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Maha Shivratri 2023 Date, Vidhi & Timing, Calendar, Muhurat, Puja & More!

Hello readers we are here to inform you about Mahashivratri as there were a lot of people who wanted to ask when Mahashivratri is now going to come so as per the calendar it is on 18th February which is Saturday there were a number of questions that whether Mahashivratri is coming twice in a year so as we are living in India, Stay in touch with our website TheWestMinsterPromenade for the latest entertainment updates!!!!!!

Maha Shivratri 2023

Maha Shivratri 2023

And as per the Hindu mythology calendar, the 14th day of every lunar month which is said to be the eve of the New Moon is one of the darkest nights which is known as Shivratri. However, the 12th will take place each year and this particularly happens nearly around the 18th of February 2023 which is one of the spiritual significance however the main Shivratri known as Maha Shivaratri or great Shivratri

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Maha Shivratri 2023 Date

Which was held on the 13th night and on the 14th day of the month Phalguna. On this particular day, there is a public holiday. If you are not aware so there were several questions that what day did Lord Shiva marry as per the terminology the festival that has been celebrated through the union of Shiva is falling under the shakti falls according to the calendar of Hindus and this is the month of February

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Maha Shivratri Calendar 2023

And March in which Shiva decides to get married and shakti is one of the most important legends which is related to Mahashivratri. Now coming on to the next question regarding when was Shiva born Lord Shiva is not born from the human body but he was created automatically. If you are going to take a fast on Mahashivratri so you can avoid all the food as well as drink however there were

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Maha Shivratri Puja Vidhi

Several people who choose to eat fruits, milk, and dairy products even coconut water so that take and remain hydrated throughout the day. However, salt is completely avoided during the fast and all the food that is being prepared on this day is used as rock salt or sendha namak. However, according to the tradition and Hindu calendar, it is preferred to wear green colour clothes on Mahashivratri as Lord Shiva adores the colour green however you can also go for red white, and yellow.


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