One of the important names of  Śiva-Mahādeva (Shiva-Mahadeva). The term dīna carries several connotations in Sanskrit : grief, despair, defilement, poverty etc. Mahādeva is the manifestation of Brahma (the Supreme Being), of wisdom, of overwhelming bliss; a symbol of sanctity and luminosity. Therefore, grief, despair or defilement cannot affect Mahādeva. He remains instated beyond these circumstances. Correspondingly, he is Adīna (Adina). He is the Jagadīṣvara (Jagadishwara), the entire cosmos belongs to him; he is the lord of everything which is precious in this macrocosm. As the lord of every opulence in the world beginning from wisdom to material prosperity, he is Adīna. Resultantly, he does not keep the prayers of his worshipper unheard or unfulfilled; to his absolute devotee, he keeps nothing due. A true devotee offering himself at his feet acquires all desired affluence- in this sense, Nīlakaṇṭha (Nilakantha) the annotator, has elaborated on the significance of Adīna Mahādeva. The Jagadīṣvara, paying respect to whom instantly brought kingdom to Sugrīva (Sugriva) and Vibhīṣaṇa (Vibhishana), is known as Adīna –

adinaḥ mahāmanāḥ sugrīvavibhīṣaṇadivyaḥ
praṇatimatreṇ rajyapradaḥ