Shiva is both destroyer or purifier and re-creator. The snakes around his neck symbolize power over evil and fertility. He wears a female earring on his left and and a males on his right which symbolizes sexual power and union.
Bhagawat Purana mentions that the water of Ganges carries the blessings of Lord Vishnu’s feet; hence Mother Ganges is also known as Vishnupadi, which means “Emanating from the Lotus feet of Sri Vishnu.”, Because Maa Ganges directly touches the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu before descending within this universe. It finally settles in Brahmaloka, abode of Lord Brahma before descending on Earth at the request of Bhagiratha and held safely by Lord Shiva on his head to prevent destruction of Mother…
Hanuman is the son of Anjana who was cursed to born on earth. In her previous life, Anjana was an Apsara named Punjikasthala- attendant of Brihaspati. She was reborn as Anjana and married Kesari,chief of Vanaras /monkeys. In her present life, she could nullify the curse only if Lord Shiva took birth from her womb as one of his incarnations. Anjana followed intense rituals and undertook penance Shiva granted her the boon and took birth as her son. Thus, Hanuman / Anjaneya was born.
Goddess Durga represents the power of the Supreme Being that preserves moral order and righteousness in the creation. Protects mankind for misery.Destroyer of evil forces. Divine Mother also called by many other names, such as Parvati, Ambika, and Kali In the form of Parvati, She is known as the divine spouse of Lord Shiva and is the mother of Ganesha.
Rudraksha has its origin from the Sanskrit words, Rudra and Aksha. Rudra is another name for Lord Shiva, and Aksha means eye. As per the old mythological tale, the Rudraksha plant was born out of Lord Shiva's teardrops, hence the berry is called as Rudraksha. Rudraksha berry are produced by Rudraksha trees in Parts of Nepal, Indonesia India. Ancient scriptures, such as Shiva Purana, Padma Purana and Srimad Bhagavad mention the greatness and wonderful powers of the Rudraksha bead.