Shiva Purana ශිව පුරාණය ….


 ශිව පුරාණය …

Introduction
First of all, sage shaunak expressed his desire to sutji about knowing the means, which could help a man in this era of kali to attainment lord shiva, by cleansing all the impurities of his mind and rectifying his inherent demonic tendencies. Sutji then described about shiv mahapuran – the supreme of all the puranas, which was narrated by lord shiva himself and which was later on retold by sage vyas with the permission of maharshi sanatkumar, for the benediction of common man. Sutji said, “by understanding the mysteries of shivmahapuran and singing its praises, a man attains greater virtues than that which could be attained by being charitable or by the performance of all the `yagyas’. Contemplating on the subject matters of  shivmahapuran give auspicious fruits just like a ‘kalpa-taru’ (a mythological tree which fulfills all the wishes). Shiv mahapuran contains twenty-four thousand shlokas and seven Samhitas which are as under:-
1) vidyeshwar samhita,
2) rudra samhita
3) shatrudra samhita
4) koti rudra samhita
5) uma samhita
6) kailash samhita
7) vayviya samhita

Shivmahapuran is the best means for man’s liberation.

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