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03-23-2017, 09:19 PM
Hara Shiva Shankara Shashanka Shekara
Hara Bham Hara Bham Bham Bham Bolo (2X)
Bhava Bhayankara Girijaa Shankara
Dhimi Dhimi Dhimi Thaka Nartana Khelo (2X)

Shiva, destroyer of evil, bestower of good; He holds the crescent moon on his forehead; Lord of Parvati, who destroys our bondage to wordly existence; Hear his anklets and his drum as he dances the dance that is the play of the universe. - source (http://prasanthi-mandir-bhajan.net/Hara_Shiva_Shankara_Shashan.htm)

Here is a beautiful sung version here (https://youtu.be/iA3GUIsPHeU?t=56s) with poetry on top).

Who is Lord of Parvati?

She is the wife of Shiva and a goddess of love.

In other words: love destroys our bondage to wordly existence

Some think of love as something you do with others, with what is a big part of our wordly existence. But true love liberates wordly existence. Perhaps it is a method? It "matters" not to love. :)


03-24-2017, 11:08 PM
Interesting chant...

The only thing that comes to my mind is the famous experiment of Masaru Emoto with water...
The emotions alter the molecules of water...

Maybe a concentrate feeling of "love" can manifest some "freedom", first in the spiritual world and then in the material plane... Maybe...