The Ashtadasapuranas, the Bhagavata, the Devi Bhagavata, and some of the sub-Puranas describe the creation of all these Chaturdasa buildings in detail. All the myths say that the whole of nature was waterlogged before the creation of this living creature.
Brahma, Brahmanda, Brahmavaivarta Puranas say that Brahma was born as ‘Swayambhuvu’ (self-born) from the nameless state – from that water that surrounds nature; Vishnu, Varaha, Vamana, Bhagavata, Narada Puranas say that Vishnu originated spontaneously and created the ‘Creator’ and ordered the next creation to be sung ”; The “Shiva, Linga and Skanda Puranas” explain that Lord Shiva was born as a Swayambhulingakar and was created by the Brahma Vishnavadi deities for the next creation.
The “Devi Bhagavata Puranas” explain that “Adiparasakti” originated as the ancestor of all creation. A closer look reveals that the whole universe needs ‘a tremendous force’ to emerge and be discovered from the water. That energy was first born as a divine beam of light and was the source of the birth of mortals. If there are three forms of the three attributes they are Brahma; Vishnu; Became famous with Sivakhyas. Formed with the three qualities, Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar flourished as the trinity that is the originator of all these living beings.
Shakti says that the “primordial energy” which is the source of the divine light which is the source of the birth of the trinity and the origin of the trinity is something – the same “Jagajjanani who is the source of all power”.
This ‘Jagajjananani determinism’ seems reasonable since everything else is a source of ‘power’. However, the exact answer to the question that has shaped this world for millennia is nowhere to be found. Shakti is the epitome of epic poetry, but also of many ancient Shakti cults, such as Tantra Mantra, which describes Parasakti as a form of ‘Kali, Chandika, Shambhavi, Mahishamartani’, etc. While the great yogi was wandering in the Himalayas, one of the lucky ones of the Indians realized the ancient power sculptor in one of the Himalayan foothills. Subsequent yogic disciples inherited its image, photographed it, sang ‘Jagajjanani Naming’ and were blessed to be fit to be called Jagajjanani. If such an unprecedented stone statue of Jagajjan was found in the Himalayas, the crown jewel of the country –
The second idol is now an architectural masterpiece in the town of Nandyala, in the Kurnool district of Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh, Rayalaseema, South India. This is a fun thing to do. It is a matter of pride for the people of Nandyal and the people of Akhilandhra. The glory of that Jagajjana, who is embodied as a divine power beyond the trinity and the trinity, is also indescribable. Srimat Jagajjanani is the formless Parabrahma form that is non-primordial, with infinite divine light, and for yogis that primordial energy is the formless niranjana nirguna niramaya. Sakara Sananda Saguna Sachchidananda Sadasatyasvarupam for Archavatararchas. Bhavasaukhyadayini, Bhavabandhamochani is that parasakti. She is a guide to earthly bondage and austerity.
She is the beacon of grace for the fulfillment of sensual desires and the bestowal of jitendriya shakti. The Infinite Power Jagajjanani who created the Harihara Brahmas for the sake of the creation of all these beings.
Vishnu, the creator of all the earthly beings, who made the Darpadanavasenkatama a vehicle, placed the panchabhutas in his possession, with the help of the panchabhutas, who created the panchabhutas with the help of the panchabhutas. Jagajjanani is the primordial force that tells the world that they carry out their activities with the permission of Jagajjanani. When the demonic forces flourished in many ages, Durga, Chandi, Mahamaya, Yogashakti, Kundalini, Shambhavi, Shankara, Kali, Mahishamardani, Kanakadurga, Bhramarambika and Annapurna were the many incarnations that brought about the destruction of the world. Jagajjanani, the glorious divine power who killed the Sundopasundus, Shumbhanisumbhus, Raktabija, Mahishasuras, Danavendra hypothetical Mahamayas and sang Vishwasanti Havanam.
Jagajjanani is the one who manifests in the Ashtadasha Shakti Peethas with many names, shines as the Saptamatrikamurti and appears as the village goddess in thousands of villages. Vishalakshi, Meenakshi, Kamakshi, Kalikamba, Chamundeshwari, Chowdeshwari, etc. Velasina, Poleramma, Sunkulamma, Nukalamma, Ganganamma, Jambulamma etc. Virajillina as village goddesses are all forms of Jagajjanani. No wonder Anna is the epitome of all ‘female figures’. That is why he said, “Yatra naryastu pujyante tishthanti tatra devatah.”
The source of the burning light in the sun, which gives consciousness to all living beings, is the source of the cold rays of Virajille on the moon, which is the center of all medicine, and the infinite combustible energy of the burning fire in the form of Tretagni for the benefit of mankind.
Whose power is there for the poor who are born when thunder and lightning! Shameless self-promotion for Ballistic Products and a great bargain on a neat little knife for you. Who is the power in the glorious spells! Gayatri