An ideology can’t be born and can’t be destroyed. It can hide only by the dust of dark deeds and evil practices.

Who is Mahadev?

Is he a supreme God? Or there is some vital force which is looking after all the livings and non livings.

The entire universe bows in front of him.

Shiva is Mahadev; the God of Gods. But is he the only one who is Mahadev?

I’m not organizing a debate about “who is the supreme God?”

Here I’m talking about the Mahadev.

Mahadev who is not just a God but he is more than that.

He is not a physical body or any mental illusion but Mahadev is an ideology.

Mahadev: He has Come

An ideology can’t be born and can’t be destroyed. It can hide only by the dust of dark deeds and evil practices.

And then comes someone and decides to fight the evil and destroy the darkness.

One who cleaned his heart and presented himself to fight the evil and wiped the dust of darkness brings the light to the ideology again.

When the light of that greatness will be seen by the world the Mahadev will be recognized.

Then the world will say “He has come.”

A man becomes a Mahadev only when he fights for good. A Mahadev is not born from his mother’s womb. He is forged in the heat of battle, when he wages a war to destroy evil!” —- The Immortals of Meluha.

This quote is enough to strengthen my point that Mahadev is not only a God he could be anyone one.

Everyone who stands against the evil and fight to defeat the darkness is a Mahadev.

We know God resides in everyone. And the Shivpuran says about Shivoham which means I’m The Shiva.

So whenever a person shows the works of humanity and stands bravely against the evil, he awakes the Shiva in himself.

Har Har Mahadev..

The Mahadev Shiva had said himself  that “Har Har Mahadev.”  Which means everyone is Mahadev.

So let’s stand against darkness and wage the war against the evil.

Let’s awake the Shiva inside us and please The Mahadev.

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