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Sunday, 26 February 2017

Soundarya Lahari - Sloka: 56


Beneficial Results: 
நேத்ர தோஷ நிவாரணம் Protection from evil eyes. 
Victory over inimical people, controlling secret activities. Freedom from imprisonment; cures physical or mental problems. Causes rain.


तवापर्णे कर्णेजपनयनपैशुन्यचकिता 
निलीयन्ते तोये नियतमनिमेषाः शफरिकाः । 
इयं च श्रीर्बद्धच्छदपुटकवाटं कुवलयम् 
जहाति प्रत्यूषे निशि च विघटय्य प्रविशति ॥ ५६॥

Friday, 24 February 2017

Shivananda Lahari - Sloka: 10


பக்தியிருந்தால் எப்பிறவியும் நல்லதே | Any birth is good with bhakti


नरत्वं देवत्वं नगवनमृगत्वं मशकता 
पशुत्वं कीटत्वं भवतु विहगत्वादि जननम् । 
सदा त्वत्पादाब्जस्मरणपरमानन्दलहरी- 
विहारासक्तं चेद्धृदयमिह किं तेन वपुषा ॥ १०॥

Monday, 20 February 2017

Sri Rudra Roopam Dhyanam

 नमः शिवाय 

Worship of Shivalinga


The popular belief is that the Shiva Lingam represents the phallus or the virile organ, the emblem of the generative power or principle in nature. This is not only a serious mistake, but also a grave blunder. In the post-Vedic period, the Linga became symbolical of the generative power of the Lord Shiva. Linga is the differentiating mark. It is certainly not the sex-mark. You will find in the Linga Purana: Pradhanam prakritir yadahur-lingamuttamam; Gandhavarnarasairhinam sabda-sparsadi-varjitam - The foremost Linga which is primary and is devoid of smell, colour, taste, hearing, touch, etc., is spoken of as Prakriti (Nature).

Linga means ‘mark’, in Sanskrit. It is a symbol which points to an inference. When you see a big flood in a river, you infer that there had been heavy rains the previous day. When you see smoke, you infer that there is fire. This vast world of countless forms is a Linga of the Omnipotent Lord. The Shiva Linga is a symbol of Lord Shiva. When you look at the Linga, your mind is at once elevated and you begin to think of the Lord.

Lord Shiva is really formless. He has no form of his own and yet all forms are His forms. All forms are pervaded by Lord Shiva. Every form is the form or Linga of Lord Shiva.