Monday, June 16, 2014

Hail Mahadeva Shiva, the Lord of Rama!

Lord Shiva and Lord Rama

Lord Rama invoked Lord Shiva before he embarked on his journey to rescue Mata Sita and defeat Ravana, the king of asuras.Please with Lord Rama's devotion, Lord Shiva appeared to the Lord Rama and granted him his blessings in his battle against the king of asuras. 

This became possible because despite the truth that Ravana was a learned Brhamin and a great devotee of Shiva, he had deviated from the path of dharma by taking Sita away to Lanka, his kingdom. This tells us that devotion to God is not enough. Dharma demands that we also live an ethical life. Ravana forgot this and had to pay with his life.

After his wish was granted, Lord Rama, being ever compassionate, asked Lord Shiva to remain at the spot forever so that others could also benefit from his blessings. Lord Shiva agreed and turned himself into a linga. The spot is today known to us a Ramaeshwaram, which is one of the 12 powerful Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

May Lord Shiva, the natha of Lord Rama, or Rameshwaram, bless us with peace, strength and liberation from the cycle of life and death. 

Watch Lord Shiva's powerful prayer to Lord Rama on this link

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