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Great is the glory of Siva. He is the Supreme being (Sada Siva), great power (Mahesvara)and the
source of the manifestation of Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra.
His Nirnuna form as the linga denotes the attribute less state of the supreme soul. His well-known Saguna forms are
five-Ardhanarisvara, the beneficent; Kapalika, the destructive; Bhikshatana, the Vagrant; Nataraja, the cosmic dancer,
and Mahadeva the great.
The Siva Purana, the foremost in literature dealing with the greatness of Siva, describes his various manifestations,
attributes, sacred spots related to Siva worship, and so on.
Tattvaloka, which has already brought out books, such as The Power of Gayatri, is inspired to release a rich, vividly illustrated
and comprehensive book,entitled Siva Darsan, coinciding as its does, with its relocation in its own new larger premises for
expanded research activities.
Divided into eight chapters, Siva Darsan throws light on the origin, manifestations mythological events, Siva Mahima , the
Jyotirlingas and various templesan leelas of the great lord.
Lives of some of the saints and seers who glorified themselves by deep devotion to Siva are also presented in one chapter,
showing the power of Siva Bhakti.
Written in an imaginative style by vamanan, this book draws its contents not only from the past thematic issues of Tattvalokaon Siva,
but also from a variety of literature available on the subject, as attested to by a
bibliography at the end.
The bppk is given pictorial significance by Dr.T.S. Narayana Swamy, its visualiser, by placing a number of
eye-catching visuals, which include rare photographs, ancient paintings and illustrations selected from a very large and varied
collection on the subject.
Darsan in Sanskrit means observing, seeing, knowing, understanding, perceiving, foreseeing and so on.
we have made a concerted effort to make the book reflect all these senses of the term. This tribute to the glory of Lord Siva is
with the grace of Goddess Sharadamba and the blessings of His Holiness Sri Bhaati Tirtha Mahaswamiji.
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