Did Shiva kill Ganesh?

Did Shiva kill Ganesh?

Sensing that this was no ordinary boy, the usually peaceful Shiva decided he would have to fight the boy and in his divine fury severed the boy’s head with his Trishul thereby killing him instantly.

Why did Shiva feel sorry for Ganesh?

She explained to Lord Shiva that Ganesha was their son and he was only obeying her command. Lord Shiva felt sorry for what he had done in anger to the small boy, so together with Parvati, they took Ganesha’s body to Lord Bramha (the Creator of the Universe) and asked for his help to fix Ganesha’s head.

Why Kartikeya and Ganesh don’t stay together?

Kartikeya explains that he is not competing with his brother but he doing this to show Indra that Ganesha is Pratham Poojya not because he is the son of Mahadev and Mahagauri, but because he is the most yogya (deserving) for this upadhi (designation).

Did Lord Shiva kill an elephant?

When a demon (Rakshasa) assumed the form of an elephant and terrorized Brahmins who were worshipping the linga, Shiva emerged from this linga, slew the demon, and removed the elephant skin, thereafter wearing the hide on his upper body.

Why is Lord Kartikeya not worshipped?

While it is true that Kartikeya is not worshipped in North as much as he is worshipped in Tamil Nadu (or wherever Tamils are located), he is an ancient Vedic-era deity and there are archaeological evidences of old idols and temples belonging to Kartikeya all over India.

What is Lord Murugan Favourite food?

Millet and honey balls (Thinai urundai): The food which was served by Sri Valli to Her beloved, when She was guarding her field – ‘Millet & honey balls’ must be the most favorite food of God Muruga. It is a delicious, divine, wholesome and nutritious food, made with finely powdered foxtail millets and honey.

Why Ashok Sundari is not worshipped?

Ashoka Sundari got scared by her father’s act and hid behind a sack of salt. When Parvati got to know about her sons fate, she becomes extremely angry. Out of anger, she also cursed Ashoka Sundari to become a part of the salt.

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