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Srimad bhagavatam canto 5-9.15 Reference Kaplika observence is found Srimad bhagavatam canto 5 sloka 9.13-18 in jada bharatha stroy. atha paṇayas taṁ sva-vidhinābhiṣicyāhatena vāsasācchādya bhūṣaṇālepa-srak-tilakādibhir upaskṛtaṁ bhuktavantaṁ dhūpa-dīpa-mālya-lāja-kisalayāṅkura-phalopahāropetayā vaiśasa-saṁsthayā mahatā gīta-stuti-mṛdaṅga-paṇava-ghoṣeṇa ca ...


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I find it strange that sadashiva is twenty-five headed as he's usually described as five-headed: According to Shaivite texts, the supreme being, parashivam manifests itself as pentads. His five deeds are known as panchakrityas and are assigned to his five aspects, panchamurti: Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Maheshwara and Sadashiva - that is creation, preservation, ...


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This is certainly an image of Lord Shiva , who is one among the triad gods (Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva). This is well conformed when we look at it. It clearly shows some distinct features of Lord Shiva as we know from his description from scriptures like Trident and Damaru (a musical instrument) in his hand. Crescent moon on his head. A third eye on his ...


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As per Parshurama Kalpa Sutras, By Dr. Param Hans Mishra, Bhagwan Shiva himself created Six Darshanas; they are: Shaiva Darshana Vaishnava Darshana Bramha Darshana Saur Darshana Shakta Darshana Baudhdha Darshana Since the book is in Hindi, used Google Translator for English translation: Apart from these, six darshans are also Bhagavatpravart. By whom real ...


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Six Schools of Indian Darshana's are as below: Nyaya Vaishesika Purva Mimamsa Samkhya Yoga Uttra Mimamsa Here Uttra mimamsa is Upanishad (Vedic postulate) and Purva mimamsa is vedic text itself (yaga and other vedic literature). Nyaya is Logic which (madhva school of philosophy greatly emphasis) Nyaya Sudha, Nyayaamruta, chandrika, Parimala. Samkhya is ...


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(कुलार्णवतन्त्रम्)- देहो देवालयो देवि जीवो देवः सदाशिवः । त्यजेदज्ञाननिर्माल्य सोऽहम्भावेन पूजयेत् ॥ Meaning: Lord shiva says 'O devi Parvati' This body (देह) is itself the Devālay (देवालय)! It consists of a God called 'jivā' (जीव). Shstra(शास्त्र) calls this (सदाशिव) sadāshivā! It has been covered with lack of knowledge, the followers responsiblity is to ...


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Shankaracharya has touched upon multiple aspects of the Purusa and Prakruti in the Nirvana Shatakama. A collection of these videos are explaining each of these aspects (72 in total) with reference to both time (Shiva) and space (Shakti) which form existence itself. The last few verses of the Nirvana Shatakama reveals the Shivoham - its state, nature, etc. On ...


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