There is an Indian Name shivAni formed by adding the feminine suffix to shiva. The origin of shiva is probably from a root meaning to grow or swell, and may be related to words for the male generative organ and corpses; though it is usually explained in religious terms from a root meaning to lie down with the implication that everything reposes in shiva. He is mainly (Hinduism is syncretic and often identifies deities of multiple origins) a non-Indoeuropean deity who was associated with welfare, generation, and animals and today is the `destroyer' among the holy trinity in Hindu mythology, and is easily pleased and calm. In its earliest uses the word means auspicious and calm, and those attributes still describe him most closely in current mythology.
His wife (shivani) is durga (difficult to cross), the daughter of Himalaya, and a very loved divine character in Bengal. She is personification of all beneficial power, though when called shivani, one is emphasizing the ascetic and peaceful side.
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