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Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri
Maha Shivaratri
Description: Maha Shivaratri is one of the most significant festivals among Hindus. Maha Shivaratri is also known as Shivratri or Great night of Lord Shiva. It is believed that on this day Lord Shiva was married to Goddess Parvati. People celebrate the festival by worshipping Lord Shiva and by observing a day long fast.
Also Called: Great night of Lord Shiva, Shivratri
Significance: Wedding day of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati
Deity(s): Lord Shiva
Key Rituals: Shiva Puja
Mythological Figures: Goddess Parvati
2019 Maha Shivaratri date: March 04 (Monday)
2020 Maha Shivaratri date: February 21 (Friday)
2021 Maha Shivaratri date: March 11 (Thursday)
2022 Maha Shivaratri date: March 01 (Tuesday)
Hindu Calendar Date:
Purnimanta - Chaturdashi Tithi of Phalguna month (Krishna Paksha)
Amanta - Chaturdashi Tithi of Magha month (Krishna Paksha)
2021 Maha Shivaratri Muhurat:
New Delhi - 12:06 AM to 12:55 AM, Mar 12
Pune - 12:20 AM to 01:08 AM, Mar 12
Chennai - 11:55 PM to 12:43 AM, Mar 12
Kolkata - 11:22 PM to 12:10 AM, Mar 12
Hyderabad - 12:02 AM to 12:50 AM, Mar 12
Ahmedabad - 12:25 AM to 01:13 AM, Mar 12
Noida - 12:06 AM to 12:54 AM, Mar 12
Jaipur - 12:12 AM to 01:01 AM, Mar 12
Mumbai - 12:24 AM to 01:12 AM, Mar 12
Gurgaon - 12:07 AM to 12:56 AM, Mar 12
Bengaluru - 12:05 AM to 12:53 AM, Mar 12
Chandigarh - 12:08 AM to 12:57 AM, Mar 12
Observances:
  • Worshipping Lord Shiva with Bael-Patra
  • Observing day long fasting
  • Chanting holy Mantra Om Namah Shivaya praising Lord Shiva
Recipe:
  • Bhang and Thandai
  • Sabudana Khichdi
  • Puri and Halwa with Singhada and Rajgira flour
Attire:
  • Traditional Indian clothes
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