Story of Rameshwar Jyotirlinga

 There is a legend about Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga. That when Lord Shri Ram was going to Ayodhya after liberating Sita from Ravana's captivity, at that time he stopped and rested on the Gandhamdan mountain on the way. After resting, he came to know that the sin of destroying the sage Pulastya clan is here. To avoid this curse, they should worship Lord Shiva by establishing a Jyotirlinga at this place.   After knowing this, Lord Shri Ram requested Hanuman to go to Mount Kailash and bring Shivling. Hanuman went to Mount Kailash after receiving the orders of Lord Rama, but he could not see Lord Shiva there. On this he chanted Lord Shiva carefully. After which Lord Shiva was pleased and appeared to him. And fulfilled the purpose of Hanuman ji.   Here Hanuman ji was delayed due to penance and to please Lord Shiva. And on the other hand Lord Rama and Goddess Sita keep waiting for the auspicious time for the establishment of Shivling. Due to the fear of missing the auspicious

Pashupat weapon to Arjuna

 Lord Shri Krishna told Arjuna, you go to Shankarji. Shankarji has a divine eternal weapon named Pashupat. With which he had killed all the demons in the past. If you have the knowledge of that weapon, you will surely be able to kill Jayadratha tomorrow. Arjuna then saw himself in a state of meditation holding Krishna's hand. They started flying with Krishna and reached the mountain covered with white snow. Jatadhari Shankar was seated there. Both bowed to him. Shankarji said that you both are welcome, brave. Get up, take a rest and tell me what you want. Hearing this talk of Lord Shiva, both Shri Krishna and Arjun stood with folded hands and started praising him.

  Arjuna worshiped both in his mind and said to Shankarji, Lord, I want your divine weapon. Hearing this, Lord Shankar smiled and said that there is a divine lake nearby, I have placed bow and arrows there. Saying very well, both of them reached near that lake and went there and saw that there were two snakes. Both the serpents turned into bow and arrow. After this, taking bow and arrow, both Krishna and Arjuna came to Lord Shankar and offered him. A celibate was born from the rib of Lord Shankar, who offered the bow with chanting of mantras, Arjun remembered that mantra and Shankarji was pleased and gave that weapon to Arjuna. Arjun had seen all this in his own dream.