Om Namah Shivay, Star Jalsha Drama Serial Watch Online

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Om Namah Shivay
Category:
Family Drama, Hindi Drama, Mythology,
Release date:
07 May 2018
Duration:
21.12 minutes
Episodes:
142 as of 10th November 2018
Production:
Creative Eye
Director:
Dheeraj Kumar
Actors:
Shiva, Kama/Shiva, Shakti/Parvati, Shakti/Sati, Narada
Season:
1

About Drama Serial Om Namah Shivay

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Om Namah Shivay is an Indian Drama Serial that was first premiered on Star Jalsha channel on 07 May 2018. Short name for Om Namah Shivay is ONS watch online. Its Latest Episode was broadcast on 10 Nov 2018 at Star Jalsha channel and was of 21.12 minutes duration.Drama Serial is production of Creative Eye and is directed by Dheeraj Kumar . You can watch All Episodes of Om Namah Shivay Star Jalsha Today Episode here in best quality. Om Namah Shivaya (Devanagari: ॐ नमः शिवाय [1]; IAST: Om Namaḥ Śivāya). It is one of the most popular Hindu Mantra and the most important mantrain Shaivism. Namah Shivaya means "O salutations to the auspicious one!", or “adoration to Lord Shiva". It is called Siva Panchakshara, or Shiva Panchakshara or simply Panchakshara meaning the "five-syllable" mantra (viz., excluding the Om) dedicated to Lord Shiva. It Is a holy salutation to Lord Shiva. This Mantra appears as 'Na' 'Ma' 'Śi' 'Vā' and 'Ya' in the Shri Rudram hymn which is part of the Krishna Yajurveda[2] and also in the Rudrashtadhyayi which is a part of the Shukla Yajurveda.

Om Namah Shivaya (Devanagari: ॐ नमः शिवाय [1]; IAST: Om Namaḥ Śivāya). It is one of the most popular Hindu Mantra and the most important mantrain Shaivism. Namah Shivaya means "O salutations to the auspicious one!", or “adoration to Lord Shiva". It is called Siva Panchakshara, or Shiva Panchakshara or simply Panchakshara meaning the "five-syllable" mantra (viz., excluding the Om) dedicated to Lord Shiva. It Is a holy salutation to Lord Shiva. This Mantra appears as 'Na' 'Ma' 'Śi' 'Vā' and 'Ya' in the Shri Rudram hymn which is part of the Krishna Yajurveda[2] and also in the Rudrashtadhyayi which is a part of the Shukla Yajurveda.