MahaShivaratri: Ritual, Ceremony, Festival, Time, Vidhi, Tithi, Date, Celebration, Mantra:- The festival Mahashivaratri is all set to take place this year on 4th March 2019, Monday. It is a very special and sacred sign that this year on 2019, the carnival Mahashivaratri falls on Monday.
The Mahashivaratri is the puja of Lord Shiva, who is one of the famous Hindu deities, on the day of the Mahashivaratri, each Hindu perform puja of Lord Shiva, especially, the young women.
MahaShivaratri Story & Naration
As per believes of Hinduism religion, that when young girls perform the puja and the festival called, Mahashivaratri, they blessed with good fortune and good life partner, also other men and women who perform the festival Mahashivaratri, blessed with good life, good fortune and received accomplished in their every walk of life.
The festival Maha Shivaratri as we all know rejoice in the honor of Lord Shiva. On the day of the festival, Maha Shivaratri, all Hindu people who are going to observe the puja, should wake up in the early morning and observe fast.
Then take shower and wear the new dress, preferably, in all Indian women should appear in the new Sarees, and then they can do and perform the puja of Lord Shiva.
MahaShivaratri: Ritual, Ceremony, Festival, Time, Vidhi, Tithi, Date, Celebration, Mantra
While doing the Maha Shivaratri puja, people, need to bath Lord Shiva’s Shivalinga, with Ganga jal and milk and then decorate him with Chandan, bel patta, phool, dhatura and all. While doing puja, people should offer Prasad to the Lord and then will burn diya, aggarbaati.
People need to chant the mantra “Om Namah Shivaay”, and they can do the Aarti of Lord Shiva which is the very crucial activity of the Maha Shivaratri Puja.
Sometimes, on the day of the ceremony Maha Shivaratri devotes stay awake for the whole night, the next day with their sacred heart and in their pious feelings; they perform the puja of Lord Shiva, chant the mantras of God Shiva and then can also do contemplation and meditation which is touted as sacred commotion of the Hinduism.
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