Lord Shiva and his birth
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According to Hindu mythology Lord Shiva is the destroyer in the main three supreme God. There are three supreme gods 1st one is Lord Shiva, second one is Brahma and third one is Vishnu. Lord Shiva is the destroyer and also has a positive side in that destruction usual leads to new forms of existence. Lord Shiva is described in art with four hand, four faces and three eyes. The third eye keeps this power to destroy the creation, not only creation including gods and humans.
In the Vedas, a collection of ancient sacred texts, Lord Shiva is identified with the storm god Rudra. There is a very interesting story behind the birth of lord Shiva. One day Brahma and Vishnu both were arguing about which of them were more powerful. That time one great blazing pillar appeared whose roots and branches extended beyond view into the earth and sky.
Now the Gods, Brahma and Vishnu began to find out the start and the end of that pillar. Brahma turned into goose and flew up to find the top of the pillar, while Vishnu turned into a boar and dug into the earth to look for its roots. After being unsuccessful, both came back and saw Lord Shiva emerging from an opening in the pillar. Recognizing Shiva’s great power, they both accepted that there is the third power who rules over the universe.
He acts a divine judge who shows no mercy on the wicked. He gains the spiritual strength from periods of meditation deep thought in the Himalayas. When Shiva dances, he represents truth, and by dancing he banishes ignorance and helps relieve the suffering of his follows.