Bhole Apni Nagariya
The actual image of Shiva is also uniquely different from other deities: his hair is piled high on the top of his head, with a crescent tucked into it and the river Ganges tumbling from his hair. Around his neck is a coiled serpent representing Kundalini, the spiritual energy within life. He holds a trident in his left hand, in which is bound the 'damroo' (small leather drum). He sits on a tiger skin. He wears the 'Rudraksha' beads, and his whole body is smeared with ash.
Sometimes he is depicted riding a bull called Nandi, decked in garlands. Shiva is believed to be at the core of the centrifugal force of the universe, due to his responsibility for death and destruction. Unlike the godhead Brahma the Creator, or Vishnu the Preserver, Shiva is the dissolving force in life. But Shiva dissolves in order to create since death is necessary for rebirth into a new life. So the opposites of life and death, creation, and destruction both reside in his character.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram Rama naraynam Janaki vallabham Kaun kehta hai Bhagvan aate nahi Tum Meera ke jais...