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Shiva is the supreme god of Hinduism, representing the state of pure consciousness and the cycle of creation, destruction, and transformation. He is known as The Destroyer within the Trimutri, the Hindu trinity; Shiva is the supreme Lord who creates, protects, and transforms the universe.
Shiva had two wives; the first was goddess Sati, and the second was goddess Parvati. He is the father of the god Ganesh, also known as Ganesha, who embodies the shape of an elephant.
He is considered a neutral deity corresponding to situations within a balance of harmonious energy. He is neither good nor evil.
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