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What do shivars believe about Shiva?

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What do shivars believe about Shiva? Plan * Discover what is Shiva * Discover what are shivars * To use a number of websites/ books to discover what exactly shivars believe about Shiva. * To gain this information and put in the essay what shivars believe about Shiva? * What is the popular Hindu believe in Shiva * And how dose this believe differ from the popular Shiva believe in Shiva. * To include a conclusion * To include name and a word count of up to 1500 words or more. What is Shiva? Shiva somaskanda is one of the three large groups of which Hinduism falls into in what gods/goddess they worship fully. Shiva is the god of destruction according to popular Hindu believes. Shiva forms part of the trinity of brama Vishnu and Shiva. And is referred in his role in creation. Shiva also forms one of the three main branches of Hindus sharkti, Shiva, Vishnu. Shiva is in the eyes of most other Hindus referred as the god of destruction. But to Shiva worshipers he is referred as the god of creation destruction and preserver. He is also known to be the lord of the dance to all Hindus. ...read more.

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of how a snakes changes skin several times though its life time and this is how the compaersion as been made between the snakes Shiva is depicted with and Hindu recantation. His role of destruction and romance overall is also symbolised by the human skull he wears on his head. Which is usually atttuributed to his role of destruction Summary Shiva is the god of destruction according to popular Hindu believes. Shiva forms part of the trinity of brama Vishnu and Shiva. Shiva also forms one of the three main branches of Hindus sects, Shiva, Vishnu. Shiva is in the eyes of most other Hindus referred as the god of destruction. Originally, three major gods came to be popularly worshipped, namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Expect brama in the trimuti Shiva is almost as popular as Vishnu and is evolved from the fierce Vedic god Radar. Shiva is also the god of fertility and is mostly worshipped in the phallic symbol called Lingam. The Shiite sect considers Shiva as the Supreme Being. Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer. However shivas believe that lord Shiva is a repression of all three as the role of both creator destroyer and preserver. ...read more.

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The god usually has four arms, signifying his superhuman power, each with a hand holding one of his attributes. He uses the titular, or trident, like a spear to destroy his demon foes. Frequently he holds a drum rattle whose sound creates life as it reverberates through the cosmos. The beads of his rosary symbolize all time (past, present, and future) and its transcendence. The three horizontal lines often seen on Shiva's forehead represent three aspects of the divine: the Creator, the Preserver, and the Destroyer. During puma, many devotees of Shiva mark their own foreheads with these three lines in sacred ash or sandalwood paste. Photo: Contemporary poster of the god Shiva and his family. Shiva (left), Parvati (right), and Ganesha (middle). Conclusion Shiva's believe a number of things about Shiva that differ them from the popular Hindu believe. Not only that but it could be argued that Shiva's are a realign in there own light. However this different sects or dominations within Hinduism dose not for most of the time cause conflict in fact most Hindus believe that it is all one god and just different repression of the same god . and no matter how each sect within Hinduism believes different things about god for most of the time there is no in hatred in Hinduism. 1636 words name: Mathew Robert Howard Mdb ...read more.

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