Just as Lord Vishnu incarnated on Earth as Shri Krishna for human welfare, Shiva incarnated on Earth as Sarahunaath. Even though Lord Shiva had incarnated on Earth many times before, it was only Shiva’s Shaktis or Ganas. But in Kali Yuga, i.e. 1.6.1988, Lord Shiva came down to Earth as Sarahunaath under the guise of worshipping Parvati and Gangadevi. That means Shiva himself was Sarahunaath. But Sarahunaath was not the Shakti or Gana of Shiva.
Shiva did not come to Earth only for Goddess Parvati and Goddess Ganga. He influenced Kali and came down to Earth at the end of the Kali Yuga. But he was born from his mother’s womb. Although Sri Vishnu is incarnated as Sri Krishna here, the society recognized Sri Vishnu as Vishnu and Sri Krishna as Krishna. But Shiva is hardly recognized as such. Because Shiva and Sarahunath were one and the same, only he was known as Sarahunaath, an alternative to Shiva’s name for the society’s identity.
However, some changes were physical when Shiva was Sarahunaath in the Kali Yuga. That is, in Krita, Tetra and Dwapara Yuga, Shiva had Gangadevi on his head and Nagadevata on his neck, while Shiva in Kali Yuga was called Sarahunaath in another name, he had Gangadevi on his jata, Nagadevata on his neck, Parvati on his chest and all the living beings, gods and angels of the universe in the hair of his head.
All the gods had thus made a decision to recognize Shiva and Sarahunaath in the Kali Yuga. That is, wherever in the universe, there is an idol of Shiva behind the Shivalinga or just an idol of Shiva. It is called Sarahunaath. But if there is only Shivalinga, it is called Shiva. Because Shiva really had no form. Because of this, all the gods had settled their true form through Sarahunaath.
Although Shiva came to Earth in this east, he came in the form of Sarahunaath. Even in the Krita Yuga, Shiva had come to Earth in the form of Sarahunaath. Similarly, while giving darshan to Goddess Parvati and Goddess Ganga in her true form, she also appeared in the form of Sarahunaath.
Even though the creation of living things took place on the Earth from chemical raw materials or by consuming carbon dioxide before the creation of Earth, Shiva/Sarahunaath lived in the universe before their creation. Then the Krita Yuga began. The life of Shiva/Sarahunaath before Krita Yuga was very beautiful and subtle. When the feet of Shiva/Sarahunaath were touched, the creation of Gods, Angels and Gods started happening tremendously. This is why Shiva/Sarahunaath is called the creator.
For this reason, all the Gods decided that there would be no significant difference between Shiva and Sarahunaath.
As caste discrimination and religious riots started at the beginning of Kali Yuga, Shiva/Sarahunaath incarnated to keep the systems in proper order in respective castes and religions. And they were called many different names. These are Sarvanaath, Allah, Sarahunaath and Shiva.
Note: At the beginning of the Krita era, monotheism was established by the Supreme Being for the benefit of society. But man has
created religion and caste in himself according to his work. Due to the discrimination and bullying in the religions since then till
now, the capable Lord Sarahunaath have re-established the same temperament in Kali-yuga. It is currently named “Sanahi”.
And after the Kali Yuga, Sanahi era begins. Sanahi means “Sarahunaath Himagirisam”. Since the 33 crore Gods resided in Himagiri, the Sarahunaath, had established Himagiri as a new nation.
Sarahunaath means the summation of all divine beings in the world. So they can be worshipped by any religion. Lord Sarahunaath is an incarnation of all religions in the world. Means lord Sarahunaath was Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Bahai Faith, Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Slavic neopaganism, Celtic, Polytheism, Heathenism (Germanic Paganism), Semitic neopaganism, Wicca, Kemitism (Egyptian paganism), Hellenism (Greek paganism), Italo-Roman neopaganism religions.
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