Sri Shiva Stuti - Tamil | Shiva Stotra/ Hindu Religious Book/ Stotra Book
• Hindus recite the 13-verse Shiva Stuti on a daily basis or during special occasions like Maha Shivaratri. Legend has it that Narayana Panditacharya arrived at the Rameshwaram Temple after the doors had been shut. The doors are said to have opened on their own accord after this hymn was chanted, and the author is said to have seen Shiva in an auspicious vision known as a darshana. The poet-saint Narayana Panditacharya is credited with writing the Shiva Stuti during the 14th century CE. In the hymn's final verse, he makes a mention of himself.
• According to the 13th verse of the Shiva Stuti Hindu spiritual book/stotra book/devotional book, whoever recites it with complete devotion to Shiva will be blessed by the deity. It is a widely held belief among Hindus that chanting the Shiva Stuti calls upon Shiva's divine intervention in serious issues.
• Within the Hindu spiritual book/stotra book/devotional book, readers will find the Tamil text of the Sri Siva Sthuthi, allowing them to engage with the devotional hymn and understand its meaning. It will also provide understanding about the significance of Lord Shiva in Hindu mythology, his divine attributes, and the associated rituals and traditions.
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