Prof. Kiran Sarna, Smt. Shantala B. Appa


“Veerashaivism, though considered a universal religion, had not taken deep roots in the maps and had not spread widely before the advent of Basaveshwar in the 12th century” said Dr. Jaware Gowda.

Commenting on the proofs regarding Veerashaiva religion found in Mohenjodaro and Harappa, Patil has clarified, “The origin of the features of Veerashaivism like wearing of Linga on body, worshipping Shiva in the form of Ishtalinga, faith In Shaktivishistadvaita philosophy and worship of Nandi as Shiva’s vehicle are found in the rituals of the people of Mohenjo-Daro period”.

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