerful, gleams like gold, destroys demons, is the best of all the sages, embodiment of all sublime qualities and who is the dearest messenger of Lord Rama.



Eight Incarnations of Lord Ganesha
Origin of Lord Ganesha
Childhood Days of Ganesha
Descent of Kaveri
Ganesha Vies with His Brother For Marriage
Moon Cursed by Ganesha
Ganesha Christened Dhundhiraja
Ravana Tricked by Ganesha
Parashurama Quarrels With Ganesha
Mouse-The Vehicle of Ganesha
Sindoorasura Slain by Ganesha


An Introduction To Shivapurana
The Twelve Jyotirlingas
Creation By Lord Shiva
The Birth of Sati and Her Marriage
Sati Immolates Herself
Complete Destruction of Daksha-Yajna By Veerbhadra
Daksha Extended Clemency By Lord Shiva
Birth of Parvati
End of Kamadeva’s Existence
Lord Shiva marries Parvati
Kartikeya Born And Taraka Slain
Origin of lord Ganesha
The Three Towns Burned
Lord Vishnu Worships Lord Shiva
Upmanyu Worships Lord Shiva
Victory Over Death
Lord Shiva’s Incarnation As a Hunter


Origin of Hanuman
His Childhood Days
Curses By The Rishis (Sages)
Hanuman With Child Shri Rama
Hanuman With Sugreeva
Hanuman Meets Rama After a Long Time
Hanuman Selected To Go To Lanka
The Great Battle And Hanuman's Role