Mahashivratri 2018: The trifoliate shape of the bel patta is symbolic of the Hindu Trinity of Devas namely Brahma Vishnu and Shiva. Some scriptures also find it symbolic of three eyes of Shiva or ...
On Mahashivratri, various offerings are made to the Shivalingam. As part of Maha Shivratris Abhishekam, the Shiva linga, a signifier of Lord Shiva's abundant power is given a ritualistic bath.
Mahashivratri 2020 is here. One characteristic feature of this auspicious occasion is marked by fasting, where the Lord Shiva devotees follow a special diet or vrat.
Mahashivratri or the 'Grand night of Lord Shiva', is one of the most auspicious and widely celebrated Hindu festivals. According to Hindu belief, there is a Shivaratri in every luni-solar month of the Hindu calendar, ...
According to astrology, the planetary positions on this day are aligned favourably, evoking spiritual energies.
According to Hindu legend, Teej celebrates Lord Shiva's acceptance of Devi Parvati as his wife after her dedication towards him.
Here's what you need to know about Maha Shivaratri Tithi, Vrat Vidhi, Muhurat and Puja Time to celebrate the grand festival.
Offering of bel patta has a much deeper significance in Hindu pooja rituals, as per Puranas and Vedas. It is widely used in worship of Hindu dieties, especially Shiva.
Sawan Shivratri falls in the holy month of Sawan or Shravan, typically around August or September each year. This year Sawan Shivratri is being celebrated today. Sawan Shivratri is an occasion of immense significance among ...
Maha Shivratri translates to 'The Great Night of Shiva' and to mark the festival, many devotees observe fasts through the day.