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Views Read Edit View history. It goes like this… When someone has a breathing problem in the middle of the night, usually caused by too much of oily food and spice or due to other health conditions, it was associated with Muneeswaran sitting on you and not allowing you to breathe. His statue is dressed in a dhoti, unlike the statues of the other Gods. Muneeswaran is a deity considered as an aspect of Lord Shiva. When Sati grew up she set her heart on Shiva, worshipping him in secret. Humiliated, she jumped into the sacrificial fire and immolated herself.

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Click the ‘Play’ button to read out loud this webpage content. Still, Sati went for the ritual, with the very reluctant permission of Shiva.

Hhd by Balu Velachery. It is also said that Muneeswaran had seven qualities in him and in line with those, he got seven names for himself such as Shivamuni, Mahamuni, Tavamuni, Nadamuni, Jadamuni, Dharmamuni and Vazhamuni.

However, Muneeswaran is regarded as a congenial God, who offers protection to his devotees.


You can lorx the Story about Muneeswaran, I decided not to talk about it because it challenges my common sense outrageously with spooky and complicated language that does not make sense to any sane person. When Sati grew up she set her heart on Shiva, worshipping him in secret.

Nadamuni Dakshayani was the youngest daughter of Dakshathe chief of the gods. But, her father had an antipathy towards Shiva. Muneeswaran is the most popular name of this guy but then he is also known commonly as muni or muniyandi in villages. What surprises me is that in the city, Muneeswaran wears a white dhotia white shirt and smokes cheroot. Mythology behind Archetype Muneeswaran Many legends cover the story of Goddess Parvatiin whatever name she was born, marrying Lord Shiva.


He is also believed to symbolize knowledge, power, wisdom, and affection. What mercy Muneeswaran has, indeed. In some stories “Muniyandi” in Tamil also referred to as “Muneeswarar”. Muneeswaran is depicted as a robust man with a bright face, thick mustache, clad mostly in a simple, white, cotton dhoti, adorned with a headgear, jewels, and garlands, and holding the trident and mace in his two hands.

Views Read Edit View history. Sati, being greatly humiliated, went to the banquet and Sati released the inward consuming fire and fell dead at Daksha’s feet. In the Swayamvara of Sati, Daksha invited all gods and princes except Shiva.

There, Daksha spoke disparagingly about Shiva and that deeply hurt Sati. Left with no option, Daksha had to give Sati in marriage to Shivawhich he did, but then totally cut-off his relationship with them.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As for the image, every time you make a silly mistake you learn the hard way.

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He is also shown variously as standing, sitting or as the one riding a lion. This page was last edited on 13 Marchat In Andra Pradesh they worship as “Muneeswarudu”. Muneeswaran is a deity considered as an aspect of Lord Shiva. In most villages in India the deity is a laid stone. Follow me on Facebook. If only i was more careful i could have avoided that white blown out spot around muni’s head and snake, LCD never gives you a good perspective of things, never!


Sati cast her wreath into the air, calling upon Shivan to receive the garland; and behold he stood in midst of the court with the wreath about his neck. Retrieved from ” https: One day Daksha made arrangements for a great horse sacrificeand invited all the gods omitting only Shiva. Pachaiamman temple thirumullaivoyal by Prasad Ramachandran. Muneeswaran is worshipped primarily in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, both as a peaceful God and also as a fierce one.