1. Shiva's Trishul or Trident symbolizes the solidarity of three universes.
The Trident or Trishul of Lord Shiva joins the three universes a person is related with - his inside world, the quick world around him and the more extensive world. The trident demonstrates a congruity between the three; only Lord Shiva has this Trishul among all Indian gods.
2. Among all Indian gods, Ganja/Cannabis is one of the essential contributions in Shiva's love.
On the pleasant day of Shivaratri, the Shaivites, an order of adherents, devour Bhang a drink arranged from cannabis and smoke weed. Well known among the supporters, this is one damnation of an offering for a God.
3. Shiva appears as Nataraja to stifle Apasmara - the image of ignorance.
It is trusted, the diminutive person devil 'Apasmara,' who spoke to ignorance tested Lord Shiva. It was then among all Indian gods Lord Shiva appeared as Nataraja and played out the renowned Tandava or the move of annihilation, in the end smashing the haughty Apasmara under his right foot. Since Apasmara (obliviousness) ought not to kick the bucket to protect the harmony amongst learning and numbness, it is trusted that Indian gods Lord Shiva perpetually stays in his Nataraja frame stifling Apasmara for forever. His Nataraja symbol is a message that ignorance must be overwhelmed by learning, music, and move.
4. One of the iconographical characteristics that set ruler in Indian gods Shiva separated is the presence of his third eye in the forehead. Shiva's third eye represents the future. Along these lines, He is seen as the Lord of every one of the three times – past, present and future. Additionally, while the two eyes remain for sun and moon, the third eye stands for Agni or fire. He is considered supreme among all the Indian gods.