Shiv Poojan Cost : 2100
Lord Shiva Is One Of The Most Admired Deities Of The Hinduism And Constitutes The Trimurti” Alongside Lord Vishnu And Lord Brahma. Devotes All Across India Worship Lord Shiva In Temples And At Home To Seek His Mighty Blessings.
In popular Hinduism, Shiva is often represented as a destructive aspect of Brahman and entitled ‘The Destroyer.’ This is merely one attribute, as there are many different groups and sects who hold Shiva, or any of his different forms and associated Deities, as the Supreme Being and attribute different titles onto him. General worship of Shiva is quite diverse and can range from worshipping an anthropomorphic murti (Such as the famous Tamil Nataraja statues from the ancient Chola Kingdom), a Lingam (one of Shiva’s main symbols), a deified landmark (such as the Ganges or Mount Kailash) or not worshipping a symbol at all (as in the case of the Lingayats).
8 Flowers That Please Lord Shiva:
- Ahimsa prathamam pushpam Non-violence is the First Flower
- Pushpam Indriya Nigraham Control of the senses is the Second Flower
- Sarva Bhootha Daya Pushpam Being Kind towards all the living beings is the Third Flower
- Kshama Pushpam Visheshataha Forgiving is the real special Flower – the Fourth Offering
- Shanthi Pushpam Peace is the Fifth Flower
- Tapah Pushpam Penance is the Sixth Flower
- Dhyanah Pushpam Meditation is the Seventh Flower
- Sathyam Ashta Vidha Pushpam Truth is the Eighth Flower
The most important prayers to invoke and please God Shiva are done on Pradosha, the thirteenth day of every fortnight in Hindu calendar, and on Maha Shivaratri according to Shaivism. Herein the most powerful and popular Shiva Slokas are as below:
The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra reads (IAST transliteration):
tryambakaṃ yajāmahe sugandhiṃ puṣṭi-vardhanam urvāruk miva bandhanān mṛtyor mukṣīya māmṛtāt