This is the saga of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti. It is a sophisticated narration of Shiva and Shakti’s separation and union, their journeys together, and how that affected and shaped the whole world. The saga narrates how Goddess Shakti’s human incarnation Sati, grand-daughter of Lord Brahma and daughter of Prajapati Daksha and Queen Prasuti is reunited with Shiva after Shakti was separated from him for the benefit of the universe.
Shiva is also called by the name of Natraja, Shambhu, and Mahakal.
The image of ardhnarishwara, half-male and half-female, represents Lord Shiva as the union of substance and energy, the life principle and Shakti.Sati, also known as Dakshayani is a Hindu 새티스파이어 goddess of marital longevity. The Goddess Shakti took human birth at the bidding of the god Brahma. Sati was born as a daughter of Daksha Prajapati and his wife Prasuti. Daksha was a son of Brahma and a great king. As the daughter of Daksha, she is also well-known as Dakshayani. An aspect of Devi, She is the first spouse of Shiva, the second being Parvati, the reincarnation of Sati herself.
Brahma’s designed her destiny in such a way that she would please Shiva with humble devotions and wed him. It was natural that Sati even as a child adored the tales and legends associated with Shiva and grew up an ardent devotee of Shiva. As she grew to womanhood, the idea of marrying anyone else, as intended by her father, became abomination to her.