Not everyone interested in Shiva Purana will easily start reading 24000 shlokas. This selection of shlokas will make it easier to get an idea of the contents of Shiva Purana.

Shlokas, half of shlokas or a couple of shlokas will be quoted. Instead of stories which cannot be conveyed in a shloka or two, shlokas containing something to know or learn from will be preferred. Thus one who reads this series will feel that much of the essence of the Shiva Purana has been picked up.


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  1. mahesh says:

    i want to copy some slokas for our book on shiva i need permission

  2. Mahesh says:

    thank you. where do u live. please add me facebook ( viswanadhamahesh@gmail.com)

  3. Estee Soto says:

    Hi I will repost them on my Facebook site on Spanish.. Thanks for your hard work.

  4. corax says:

    this is wonderful. i echo the thanks of other grateful readers.
    do you plan to publish it in hard-copy book format?
    ॐ नमः शिवाय

  5. corax says:

    i am sorry to trouble you with this request: do you have a URL for that pdf download? i am not able to find a google drive page for either shivamahapurana or shivapurana. if you could point me in the right direction i would be most grateful.

  6. corax says:

    you are fantastic. thank you so much. blessings upon your head.

  7. Shiv says:

    Anyone In search of Perumaan ( Lord Shiva in Saiva siddhantam) reading Thirumurai and the 14 philosophy sastras will be overjoyed ( small word) at the Songs you have chosen that explicit the philosophy of Saiva siddhanta to reach PATI

    We call your work as ‘Siva Velvi’ in pursuit of doing Siva Gnanam

    May Lord Kapaleeswar bless you with ultimate boon of avoiding rebirth.

  8. Ritu says:

    Hi, you have done really an appreciable job by spreading His blessing.. :) Can you please let me know where can I get to read all the 24000 shlokas, i.e. with translation?

    • We do not know of any word to word translation of the whole Shiva Purana. There are some short versions on the Internet, and Gita Press of Gorakhpur published a Hindi translation (not word to word) of the Purana.

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