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Código del Artículo: IDC928

por Ashish Khokar

Paperback (Edición: 2001)

Rupa & Co.
ISBN 81-7167-618-9

Tamaño: 8" x 5.2"
Páginas: 50
(B&W.illus: 6)

Precio: Euro 5.72

About the Book

Shiva-Parvati are one of the most revered deities of the Hindu pantheon and the husband-wife duo evoke immense faith and devotion in the hearts of the people of the land.
This book traces the legend of Shiva-Parvati in the ancient texts of the Hindus and delves into the aspects of the worship of Shiva-Linga; the iconography of Shiva and of Parvati and their symbolic representation. The cult of the Mother Goddess symbolised by Parvati as Shakti, Kali and Durga; the legend of Shiva and Sati and the marriage of Shiva and Parvati are delineated in detail. The sons of Shiva-Mangal, Karttikeya, Hariharaputra, Jalandhara, Hanuman and Andhaka-all kind a mention. The destructive aspect of Shiva as Natraja, the Lord of Dance; legends of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva; sacred plays of Shiva and the tales and places associated with Him and His devotees are all depicted extensively.
About the Author

Ashish Khokar is a well-known writer and commentator on the arts and crafts: culture and civilization; religion and spirituality of India. He has been a critic for the Times of India, columnist for several magazines, a TV personality and editor of attendance, India's year-book on dance. He is based in Bangalore and Chennai.

Research Associate S. Saraswati has a rich and variegated experience of the philosophy, culture and the arts of India. She has been a lecturer of philosophy at Mumbai University and has conducted field studies and documented several performing arts traditions. She is also an archivist of repute for cultural material.


In the Ancient Texts Shiva-

Parvati Shiva

Linga Iconography of Shiva

Symbolic Interpretation of various iconographic features Parvati

Iconography of Parvati

Ardhanarisvara - The Legend Shiva and Sati

The Marriage of Shiva and Parvati

Sons of Shiva







Nataraja: The Lord of Dance

The burning of Tripura

Legends of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva

In the incarnation of Lord Vishnu




The Coming of Nandi

Sacred Plays of Shiva

One of the best known tales of Tiruvilayatal is Meenakshi Kalyanam

Kali & Darugan

Pancha Bhuta Sthalas of Shiva

Jyotirlingas Devotees of Shiva

Of Related Interest:

Shiva Parvati (Comic Book)

The Amours of Shiva Parvati (Miniature Painting On Paper)

Parvati Offers Bhang to Shiva (Miniature Painting On Paper)
Shiva Parvati Playing Chauser (Painting On Old Sanskrit Paper)

Vrashbharudha Shiva, or Uma Maheshwar (Miniature Painting On Paper)

Shiva and Parvati (Batik Painting On Cotton)

The Cosmic Couple (Kalamkari Painting)

Shankar Parvati (Green Stone Sculpture)

Parvati (Brass Statue)

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