Some Important Life Lessons from Lord Shiva That Everyone Should Learn

Lord Shiva – the supreme god in Hinduism is known to us by many names, he has 108 different avatars with different names. He is the ultimate – the creator and the destroyer of the universe. Multi-faceted, lord Shiva is the giver of wisdom. Here are 10 very important life lessons from Lord Shiva that everyone show learn

1. Never Ever Tolerate Evil

Lord Shiva never tolerated injustice.He is the destroyer of all evil things. He was fair even when destroying the rakshasas according to the Hindu texts. We should work towards zero-tolerance of evil around us and take a firm stand against injustice.

2. Exercise Self-Control

When in control, everything falls into place. Self-control is the key to a great life. It keeps one focused, aligned and determined.

3. Anger is never the answer

Lord Shiva is Maha Yogi as he meditated for hours and it was through his cool intellect the well-being of our universe severely depend on. Only extremities disturbed his mind and resulted in rage. Therefore, when fighting life’s battles, anger is never the answer. It will force you to do the extreme which achieves nothing. Being cool and calm will help you get a new perspective and win over your battles.

4. Happiness does not equal to materialism

If you have nothing it doesn’t mean you are missing out in life. Being attached to wealth or assets only leads to being tied down – physically, mentally and emotionally.

5. Take it in your stride

No matter what comes our way, we need to be prepared and take it in our stride.

6. Your Obsession will be your downfall

According to ancient Hindu text, Ramayana, Ravana’s obsession over Sita led to his end. Therefore, your obsession will lead to nothing but your own destruction. Lord Shiva never obsessed over anything and was free from all desires.

7. Nothing lasts forever

We human beings have a tendency to hoard things – possessions, people, relationships and, of course, feelings. But everything has a shelf-life and nothing will last forever. We need to learn to move on and be ready to face whatever comes our way.

8. Research will fetch new avenues

Always research before you start something new. Ganga Ma, encased in Lord Shiva’s hair represents the end of ignorance. She embodies unfathomable knowledge. Denial doesn’t help anyone and therefore, it is important to gather information before you plan to start anything new.

9. Respect your spouse/partner

Lord Shiva is also known as Ardhanarishwar, i.e. half man and half woman, and therefore, His wife, Mata Parvati was an essential part of him. He always treated her with the utmost respect. She was his Shakti and Shiva can never be apart from strength. Therefore, our spouse – wives or husbands, partners in life, are truly our better halves and we need to treat them with absolute respect and love.

10. Ego has no place in your life

A person’s ego is the biggest cause of all obstacles. Ego has ruined many goals, relationships, ideas, and dreams. It makes one bitter and aloof. Lord Shiva carried the Trishul to keep his ego in check. He never let his emotions get the better of himself. Similarly, he did not tolerate anyone’s ego either.


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10 Of The Tallest Lord Shiva Statues In Sitting Posture

Since time immemorial, India has been renowned as the abode of Hindus and Hinduism. So, needless to say, quaint as well as larger-than-life temples are dotted around the whole country. But, in this list, rather than telling you few of the temples of so-and-so Gods and Goddesses, we’ll try to chart the tallest statues of Lord Shiva, foremost of the Tridev (Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar) in the country. Yes, you read that right—the tallest Lord Shiva statues in sitting position. So, without wasting any more time, here we go—

10. Statue at Omkareshwar

One among the 12 holy Jyotirlinga shrines in the country, Omkareshwar is situated across the holy Narmada River. In here, the statue is seated above the main temple and is apparently about 25 meters high. So, no matter how tall you are, be prepared to look like a liliput!


9. Statue at Allahabad

Situated in the holy city of Allahabad, right on the banks of the holy River Ganga, this grand statue is often referred to as the Symbol of Allahad—the holy land of Sangam. The statue is located right where the famous and holy Kumbh Mela takes place at every regular interval. However, the most striking feature of this 33 meters high statue is the grand statue of a bull overlooking Lord Shiva. Bull is known to be the vahana of Shiva.


8. Statue at Rishikesh

Rishikesh is known in India as one of the holiest towns blessed by both GangaMaata and Lord Shiva. To this effect, if you visit Rishikesh, beside the free-flowing Ganga, you’ll get to see a gigantic statue of Lord Shiva seated in a Yogi posture. One of the major tourist attractions, the statue is built overlooking the Parmarth Niketan Ashram where Ganga Arati is held every morning to offer prayers to GangaMaata as well as Lord Shiva.


7. Bhajanagar Shiva

Located amidst the picturesque Baleshwar Hills of Eastern Ghats, the Shiva statue at Bhajanagar is the seventh tallest statue of Lord Shiva and the panoramic view of the adjoining Bhajanagar reservoir and Biju Patnaik Children’s Park from there is simple majestic!


6. Kemp Fort Shiva Statue

Located in the outskirts of Bangalore City, just behind the Kemp Fort, the Kemp Fort Shiva is renowned as the six largest Shiva Statues in the world, and sits really tall and erect at 65 feet height. Clubbed with the brilliant Bangalore weather, the white statue of Shiva exudes a grandeur that is for the eyes and souls to behold.


5. Shiva Statue at Jabalpur

Sitting tall at 76 feet, the Shiva Statue at Kachnar City is unarguably one of the tallest in the country. If you’re planning to visit the place, we recommend you to visit it at dusk for the myriad natural colors gives a whole new and breath taking dimension to the Yogic Posture of the “Destroyer”, Lord Shiva.


4. Nageshwar Statue

One among the 12 jyotirlingas of India, the Shiva statue at Nageshwar is located near Dwarka, Gujarat. It is known to be one of the tallest statues of the deity, sitting tall in the yogic posture at 82 feet height. If you’re planning to visit Gujarat, your trip would be empty and useless without a look at this mesmerizing piece of sculpture.


3. Shivagiri Statue

Only 3 feet taller than the Nageshwar Statue is the Shivagiri Statue of Shivapur, located in the Bijapur area of Karnataka. The tall and serene statue of Shiva attracts a lot of tourist attraction from around the country and is one of the main pilgrimage centers of Karnataka.


2. Namchi Statue

The Namchi Statue is located in the holy temple of Siddheshwar Dham in Sikkim and is undoubtedly one of the tallest Shiva statues in the world—it is 108ft tall! It is perhaps the only place in India where you’ll find the replicas of all the 12 jyotirlingas of India as well as of the Char Dham!


1. Murudeshwara Statue

On the coast of the Arabian Sea, in India, you’ll find the abode of the second tallest Shiva Statue of the world—the Murudeshwara statue at 123 ft height!


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