Shri Mahesh Ji : Destroyer God of Hindu Trimurti
Hindu Trimurti Brahma Vishnu Mahesh
Jai Shiv Onkara Harshiv Onkara.
Brahma Vishnu Sadashiv Ardhangi Dhara.
Ekanan Chaturanan, Panchanan Raje.
Hansanun Garudasun Vrishvahan Sajaye.
Do Bhuj Char Chattur Bhuj, Dash Bhuj Te Sohae.
Teeno Roop Nirakhta, Tri Bhuvan Jam Mohe.
Akashmala Banmala Rundmala Dhari.
Chandan Mrigmad Chanda, Bhale Shubh Kari.
Shavetambar Pitambar, Baggambar Ange.
Sankadik Bramadik, Bhytadik Sange.
Kar Madhya Ch Kamandal, Chakra Trishul Dharta.
Jag-Karta Jag-Harta, Jag Palan Karta.
Brahma Vishnu Sada Shiv, Janat Aviveka.
Pranvakshar Ke Madhya, Ye Teen Eka.
Trigun Swami Ji ke Aarti, Jo Koi Gave.
Kahat Shivanand Swami, Man Vanchit Phal Pawe.
Shri Mahesh Ji (Shiv Ji) is one of the Hindu Trimurti or Tridev associated with the destruction of the universe and so called destroyer god in Hindu Mythology. The others two Hindu Gods in the trinity are Brahma and Vishnu.
Shiva is a major Hindu deity, and one aspect of Trimurti. In the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism, Shiva is seen as the Supreme God. In the Smarta tradition, he is regarded as one of the five primary forms of God.
Hindu Tridev / Trimurti
The Hindu Trimurti / Tridev is a concept in Hinduism in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified by the forms of Brahma the creator, Vishnu the maintainer or preserver, and Mahesh (Shiva) the destroyer or transformer. These three deities have been called Tridev ~ the Hindu triad, Great Trinity, often addressed as "Brahma - Vishnu - Maheshvara".
One type of depiction for the Trimurti shows three heads on one neck, and often even three faces on one head, each looking in a different direction.