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This Love Story Between Shiva & Sati Shook The Whole World! Here's The Epic Tale Simplified

Anshu Awasthi | Last Modified - Feb 14, 2017, 05:11 PM IST

One unloving karma between Sati, the first wife of Lord Shiva, and her father king Daksh led Lord Shiva to almost churn an apocalypse to destroy the universe.
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    Lord Shiva Rage
    Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Adi Shakti to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was thus born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According to scriptures, as Sati grew up, one 'unloving' karma between the king and her daughter led Lord Shiva to almost destroy the whole universe. Let's know that in detail.
    Sati, also called as Dakshayani, loved the tales of ascetic Shiva since childhood, and became his devotee from the age of 5. As she grew up and reached a marriageable age, the thought of marrying anyone other than Shiva became intolerable to her. Hence, she left the luxuries of her father's palace and went to a forest to worship Lord Shiva.
    But what happened next was not acceptable to her father, King Daksh.
    Click next to know what it was...
  • Shiva and Sati
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    Shiva and Sati
    Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Adi Shakti to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was thus born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According to scriptures, as Sati grew up, one 'unloving' karma between the king and her daughter led Lord Shiva to almost destroy the whole universe. Let's know that in detail.
    Sati, also called as Dakshayani, loved the tales of ascetic Shiva since childhood, and became his devotee from the age of 5. As she grew up and reached a marriageable age, the thought of marrying anyone other than Shiva became intolerable to her. Hence, she left the luxuries of her father's palace and went to a forest to worship Lord Shiva.
    But what happened next was not acceptable to her father, King Daksh.
    Click next to know what it was...
  • Shiva and Sati
    +4 See more slides
    Shiva and Sati
    Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Adi Shakti to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was thus born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According to scriptures, as Sati grew up, one 'unloving' karma between the king and her daughter led Lord Shiva to almost destroy the whole universe. Let's know that in detail.
    Sati, also called as Dakshayani, loved the tales of ascetic Shiva since childhood, and became his devotee from the age of 5. As she grew up and reached a marriageable age, the thought of marrying anyone other than Shiva became intolerable to her. Hence, she left the luxuries of her father's palace and went to a forest to worship Lord Shiva.
    But what happened next was not acceptable to her father, King Daksh.
    Click next to know what it was...
  • Shiva and Sati
    +4 See more slides
    Shiva and Sati
    Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Adi Shakti to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was thus born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According to scriptures, as Sati grew up, one 'unloving' karma between the king and her daughter led Lord Shiva to almost destroy the whole universe. Let's know that in detail.
    Sati, also called as Dakshayani, loved the tales of ascetic Shiva since childhood, and became his devotee from the age of 5. As she grew up and reached a marriageable age, the thought of marrying anyone other than Shiva became intolerable to her. Hence, she left the luxuries of her father's palace and went to a forest to worship Lord Shiva.
    But what happened next was not acceptable to her father, King Daksh.
    Click next to know what it was...
  • Shiva
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    Shiva
    Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Adi Shakti to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was thus born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According to scriptures, as Sati grew up, one 'unloving' karma between the king and her daughter led Lord Shiva to almost destroy the whole universe. Let's know that in detail.
    Sati, also called as Dakshayani, loved the tales of ascetic Shiva since childhood, and became his devotee from the age of 5. As she grew up and reached a marriageable age, the thought of marrying anyone other than Shiva became intolerable to her. Hence, she left the luxuries of her father's palace and went to a forest to worship Lord Shiva.
    But what happened next was not acceptable to her father, King Daksh.
    Click next to know what it was...

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