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Live Darshan of Somnath, Mahakaleshwar, Kashi Vishwanath Mahadev 17 August 2020 (Shravan 4th Monday)

Live Darshan of Somnath, Mahakaleshwar, Kashi Vishwanath Mahadev 17 August 2020 (Shravan 4th Monday)


A Jyotirlinga or Jyotirlingam, is a reverential portrayal of the Supreme God Shiva. Jyoti signifies 'brilliance' and lingam the 'Picture or Sign' of Shiva; Jyotir Lingam in this manner implies the Radiant Sign of The Almighty Shiva. There are twelve customary Jyotirlinga holy places in India. 

As per Śiva Mahāpurāṇa, when Brahma (the divine force of creation) and Vishnu (the type of God during Preservation) had a contention over incomparability of creation. To settle the discussion, Supreme God Shiva pierced the three universes showing up as a colossal Infinite Pillar of Light, the Jyotirlinga which later cooled into the Holy Mountain Annamalai (on which the Temple of Arunachaleshvara is found).




 Vishnu and Brahma split their approaches to downwards and upwards separately to discover the finish of the light in either bearing. Brahma lied that he discovered the end, while Vishnu yielded his destruction. This lie of Brahma rankled Shiva making him revile Brahma that despite the fact that he is the maker of the universe he would not be loved. The jyotirlinga is the Supreme Shiva, partless reality, out of which Shiva showed up in another Form, Lingodbhava. The jyotirlinga hallowed places are Temples where Shiva showed up as a blazing segment of light.

Initially there were accepted to be 64 jyotirlingas while 12 of them are viewed as propitious and holy.Each of the twelve jyotirlinga destinations take the name of the managing god, each thought to be an alternate indication of Shiva. At all these locales, the essential picture is lingam speaking to the beginningless and perpetual Stambha column, representing the boundless idea of Shiva.

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