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Trishul, known as the weapon of lord Shiva and Maa Durga. A trishula (Sanskrit: त्रिशूल triṣūla, Malay: trisula, Tamil: thirisoolam, Malayalam: trisool, Thai: trisoon or tri) is a type of Indian trident but also found in Southeast Asia. It is commonly used as a Hindu-Buddhist religious symbol. The word means "three spear" in Sanskrit and Pali.
In India and Thailand, the term Shiva’s trishula often refers to a short-handled weapon which may be mounted on a danda or staff. But unlike the Okinawan sai, the trishula is mostly bladed. The trishula symbolism is polyvalent and rich. The trishula is wielded by the Hindu God Shiva and is said to have been used to sever the original head of Ganesha. Durga also holds trishula, as one of her many weapons. There are many other gods and deities, who hold the weapon trishula. The three points have various meanings and significance, and, common to Hindu religion, have many stories behind them. They are commonly said to represent various trinities—creation, maintenance and destruction, past, present and future, the three guna. When looked upon as a weapon of Shiva, the trishula is said to destroy the three worlds: the physical world, the world of the forefathers (representing culture drawn from the past) and the world of the mind (representing the processes of sensing and acting). The three worlds are supposed to be destroyed by Shiva into a single non-dual plane of existence, that is bliss alone.
In the human body, the trishula also represents the place where the three main nadis, or energy channels (ida, pingala and shushmana) meet at the brow. Shushmana, the central one, continues upward to the 7th chakra, or energy center, while the other two end at the brow, there the 6th chakra is located. The trisula's central point represents Shushmana, and that is why it is longer than the other two, representing ida and pingala.
  • Trishula can sometimes also designate the Buddhist symbol of the triratna.
  • A similar word, Trishul, is the Romani word for 'Cross'.
The Goddess Durga also holds the trishula among other weapons and attributes in her hands and amongst her accoutrement, having received celestial weapons from both Shiva and Vishnu.
A trident also called a trishula or leister or gig, is a three-pronged spear. It is used for spear fishing and was also a military weapon. Tridents are featured widely in mythical, historical and modern culture. The Greco-Roman sea god Poseidon or Neptune and the major Hindu god, Shiva the Destroyer are classically depicted bearing a trident.
Siva’s Maya-Shakti is known by various names such as Uma, Parvati, Kali, Durga etc. This Maya-Shakti or power inheres in Siva just as the burning power inheres in fire, sweetness in sugar, whiteness in milk and meaning in the words.
Siva stands for the Absolute, the unchanging, static background, of which Kali, the Shakti (power) is the dynamic expression. We call this Shakti or power Mother or Goddess. Goddess Kali combines in herself creative dynamism, destructive terror and redemptive grace.
God’s power that is enveloped by Tamo-guna-pradhana is Lord Siva.
Siva’s trishul or trident (the three pointed javelin like weapon) represents the three gunas –Sattwa,Rajas and Tamas. The Trishul is the emblem of sovereignity. Lord Siva wields the world through these three gunas, which is the composition of Maya-Shakti or mind and matter. In other words, if one were able to analyse the composition of Maya-Shakti, it will be found to be made of the combination of the three Gunas (Sattwa-Rajas-Tamas).
Siva is Trilochana, the three- eyed one, in the centre of whose forehead is the third eye, the eye of wisdom (gnana-chakshu). The burning power of the wisdom of the third eye destroys desires for worldly objects. Sensual desire and lust is represented by Kamadev, the god of love (Eros or Cupid). When a person reaches a state of perfect renunciation- he is said to have burnt all his desires. Siva’s third eye burnt to ashes Kamadev- the god of love. The eye of wisdom leads to transcendental vision of the Supreme Reality.
We recite regularly the following Maha Mrityunjay Mantra from the Sukla Yajurveda Samhita III. 60.
Om Trayambakam Yajaamahe
Suganghim Pushtivardhanam
Urvaarukmiva Bandhanaan
Mrityor Mokshiya Mamritaat
[The meaning of the Mantra is as follows:]
I worship thee, O sweet Lord of transcendental vision (the three -eyed one or Lord Siva). O giver of prosperity to all, may I be free from the bonds of death, even as a melon (or cucumber) is severed from its bondage or attachment to the creeper.
The word Siva signifies the auspicious. The good Lord Siva roots out sin and terror, and is the bestower of earthly happiness, promoter of good and auspiciousness. Siva is also called Samkara which means doer of good.
Siva takes one beyond the three bodies (Tripura), gross, subtle and causal that envelope the Jiva or the embodied soul. He is hence the Hara or the remover of all evil and the ideal of renunciation. Therefore we hail ‘Hara hara Mahadeva.’
In the Rigveda (x,121,4) it is written: Yasya ime himavanto mahitva. That the snow capped Himalayas appear as if they are meditating (dhyayativa), and they are the concrete symbol of the glory of the Supreme. Hence it is no wonder that most of its attributes are transferred to Siva. Kailash (mountain) in the Himalayas is the abode of Lord Siva.
The snowy Himalayas are white and Siva’s body is also white – Gauranga (gauri = light complexioned). Karpura gaura = camphor hued white. Siva’s body is smeared with bhasma or ashes to indicate renunciation, whitenes and purity.
Amazing! Lord Siva is present in the Kailas mountain. The most sacred symbol in Hinduism AUM imprinted with snow and ice on the face of the mountain by nature.
Snow falls each winter and resides on the mountain top in the shape of Om.
After Arati (devotional adoration of the Lord with waving of lamps) we usually recite the following prayer:
Karpur gauram karunaa avataaram,
sansaar saaram Bhujgendra haaram,
Sadaa vasantam hridayaarvinde,
Bhavam Bhavaani sahitam namaami
I bow to that camphor-hued, white complexioned
(Lord Shiva), who is Incarnation of compassion,
who is the very essence of (consciousness; the
knowing principle) of life (of the embodied soul);
Who wears snakes as garlands, whose eternal abode
is in the heart of the devotee, I bow to Him (Lord
Shiva) and His consort Bhavani (Uma or Paarvati).
Karpur (camphor-hued); Gauram (white);
Karunaa (compassion); Avataaram (incarnation); Sansaar
(life of the embodied soul); Saaram (essence,
the knowing principle or consciousness);
Bhujagendra (wearer of snakes or who wields the
Serpent power of Kundalini Shakti); Haaram
(garlands); Sadaa (eternal); Vasantam (resides);
Hridayaarvinde (in the heart of the devotee);
Bhavam (Lord Shiva); Bhavaani (Uma or Paarvati);
Sahitam (together); Namaami (I bow).
The rain water is locked up in the Himalayas as snow or ice and river Ganga (Ganges) falling from the heaven is locked up in the Jata (matted locks) of Siva. Hence Siva is called Ganga-dhara. River Ganga issues from the Himalayas, and Ganga flows down to earth from Siva’s matted locks after release. The holy river flows down from Siva’s head and therefore it symbolises the stream of wisdom.
Snakes are symbolic of the mental powers (the coiled up serpent power of Kundalini Shakti) under the control of the divinity. The moon symbolises mind in a state of tranquility and purity. The Damaru (a small drum-like instrument in Lord Siva’s hand) represents the sabda Brahman. This is AUM and the sound of AUM (OM), from which all languages are formed.

From The Mahabharata
Santi Parva, section XLVIII  
(Extracts-Abridged) Translated by Sri Kisari Mohan Ganguli
Bhishma said: Salutation to thee in thy form of vastness! Thou hadst assumed the form of a recluse with matted locks on head, staff in hand, a long stomach, and having thy begging bowl for thy quiver. Salutation to thee in thy form of Brahmacharin. Thou bearest the trident, thou art the lord of the celestials, thou hast three eyes, and thou art high-souled. Thy body is always besmeared with ashes, and thy phallic emblem is always turned upwards. Salutations to thee in thy form of Rudra! The half-moon forms the ornament of thy forehead. Thou hast snakes for the holy thread circling thy neck. Thou art armed with Pinaka and trident. Salutation to thy form of Fierceness. Thou art the soul of all creatures. Thou art the Creator and destroyer of all creatures. Thou art without wrath, without enmity, without affection. Salutation to thee in thy form of Peace!
From The Mahabharata
Sauptika Parva Sections VI/ VII
Translated by Sri Kisari Mohan Ganguli (Abridged)    
Aswatthaman, the son of Drona, said: I shall at this hour seek the protection of the puissant Mahadeva! I will take the shelter of that god, that source of everything beneficial, viz., the lord of Uma, otherwise called Kapardin, decked with a garland of human skulls, that plucker of Bhaga’s eyes called also Rudra and Hara. In ascetic austerities and prowess, he far surpasses all the gods. I shall, therefore, seek the protection of Girisha (Siva) armed with the trident.
I seek the protection of Him called Fierce, Stanu, Siva, Rudra, Sarva, Isana, Iswara, Girisha; and of that boon giving god who is the Creator and Lord of the universe; of Him whose throat is blue, who is without birth, who is called Sakra, who destroyed the sacrifice of Daksha, and who is called Hara; of Him whose form is the universe, who has three eyes, who is possessed of multifarious forms, and who is the lord of Uma; of Him who resides in crematoriums, who swells with energy, who is the lord of diverse tribes of ghostly beings, and who is the possessor of undecaying prosperity and power; of Him who wields the skull-topped club, who is called Rudra, who bears matted locks on his head, and who is a Brahmacharin (celibate). Purifying my soul that is so difficult to purify, and possessed as I am of small energy, I adore the Destroyer of the triple city, and offer myself as the victim. Hymned thou hast been, deserving art thou of hymns, and I hymn to thy glory!
Thou art robed in skins; thou hast red hair on thy head. Thou art pure; thou art the Creator of Brahman; thou art Brahma; thou art an observer of vows; thou art devoted to ascetic austerities; thou art the refuge of all ascetics; thou art the leader of diverse tribes of ghostly beings; thou art three eyed; thou art dear to Gauri’s heart; thou hast for thy excellent bearer a bovine bull; thou art the protector of all quarters; thou hast the moon as an ornament on thy brow!

Tridents can be distinguished from pitchforks in that the latter is an agricultural tool with two to six tines (also called prongs) which are shaped in such a way that they can be used to lift and pitch (throw) loose material.
The word "trident" comes from the French trident, which in turn comes from the Latin tridens or tridentis: tri "three" and dentes "teeth". It is also related to Sanskrit tri (त्रि "three") - danta (दंत "tooth"), although several Indian languages prefer another similar word, trishula (tri त्रि "three" + ṣūla शूल "thorn"), derived from Sanskrit, meaning "triple spears". The same meaning has the Cyrillic Тризуб (Trizub) which is a combination of two words Tri (three) and zub (tooth). Tryzub is the Coat of Arms of Ukraine which takes its roots to the Medieval princely family of Kievan Rus, descendants of Rurik. The Greek equivalent is τρίαινα (tríaina), from Proto-Greek *trianja (threefold), cognate with the Latin triens. The "trident" of Poseidon is his weapon.
  • The Semitic letter Shin comes from the shape of the trident.
  • The Greek and Cyrillic letter Psi also resembles the trident.
A number of structures in the biological world are described as trident in appearance. Since at least the late 19th century the trident shape was applied to certain botanical shapes; for example, certain orchid flora were described as having trident-tipped lips in early botanical works. Furthermore, in current botanical literature, certain bracts are stated to have a trident-shape (e.g. Douglas-fir). As a weapon, the trident was prized for its long reach and ability to trap other long-weapons between prongs to disarm their wielder. In Ancient Rome, in a parody of fishing, tridents were famously used by a type of gladiator called a retiarius or "net fighter". The retiarius was traditionally pitted against a secutor, and cast a net to wrap his adversary and then used the trident to kill him.
the trident is associated with Poseidon, the god of the sea in Greek mythology, the Roman god Neptune, and Shiva, a Hindu God who holds a trident in his hand. In Greek myth, Poseidon used his trident to create water sources in Greece and the horse. Poseidon, as well as being god of the sea, was also known as the "Earth Shaker" because when he struck the earth in anger he caused mighty earthquakes and he used his trident to stir up tidal waves, tsunamis and sea storms. In Roman myth, Neptune also used a trident to create new bodies of water and cause earthquakes. A good example can be seen in Gian Bernini's Neptune and Triton.
In religious Taoism, the trident represents the Taoist Trinity, the Three Pure Ones. In Taoist rituals, a trident bell is used to invite the presence of deities and summon spirits, as the trident signifies the highest authority of Heaven.
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సోమవారం కానీ రాహు నక్షత్రాలైన ఆరుద్రా, స్వాతి, శతభిషా తారలు వున్న రోజున కానీ ఈ విజయ త్రిశూలానికి 8 మారేడు దళాలతో అర్చించి.. పసుపు.. కుంకుమ.. గంధం.. విభూతి భస్మాలతో అలంకరించాలి. అనంతరం ఈ త్రిశూలాన్ని గణపతి లేదా రాజరాజేశ్వరీదేవి పటం ముందుంచాలి. శివ ద్వాదశనామావళితో త్రిశూలానికి విభూతితో అభిషేకం చేయాలి. ప్రతి నామం చదవడం పూర్తికాగానే చిటికెడు విభూధిని త్రిశూలంపై సంప్రోక్షిస్తుండాలి. ఇలా 12 సార్లు.. 12 చిటికెళ్ళ విభూధిని త్రిశూలంపై అభిమంత్రిస్తూ చల్లాలి.
శ్లో. సోమనాధం.. మల్లికార్జునమ్.. మహకాళ్యం.. భీమశంకరం.. రామేశం.. నాగేశం.. విశ్వేశం.. త్ర్యయంబకేశం.. కేదార.. ఘృణ్ణేశ.. ఓంకారం.. వైద్యనాధం అంటూ శివ ద్వాదశ నామాలను పఠించాలి.
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v  మంగళవారాల్లో విజయ త్రిశూలాన్ని పూజిస్తే సర్వకార్యములందూ జయము తధ్యము.
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v  గురువారముల్లో అర్చించితే బ్రహ్మచారలకు త్వరగా వివాహప్రాప్తి కల్గును.
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ఈ విజయ త్రిశూలాన్ని ఇంటి ముఖ ద్వారపు గడప పైభాగంలో అమర్చుకుంటే దుష్టశక్తులు ఇంటిలో ప్రవేశించవు.. రోజూ ఇంటిలో నుంచి బయటకు వెళ్ళేటపుడు గడప పైన వున్న ఈ విజయ త్రిశూలాన్ని రెండు చేతులతో స్పర్శించితే వెళ్ళేపనుల్లో ఆలస్యం లేకుండా సిద్ధి లభిస్తుంది. అంటే కార్యం వెంటనే సానుకూలం అవుతుంది.
విజయ త్రిశూలాన్ని రెండు చేతుల మధ్య వుంచుకొని 11 సోమవారాలు శివాలయానికి వెళ్ళి 11 ప్రదక్షిణలు చేసినట్లయితే.. తలచిన పనులు సఫలమౌతాయి. వివాహం కానివారు, ఉద్యోగం లేనివారు, ప్రమోషన్ లభించేందుకు, సంతానం లేనివారు, చదువుల్లో వెనుకబడినవారు, రాజకీయాల్లో వెనకబడినవారు, అనారోగ్యంతో బాధపడేవారు, వ్యాపారంలో మంచి లాభాలు పొందదలచేవారు ఎవరైనా పై విధంగా చేయవచ్చు.
ఇంటిలోని సభ్యుల్లో ఎవరైనా సరే శుచిగా స్నానం చేసి ఈ విజయ త్రిశూలానికి కుంకుమ, విభూతిలు అలంకరించి, ధూపం, దీపం చూపించి, గంట మ్రోగించి, నైవేద్యం సమర్పించి.. ఆఖర్లో నైవేద్య ప్రసాధాన్ని స్వీకరిస్తే అద్భుతమైన ఫలితాలు కల్గుతాయి.
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శూల వ్రతం అష్ట మహావ్రతాల్లో మహోన్నతమైన వ్రతం.ఈ వ్రతాన్ని ఆచరించి కాలనేమి అనే కృర రాక్షసుడిని సంహరించగలిగాడు శ్రీమహావిష్ణువు. పరశురాముడు ఈ వ్రతఫలంతో కార్తవీర్యార్జునుణ్ణి సంహరించగలిగాడు. ఈ వ్రత మహిమతో శ్రీమహావిష్ణువు తనకు ఏర్పడిన కఠోర శిరోభారాన్ని (తలనొప్పిని) నిర్మూలించుకోగలిగాడు. బ్రహ్మ తనకు కలిగిన తీవ్రమైన ఉదరవేదనను (కడుపునొప్పిని) ఈ వ్రతాన్ని సక్రమంగా ఆచరించడం ద్వారా నిర్మూలించుకోగలిగాడు. భానుకాంభకు ఈ వ్రత మహిమను వీరభద్రుడు వివరించినట్లు పురాణాలు వెల్లడిస్తున్నాయి.
ఈ వ్రతాన్ని ఆచరించే విధానం :
 సూర్యుడు మకరరాశిలో ఉన్నప్పుడు అంటే పుష్యమాసంలో వచ్చే అమావాస్యకు (సంక్రాంతి తర్వాత వచ్చే అమావాస్య) శూల వ్రత దినమని పేరు. ఈ శుభదినమున త్రిశూలాన్ని చేత ధరించి శివలింగానికి అభిషేకం జరిపించినానంతరం పరమేశ్వరుణ్ణి అష్టోత్తరంతో పూజించి పిదప శక్తిని ధ్యానించాలి. అనంతరం నైవేద్యాన్ని సమర్పించాలి. రుద్రాక్ష ధరించిన భక్తులకు ప్రసాదం పంచి పెట్టాలి. రుద్రాక్ష లేనివారికి ప్రసాదంతోపాటు ఒక రుద్రాక్షను కుడా కానుకగా అందించాలి. ఆ రోజు ఒక పూట మాత్రమే భుజించాలి. ఇంతటి సులభమైన ఈ వ్రతాన్ని ఆచరించడం ద్వారా విరోధులు మిత్రులౌతారు, దీర్ఘకాలిక రోగాలు తగ్గుముఖం పడతాయి, సంతాన భాగ్యం కలుగుతుంది, సకల ఐశ్వర్యాలు సిద్ధిస్తాయి, అవివాహితులకు వివాహయోగం కలుగుతుంది, వ్యాపారస్తులకు, వ్యవసాయదారులకు, ఉద్యోగస్తులకు మంచి అభివృద్ధి కలుగుతుంది, రాజకీయనాయకులకు పలుకుబడి పెరుగుతుంది.

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