Arunachaleshwarar temple, at the foot of Arunachalam, Tiruvannamalai ❤️🌱🕉️🔥 Fire lingam in the 5 elements -panch bhoota temples.... But there is also an Agni lingam as part of the guardian deity lingams around this hill (and temple?)
Lord Hanuman has no desire for name or fame. He prefers to live in mountains and caves. He practiced total brahmacharya which is a very strange thing for a simian. Even when he lived with Sri Rama in the palace he lived like a hermit without indulging the senses. This is what gave him so much spiritual power. If yoga is the ability to control the mind, then Hanuman ji is the perfect yogi, having perfect mastery over his senses, achieved through a disciplined lifestyle and strict adherence to celibacy and undeviating devotion to his master. He had absolute faith in his master. Every event in his life was a gift from his master to be accepted without question. His life is a classic example to be followed by all devotees of God in any form. He shows us how a devotee should spend his or her life so as to reach the Supreme.
It is said that Narada once asked Brahma to tell him who he considered to be the greatest devotee of Shri Vishnu. No doubt the sage thought his own name would be first in the list. However Brahma directed him to Prahlada, king of the Asuras for whose sake Shri Vishnu had taken the avatara of Shri Narasimha. Prahlada with his characteristic humility told him to approach Hanuman who was the greatest devotee of Shri Vishnu since he chanted the name of Lord Rama constantly.! ✨🐒🏔📿🌀☁️🕉🎨🙏 #artist @ramesstudios हर हर महादेव 🕉️
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Shiva Tandava Stotram is a stotra (Hindu hymn) that describes the Hindu God Shiva's power and beauty. It is traditionally attributed to Ravana, the asura King of Lanka and devotee of Shiva. Both the ninth and tenth quatrains of this hymn conclude with lists of Shiva's epithets as destroyer, even the destroyer of death itself. Alliteration and onomatopoeia create roiling waves of resounding beauty in this example of Hindu devotional poetry.
In the final quatrain of the poem, after tiring of rampaging across the Earth, Ravana asks, "When will I be happy?" Because of the intensity of his prayers and ascetic meditation, of which this hymn was an example, Ravana received from Shiva powers and a celestial sword.
Great news to all guys who waiting for #Raabta
Don't miss guys the chance and watching Raabta on 8th October, 2017 on Set Max at 8 p.m.
I feel Raabta is my movie
I can watch it million time without any boring
I admit Raabta the best romantic and action movie in 2017
Sushant u really rocked nd nailed it
Can't wait lo live this love once again with
#Shiv & Saira
#Jilaan & Saiba
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