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"When Shiva beats his damaru, the evil shakes, while the wise awakes!! "
Lord Shiva is always depicted holding a ‘Damaru’, tied right under his Trishul. It is one of the visible marks of Lord Shiva. According to Puranas, Lord Shiva beats damaru’ to cut out the audible nuisances and calm the negative vibrations. The sound vibration of ‘damaru’ is considered propitious.
Damaru, which looks like a small drum appearing in the form similar to that of an hour-glass is often attributed to the lord's famous dancing posture—the Nataraja. It is believed by many that the damaru produced the first dhwani (sound) also known as 'nada' in the universe. It was born in the void and Shiva danced to the rhythm of damaru, which led to the creation of this universe.
Another legend has it that the top of the damaru symbolizes male creativity of procreation and the downward representation stands for female creativity of procreation.
Also, many say that the sound produced by beating the dramaru was passed onto lord Ganesha, who added more sound and thus—music was born. Some even suggest that it stands for words of the Vedas.
One must keep a ‘damaru’ to keep away all the negative energies and vibrations. It is said beating ‘damaru’ in your house also keeps you safe from any evil spirits.! ✨👁🕉🎵🌙🐍⏳🔱💀🌀🎶🙏✨ #drummer