Lord Shiva: Pioneer of Disruptive Innovation

To establish in me the elements of creation in perfection.

May the greatest that he can make in the world be by me, and by us, by all living things.

I respect this divine potential that Shiva has shown for the common good.”

– (Panchashri Mantra.)

Time is a wonderful transformative tool that tests the four stages of our lives and defines our entire life in a boundless cosmic platform. Time is eternal, created from a breath of divine energy that nourishes the universe. We ourselves have even seen nature used as little tools in the hands of eternal time. Whether it’s the scorching tremors, the sweeping tsunami, the creeping crawling of an earthquake or the fury of a volcano we’ve all seen these natural disasters happen on Earth.

Mythology asserts that God is beyond time, form, space, and sound and has the power to create or destroy time and the universe in a fraction of a second.

God Shiva is the master of eternity, full of life leading the forces of destruction and transformative creation. He is seen in his formidable avatar of Rudra, as a destructive form of the Almighty, destroying everything into nothing. Shiva has done such destruction countless times in different ways – subtle or cruel, but with the world perfectly recreated, we can never understand if he destroyed or recreated it? A goldsmith plays the role of melting existing jewelry to reproduce pure gold that can be used to create other decorations with exquisite design and precision.

Shiva represents the Higher Self, in which one is willing to transcend forward and evolve into cosmic existence.

Schiff, in the truest sense of the word, is the primal pioneer of evolutionary energy and innovation.

Innovation is the introduction of new products into the market to meet times of survival. Not only organizations, but countries and continents are racing to build a strong innovation culture that opens the door to sustainable performance. Moving forward, even individuals innovate themselves by learning new skills, developing character and knowledge and incorporating innovation into their field to be more recognized and successful.

With more than ten types of innovations on the market, a disruptive innovation is an innovation that disrupts the existing arrangement resulting in more improvements or value-added benefits for better rebuilding. Characteristics are derived from a user research process targeting a specific consumer base to provide a specific perimeter in broad disruptive innovation terms.

Tandava is a powerful form of the Shiva dance that fades to re-create the process of creation, preservation, disruption, and recreation in the universe. The tool is a symbol of life cycles that include creation and destruction such as the daily rhythm of life and death. This is how Tandava can balance this perishable world. Tandava is Shiva’s powerful tool for disruptive innovation for the sustenance of the new creation.

Hilal Shiva indicates that we should have a perfect thought process while being vigilant about the environment around us. This quality is important for innovators because they need to have complete knowledge of the market and be alert to market movement. The moon indicates that innovators should think a hundred times and then take a step forward.

Sitting on or wrapped in tiger skin in his meditative trance, Shiva contemplates his next creative cycle. Leopard skin represents a high potential energy in the wearer which is expected to be the most important characteristic of the innovator. The potential energy of the innovator should be a vital aspect that drives the entire innovation process in the form of potential to conquer the goal.

Thomas Edison, the Wright Brothers, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Sergey Penn, Bill Gates, and others did what they imagined based on their potential.

Kamandalu, a bowl containing nectar is always spotted on the ground next to the Shiva. This Kamandalu is not made from gold or silver, but from dry gourd similarly, innovators need to focus on using natural resources, taking care of the environment, conserving energy, and ensuring that sustainability is the top focus when creating innovation.

The watch glass case is a combination of two triangles separated by a fine-line structure. The drum known as damru provides the sound for the tandava dance. The sound of the drum is only heard in deep meditation. For the innovator, this cylinder is a user search tool where the innovator needs to listen to the user’s needs and preference in deep interest and empathy.

The flowing ganga from Shiva’s long, sensual, copper-clad tufts signify abundance, fertility, and a noble cause to support life on earth. Innovation must be done in a state of high spirits, vitality and enthusiasm but human welfare philosophy must be kept in mind for the well-being of human beings and society.

Holding snakes and Rudrakshas represents law, order and justice which are the basics of any science, including the science of turbulence. Innovation must not violate the luxury or the harmony of the environment.

Trident represents action, willpower, and knowledge the three essential qualities of every disruptive innovator. An innovator must possess the ability to turn his ideas into action with tremendous willpower and specialized knowledge.

Nandi, his bull is waiting for Shiva to wake up from meditation, and listen to the universe. remove ignorance. Inheriting wisdom to the followers of Shiva. This is how an innovator should learn; Convince users of the purpose of innovation and how we can mutually advance with invention.

His dance in the hot red flame, rising from his tongue and left hand tells us that everything will be consumed over a period of time, and therefore we need to keep up with the pace.

Lord Shiv and Shiv-tattav (Principles), the power of reproduction in reality are also the elements of disruptive innovation. As we associate these wonderful symbols, myths, and cosmic tools with the science of turbulence innovation, it is clear that the God of Destruction was the original pioneer in turbulence innovation.

Whatever the origins of Shiv, as described in the Puranas and the sacred Vedas, the properties inherent in him and the role he plays in the cosmic activity of the universe, may be clearly regarded as an art or a science of inventing disorder.