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What was the result of emerging HALAHALA in sagara manthan?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 08 Mar '13 05:47 am
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The Samudra Manthan process released a number of things from the Milk Ocean. One product was the lethal poison known as Halahala. (In some versions of the story, this poison escaped from the mouth of the serpent king as the demons and gods churned.) This terrified the gods and demons because the poison was so powerful that it could contaminate the Milk Ocean and destroy all of creation. On the advice of Lord Vishnu, the gods approached the compassionate Lord Shiva for help and protection. Lord Shiva inhaled the poison in an act to protect the universe that lies inside the Lord Siva, Goddess Parvati pressed her hand in act to save the universe. Some stories suggest that the all powerful goddess pressed his neck to stop the poison from spreading while other stories suggest that Goddess Parvati suckled him in the form of Goddess Tara to stop the poison form spreading. As a result, The color of Lord Shiva's neck turned blue. For this reason, Lord Shiva is also called Nilakanta (the blue-th ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 08 Mar '13 05:53 am

 
  
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This terrified the gods and demons because the poison was so powerful that it could contaminate the Milk Ocean and destroy all of creation. On the advice of Lord Vishnu, the gods approached the compassionate Lord Shiva for help and protection. Lord Shiva inhaled the poison in an act to protect the universe that lies inside the Lord Siva, Goddess Parvati pressed her hand in act to save the universe
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The Samudra Manthan process released a number of things from the Milk Ocean. One product was the lethal poison known as Halahala. (In some versions of the story, this poison escaped from the mouth of the serpent king as the demons and gods churned.) This terrified the gods and demons because the poison was so powerful that it could contaminate the Milk Ocean and destroy all of creation. On the advice of Lord Vishnu, the gods approached the compassionate Lord Shiva for help and protection. Lord Shiva inhaled the poison in an act to protect the universe that lies inside the Lord Siva, Goddess Parvati pressed her hand in act to save the universe.
Answered by Quest, 08 Mar '13 11:24 am

 
  
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The Samudra Manthan process released a number of things from the Milk Ocean. One product was the lethal poison known as Halahala. (In some versions of the story, this poison escaped from the mouth of the serpent king as the demons and gods churned.) This terrified the gods and demons because the poison was so powerful that it could contaminate the Milk Ocean and destroy all of creation. On the advice of Lord Vishnu, the gods approached the compassionate Lord Shiva for help and protection. Lord Shiva inhaled the poison in an act to protect the universe that lies inside the Lord Siva, Goddess Parvati pressed her hand in act to save the universe. Some stories suggest that the all powerful goddess pressed his neck to stop the poison from spreading while other stories suggest that Goddess Parvati suckled him in the form of Goddess Tara to stop the poison form spreading. As a result, The color of Lord Shiva's neck turned blue. For this reason, Lord Shiva is also called Nilakanta (the blue-th ...more
Answered by iqbal seth, 08 Mar '13 06:09 am

 
  
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Vish aur amrit prapt huwe, vish was consumed by lord Shiva who became Neelkantha and amrit was taken by dev ganas.
Answered by Uncommon Freind, 08 Mar '13 05:51 am

 
  
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