Sri Pallikondeshwara swamy temple at Surutapalli. The Lord Shiva in sleeping position with his head on the lap of the Goddess Parvati, surrounded by the Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, Mukoti Devas Maharishis and Sages creates an atmosphere of Kailash (Heaven). It is only temple where Lord Shiva is seen in the human form.
Gifted with the power of his divine father, he soared through the heavens toward the sun. Vāyu went with him, covering him with a cool breeze so that he would not be burned by the sun. The sun-god also withheld his blazing rays as he understood that Hanumān was a great servant of Viṣṇu who would later assist Him on earth.
"You are the original lamp. Other incarnations may possess the same candle power as the original lamp but the original lamp is the beginning of all light." ~Lord Brahma, in "Prayers Offered by Lord Brahma to Lord Krishna" ..*
Nataraja Symbolism. A depiction of the god Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy a weary universe and make preparations for the god Brahma to start the process of creation. Dancing is seen as an art in which the artist and the art s/he creates are one and the same, thought to evoke the oneness of God and creation.
“Oh the divine couple Shiva Parvati ! O ! Thee, the protectors of this universe, Along with Lords Brahma and Vishnu We pray to You for our well-being, prosperity and the enlightenment of our souls.” Jai Shiva Parvati Ki !
ॐ Lord Shiva... The destroyer/transformer of Worlds - Hinduism India 卐. Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver of Worlds. Collectively the 3 Gods are known as Trimurti and are manifestations of the Supreme God in his 3 forms - Hinduism
Goddess Shakti... The divine feminine power who is one half of Lord Shiva and is responsible for the manifestation of all mattter and energy in the universe. Shiva is latent energy, the potential source of all cosmic powers. Shakti is dynamic force which releases and converts the energy to matter and the elements. Lord Brahma took the elements and created the planet Earth and all its species. Shiva alongwith Shakti wield the greatest power. Lord Vishnu is the presever and protector…
Lord Shiva -- represents the aspect of the Supreme Being (Brahman of the Upanishads) that continuously dissolves to recreate in the cyclic process of creation, preservation, dissolution and recreation of the universe. As stated earlier, Lord Shiva is the third member of the Hindu Trinity, the other two being Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu