Information about Lord Shiva's Archana with Bilva Patras
Master Shiva is the third divinity in the Hindu set of three, alongside Lord Brahma and Vishnu. He is the destroyer of all malevolent, and the person who presents the best favors when satisfied. The period of Shravan is devoted to Lord Shiva and playing out any Pooja and Homa during this month is viewed as exceptionally propitious and advantageous.
The Shrawan Maas ( Month ) is the fifth month in the Hindu Calendar. During this month, the Nakshatra Shravan is the decision Star on full Moon day and thusly this month has been named as Shravan. This whole month is committed to Lord Shiva and loving him during this month is said to bring most Auspicious outcomes and endowments of Lord Shiva. By performing Puja Archana during this Shrawan, an individual gets great wellbeing, riches and bliss. He is shielded from a wide range of Evil impacts and Enemies.
The most favorable method of revering Lord Shiva is by performing Archana of Bilva leaves, of the Tree known as Bilva Tree. This is a consecrated Tree and is of high repute to Lord Shiva. An intersection of three leaves of Bilwa Tree is called Bilva Dal which is supposed to be a portrayal of Lord Shiva’s weapon Trident (Trishul).
The Bilva Tree has been applauded and referenced in different Vedic Texts to specify a couple as :
1. In section 1.1.21 of Shiva Purana, Sage Romaharshana discloses to different sages of Naimishaaranya as follows :
A Bilva natural product should be an epitome and show type of Lord Shiva himself. It is accepted that all the spots of journey stay at the base of the Bilva Tree.
2. In the notable Bilva Ashtakam, a ton has been underlined about contribution even a solitary leaf of Bilva to Lord Shiva particularly during the Shravan month.
3. The Shree Suktam devoted to Goddess Lakshmi ji referenced as follows :
“Aadityavarne Tapasodhijaato Vanaspatistava Vrukshotha Bilvaha Tasya Falaani Tapasaa Nudantu Mayanta Raayashcha Baahya Alakshmihi”
Goodness Goddess Lakshmi, you are as brilliant as the Sun, the consecrated Tree of Bilva was delivered by your devoted tapasya. May this Tree eliminate my interior and outer hardships and neediness.
4. In Mahalakshmi Ashtotra Shatnama Stotram, Goddess Lakshmi ji has been named as Bilva Nilayam which implies the person who lives in the Bilva Tree.
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