Shri Rudram 2.9
Ravisankar S. Mayavaram
miinalochanii at YAHOO.COM
Tue Aug 29 12:48:17 CDT 2000
--- Anand Hudli <anandhudli at HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> namo rohitAya sthapataye vR^ixANAM pataye namaH || 9 ||
> Salutations to the red complexioned One (rohitAya), to the Lord,
> (sthapataye) and salutations to the protector of trees
> (vR^ixANAM pataye).
Can you explain more on the name sthapati. I understand pati means
lord. What does stha mean here? One the meanings of stha is possibly
unchangeable and shiva is called as sthaaNu. There is a temple in
suchiindram (near kanyaakumari) has a deity which is a combination of
shiva, vishnu and brahma. The name is sthaaNumaalayan (sthaaNu shiva,
maal - vishhNu, ayan = brahma).
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