The fourteenth day of every lunar month or the day before the new moon is known as Shivratri. Among all the twelve Shivratris that occur in a calendar year, Mahashivratri, the one that occurs in February-March, is of the most spiritual significance.
It is enormously beneficial for one’s physical and spiritual wellbeing to stay awake and aware in a vertical posture throughout the night.
Why is it celebrated?
Mahashivratri is one of the largest and most significant among the sacred festivals of India. The festival celebrates the Grace of Shiva, who is considered the First Guru within Yogic tradition origins.
Mahashivratri is considered very significant for people, who are on the spiritual path, and also for people with careers and those who are still maintaining the family traditions. For people living with their family, Mahashivratri is worshipped as Lord Shiva’s wedding anniversary. And Few ambitious folks see it as this day, when Lord Shiva as Conqueror of All his enemies.
What to do on Maha Shivratri?
Mahashivratri is the day to honor and celebrate Lord Shiva—honor life and celebrate existence. Most people spend the day of Mahashivratri in prayer, meditation and celebration. Here is a list of what to do on Mahashivratri:
- Observe Fasting
- Chant Om Namah Shivaya
- Attend Mahashivratri Puja or Rudra Puja
- Worship the Shivalinga
On this auspicious occasion, Team Blossom Inc wishes all their customers, partners, system integrators and resellers, “Happy Maha Shivratri”.
Lord Shiva’s glory is limitless, He saves everyone, who seeks his timeless devotion. May Lord Shiva shower HIS blessings on you and your family, this Mahashivaratri. Happy Maha Shivratri, once again..!!!Team Blossom Inc