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India vintage Hindu God Shiva Shankar stationery 9

India vintage Hindu God Shiva Shankar stationery 9

Lord Shiva-http://www.krishnalilas.com/33-vidyadhara-liberated.htm

Lord Shiva-http://www.krishnalilas.com/33-vidyadhara-liberated.htm

A scene of Amritmanthan. Note that heads of all the persons involved in this act have been damaged by vandals.

A scene of Amritmanthan. Note that heads of all the persons involved in this act have been damaged by vandals.

BHAGAVAD GITA {16 , 08 } असत्यमप्रतिष्ठं ते जगदाहुरनीश्वरम्‌।  अपरस्परसम्भूतं किमन्यत्कामहैतुकम्‌॥ They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world. (16.08)

BHAGAVAD GITA {16 , 08 } असत्यमप्रतिष्ठं ते जगदाहुरनीश्वरम्‌। अपरस्परसम्भूतं किमन्यत्कामहैतुकम्‌॥ They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world. (16.08)

In Vrindavan there is Shiva's temple called Gopishwara. The gopis used to worship not only  Shiva but Katyayani (Durga) as well, but their aim was to attain the favour of Krishna. A devotee of Krishna does not disrespect  Shiva, but worships Shiva as the most exalted devotee of Krishna.  whenever a devotee worships  Shiva he prays to Shiva to achieve  the favour of Krishna and he does not request material profit." (Purport to Srimad Bhagavatam 4. 24.30

In Vrindavan there is Shiva's temple called Gopishwara. The gopis used to worship not only Shiva but Katyayani (Durga) as well, but their aim was to attain the favour of Krishna. A devotee of Krishna does not disrespect Shiva, but worships Shiva as the most exalted devotee of Krishna. whenever a devotee worships Shiva he prays to Shiva to achieve the favour of Krishna and he does not request material profit." (Purport to Srimad Bhagavatam 4. 24.30

The three major deities of Hinduism, generally referred to as the trimurti, are Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Brahma is the creator of the universe, Vishnu is the preserver, and Shiva is the destroyer. Each plays their own essential role in maintaining the balance of the universe. Some branches of Hinduism believe that all of the gods are different incarnations of Brahma, though other branches worship Vishnu as the supreme deity.

The three major deities of Hinduism, generally referred to as the trimurti, are Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Brahma is the creator of the universe, Vishnu is the preserver, and Shiva is the destroyer. Each plays their own essential role in maintaining the balance of the universe. Some branches of Hinduism believe that all of the gods are different incarnations of Brahma, though other branches worship Vishnu as the supreme deity.

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