Tales Of Shiva presents to its readers the powerful stories of a powerful deity, Shiva. read more...
Shiva is one among the Hindu triad of deities, the other deities being Brahma and Vishnu. Whereas Brahma is associated with creation and Vishnu with preservation, Shiva stands for destruction. Despite being a symbol of something so dangerous, Shiva is a deity loved and worshipped by many. Shiva inspires love and respect in the hearts of all those who pray to him with their hearts and minds, but creates terror and evokes fear in the minds of the wicked and the evil. Lord Shiva stayed atop the snowy Himalayas on Mount Kailasa. He, however, travelled long distances to answer his devotees’ prayers. But to ensure that his favors and blessings reached only the deserving, he often travelled in disguise. And it’s during these travels that some of the great tales of Shiva emerged. His battle with the fearless Pandava Arjuna, his mingling with the humble fishermen folk, along with whom he cast his net into the sea, and his terrific display of power when he rose up from the sand and pushed aside Yama, the god of death. Besides Arjuna and Yama, the readers will come across other epic characters in the form of Parvati and Nandi. Tales Of Shiva is a way for children to connect with Lord Shiva’s stories through pictures and illustrations. short..
|Publisher||Amar Chitra Katha Pvt|
|Imprint||Amar Chitra Katha Pvt|
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