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There are no mysteries or secrets of Shiva. Shiva was originally conceived as a symbol by the enlightened sages to elucidate the concept of non-dualism as enshrined in the Vedanta. Paramhangsa Soham Swami had clarified the significance of Shiva, the truth of the symbolism based on Vedic and the post Vedic texts in the poem Shiva. Shiva is a chapter in the Bengali philosophical poem Soham Gita, first published in 1909.
Shiva, a lucid concept of Vedanta, had been misconstrued by the Hindu devotees, historians and scholars. While the devotees emphasized on the supernatural, scholars focused on the subject of eroticism or the fertility cult based on the misinterpretation of Linga, wrongly construed as the generative organ. The Truth of Shiva is a revelation that rescues the real Shiva forgotten and buried under the rubbles of false beliefs, confusions and ignorance. Discarding the mythological renderings of the Puranas and Tantric texts, this is the Shiva as it was meant to be by its original creators. Shiva is absolute bliss, the all-pervasive super-consciousness, the Brahma of the Upanishads.