CREATOR bRHmH IS ONE....WITH SO MANY naam (NAMES) AND ruup (FORMS)......PREVENTS CREATIONS PERFORMING aekaaNt-DHARm bhkti = bhkti TO ONLY ONE CREATOR
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on March 5, 2003

In veD it says that each of the trinity of the bRHmaa-Dev, viSHANu-Dev and shiv-Dev is basically the same creator bRHmH manifesting in three different forms as creator, sustainer and re-creator of all creations and also bRHmaaND (universe) in which we exists.....but maayaa-shkti of creator bRHmH with its aavrAN-shkti and viKSHep-shkti deludes all creations in seeing the each of the trinity of primary devo as separate entity and many forms of one and only one creator bRHmH.....now archeologists in the State of Tamil Naidu in bhaart (India) have found the truth in this....

From HINDUISM TODAY: THANJAVUR, INDIA, March 2, 2003:

A rare sculpture of Lord Siva with a flute in his hands has been found at the Irawadeeswara temple at Darasuram, near Kumbakonam, by Kudavayil Balasubramaniyan, researcher of the Saraswathi Mahal Library, Thanjavur. It has been found on a pillar at the Rajakampeeran Thirumantapam of the temple, built by Rajaraja-II, Chola King. "There is no equivalent sculpture available anywhere in Tamil Nadu," claims Dr. Balasubramaniyan. The tradition is to sculpt Vishnu as Krishna with a flute in his hands. But the image at the Darasuram temple bears a deer and an ax in the hands above and a flute in the two hands below. The temple, under the control of the Archaeological Survey of India, is an architectural marvel and mini-form of the Thanjavur Big Temple. ......

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Rare Siva sculpture
found at Darasuram

By Staff Reporter from  THE HINDU

Thanjavur March 2. A rare sculpture of Lord Siva with a flute in his hands has been found at the Irawadeeswara temple at Darasuram, near Kumbakonam, by Kudavayil Balasubramnian, researcher of the Saraswathi Mahal Library, Thanjavur.

It has been found on a pillar at the Rajakampeeran Thirumantapam of the temple, built by Rajaraja-II, Chola King. "There is no equivalent sculpture available anywhere in Tamil Nadu," claims Dr. Balasubramaniyan.

The tradition is to sculpt Vishnu as Krishna with a flute in his hands. But the image at the Darasuram temple bears a deer and an axe in the hands above (symblos of Siva) and a flute in the two hands below, similar to that of Venugopalan.

Uma, consort of Siva, stands aside with a flower in her hand. On the other side, Adhikara Nandhi worships with flowers.

The temple, under the control of the Archaeological Survey of India, is an architectural marvel and mini-form of the Thanjavur Big Temple.

Other new panels


Dr. Balasubramaniyan has identified many other new sculptural panels also, including the history of Alalasundarar, the scene of the marriage of Sundarar with Paravai Nachiyar at Tiruvarur, Thirugnanasambandar's journey on a palanquin after getting "potralam" (golden talam), Thirunavukkarasar's stone float, his journey to Kailash walking, crawling and rolling on earth, his dipping himself in a lake in the north and emerging out of a lake at Tiruvaiyaru, and rendering of Thevaram "Madhar Pirai Kanniyanai" (11 sculptures for the eleven songs).
 



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