MEANING OF HAR HAR MAHADEV IN ENGLISH
Har Har Mahadev is a chant associated with Lord Shiva.
There are two meanings that seem to be associated with it. I am listing them both. The latter seems to be the more appropriate though.
1) Har Har Mahadev used as a war-cry. Here ‘Har’ refers to the Hindi word ‘Har’ meaning everyone. So, the complete chant means ‘Everyone is Lord Shiva’. This chant fills the soldiers with fervor and belief in themselves.
This explanation can be found at a number of places. I found it in the books Shiva Trilogy authored by Amish Tripathi.
2) The second meaning states that the word ‘Har’ is actually the Sanskrit word ‘Hara’ which means to take away. Another very common usage of the word ‘Hara’ is in reference to the kidnapping of Sita by Raavan in Ramayana. That part is known as ‘Sita-Haran’, i.e: taking away of Sita.
So, in Hara Hara Mahadev, we are pleading Lord Shiva to take away our sorrows, anger, jealousy, etc.
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