relation between shiv and mariamman
who is shiv for mariamman
generally she is considered to be a version of parvati therefore she is shakti, Shiva's other half.
Rishi has given correct answer. In my hub you can read an interesting story about Mariamman. Lord Siva and Lordess Sakthi took the incarnations of Jamadhakni and RenukaDevi. RenukaDevi became Mariamman.
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