Author: C S RamakrishnanTranslator(s)/ Editors(s): Latha Balasubramanian/V RajagopalPublisher: Sri Ramakrishna MathYear: 2011Language: EnglishPages: 82ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788178235974
You partake of the nature of him on whom you meditate. By worshipping Siva you acquire the nature of Siva. Jnana is the characteristic of Siva, and bhakti of Vishnu. On who partakes of Siva’s nature becomes a jnani, and one who partakes of Vishnu’s nature become a bhakta.
1. Who is That Thousandth Devotee?2. Somanatha Worshipped by the Moon3. Durvasa’s Curse4. Siva and Agasthya 5. Greatness of the River Ganga 6. Meenakshi’s Marriage7. Nagasam, an Abode of Lord Siva8. Vaitheesvara, Healer of Diseases9. The Stone Bull That Ate Grass10. Ravana’s Stroke11. The Radiant Linga at Tryambakeswar12. Atmalinga13. Annapurna14. Devasenapati15. Story of Giving Divine Bull16. Glory of the Dhruva Grass17. Siva, the Restorer of Glory18. The Lord Becomes Servant to His Devotee19. Velliyambalavanan20. Velleesvaram