A standout amongst the most vital of the eighteen puraanas created by VedaVyaasa, Shiva Puraana bargains comprehensively with the adventures of Lord Shiva. Vaidyishvara Samhita and Rudra Samhita are the two critical areas of this Puraanas in which the 12 Jyotirlingas and the 11 Rudra Avataaras are explained.

The Shiva Purana affirms that it once comprised of 100,000 verses set out in twelve books, however the Purana includes that it was shortened by sage Vyasa before being educated to Romaharshana. The surviving original copies exist in a wide range of forms and substance, with one noteworthy variant with seven books, another with six books, while the third form followed to the medieval Bengal locale of South Asia without any books however two expansive segments called Purva-khanda and Uttara-khanda. The two forms that incorporate books, title a portion of the books same and others in an unexpected way. The Shiva Purana, as different Puranas in Hindu writing, was likely a living content, which was routinely altered, recast and reconsidered over a drawn out stretch of time. The most established composition of surviving writings was likely made, gauges Klaus Klostermaier, around tenth to eleventh century CE. A few parts of at present surviving Shiva Purana original copies were likely made after the fourteenth century.

The Shiva Purana contains sections with Shiva-focused cosmology, folklore, connection between divine beings, morals, Yoga, Tirtha locales, bhakti, streams and topography, and different points. The content is an essential wellspring of notable data on various kinds and religious philosophy behind Shaivism in mid second thousand years CE. The most seasoned surviving parts of the Shiva Purana have huge Advaita Vedanta rationality, which is blended in with mystical components of bhakti.

In the nineteenth and twentieth century, the Vayu Purana was some of the time titled as Shiva Purana, and now and again proposed as a piece of the entire Shiva Purana. With the revelation of more original copies, present day grant considers the two content as various, with Vayu Purana as the more seasoned content created at some point before second century CE. A few researchers show it as a Mahapurana, while some state it is an Upapurana.

Thiruvilayadal Puranam Yennum Shivaleelaigal

Thiruvilayadal Puranam Yennum Shivaleelaigal

Shivapuranam Thiruppalliyeluchi

Shivapuranam Thiruppalliyeluchi

Sri Siva Puranam

Sri Siva Puranam

Sri Siva Puranam

Sri Siva Puranam