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It is said that al the three lines in the Tripund represent Lord Shivas nature and character?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 27 Apr '13 06:03 am
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The three lines in the Tripund represent Lord Shivas nature and character. Different Devas are believed to reside in each line. All these lines also represent Om. The first line represents the sound of A which is called Garhapatya Agni. Mahadev is the Lord of the first line of the Tripund. The first line is believed to include earth, outer soul, Dharma, Agni, Acting skills, sweetness and Rigveda.

The second line of the Tripund represents the souns of On which is called Dakshinagin form. Maheshwar is the Lord of the second line. This line is believed to include good qualities, environment, inner soul, will power, sky and Yajurvaveda.

The third line represents the sound of M and is called Aahvaniya Agni. Maheshwar is the Lord of the third line too. This line is believed to include good qualities, heaven, god, knowledge and Samveda.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 27 Apr '13 06:06 am

 
  
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