This magnum opus from the place of Two Mustaches speaks to the Trishul and Damru of Master Shiva. The three purposes of Trishul (spear) have different implications and noteworthiness. They are generally said to speak to different trinities—creation, support and decimation, past, present and future, the three gunas. In the human body, the trishul likewise speaks to where the three principle nadis, or vitality channels (ida, pingala and shushmana) meet at the forehead. Damru represents the Universe which is continually growing and crumbling. From an extension it crumples and afterward it re-extends, this is the procedure of creation. The entire world is only rhythms, vitality rising and falling to rise once more.
In Hinduism, Om is one of the most significant otherworldly images (pratima).The trishula imagery is polyvalent and rich.The syllable is frequently found toward the start and the finish of parts in the vedas, and other hindu content.
Siva’s trishul or pike (the three pointed lance like weapon) speaks to the three gunas – Sattwa, Rajas and Tamas.The Trishul is the insignia of sovereignity. Ruler Siva uses the world through these three gunas, which is the piece of Maya-Shakti or brain and matter. At the end of the day, on the off chance that one had the option to break down the creation of Maya-Shakti, it will be seen as made of the blend of the three Gunas (Sattwa-Rajas-Tamas).