Three Headed Hindu God Shiva :Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

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Three Headed Hindu God Shiva :Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

This post is dedicated to giving information with photos about three headed Hindu God Shiva. It means here we are going to concentrate about Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev. As world, know that the term Shiva means Auspicious. Siva is all graciousness. Siva is all-auspicious. Siva is all Sarva Mangalam. Siva is adored as the teacher of teachers, Dakshinamurti. Siva is adored as the God of Gods, Mahadev.

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva

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Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

Shiva is a most famous Hindu deity. Bholenath means simple Lord. Mahadev is considered as the Supreme God within Shaivism. Shiva is one of the three most influential denominations in Hinduism.

The other popular names associated with Shiva are Mahadev, Mahesh, Maheshwar, Shankar, Shambhu, Rudra, Har, Trilochan, Devendra.

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva

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Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

According to Wikipedia,

The crescent moon on Sivas head symbolizes the consciousness in human beings, the Ganga symbolizes the Life Force and the snakes on Sivas body represent the myriad of living beings.

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva

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Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

According to Wikipedia,

Shiva to have multiple meanings: “The Pure One”, or “the One who is not affected by three Gunas of Prakrti (Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas)” or “the One who purifies everyone by the very utterance of His name.”

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva

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Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

Having three faces seated in a “yoga posture” tell the creator of yoga. Three faces shiva is also called as Trimurti. We can find many photos, images, wallpapers of Shiva’s Trimurti. This three faces photos is closest to that of Brahma, the creator or Uma or Vamadeva. It is the feminine side of Shiva and creator of joy and beauty.

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva

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Tri Mukhi Hindu Lord Mahadev

Three-headed Shiva, represents Panchamukha Shiva. It is also known as Trimurti Sadashiva and Maheshmurti. The three heads are said to represent three essential aspects of Shiva — creation, protection, and destruction.

Om Namah Shivaya. Jai Bholenath. Jai Pashupatinath. Hara Hara Mahadev.

Three Headed Hindu God Shiva : Information with Photos

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