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Maha Shivratri 2018 Special Whats app Status - Facebook Sms- Quotes-Wishes-Greetings-Gif Animated Pictures

Maha Shivratri, celebrated on February 13 this year, will see devotees of Shiva across the world come together and offer the god praises and prayers for blessings. The festival is observed with utmost care and devotion by devotees who fast rigorously and bathe in the holy waters of river Ganga on this day. It is believed that the custom will give them absolution from their sins and give them moksha.


This auspicious Hindu festival falls on the 13th night and 14th day of the New Moon day according to the Hindu calendar. It is believed that on this day Lord Shiva got married to Goddess Parvati and on the same night he performed the Tandava dance. On this day, devotees observe fast and pray all night long to seek blessings from the Mahadeva. Women perform puja and worship Goddess Parvati also known as Gaura and it said that Goddess grants them with a good husband and a long married life. Devotees wake up early and take a ritual bath. Later they visit a temple and perform special puja and arti for Mahashivratri. Devotees offer fruits, flowers and bel leaves to the Shiva Linga and observe fast.

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Shivratri blessings to you and your family.

May the almighty Lord Shiva bless you all with good things and perfect health. 

Maha Shivratri ke is utsav par Bhagwan Shiv aur maa Shakti is kripa aap sab par bani rahe.

On this pious occasion of Mahashivaratri, many many greetings to all of you. May Lord Shiva shower on you his blessings with happiness, prosperity & peace.
 
Let's spend the night of Maha Shivaratri by chanting the holy name of Shiva. Happy Maha Shivaratri.

Om Namah Shivay! May there be light and happiness in your life from this day on. God bless all!

May the glory of Shiva Shankar uplift your soul and banish all your troubles.

Om Mein Hi Aastha, Om Mein Hi Vishwas,
Om Mein Hi Shakti, Om Mein Hi Sansar,
Om Se Hi Hoti Hai Achhe Din Ki Shuruaat,
Bolo – เฅ Om Namha Shivay เฅ

Bhagwan Bholenath, I pray to you for all the people in this world.
Please give everyone happiness, peace and lots of smiles.
This is my prayer for today.Om Namah Shivaaye!!
Happy Maha Shivratri...

Maha Shivratri 2018 Special Quotes-Wishes

‘I want the world to know that the originator of yoga is the Adiyogi, Shiva himself’ – Sadhguru
 
‘Adiyogi predates all religion; in celebration of the universality of his methods, this glorious face of 112 ft height’ – Sadhguru
 
‘Adiyogi is a symbol, a possibility, and a source of tools to transform yourself and create your own life’ – Sadhguru
 
‘The significance of Adiyogi is he provided methods to evolve human consciousness that are relevant for all times’ – Sadhguru
 
‘The spine of knowledge that the Adiyogi created is the source of almost everything you can call spiritual on the planet’ – Sadhguru
 
‘In the yogic culture, Shiva is seen as the Adi (first) Yogi – the source of knowing and liberation’ – Sadhguru

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Maha Shivratri Festival Celebration - Traditions and Customs of Shivaratri - Legends -Tradition of Drinking Thandai

Maha Shivratri Festival Celebration

Shivaratri Celebrations in India are marked with devotion and religious fervor. Joy is writ large on the faces of millions of Lord Shiva devotees as they start preparing for the biggest Lord Shiva festival in advance. Celebrations of Shivaratri began with the break of the dawn on the Shivratri day and continue all though the night. Devotees observe fast and spend the day in devotion and worship of Lord Shiva. Many worshippers also participate in the jaagran or the night vigil organized in various Shiva temples across the country. Devotees believe that sincere observance of Shivaratri puja and all night worship of Lord Shiva will absolve them of all their sins and liberate them from the cycle of birth and death.

Traditions and Customs of Shivaratri 

Various traditions and customs related to Shivaratri Festival are dutifully followed by the worshippers of Lord Shiva. Devotees observe strict fast in honor of Shiva, though many go on a diet of fruits and milk some do not consume even a drop of water. Devotees strongly believe that sincere worship of Lord Shiva on the auspicious day of Shivaratri, absolves a person of sins and liberates him from the cycle of birth and death. Shivaratri is considered especially auspicious for women. While married women pray for the well being of their husbands unmarried women pray for a husband like Lord Shiva, who is regarded as the ideal husband.

 
To mark the Shivratri festival, devotees wake up early and take a ritual bath, preferably in river Ganga. After wearing fresh new clothes devotees visit the nearest Shiva temple to give ritual bath to the Shiva Lingum with milk, honey, water etc.

On Shivaratri, worship of Lord Shiva continues all through the day and night. Every three hours priests perform ritual pooja of Shivalingam by bathing it with milk, yoghurt, honey, ghee, sugar and water amidst the chanting of รข€ล“Om Namah Shivaya’ and ringing of temple bells. Nightlong vigil or jaagran is also observed in Shiva temples where large number of devotees spend the night singing hymns and devotional songs in praise of Lord Shiva. It is only on the following morning that devotee break their fast by partaking prasad offered to the deity. 
 
Maha Shivratri Legends
 
There are various interesting legends related to the festival of Maha Shivaratri. According to one of the most popular legends, Shivaratri marks the wedding day of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Some believe that it was on the auspicious night of Shivaratri that Lord Shiva performed the ‘Tandava’, the dance of the primal creation, preservation and destruction. Another popular Shivratri legend stated in Linga Purana states that it was on Shivaratri that Lord Shiva manifested himself in the form of a Linga. Hence the day is considered to be extremely auspicious by Shiva devotees and they celebrate it as Mahashivaratri - the grand night of Shiva. 

Tradition of Drinking Thandai
 
Since Lord Shiva is regarded as an ascetic god, Maha Shivratri is very popular with ascetics. Thandai, a drink made with bhang (cannabis), almonds, and milk, is essentially drunk by the devout on the day as cannabis is said to have been very dear to Shiva.
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