You all know that the holy month of Sawan is going on at this time and the deity of the gods is worshipped in this place. You may know that Lord Shivalinga is sitting at 12 places and today we are going to tell you the stories of his two Shivlings. Let's know.
* Nageshwar- Says this Jyotirlinga is located in Nageshwar outside Gujarat. Lord Shiva is the god of serpents and the full meaning of Nageshwar is the God of the serpents. According to the legend, Daruka was a demon who had received a blessing from Goddess Parvati by performing a hard penance. Daruka, who ruled the forest with her husband Daruk, was both brutal and cruel and tortured by the people there.
The people there were plagued by their atrocities and went to the shelter of Maharshi and Arv in order to get rid of their atrocities. Maharishi and Vav listened to their pleas and then cursed the demons that when a demon disrupts a religious act, he will die. Once a group of Vaiskars accidentally reached near the forest and Daruka attacked them and took them captive. The leader of those Vaishyas was a Shiva devotee of the name Supriya.
When Daruk jailed him, he saw that he was remembering his East Dev without fear and fear. Daruk became very angry and ran to kill the beloved, but Supriya remembered Lord Shiva without fear. He told Lord Shiva, "Lord, I am in your refuge. Hearing his call, Lord Shiva appeared from a bill in the corner of the dungeon and along with a huge temple descended there. On the other hand, Daruka started worshipping Goddess Parvati and asked her to protect her offspring.
Then Goddess Parvati begged Lord Shiva to donate life to the descendants of Daruka. Then Shivji said that from the last stage of this era, there would be no demons here and Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, as Jyotirlinga, were established there and from that day they became known as Nageshwar and Nageshwari.
*Rameswaram- This Jyotirlinga is located in a place called Ramnath Pur in Tamil Nadu. Being one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, this place is one of the four shrines of the Hindus. This Jyotirlinga is believed to have been founded by Lord Sriram himself. Lord Rama established the holy Shivalinga with his own hands! The God of Rama, that is, Lord Shiva is Rameshwar.