Devi Adi Parashakti
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The Hindu books the Shiva Purana, the Devi-Bhagavata Purana, the Markandeya Purana, and pan-Indian folktales of the Goddess serve as the foundation for the mythical television series Devi Adi Parashakti. The show was developed by Siddharth Kumar Tewary, and it was produced by Swastik Productions under the direction of Loknath Pandey and Manish Singh. Devi Adi Parashakti, as well as her incarnations Goddess Sati and Goddess Parvati, are portrayed by Rati Pandey. Lord Shiva, played by Tarun Khanna, was Devi's spouse, while Devi's brother, Lord Vishnu, was played by Kanan Malhotra. Sonia Singh plays the main antagonist, Goddess Diti, in the programme. It also stars Aleya Ghosh and Himanshu Bamezai in important roles.
The story opens with Shiva's inquiries about The Self and his discovery that Vishnu, Brahma, and he were all created by the Supreme Goddess Adi Parashakti. In a feast put on by Brahma's sons like Daksha and Narada to honour their father, Shiva shatters Brahma's conceit by cutting his fifth head. She emerges from the severed head and exposes Her true nature to the Tridevas. She then takes on three different personas—Saraswati, who marries Brahma, Lakshmi, who marries Vishnu, and Shakti, who marries Shiva—and stays with each of them in their various abodes. Then, Daksha, the son of Brahma, marries Rishi Kashyapa to his two daughters, Diti and Aditi.
Devas like Devraj Indra and the Pancha Bhoota Devas—Surya, Varuna, Vayu, Agni, and Prithvi—are born from Aditi. While Diti gives birth to Daityas or demons because she is envious of her sister. Svarga for Devas and Patala for Asuras are created by Brahma Dev. Diti, who is furious, swears that she will find Svarga. Over time, Tarakasura, a son of Diti and an Asura, receives a promise from Brahma that he would only be slain by a Shiva-related child. He removes the Devas from heaven, the Asuras' eternal foes, believing himself to be everlasting.
Daksha then forces Devi Shakti to be born as his and his wife Prasuti's daughter in earth as Sati after being forced by her daughter Diti to remove Shakti from Shiva and Kailasha. Sati falls in love with Shiva after learning about him, whom Daksha detests. Lord Vishnu and Indra then lead her in the direction of Lord Shiva while disguising themselves as Sages.
When the marriage ceremony between Shiva and Sati begins, Daksha abandons Sati and relocates to Kailasha. But Diti's asura emissaries Tarakasura and his asuras contaminated the marriage yagna fire. But Lord Shiva and Sati wed without a ceremony; this union is known as a Gandharva marriage, and Sati's bride avatar is called Kalyanasundari.
Daksha organises a Yajna inviting the inhabitants of all the kingdoms, with the exception of the inhabitants of Kailasha, in an effort to humiliate Shiva and Sati. But Sati goes to the Yajna, where she is made fun of. She ends up setting herself on fire in front of everyone present as a result. In a fit of rage, Shiva and Shakti decapitated Daksha in order to exact revenge for Sati's passing by taking on the hideous forms of Veerabhadra and Kali. Later, a goat's head is used in place of Daksha's. Shiva withdraws into the caverns of the Amarnath after severing Sati's body into fifty-two parts, which create Shakti Peethas.
Devi then gives birth once more at Vishnu's command as the daughter of Himavat and Mainavati.
She was given the name Shailaputri by Vishnu, who was appearing as a doctor, and who is the daughter (putri) of the King of the Mountains (Shaila). In the meantime, Diti sends her demon to collect all of the Shakti Peethas in order to consume them and obtain ultimate power. So, Vishnu, posing as a doctor, forces Parvati to mention the name "Shiva." As a result, Lord Shiva became his Bhairava avatar. Lord Shiva safeguarded the Shakti Peethas from the demons when he was in his Bhairava form. Tarakasura and Diti sent their evil army to murder Devi because they knew about her birth. As a result, Rishi Markandeya's ashram is where King Himavat and Queen Mainavati relocate.
She was known as Devi Parvati inside the ashram. She developed there as a Markandeya follower.
The Rishi instructed her with the devotion of Shiva. However, Diti sends the demon Bahurupa to murder the infant. However, Parvati conquers her by granting the demon's moksha. Like in her previous existence as Sati, Parvati also develops feelings for Shiva. She wished to wed Lord Shiva later on Mahashivaratri day. Rishi agreed to accept her and showed her the route.
She discovered him in the caves of her father's realm, sits at his feet, and meditates on him. As a result, she earns the name Brahmacharini, which means "one who performed tremendous penance."
The Devas send out Kama, the God of Love, who is destroyed by Shiva for upsetting his trance in a haste to awaken Shiva so that he would fall in love with Devi once more and have a son who could kill Tarakasura. Devi Rati curses Parvati, telling her she would never have children, after learning of her husband's passing.
Shiva treats Parvati indifferently despite being aware of her dedication to and affection for him. When she tries to speak to him, he tells her that she won't get what she wants until she passes some of his tests. Shiva challenges Parvati, who accepts. He puts her through a series of tests at Kailasha and Kashi, which she successfully completes.
Shiva is impressed and accepts her proposal of marriage. A ceremony is held in Kailasha to commemorate Shiva's marriage, during which Shiva Gan and all other Devas consume alcohol. Diti is now devising a scheme to force Rishi Durvasa to attend the event. There, Nandi welcomes Durvasa with alcohol, which enrages him and causes him to curse that he too will be blocked in. Durvasa also forbids Shiva from appearing in his regular form during the wedding. Marriage traditions begin at that point. Nandi is first instructed to give Parvati the haldi (which is used for Lord Shiva). Nandi is stopped in his tracks by Tarakasura, who then kills him. Shiva is halted by Durvasa's curse and is unable to save Nandi. Lord Shiva became extremely angry after his demise.
When Devi Parvati recognised Lord Shiva's rage, she dialled Shukracharya. He gives Nandi a new birth. Lord Shiva begins his wedding procession in Aghori form, as per Durvasa's curse. Devi Parvati dresses up and takes on the name Sundareshwari in the meantime.
The wedding also extends an invitation to Daksha's relatives. Revati, another daughter of Daksha, is concerned that Lord Chandra, who is married to all 27 of Daksha's daughters, is under Daksha's curse because he only has an intimate relationship with one of them. Shiva retains Lord Chandra in his brain while Devi Parvati assumes the shape of Chandraghanta in order to execute the Equilibrium Jewelry ceremony and lift the Lord Chandra's curse.
Himavat and Mainavati reject the marriage when they realise that Shiva is an Aghori. Then, with the aid of Vishnu, Shiva was transformed into Sundareshwarar in accordance with Parvati's plan. The union of Shiva and Parvati follows.
When Parvati is asked to wash Shiva's foot as part of a marriage ceremony. He had to bathe her foot, says Shiva. Parvati, who is perplexed, claims that she was merely a human. Then, with Shiva's assistance, Parvati discovers her true identity and assumes the form of the cosmic goddess Kushmanda.
Then Devi invites the Devas to a feast that she has planned in Kailash.There, the Devas are happy with the food that Devi has prepared, and Devi promises that Tarakasura would undoubtedly be slain by the child she and Shiva will have. Devi then assumes the form of Annapurna. Devi Ganga is compelled to leave the Svarga and descend into the earth in order to provide ancestors moksha. Ganga becomes so enraged that she attempts to destroy the world with all of her fury. Therefore, Lord Shiva picks her up in his hair band and gently lowers her to the ground.
Arriving in Kailasha to worship to Lord Shiva is Rishi Bhringi. He solely prays to Shiva, defaming Devi Parvati. He also says that praying for a woman alone is insufficient.
Parvati, who is enraged, merges with Lord Shiva to become Ardhanarishvara's avatar and declares that men and women are equal. Tarakasura, meanwhile, puts the devas in danger by seizing Deva Lok. As a result of Parvati and Shiva performing a penance jointly, power-ball is produced. Devi Parvathi assumes the appearance of Lalitha to kill Bhandasura, who tries to destroy the power ball, with Rati's consent.
However, Bhandasura's action caused the power ball to fall into the river. It eventually broke into six parts, which then transformed into six children, which were captured by Kartikai ladies in Kartikai loka.
Parvati poses as Devi Kartika to put the Kartikai ladies' devotion to the kids to the test.
Kartikai females passed this test. Negative energies cannot enter Kartikai Loka either. Parvati therefore believes that Kartikai Loka is more secure than Kailash. As a result, she separated her six offspring and reunited them as Kartikeya (son of Karthikai women) or Skanda (one born from stone smash), giving herself the name Skandamata.
After that, they face a threat from Shumbha and Nishumbha, two more of Diti's demon offspring. Shumbha develops feelings for Parvati.He commands Munda and Chanda to take the woman to the underworld. With the aid of the Ashta matrikas, Parvati transforms into Kali, her untamed warrior form, out of rage. She then kills Chanda-Munda in the role of Kali. Shumbha, who is terrified, requests Diti for assistance. She sends Raktabija, and Devi Kali murders him and consumes his blood. Lord Shiva crosses Devi Kali's path to pacify her. Kali steps on him before realising her error. She gives up all of her abilities to destroy her guild, hides herself in a cave, and uses Rishi Markandeya to assist her experience sadness so that he can write the Markandeya Purana.
Nishumbha, on the other hand, visits the cave to transport Parvati to the underworld. Since only good energies are allowed within Karthika Loka, Devi Parvati first enters it and defeats the demon that attempted to kill Kartikeya by transforming into a peacock. Then, Parvati assumes the appearance of Devi Kaushiki and kills Nishumbha.
Following Nishumbha's passing, Devi Parvati goes back to Kailasha. She was relieved of the guilt of stamping her husband, and her guru comforted her by telling her that she had once been cursed to remain childless as a result of her husband's rage. She was then given a magnificent welcome ceremony by the Kailash Devas, who gave her the name Mahagauri.
In order to trap Shumbha, Parvati assumes the appearance of Kalaratri, and then kills Shumbha in her true divine form. Diti is really shocked by this. When Kartikeya reaches adulthood and is ready to fulfil his original purpose for being born, he leaves Kartikai loka and travels to Kailash to study the art of war with his real mother, Parvati. He at first detested his mother.
To protect the occupants of Dev Lok and Kartikeya, Parvati assumes the shape of Katyayani from the yagna performed in the ashram of the sage Katyayana. Kartikeya is now content with his mother. Kartikeya is instructed in the laws of war by Devi Parvati. Tarakasura plans a battle in Kailash in the meantime.
Kartikeya, on the other hand, learns the skills of war and combat from his mother Parvati and defeats Tarakasura.
Diti ultimately gives in to Devi after realising her errors. The devas, including Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma, and the demons, including Diti, congregate in Kailash to perform the Maha Aarti rite to Devi. Devi achieving her Siddhidhatri form and bestowing blessings on everyone marks the conclusion of the event.
|Director||Loknath Pandey, Manish Singh|
|Music By||Saurabh Raj Jain, Lenin Nandi , Shaam Chettri|
|No. of Seasons||1|
|Production Company||Swastik Productions|
|Start Date||10 Feb 2020|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Producer||Siddharth Kumar Tewary, Gayatri Gill Tewary, Rahul Kumar Tewary|
|Name||Devi Adi Parashakti|
|Devi Adi Parashakti Character names||Devi Adi Parashakti Actors real names|
|Adi Parashakti||Rati Pandey|