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Friday, September 28, 2012


The Hindu image of a combination of the God Shiva and his wife Parvati. Together they're called, in Sanskrit, 'Ardhanarishvara', or 'The Lord Who Is Half Woman.' The Hindu religion doesn't view the gods in terms of absolute male or female absolute. Thesis forms of deities that blend the two genders, gold mix other aspects, suggest the indivisible nature of the universe.
Not only does this image encompass two genders, but it has four arms. The idea behind this is to demonstrate that it is, in fact, a deity.

Sri ANNAPURNA during one of their many conversations Shiva told Parvathi that the world was only illusion and that the food was also part of this illusion called 'Maya '.The mother Divine, worshipped as the manifestation physical and material, which includes upset food entered a black anger.
To demonstrate the importance of its manifestation in all that is of the order of the material, she left the world. His disappearance ended time; the Earth became sterile, the State of the universe became chaotic.There was more food and all human beings suffered from the pain of hunger.Seeing all of this suffering, the mother Parvathi goddess filled with compassion reappeared in Kasi and establishes a Chaplaincy kind.Learning advantage Shiva back on track her down and presented his bowl for alms saying now "I realize that the material world as the spirit, cannot be compared to an illusion.Parvathi smiles and feeds Siva with his own hands.
Since Parvathi is known and worshipped under the name 'Annapurna', the goddess of food, feed and food. (Translated by Bing)

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