Parvati


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wife of Siva and a benevolent aspect of Devi: Hindu goddess of plenty

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They also pray to Parvati ,the giver of 'suhag' for good husbands, marital bliss and along and prosperous married life.
So, when most of her friends got married and were struggling with premature pregnancies, Parvati was at school, enjoying her studies.
Still, Parvati remembers what the goddess has told her and tries to relate the goddess' words to her suffering.
We also figured Lord Shiva and Parvati diagrams in various shapes and sizes.
The gods, including Lord Shiva, Ganesha and Parvati, keep their traditional characteristics, and there's a big white sculpture of Shiva nicely lit in a glass box.
April 7 2010 - Shiva Fertilizers Ltd has announced it has acquired a 53 per cent stake in Shiva Parvati Poultry Feed Pvt Ltd.
The festival marks Lord Shiva's wedding to Parvati.
Since the deity is accompanied by a Shivalinga and Ganesha she clearly represents a form of Parvati.
But wife Parvati complained "Will his moustache put food on the table and feed our children?
waitress Parvati Shallow of the Raro tribe asks, ``Is that kosher?
Meanwhile, lovesick Harry, played by Daniel Radcliffe, takes classmate Parvati Patil (Shefali Chowhury) to the ball.
Elephant Prince does not recount the commonest version of Ganesh's origin, in which Parvati creates a child from earth and her husband Shiva is so surprised by the stranger he cuts the boy's head off; instead, Elephant Prince draws upon a classic Indian text entitled "Brahma Vaivarta Purana" to present a version in which Parvati wishes for a child and to her delight has her wish granted, yet tragedy strikes when the god Shani (Saturn) accidentally destroys the child's head, for whatever powerful Shani gazes upon is instantly obliterated.
Navratri signifies nine nights of devotion to three goddesses - Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati.
The couple are portrayed in a painting as the Hindu god Shiva and goddess Parvati, with their son, Brooklyn, depicted as the elephant god Ganesh.