- Goddess Parvati (Goddess of Love)
. I created this unique and meaningful necklace designs in honor of Goddess Parvati.
Express your faith and devotion with this handmade necklace, it's a very powerful piece and a true gift for yourself or someone special.
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Beautiful large 58x46mm pendant with image of Goddess Parvati, adorned with green rhinestones and pearls.
This pendant comes with chain.
Materials: Rhinestones; Metal & Pearls
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. Please note: This Necklace its handmade by hands that love to create and use their work to inspire people.
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About Parvati (Devanagari: पार्वती, IAST: Pārvatī)
Is the Hindu goddess of love, fertility and devotion.
She is the goddess of divine strength and power. She is the gentle and nurturing aspect
of the Hindu goddess Shakti. She is the mother goddess in Hinduism and has many attributes and aspects. Each of her aspects is expressed with a different name, giving her over
100 names in regional Hindu mythologies of India. Along with Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and prosperity) and Saraswati (goddess of knowledge and learning), she forms the trinity of Hindu goddesses.
Parvati is the wife of the Hindu deity Shiva - the destroyer, recycler and regenerator of universe and all life. She is the daughter of the mountain king Himavan and mother Mena.
Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha and Karttikeya. Her elder sister is the goddess Ganges. Some communities also believe her to be the adopted sister of Vishnu.
With Śiva, Pārvatī (Durga) is a central deity in the Saivism sect of Hinduism.
In Hindu belief, she is the recreative energy and power of Śiva, and she is the cause of a bond that connects all beings and a means of their spiritual release. In Hindu temples dedicated to her and Śiva, she is symbolically represented as argha or yoni. She is found extensively in ancient Indian literature, and her statues and iconography grace ancient and medieval era Hindu temples all over South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Slokas on Hindu goddess Parvati form the part of prayers offered to the goddess.
Parvati Slokas / Shlokas are as follows:
"Sarva Mangala Maangalye, Shive Sarvaartha Saadhike Sharanye Tryambake Gaurii, Naaraayanii Namostute"
Meaning: Goddess Parvati is the auspiciousness of all that is auspicious. She is the consort of Lord Shiva, who grants every desire of one's heart. I adore such Devi Parvati, who loves all her children. I bow to the great mother, who has given refuge to me.
"Maata Cha Paarvati Devi, Pitaa Devo Maheshvara Baandhavah Shiva Bhaktaacha, Svadesho Bhuvanatrayam"
Meaning: Goddess Parvati is the mother and the divine father is Shiva. The devotees are the children. The world is the creation of these divine beings and we live on the land of such celestial beings.