Ajagava

Shiva Linga

 

Ajagava is the name of the bow of Lord Shiva.

He wears it on his left shoulder.

On his right shoulder is a quiver with five arrows.

It is called Ajagava because it is made from one horn each of a goat and a bull.

Aja means goat and Gau means bull in Sanskrit.

At the time of the birth of King Prithu, Ajagava and the Lord’s arrows dropped from the sky as a gift for him to reestablish dharma on earth.

 

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