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There is always name of female before male like Siya Ram, Radheshyam then we say Shiv Parvati not Parvati Shiv.

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    We do say Parvati Parameswara, Gauri Shankara and for temples we say "Durga Malleswara", "Bramaramba Mallikarjuna" "Visalakshi Visveswara" and so on.. – The Destroyer Sep 24 '17 at 6:34
  • Than why we say shiv parvati – Tanishq Gaba Sep 24 '17 at 6:41
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    We do say "Uma MaheshwaraBhyo Namah" – SwiftPushkar Sep 24 '17 at 6:43
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    This applies to all. See we say Siya-Ram ,Radhe-Krishna etc.during devotional singing , Bhajan etc. Or in Bhakti. But whenever we are talking in general about them or in discussion ,we say Krishna-Rukhmini ,Vishnu-Laxami , Krishna Radha etc.So we find calling as such mainly in songs. So we say Uma-Maheshwara in mantras etc.but when we are talking in general we say Shiva-Parvati. – SwiftPushkar Sep 24 '17 at 7:06
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    Flow of the line goes well when we say Shiv Parvati, Sita Rama, Radhe Sham. But that flow won't be good in hearing of we say Parvati Shiva, Rama Sita, Krishna Radha. Speak by urself and see which suits better in pronunciation. There is no need to find logic in everything because some things are so simple to have any logic. Besides in case of Radhe Krishna, Lord Krishna grant boon to Radha that always her name comes before my name. Thats why we say Radhe Krishna. And also there is no rule that your have to say Shiva Parvati only. You can say Parvati Shiva also if you want. It's personal choice. – Rishabh Sep 24 '17 at 12:09
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I don't think that there are any such strict rules. As a proof, see the verse given below.

LakshminArAyanau vAnidhAtArau girijAshivau |
Srigurum gurupatnincha pitarAviti chintayet ||

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Guru and Guru's consort (Gurupatni) should be thought of as one's own parents. They are to be thought of as Lakshmi-NArAyana, VAni-BrahmA, GirijA-Shiva.

KulArnava Tantram 12.35.

Note that here GirijA is a name of Goddess PArvati. So, seemingly there is no such rule like we should only say Shiva-PArvati and not PArvati-Shiva.

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