Shiva

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Shiva
God of Destruction

Para Brahman, the Supreme Being[1]

God of Ultimate Reality, Moksha, Karma, Time, Arts, Dance, Yoga and Meditation, the Destroyer of Evil, Supreme Being in Shaivism
Member of Trimurti
Lord Shiva Sagar MP.JPG
Other names Shankara, Bholenath, Maheśvara, Mahadeva, Rudra, Mahakala, Sadashiva, Batara Guru, Nataraja
Sanskrit transliteration Śiva
Devanagari शिव
Affiliation Trimurti, Ishvara, Parabrahman and Paramatman (Shaivism)
Abode Mount Kailash[2]
Cremation grounds (Shmashana Adhipati)
Mantra Om Namah Shivaya
Weapon Trishula, Pashupatastra, Parashu, Pinaka bow[3]
Symbols Lingam,[3] Crescent Moon, Damaru (Drum), Vasuki
Day Monday and also Thrayodashi
Mount Nandi (bull)[4]
Gender Male
Festivals Maha Shivaratri, Shraavana, Kartik Purnima, Bhairava Ashtami[5]
Personal information
Spouse Parvati/Sati[6][7]
Children Kartikeya (son)
Ganesha (son)[8][9]

ShivaÌn-tō͘-kàu 3-tōa sîn-bêng chi it, hong jīn-ûi sī phò-hoāi-chiá, sī siau-tû só͘-ū phái-mi̍h ê sîn.

Chù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. Encyclopedia of World Religions. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 2008. pp. 445–448. ISBN 978-1-59339-491-2. 
  2. Zimmer 1972, pp. 124–126.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Fuller 2004, p. 58.
  4. Javid 2008, pp. 20–21.
  5. Dalal 2010, pp. 137, 186.
  6. Sati was the first wife of Shiva, but she immolated herself and was reborn as Parvati. Parvati has various avatars like Kali and Durga which are also associated with Shiva. In short, all these goddesses are the same Atma (Self) in different bodies.
  7. Kinsley 1998, p. 35.
  8. Cush, Robinson & York 2008, p. 78.
  9. Williams 1981, p. 62.

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