Goddess Parvati


Goddess Parvati is regarded as the power and divine consort of Lord Shiva – the Destroyer. Like her consort Shiva, Goddess Parvati is said to have both mild and terrible aspects
The appearance of Goddess Parvati will vary depending on whether she is depicted alone or with Lord Shiva. When she is depicted along with Lord Shiva she has two hands with a blue lotus in her right hand and the left hand by her side.Kali is the first representation of Goddess Parvati and she was known as the destroyer. She is also known as the Goddess of time.


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  1. Are you sure that this god can something for you…It’s just a rock and we know that rocks can anythings for us…Why you believe to Shiva…Sorry for the english I’m A french man

    1. Many Many Thanks Sir for your beautiful and valuable comment and visit to my blog, India is the country where you know people worship stones, animals and peoples. and we have receive all the things whatever we need and in trouble so thts by a stone is everthing for us. the story of Parvati is written below.
      After the death of Shiva’s first love Sati, Shiva isolated himself into a dark cave buried amongst the snow covered peaks of the Himalayas. He rejected the world outside, so distraught was he by the lose of his first true love.

      Meanwhile the demons lead by Taraka, rose from the netherworld and drove the devas, gods, out of the heavens. The gods sought a warrior who would help them regain the celestial realm.

      “Only Shiva can father such a warrior,” informed Brahma.

      Yet Shiva, immersed in meditation, was oblivious to the problems of the gods. As he performed tapas, meditations that produce great heat and energy, his mind was filled with great knowledge and his body became resplendent with energy. But all this knowledge and energy, bottled within his being, was of no use to anyone.

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