recognised the divinity of Kapila river and compassion of Lord Siva.
His illustrious son sent later a silver cup set with five kinds of
precious stones at the bottom as his appreciation and a mark of
adoration. And his reign is another superb period that raised the
splendour of the kingdom.
these are preserved and used, and are shown to the devotees, if
requested on their visit. So hoary spiritual literature neither
boosted the glory of the Lord sans basis, nor resorted to
advertising tactics with ulterior motive. Lord Nanjundeswar out of
infinite mercy showers boons and lifts the true devotees always. The
words impartially and unfailingly deserve to be affixed when
remembered His august benevolent auspicious name. That is how the
theists react on listening or reading. but the hard-core agnostics
labeling it as bunkum brush it aside.
As they are highly learned and greatly advanced it is better to
ourselves at safe distance, lest our piety gets tainted by their