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Trinadha Vratha Katha - The Story of the Three-Eyed Lord
Trinadha Vratha is a Hindu ritual that is performed to worship Lord Shiva, the supreme deity who has three eyes. The word Trinadha means "three-eyed" and Vratha means "vow" or "observance". The devotees who perform this vratha seek the blessings of Lord Shiva for health, wealth, happiness, and liberation from the cycle of birth and death.
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The Trinadha Vratha Katha is the story that is narrated during the vratha. It tells how Lord Shiva manifested himself as a linga (symbolic representation of Shiva) in three different places and how he granted boons to his devotees who worshipped him with devotion and faith. The three places where Lord Shiva appeared as a linga are:
Kashi: The holy city on the banks of the river Ganga, where Lord Shiva is known as Vishwanatha (Lord of the Universe).
Srisailam: The mountainous region in Andhra Pradesh, where Lord Shiva is known as Mallikarjuna (Lord of Jasmine).
Thiruvannamalai: The town in Tamil Nadu, where Lord Shiva is known as Arunachaleswara (Lord of the Red Mountain).
The Trinadha Vratha Katha narrates how a king named Chandrasena, a brahmin named Somasarma, and a merchant named Sivadasa worshipped Lord Shiva at these three places respectively and attained his grace. The story also describes the glory and significance of each place and how Lord Shiva fulfills the desires of his devotees who worship him with sincerity and devotion.
The Trinadha Vratha Katha is usually recited on Mondays, which are considered auspicious for worshipping Lord Shiva. The vratha can be performed by anyone, irrespective of caste, creed, or gender. The vratha consists of fasting, bathing, offering prayers, chanting mantras, listening to the story, and distributing prasadam (sacred food) to others. The vratha can be performed for 16 Mondays or as long as one wishes.
The Trinadha Vratha Katha is a source of inspiration and guidance for the devotees of Lord Shiva. It teaches them to have faith in the power and compassion of the Lord and to seek his refuge in times of trouble. It also encourages them to lead a righteous and virtuous life and to serve humanity with love and kindness.
If you are interested in performing the Trinadha Vratha or listening to the Trinadha Vratha Katha, you can download the PDF version of the story from [this link]. You can also read or download other Telugu vrathalu books from [this website]. You can also find a Hindi version of the story from [this link].