- 1 Who is the 4 armed god?
- 2 Who is Lord Narayana?
- 3 Who is the creator God that is shown with 4 faces and 4 arms?
- 4 Who is Lord Narayan wife?
- 5 How did Ganesh Get 4 arms?
- 6 How did Lord Shiva died?
- 7 Who is the father of Shiva?
- 8 Who is supreme god?
- 9 Who is the god of love benevolence and forgiveness?
- 10 Who is God’s?
- 11 What is the oldest religion?
- 12 Who was the very first God?
- 13 How many wives did Shiva have?
- 14 Who was Vishnu’s Favourite wife?
Who is the 4 armed god?
Vishnu is usually depicted as four -armed with the four attributes in his hands: the shankha (conch), the Sudarshana chakra, the padma (lotus) and the Kaumodaki gada (mace). In eight or sixteen armed depictions of the deity, he may be shown holding a sword.
Who is Lord Narayana?
Narayana (Sanskrit: नारायण, IAST: Nārāyaṇa) is the one who is in yogic slumber under the celestial waters, referring to the masculine principle linked with Vishnu according to Vaishnavite Hindu belief. He is also known as Purushottama and is considered the Supreme being in Vaishnavism.
Who is the creator God that is shown with 4 faces and 4 arms?
Brahma has four heads and it is believed that from these heads came the four Vedas (the most ancient religious texts for Hindus). Some also believe that the caste system, or four varnas, came from different part of Brahma’s body. He has four arms and is usually depicted with a beard.
Who is Lord Narayan wife?
Vishnu was married to Lakshmi (the goddess of good fortune), Sarawati (the goddess of wisdom) and Ganga (the goddess who is the personification of the River Ganges). However, unable to live with the quarrels between his three wives, Vishnu eventually sent Ganga to Shiva and Sarawati to Brahma.
How did Ganesh Get 4 arms?
When Ganesha refused to admit Shiva into Parvati’s bath chamber, the enraged god cut off the child’s head. Ganesha has four arms, which would each hold the deity’s usual attributes. He would have held a bowl of sweets in his lower left hand, which his trunk extends toward to eat.
How did Lord Shiva died?
When the noose touched the linga, Shiva emerged from it in all his wrath and struck Yama with his Trishula and kicked his chest, killing the Lord of Death. Shiva’s devotees on death are directly taken to Mount Kailash, Shiva’s abode, on death and not to Yama’s hell.
Who is the father of Shiva?
The nineteen avatars of Lord Shiva. This avatar of Lord Shiva was born to Sage Dadhichi and his wife, Swarcha. However, he lost his parent’s son after his birth. He was raised by his aunt Dadhimati.
Who is supreme god?
Supreme God has uncountable divine powers. When God is formless, He is referred to by the term Brahman. This is almighty God, whose three main forms are Brahma; the creator, Vishnu, the sustainer and Shiva, the destroyer. Hindus believe in many Gods who perform various functions; like executives in a large corporation.
Who is the god of love benevolence and forgiveness?
One of the three most popular gods of postclassical Hinduism, known as the god of love, benevolence, and forgiveness. Chief feature is his concern for humanity. A.K.A. Shiva, the god of death and destruction.
Who is God’s?
In monotheistic thought, God is conceived of as the supreme being, creator, and principal object of faith. God has been conceived as either personal or impersonal. In theism, God is the creator and sustainer of the universe, while in deism, God is the creator, but not the sustainer, of the universe.
What is the oldest religion?
The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma (Sanskrit: सनातन धर्म, lit.
Who was the very first God?
It was Rhea who gave birth to god siblings Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Hera, and Demeter. It is an interesting theory that Chaos was the first being, the first god that ever existed. Also, it is an interesting fact that it has never been given a gender. “Chaos” is considered to be one of the first gods ever.
How many wives did Shiva have?
Lord Shiva assumed the embodied form of these eleven manifestations and was allotted eleven wives for each of the forms, Dhi, Vritti, Ushana, Uma, Niyuta, Sarpis, Ila, Ambika, Iravati, Sudha and Dikshaa respectively.
Who was Vishnu’s Favourite wife?
Nila Devi becomes the consort of Vishnu in his avatar as Krishna. She is popular in South India, particular in Tamil culture as a consort of Vishnu. Nila Devi took the incarnation of Nagnajiti, a wife of Krishna. She is also called Nappinnai (Pinnai, a favourite Gopi of Krishna in Tamil tradition).