Shiv Parvati         (ILLUSTRATED)

Shiv Parvati (ILLUSTRATED)

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Author: Kunwar Anil Kumar
Publisher: Manoj Publications
Year: N/A
Language: English
Pages: 48
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A


Once sage Soota, while discoursing with the other sages on the importance of Shivapurana, said, Sages! Brahmins! Reading or listening to Shivapurana brings fulfillment of all the four Purusharthas (the object of a man’s creation and existence) i. e. Dharma, Artha, Kaama and Moksha. This Purana has been considered parallel to the Vedas. Lord Shiva was the first to have composed this Purana.

There are twelve volumes of this compilation, viz. Vidyeshwarasamhita, Rudrasamhita, Vinayakasamhita, Umasamhita, Matrisamhita, Ekadasharudrasamhita, Kailasasamhita, Shatarudrasamhita, Kotirudrasamhita, Sahasrakotirudrasamhita, Vayaviyasamhita, and Dharmasamhita. These Samhitas (compilations) impart great religious merits. Brahmins! Vidyeshwarasamhita has ten thousand couplets, Rudrasamhita, Vinayakasamhita, Umasamhita and Matrisamhita contain eight thousand couplets each.

One who reads or listens to this Shivapurana with devotion, attains liberation. This is for an added reading that We have furnished the above details before you. Though it does not form part of stories related to Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati, it sure will enhance your knowledge of our mythology.


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