Information about Shiva Maha Puran Katha
Shiva Maha Puran is one of the most sacrosanct content of Hinduism and identifies with a Hindu Tradition that loves Lord Shiva and is known as Shaivism. It is one of the Hinduism’s 18 incredible puranas and rotating around Lord Shiva and his significant other Goddess Parvati and it depicts the tale of Lord Shiva.
Initially, Shiva Puran comprised of 12 Sanhitas (segments) and 1,00,000 Slokas (stanzas). In any case, they were reproduced and summed up by Guru Ved Vyas so that as of now, there are 24,000 stanzas which are remembered for Six Sanhitas (segments). The name of the 6 areas in Shiv Puran are Janma Sanhita, Vidyeshvara Sanhita, Kailasha Sanhita, Sanatkumar Sanhita, Vayaviya Sanhita and Dharm Sanhita. Every one of these segments are partitioned into sections (Adhyay) which contains an aggregate of 24,000 slokas (versus).
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