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Shiva: The Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient

An Image of Shiva sitting on Kailash and Smoking Ganja , Chillum or weed whatever you may call it with its clouds all around and a Trishul on the side with Har Har Mahadev written in Hindi

On the occasion of Maha Shivrartri, we created Lord Shiva T shirts for all his devotees. We also thought to do a small write up about Mahadev to understand about the history of Lord Shiva. Although, he is the one who is omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent and is beyond the dimensions of time and space. We can only try to learn about Mahadev as far as the scriptures tell us.

Different Puranas talk about the origin of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh in a different manner where they favor each God based on whose Purana it is. As per Shiva Purana, when both Brahma and Vishnu were arguing about who is more powerful of the two, there appeared a great blazing pillar whose roots and branches extended beyond the earth and sky. So huge, that its end could not be seen. Both Vishnu and Brahma decided to find its end so, both went in opposite directions but could not find its end and finally decided to return back. Both of them returned from where they started and accepted that there is a third power which co-existed with them which has no start and no end.

There are many questions that arise about the birth or appearance of lord Shiva. Some interesting questions also come across like how did Lord Shiva die?

It is said that Brahma is there for 100 years in his time cycle and each day of his is equal to one thousand cycles or Maha Yuga. Each Maha Yuga lasts for 4,320,000 years. Since Brahma is supposed to retire after this period, some people ask the question what happens to Shiva after this. One thing to understand is Shiva is beyond the dimensions of time and space. He was and will be there whether we exist or not.  Shiva is said to be omnipresent and he is the destroyer. He was before the universe and before this cycle of birth and death started and he will be there after the universe and even after when this cycle of birth and death ends.

To celebrate his presence and in his devotion we have created these Lord Shiva graphic T shirts.

Har Har Mahadev

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Inspired by the act of Shiva smoking Chillum in a Cemetery. It is said that Cemetery is one of the favorite places of Shiva where he was also said to do his meditation at times. Lot of his devotees smoke Ganja, Chillum and Weed on this occasion on Mahashivratri to get in a high trance state to celebrate this occasion. To buy this Har Har Mahadev printed t shirt click here

Chill Om

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Another T shirt showing Shiva with Chillum. Lot of Shiva followers especially the millennium generation really like the idea of Shiva with Weed. Weed has been legalized in many states in U.S. and is termed to have no bad effects like alcohol or smoking nicotine. Due to this affinity for weed has increased significantly and youngsters find it cooler to smoke weed than cigarettes these days. Hence, the idea of a God like Shiva with weed is really exciting for them. To get your Lord Shiva graphic T shirts click here.


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A popular name for Lord Shiva is Mahadev, also known has Devon Ke Dev or Devadidev. Here we have these two Mahadev tees just written in a simple graphic text manner using his favorite Trishul. To get your Mahadev printed T shirt click here.


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Shiva, Mahadev, Mahayogi, whatever you may call him, he is still in his nature and is always in his meditative state. Click here to get this Lord Shiva Graphic T shirt

Om Mahadev

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Mahadev, Brahma and Vishnu are all synonyms of each other. Om is said to be the supreme power above all of them. It is said Om Mahadev symbolized the power of Mahadev through Om and hence such graphic design is created to show the union of two. To get your Om printed t shirts online click here


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One of the most beautiful conceptual graphic design of Shiva that we have created. It shows the calm on Shiva’s face and through his eyes as well. Click here to buy your Lord Shiva printed t shirt.

Shiva Trishul

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There are 3 Adornments that Shiva always wear and all 3 have their different symbolic meanings as well. Out of those 3 adornment, 1 in Shiva Trishul. Trishul represents 3 fundamental dimensions of life symbolized in different ways. These are also the 3 basic nadis, Left, right and the central from which 72,000 other nadis emerge. These are called Ida, Pingala and Sushumna.  To learn more about these nadis and other two adornments which are Snake and Moon, you can refer to The Isha Blog. To buy your Shiva T shirt click here.


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Trayambakam means one who has three eyes, another name of Lord Shiva. Inspired by the most powerful Maha Mrityunjay mantra, we created this beautiful design using the mantra and the adornments of Shiva as well in this graphical design. To get your mantra T shirt click here.


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Trishul, one of the adornments of Shiva can also be used as one of the most disastrous weapon as well. It can be said that it can create more destruction that nuclear missiles. The same Trishul though also creates the establishment of peace with its power. .Hence, its only Shiva who has such power to hold such a weapon.  To get your Shiva Trishul T shirt, click here.


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Mahadev has endless names. His devotees call him by so many names and he loves them all. These three lines again have the same meaning as described above in Shiva Trishul. The center line in between shows the balance that one need to create in their life. To get this Shiva Tee, click here.

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