27 February, 2022

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Hello friends and welcome to Mixing Images, I am your dear friend Vikas Yadav. Friends, in today's post, we talked about Shivratri. In today's post, I am going to post some cute and beautiful images of Shivratri for you, after seeing which you will be very happy and you will feel very good. So let's start again.

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Mahashivaratri is a religious festival of Hindus, which is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Mahadev, the Shiva, the presiding deity of Hinduism. Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha is celebrated in the month of Falgun, the festival of Maha Shivaratri. On this day, Shiva devotees and those who have faith in Shiva keep fasting and especially worship Lord Shiva.

There are some beliefs related to Lord Shiva regarding Maha Shivaratri. It is believed that Lord Shankar was descended on this special day in the form of Rudra of Brahma on the midnight. At the same time, it is also believed that on this day Lord Shiva opened his third eye by doing Tandava and ended the universe with the flame of this eye. Apart from this, in many places, this day is also associated with the marriage of Lord Shiva and it is believed that Lord Shiva and mother Parvati were married on this holy day.

Although there is a Shivaratri in every month, this Shivaratri which falls on the Krishna Chaturdashi of Phalgun month has great significance, hence it is called Maha Shivaratri. In fact, Maha Shivaratri is the festival of worship of Lord Bholenath, when the religious people worship Mahadev with rituals and receive his blessings. On this day a large number of devotees throng the Shiva temples, who consider themselves fortunate to worship Shiva.

On the day of Mahashivaratri, Lord Shiva is worshiped and anointed with various holy things and Bilvapatra, Dhatura, Abir, Gulal, Ber, Umbi, etc. are offered. Lord Shiva loves cannabis so many people also offer cannabis to him. Fasting is done throughout the day and after worshiping it is done in the evening.


Mahashivratri is a Hindu festival or festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva. This day falls in February or March every year by the end of the winter months.

The festival of Shivaratri is the convergence of Shiva and Shakti. According to the South Indian calendar, Mahashivratri is celebrated on the Chaturdashi date, the Krishna Paksha of the month of Magh.

In India, Mahashivaratri is celebrated at night. On this day the temples of Shivji are decorated in a very beautiful way. In big cities, the paths of temples and temples are decorated with beautiful colored lights, which look very beautiful at night, very bright or preparing for Prabha.

The Shivratri fair of Mandi is the most famous place for the celebration of Mahashivratri. Shiva devotees from far and wide visit this Shivratri fair in Mandi. It is believed that more than 200 goddesses and deities are there on Mahashivaratri. The town is situated on the banks of the Beas River.

It is the oldest city in Himachal Pradesh which has more than 81 different temples to different deities. Mahashivratri is a very important festival in Kashmir Shaivite. Shivaratri festival is celebrated on the marriage anniversary of Lord Shiva and Parvati. The festival starts 3-4 days before Shivaratri and continues two days after Shivaratri.

The temples that celebrate Mahashivaratri extensively are Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, and Telangana. Although Shiva is worshiped in all cities in entire India, in central India, Shiva is the highest devotee.

Mahakaleshwar Temple of Ujjain - Shiva is considered one of the most sacred and revered shrines. On the day of Mahashivaratri, lakhs of devotees gather here to worship and bless Shiva.

Tilwara Ghat of Jabalpur city - and Jeonara village, Seoni are other such religious places where the festival of Shivaratri is celebrated with great pomp.

The Shiva Linga is worshiped at the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Kashi, Varanasi, which is considered a symbol of the pillar of light and Shiva is considered the light of supreme knowledge.

Mahashivratri is celebrated with great reverence and grandeur in Nepal as well, but it is most celebrated in the Pashupatinath temple. Shiva devotees also visit the famous Shiva Shakti Peetha here in thousands. The Nepalese army parades around the city of Kathmandu while paying homage to Lord Shiva on this occasion and also chants sacred mantras.

Classical music and dance are performed at many places on the night of Mahashivratri. On this day, married women wish for their husbands to be of long life and unmarried girls wish to have masters like Shiva God.


By the way, many stories have been read in the Puranas depicting the reason for celebrating the festival of Mahashivaratri. Today we are going to tell you some important Shivji story of them -


Once upon a time, the ocean churned in search of nectar. Both the deity and the asura participated in this Samudra Manthan. During the churning of the ocean, a poison plot was produced. Seeing the pot of poison, fear of gods and asuras created panic because that poison had so much power that the whole world could collide.

All the gods reached out to Lord Shiva to ask for help. To save the world from the outbreak of poison, Shivji drank the subject but did not let it go down his throat. Shivaji's gala turned blue due to the power of poison. Shivji is known as Neel Khant because his throat turns blue.


Once upon a time, there was a tribal man. He was an immense devotee of Lord Shiva. Once he went to take wood in the forest. Due to too late while bringing wood, it became dark and he forgot the way. He could not proceed due to darkness and lack of way.

In the night, terrible sounds of wild animals were heard in the forest. He climbed a tall tree to fear wild animals and avoid them. He devised an idea to avoid the fear of falling from the tree when sleepy.

He thought that he would keep breaking down the trees of the tree overnight and fall down so that he could not fall asleep and fall. Taking the name of Lord Shiva, he broke the leaves one by one and started to fall down.

It was morning while doing so. The tree on which that person was sitting was a vine tree. When he looked down, he saw a penis on which he had dropped a thousand vine leaves. Due to which Shivji was very happy and blessed him with divine bliss.

Devotees hear this story on Mahashivaratri at night and on that day they all fast. After the fasting story of the night, all the devotees receive the offerings of Shiva.


Aromatic flowers are used in the worship of all Hindu deities. But do you know that Ketki / Kevda Phul is not offered in the worship of Shiva? Let's know

Once upon a time, two of the Lord Brahma and Vishnu Ji in Trinath fight a fight over who is the most powerful and superior among them? Seeing their fight, all the gods were frightened and requested Shiva to stop their fight in any way.

To stop the fight between the two, Shivji explained to them but they refused. In the end, Shiva built himself a firewall between Brahma and Vishnu to stop them both. All the gods made this rule that the one who finds the end of this fire (the end of Shivling) will be the best.

Both Dev Vishnu and Brahma Ji set out to find the end of the fire to show their primacy. Brahma Ji took the form of a swan and he flew upwards to find the end of the firewall decided by Shiva and Vishnu Ji took the form of Varaha and went towards the earth to find the end of the firewall.

But there was no end to the fire created by Shiva. Then Brahma Ji saw that a ketaki or kevda flower is falling from above. Then Brahma Ji asked Kevade flower that - where are you coming from? Kevda flower answered from the top end of this fire.

Then Brahma Ji took the Ketki flower and took it as Shakashi. Vishnu Ji also returned due to not getting the last end of the fire. After coming back, Brahma Ji told Vishnu Ji that he had reached the end and he also brought Ketki / Kevda flowers from there. Ketki flower also supported him in this untrue.

Seeing the untruth of Brahma, Shivji was very angry, and he appeared there. Shivji said that I am the originator, cause, and master of the world. Lord Shiva cursed Brahma Ji with strong criticism and said that no worship will ever be prayed to him.

Shivji also punished the Ketki or Kevade flower for supporting the untruth, saying that Ketki flowers will never be used in worship. Kateki flowers are offered to Shivji only on Shivratri one day.

As the day was the dark half of the 14th half of the month of Phalgun and Shiva had dressed as a lingam, this day is celebrated as Mahashivratri.


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