4.The Stories of Siva and Sati, and Rishabhadeva and Bharata-10.
Then Lord Siva calmed down.
But how could the yajna continue when Daksha’s head had gone?
So a goat’s head was brought and fixed on Daksha, and he was enlivened to the person that he was. He immediately realised his mistake and prostrated—sashtanga namaskaram—before Lord Siva, and chanted the Rudra mantra, Namakam and Chamakam.
Some people humorously say the mantra was made by uttering the sounds cha me, cha me, because goats make that sound.
The yajna was completed. Brahma, Vishnu and Siva blessed the yajna, and everything went on well.
Here, in the tradition of the pantheon of the gods according to the epics and the Puranas,
Lord Siva stands pre-eminent.
He is not an ordinary god.
It is impossible to describe what kind of person he is.
He is a person who wants nothing for himself.
To be continued ..