Lord Shiva As SARBESHWARA THE MOST POWERFUL
As per Vedic scripture, in order to calm down Narasimha, the avatar of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva took the form of Sarbeshwara. After demolishing the demon king Hiranyakashipu, Narasimha was not conciliated, so in order to appease Lord Narasimha all devas requested Lord Shiva to tackle Narasimha. Firstly, Lord Shiva sends his earthly mascots, Bhairava and Virabhadra to calm down Narasimha, but in vain. Later, he takes a giant frightening form, Sarbeshwara, a Yazhi bird with human body and eagle’s wings having Goddess Pratyangara Devi on one wing and Goddess Durga on the other. In his four hands he holds a deer, battle axe, snake and fire. Two of his four feet rests on a mountain.
Lord Sarbeshwara with all the powers within him strikes Narasimha with his wings and the avatar god becomes unconscious. Sarbeshwara carries him high up to the sky and drops him down and swoons. As he regains consciousness he becomes calm and devoid of anger. Narasimha snaps out of his fury, concedes to the power of Shiva and then vanishes leaving his body behind. Now Sarbeshwara disappears and Virabhadra appears to rip open the remains of the avatar god and that’s what we see draped around Lord Shiva—the hide of Narasimha, and the trunk is seen adorning the garland of his neck.
BENEFITS OF YAGYA DEDICATED TO LORD SARBESHWARA
Remove obstacles in marriage
Get blessings of progeny
Helps in debt recovery
Win legal battles easily
Neutralise the harmful effects of black magic
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