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Shiva in the Rig Veda - Reference of Lord Shiva In Vedas

In the Rig Veda, Lord Shiva is referred as Rudra and this is believed to be the earliest written record on Lord Shiva. In the Rig Veda (Rigveda), the first reference of Rudra can be found in Book 1, Hymn 43. the second reference of Rudra can be found in Book 1, Hymn 114. the third reference of Rudra can be found in Book 2, Hymn 33. the fourth reference is dedicated to both Soma and Rudra and can be found in Book 6, Hymn 74. the fifth reference of Rudra can be found in Book 7, Hymn 46. The destruction aspect associated with Shiva can be found in most of these hymns. O Rudra, harm not either great or small of us, harm not the growing boy, harm not the full-grown man. Slay not a sire among us, slay no mother here, and to our own dear bodies, Rudra, do not harm. Harm us not, Rudra, in our seed and progeny, harm us not in the living, nor in cows or steeds, Slay not our heroes in the fury of thy wrath. Bringing oblations evermore we call to thee. Another interesti

Origin of Yoga And Lord Shiva In Hinduism

Yoga is believed to have been first taught by Hindu God Shiva and it was compiled by Sage Patanjali. In Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma), Origin of yoga begins with Lord Shiva’s unhappiness over the world created by Brahma. Legend has it that Shiva was unhappy with the pain and suffering in the world due to Maya. Shiva complained to Brahma about this. But Brahmadev was proud of his creation and sprouted four heads to view it from all sides. He was so proud that a fifth head popped out to watch His creation. This enraged Shiva who took the terrible form of Bhairava and chopped off the fifth head of Brahma. Brahma complained that he did not create unhappiness or misery. It is mind which is the result of all misery. Shiva retorted that it was Brahma who created mind. Brahma then answered that the mind can be controlled and enlightened. The mind which is the cause of unhappiness, if controlled is the path to bliss. Shiva soon realized that Maya had overpowered him. He

Kameshwara Tirtha at Prayag – Allahabad

Kameshwara Tirtha is situated near the Pishacha Mochana at Prayag – Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. It is believed that austerities and charities done here will save a person from evil forces. Kameshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is located south of the Tirth. The place is famous for an ashrama near the temple. Sages stay here and perform austerities, puja and study of Holy Scriptures throughout the year. The place attracts maximum people during the annual Magh Mela in Magh month.  Ardh Kumbh Mela and Kumbha Mela attract hordes of visitors. The Ashram, founded by Langra Baba and Karpatri Maharaja, provides free food and lodging. The holy month of Shravan attract thousands of visitors to the tirth. 

Baglamukhi Yantra – Mantra – Benefits

Baglamukhi Yantra is associated with Goddess Baglamukhi. The main benefit of Baglamukhi Yantra is that it helps in defeating powerful enemies. Chanting the Baglamukhi yantra mantra will help in getting the desired results. It is believed that a person making the right use of the yantra will achieve progress in life. Baglamukhi Yantra Mantra Om Hleem Shreem Hleem Pitambare Tantra Badham Nashya Nashaya ऊं ह्लीं श्रीं ह्लीं पीताम्बरे तंत्र बाधाम नाशय नाशय The mantra is to be chanted at midnight The person chanting the mantra should wear yellow color dress. The mantra has to be chanted 36 times and the count should be done on a Haldi gaad mala. It is believed that chanting the mantra will help in negating all kinds of black magic performed by enemies. Baglamukhi Yantra Benefits Victory over enemies All kinds of evil, tantric pujas performed against the devotee will be nullified. All negative forces in home, office and factory will be tamed and thrown out. T