Wednesday, 10 February 2016

The Actual motive Behind the divine Purpose of Celebrating Maha Shivratri

Before we begin to explain the reason behind maha shivratri let us first understand a shivratri falls every month on the fourteenth day which is the night before full moon and marked as the night of no moon, the meaning of shivaratri is the night of shiva and maha shivratri falls only once a year and that is in the month of phalgun.

There are many stories that are known for its origin and the auspiciousness as it is believed that shiva married his better half Devi parvati on this divine day, so the fall of his marriage also plays an important role in the Significance of Maha Shivratri
According to the Upanishads and Vedas there is one more concept that follows the starting of this festival as at time of samudra manthan that is the churning of the ocean began and a several things came out of which were of the level of the prime in its own, so out of all these things came out the most dangerous and harmful kind of poison that was enough to destroy the whole of universe even the devas and asuras feared it like anything, to get rid of a thing like this they went to shiva to do something about it and to save the world shiva drank it without a delay and captured it in his throat by tightening a snake around his neck which stopped the poison from falling into his gut this is also the reason Why we Celebrate the Maha Shivratri.
The reasons could be enormous as each devotee brings a new reason of its celebration but eventually all of this is marked as the great works that are done by lord shiva and he is remembered on this auspicious day in the month of phalgun, worshipping the Mahadev on this day will make all your desires come true and you will be blessed by the divine blessings of the supreme deity lord shiva, for this year the auspicious date is the seventh of the march.

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