History And Facts About Kamdev

Meaning Of Kamdev

There is a lot of discussion about Kamdev, Kamasutra, Kamasastra, and one of the four Purusharthas in Hinduism. Khajuraho has many sculptures related to Kamasutra. The question arises: Does kama mean mate(sambhog)? No, kama means work, desire, and libido. All the works that make life enjoyable, happy, optimistic, and beautiful come under work. Religion, Artha, Kama, and Moksha.

You must have heard or read about Kamdev God. Kaamdev is mentioned in many stories of the mythological period. Wherever stories are mentioned about Cupid. One thing that is understood by reading them is that Kaamdev is related to love and libido.

Who is the Kamdev?

1. Family of Kamadeva

According to mythology, Kamadeva is the son of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. He was married to a goddess named Rati, who is viewed as a goddess of adoration and fascination. In some legends, Kamadeva himself is the son of Brahmaji and is also related to Lord Shiva. At some places, he is said to have emerged from Shraddha, the wife of religion.

2. Other Names Of Kamdev

‘Ragvrant’, ‘Anang’, ‘Kandarp’, ‘Manmath’, ‘Manasija’, ‘Madan’, ‘Ratikant’, ‘Pushpavan’ and ‘Pushpadhaman’ are the famous names of Kamadeva. Kamadeva is also called Ardhadeva or Gandharva, responsible for producing libido among the inhabitants of heaven. At some places, Kamdev has also been given the name of Yaksha.

3. Nature of Kaamdev

Kamadeva is portrayed as a beautiful young fellow with brilliant wings, grasping a bow and arrow in his hand. They move by putting a red flag inscribed with the mark of Makara (a Fish) on the parrot’s chariot. Incidentally, in specific sacred texts, sitting on an elephant is also referenced.

4. Kamdev Bow and Arrow

His bow is made of sugarcane filled with sweetness, in which honey bees have a rope. His bow’s arrows are made of flowers on the white, blue lotus, jasmine, mango trees, and the Ashoka tree’s smelling flowers. Kamadeva mainly has five types of arrows. The names of the five arrows of Kamadeva: 1. Maran, 2. Stambhan, 3. Jimbhan, 4. Exploitation, 5. Ummadana (Monmouth).

5. God Kamadeva and Lord Shiva

Sati was later born as Parvati. When Lord Shiva’s wife Sati, who was hurt by her husband’s humiliation. And was angry at the father’s behavior, committed self-immolation in the fire of yagna. After the death of Sati. Lord Shiva broke all the shackles of the world, leaving Moh-Maya behind and absorbed in asceticism. At that time, Tarakasura’s bowel had become a boon, the boon of Brahma that only Shiva’s son could kill him.

In such a situation, on the recommendation of all the Gods. Kamadeva developed an attraction for Goddess Parvati within Shiva by running her arrow on him. When Shiva opened his eyes in anger, Cupid was consumed by him. Though Shivji later gave him life, but without body and told his wife Rati that when Vishnu Shri Krishna incarnates in Dwapara Yuga. It will take birth from Rukmini’s womb, after killing Sambharasura again as your husband. Will be received in.

6. Kidnapping Of Kamdev

Due to enmity with Shri Krishna, the demon Shambharasur kidnapped Navaraja Pradyuman and threw him into the sea. A fish swallowed the fish, and after being caught by the fishermen, it reached the kitchen of Shambharasur. In the kitchen, the son met Bhanamati. The wife of Asura Bhanasura, whom he brought up, an apsara named Padmini in his former birth, whom Vishnu had taught, alchemy. 

7. Kaamdev – God of love

Just as Cupid in western countries and Eros in Greek countries is considered a symbol of love. In Hindu scriptures, Kamdev is called the god of love and attraction.

8. Madan-Kamdev Temple

Madan-Kamdev Temple
Madan-Kamdev Temple

Kamdev Temple is known as ‘Khajuraho of Assam.’ The Mithun-idols there remind me of Khajuraho of Madhya Pradesh. They are still keeping the legend of Kaamdev and his wife Rati alive. Trees within dense forests hide this temple. It is said that Kaamdev, who was consumed by Lord Shiva on opening the third eye. Was reborn at this place and reunited with his wife, Rati.

9. Kamdev’s Vasant Panchami

On the day of Vasant Panchami, Kaamdev is worshipped. Vasant is a friend of Kamdev, so Kamdev’s bow is made of flowers. The command of this bow is voiceless. That is, when Kaamdev leaves the arrow from the command, his voice is not there.

Kamadeva has the name ‘Anang.’ That is, he resides in beings without a body. One name is ‘Maar,’ meaning it is so deadly that its arrows have no armor. Spring is viewed as the period of love. In this, the heart hurt by the arrows of the flowers gets wet with love.

10. According to Mudgal Purana

The habitat of Kamadeva is puberty, women, beautiful flowers, songs, pollen mites or the juice of flowers. The sweet sound of birds, beautiful gardens, spring season, sandalwood. The association of man indulging in lusts, hidden limbs, Pleasant and dull air. Beautiful places to live, attractive clothes and beautiful jewelry lives in the body. Apart from this, Cupid also dwells in women’s bodies, especially their effect on the Nayan, frontal, eyebrows, and lips of women.

11. Kaamdev and Shiva

When Sati, the consort of Lord Shiva, was hurt by her husband’s humiliation and was angry with the father’s behavior. And committed self-immolation in yajna’s fire, Sati was later born as Parvati. After the death of Sati, Lord Shiva broke all the shackles of the world. Leaving Moh-Maya behind and absorbed in asceticism. They were not opening their eyes.

In such a situation, on the recommendation of all the Gods. Kamadeva developed an attraction for Goddess Parvati within Shiva by running her arrow on him. When Shiva opened his eyes in anger, Cupid was consumed by him. Though later, Shivaji gave him life, but without a body.

12. Sri Krishna And Kamdev God

According to mythology, Lord Krishna also tried to bring Kamdev under his control. Kamadev made a condition to Lord Krishna that he would also enchant them with beautiful gopis from heaven’s nymphs. Sri Krishna accepted all the Kamadeva conditions and made ras with the gopis. But lust did not stay home for a single moment inside his mind.

13. Rati Brought Up Kaamdev As A Son And Married Him Again.

When Shiva devoured Kamadeva, seeing this, Rati started mourning. Then Shiva told about Kamdev being born again on earth as Krishna’s son. According to Shiva, Lord Krishna and Rukmani had a son named Pradyuman, an incarnation of Kamadeva.

Due to enmity with Sri Krishna, the demon Shambharasur took the Navaraja Pradyuman abducted and threw him into the sea. A fish swallowed the fish, and after being caught by the fishermen, it reached the kitchen of Shambharasur.

Rati then took the form of a woman named Mayawati who works in the kitchen and reached the kitchen. He has bitten the fish that came there and reared the child that came out of it like a mother. When that child was young, he was reminded of his former life. Not only this, but all the arts were also taught, then Pradyuman killed Shambharasur and then brought Mayawati as his wife in Dwarka.

14. Kamdev Mantra

Kamdev’s arrows and his ‘clean mantra’ also attract the person of the opposite mate (sambhog). Chanting this mantra of Cupid regularly will attract your partner physically and praise you and make you your priority.

In ancient times, prostitutes and dancers also chanted this mantra because they did not want to lose their fans’ charm. It is believed that due to the constant chanting of this mantra, his charm, beauty, and radiance were retained.

Question/Answer About God Kamdev

1. Who is kamdev?

Answer: Kaamdev is mentioned in many stories of the mythological period. Wherever stories are mentioned about Cupid, one thing that is understood by reading them is that Kaamdev is related to love and libido.

2. How to please lord kamdev?

Answer: Worshiping Kamdev on Basant Panchami brings success in marital happiness and love, then let us know the rules of worship of Kamdev on Basant Panchami 1. Arise before sunrise on Basant Panchami and take yellow or yellow cloth after bathing in a holy.

3. Who was kamdev?

Answer: Kaamdev is mentioned in many stories of the mythological period. Wherever stories are mentioned about Cupid, one thing that is understood by reading them is that Kaamdev is related to love and libido.

4. How to use the Kamdev Mantra?

Answer: Kamdev’s arrows and his ‘clean mantra’ also attract the person of the opposite mate (sambhog). Chanting this mantra of Cupid regularly will attract your partner physically and praise you and make you your priority. In ancient times, prostitutes and dancers also chanted this mantra because they did not want to lose their fans’ charm. It is believed that due to the constant chanting of this mantra, his charm, beauty, and radiance were retained.

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