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  • (diff | hist) . . m Shiva‎; 21:43 . . (+21). .Jn045 (talk | contribs)(Disambiguated: SatiSati (Hindu goddess); Help needed: Mahadeva) (Tag: Dispenser [2.4])
  • (diff | hist) . . m Shiva‎; 18:59 . . (+78). .RealSaimon (talk | contribs)(Shiva is considered ParaBrahman i.e the highest reality within the school of Shaivism.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Shiva‎; 18:37 . . (-129). .Usernamekiran (talk | contribs)(Added recently removed children. Removed transliteration from source which were not being refelcted in article. Made sure devnagari script refects in article.) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Shiva‎; 18:16 . . (-13). .RealSaimon (talk | contribs)(In reality, Shiva doesn't have any images. All the images and idols are just symbolizing the aspect of Shiva. Shiva in his highest state of existence is timeless, formless and the eternal truth. He is the parabrahman of the Vedas.)