As per the Hindu religion, the Nandi is the Vahana for Lord Mahadev and is Kailash’s guardian. In the ancient South Indian tradition, the bull is regarded as Nandi and one can find it in all Shiva Temples. It is believed that one cannot directly visit and pray to Lord Siva without praying and asking permission from Nandi for granting Shiva Darshan. Nandi is the chief Guru of the practice of yoga.
Nandi is also the Vahana or mount of Lord Shiva.
More facts about Nandi Bhagwan:
- As per Sanskrit the meaning of Nandi is the properties of satisfaction, happiness, and joy. Integration of all these properties reflects the divinity of the human body.
- Generally one can find stone images of Nandi in either seated or standing posture.
- Most of the Shiva temples display a seated Nandi. Nandi is also one of the eight Ganeswars of Lord Shiva.
- Nandi is depicted as seated always towards sanctum in Shiva temples indicating the soul should always be focussed on Lord Mahadev.
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