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Why Maa Lakshmi says that neither Lord Brahma nor Lord Vishnu only Lord Shiva commands her to move from one place to another.? This is the interpretation of mahapashupatastra blog for the below Sanskrit verse: न धाता न विधाता मां विदधाति कथं चन कालस तु शक्र पर्यायान मैनं शक्रावमन्यथाः śrīruvāca nō dhātā na vidhātā mā̃ vidadhāti kathañcana. kālastu śakra ...


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I can't speak anything regarding whether you should do it or not. It is the relation between devotee (you) and Lord. However after seeing your description of your question, I felt to write this answer. I got this random thought whilst reciting Shiva Chalisa... With this statement, I remembered Grihapati incarnation of Lord Shiva which is discussed in Shiva ...


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There is a peak in Himalaya mountain region of India which is called as Shivling (mountain). Shivling is a mountain at tapovan in the Gangotri Group of peaks in the western Garhwal Himalaya, near the snout of the Gangotri Glacier. It lies in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, 6 kilometres (4 mi) south of the Hindu holy site of Gaumukh (the source of ...


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Vaidyanātha Jyōtirliṅga Chapter 1 of the Koṭirudra Saṃhitā of the Shiva Purana places the Linga in a cremation ground or citābhūmi (and alternatively at a place called parali): वैद्यनाथं चिताभूमौ - Vaidyanātha in the cremation ground The Dvādaśaliṅgastōtram by Adi Shankaracharya places the Linga in the North Eastern part of the country: पूर्वोत्तरे ...


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This is a partial answer for Q2: From the Sarvollāsatantram of Shri Sarvānandanātha, आब्रह्मस्तम्बपर्यन्त॑ कल्पन यन्त्रमात्रकम्‌ । तब स्नेहेन वक्तव्यं विशेषस्थ विशेषकम्‌ ॥ अथ विशेषयन्त्राख्याक थनमू-- शालग्रामे मनौ यन्त्रे प्रतिमायां घटे जले। पुस्तिकायाञ्ञ गड़ायां शिवलिड़े प्रसूनके ॥ We imagin yantra from Bhramha to grass, O devi, for you I say it: ...


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The very first hymn (sukta) to Rudra in Rig Vedā 1.43 is a declaration as to who He is. In a single hymn, it encompasses the entirety of Rudra – that He is a Divine Contradiction and a “conscious knower”. The hymns say He is “fierce/mighty”, then in contradiction, they call him “pleasant with beneficent heart”. He is “the resort/lord to all hymns/songs”, He ...


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Why Maa Lakshmi says that neither Lord Brahma nor Lord Vishnu only Lord Shiva commands her to move from one place to another.? She didn't. If translated this way, it would be a tamasic section of the Mahabharata since it contradicts the Vedas. In the Vedas, the Purusha Sukta says: "Hri and Sri (Lakshmi) are your (Vishnu's) wives". So, Lakshmi ...


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Well I am answering my own question because I got some new proofs to validate the point of my own question. In the above verse It is said that no one but just Lord kala controls maa Lakshmi. It's gonna be a bit long so just read till the last. So what and who is kaala.? Where in sanskrit kala has 3 meanings - time, death and black (space) so lord shiva is ...


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