Information about Maha Shivratri Puja
Master Shiva is the third divinity in the Hindu set of three, alongside Lord Brahma and Vishnu. He is the destroyer of all malicious, and the person who offers the best gifts when satisfied. The fundamental celebration that is devoted to the love of Lord Shiva is known as Maha Shivratri. This celebration is praised once per year. During the Hindu month of maagh, on the thirteenth night, the festival of Mahashivratri starts and constant till fourteenth morning. Some accept this to be the night when Lord Shiva wedded Goddess Parvati. This is likewise viewed as the event on which He played out the taandav.
“Shiva Ratri” in a real sense means “Evening of the Lord Shiva”. According to Puranas, during the beating of the sea, a pot of toxin arose, which had the ability to crush the whole world. Master Shiva drank the whole pot of toxic substance (turning his throat blue) to spare mankind subsequently picking up him the name “Neel (Blue) – Kanth (Throat)”. The celebration of Shivratri commends this occasion.
It is to be noticed that Pooja and Homam performed upon the arrival of Maha Shivaratri is viewed as generally promising for bringing Health, Wealth and Happiness, Peace and Prosperity to the admirer.
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Saarthi Welfare Foundation Trust