Yoga Hukum: Relationship between Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu as "Mohini"
The most famous and prominent tale of her life is her union with Shiva. The speculation lies everywhere and so in the story of Shiva's connection with Mohini. the latter's form as Mohini, and another story relates how this figure, pretending to In one tale, the sight of Shiva touching the thumb of his wife resulted in this. (Thus in this small story, Naarada, avataar of Vishnu, glorifies Shiva as .. got bewildered when he saw the female form of Lord Vishnu, Mohini.
Same goes for Shiva's other son, Ganesha and unique childhood. Third son Shiva which is not well known in northern India is Ayyappan or Ayyappa Swamy, who originated from lusty union of Shiva with Mohini Vishnuin presence of Parvati.
One might read the reasons like some asura will only be killed by the union of two males, which seems like a later addition to me. I could be wrong! The two villains who turned out to be almost invincible until, of course, Shiva Showed up to the fight yes they weren't even killed by Shiva's positive essences: Their birth and their childhood once again demonstrate the inability of Shiva to really take parenting seriously Remember Kartikeya was abandoned too! Nope, I haven't heard that they raise him either.
They were tough villains and had to be killed using Oedipus complex, when these asuras have taken a liking to their own mother, Parvati, unknowingly, of course. Shiva used this glitch in the boon to kill two of his sons. Though I thoroughly enjoyed the stories narrated in this book but Shiva, being the biggest God, granted these stories an inevitability that by the end everything will be alright no surpriseof happiness. In addition, the author had often ended the stories, with religious warnings and morals.
Overall, author has curated interesting stories from Shiva Purana which paints the picture of ultra cool, aloof, meditative, and destructive Shiva. The legend begins with Shiva's request and Vishnu's agreement to show his illusionary Mohini form, that he assumed for the distribution of amrita.
Lord Shiva’s Union with Mohini, Lord Vishnu’s only female avatar
Shiva falls in love with Mohini and proposes a union with her. Mohini-Vishnu declines saying that union of two same sex women was unfruitful. Shiva informs Mohini-Vishnu that he was just one of forms of his Shakti. Thereafter, their union resulted in the birth of a dark boy with red locks, who was named Hariharaputra.
Mohini - Wikipedia
Further, he was also known as Shasta and Aiyannar. The seed was collected and poured into the ear of Anjaniwho gave birth to Hanuman, the incarnation of Shiva. The latter is retold in the Thai and Malaysian version of the Ramayana. Though Hanuman strings from Shiva's seed, he is also considered as a combined son of Vishnu and Shiva. The Buddhist version of the Bhasmasura tale continues with Shiva Ishvara asking the female-Vishnu, who is seated on a swing, to marry him.
She asks Shiva to get the permission of his wife Umayangana to take her home. Shiva returns with Umayangana's consent to find the female-Vishnu pregnant, who sends him back to get permission to bring a pregnant woman home.Lord Shiva fall in love with Mohini : जब भगवान शिव भी आकुल हो उठे मोहिनी को पाने को
When he returns, a child is born and female-Vishnu is pregnant again. She requests Shiva to seek approval to bring a pregnant woman with a child home.
This happens six more times. Finally, Shiva brings Umayangana with him to witness the miraculous woman. Vishnu then returns to his male form. Umayangana embraces the six youngest children merging them into the six-headed Skanda, while the eldest, named Aiyanayaka "eldest brother" remains intact.
Siva: The Siva Purana Retold
Aiyanayaka is identified with Aiyanar. Here, Vishnu as Mohini joins Shiva to teach a lesson to arrogant sages. A group of sages are performing rituals in a forest, and start to consider themselves as gods.
To humble them, Shiva takes the form of an attractive young beggar Bhikshatana and Vishnu becomes Mohini, his wife.