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Deepak2014 Masik Shivaratri Vrat dates for New Delhi, NCT, IndiaDeepak

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Masik Shivaratri
Bhadrapada, Krishna Chaturdashi
New Delhi, India


August 2020

2014 Masik Shivaratri

Masik Shivaratri Dates

Shivaratri is great festival of convergence of Shiva and Shakti. Each month, Chaturdashi Tithi during Krishna Paksha is known as Masik Shivaratri.

Masik Shivaratri in month of Magha is known as Maha Shivaratri according to Amavasyant School. However according to Purnimant School Masik Shivaratri in month of Phalguna is known as Maha Shivaratri. In both schools it is naming convention of lunar month which differs. However both, Purnimant and Amavasyant Schools, celebrate all Shivaratris including Maha Shivaratri on same day.

According to Indian Mythology, in the midnight of Maha Shivaratri, Lord Shiva was appeared in form of Linga. Shiva Linga was first worshipped by Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma. Hence Maha Shivaratri is known as birthday of Lord Shiva and devotees worship Shiva Linga during Shivaratri. Shivaratri Vrat is popular since ancient time. In Hindu Puranas we get references of Shivaratri Vrat. According to scriptures even Goddess Lakshmi, Indrani, Saraswati, Gayatri, Savitri, Sita, Parvati, Rati observed Shivaratri fast.

2014 Masik Shivaratri Vrat Dates
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Masik Shivaratri
January 29, 2014, Wednesday
00 Hours 53 Mins
Magha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 10:49 on Jan 29
Ends - 31:01+ on Jan 29
Maha Shivaratri
February 27, 2014, Thursday
00 Hours 50 Mins
Phalguna, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 20:18 on Feb 27
Ends - 16:50 on Feb 28
Masik Shivaratri
March 29, 2014, Saturday
00 Hours 46 Mins
Chaitra, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 29:06+ on Mar 28
Ends - 26:31+ on Mar 29
Masik Shivaratri
April 27, 2014, Sunday
00 Hours 43 Mins
Vaishakha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 14:01 on Apr 27
Ends - 12:40 on Apr 28
Masik Shivaratri
May 26, 2014, Monday
00 Hours 41 Mins
Jyeshtha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 23:47 on May 26
Ends - 23:46 on May 27
Masik Shivaratri
June 25, 2014, Wednesday
00 Hours 40 Mins
Ashadha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 10:57 on Jun 25
Ends - 12:08 on Jun 26
00 Hours 41 Mins
Shravana, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 23:55 on Jul 24
Ends - 25:57+ on Jul 25
Masik Shivaratri
August 23, 2014, Saturday
00 Hours 44 Mins
Bhadrapada, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 14:49 on Aug 23
Ends - 17:16 on Aug 24
Masik Shivaratri
September 22, 2014, Monday
00 Hours 47 Mins
Ashwina, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 07:29 on Sep 22
Ends - 09:45 on Sep 23
Masik Shivaratri
October 22, 2014, Wednesday
00 Hours 51 Mins
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 25:13+ on Oct 21
Ends - 26:35+ on Oct 22
Masik Shivaratri
November 20, 2014, Thursday
00 Hours 54 Mins
Margashirsha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 18:45 on Nov 20
Ends - 18:42 on Nov 21
Masik Shivaratri
December 20, 2014, Saturday
00 Hours 55 Mins
Pausha, Krishna Chaturdashi
Begins - 10:52 on Dec 20
Ends - 09:16 on Dec 21

Notes: All timings are represented in 24+ hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours past midnight are higher than 24:00 and fall on next day. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

Devotees, who want to observe Masik Shivaratri Vrat, can start it from Maha Shivaratri day and continue it for a year. It is believed that impossible and difficult task can be fulfilled by observing Masik Shivaratri Vrats by the grace of Lord Shiva. Devotees should keep awake during Shivaratri and perform Shiva Puja during midnight. Unmarried women observe this fast to get married and married women observe this fast to maintain peace and tranquility in their married life.

Masik Shivaratri when falls on Tuesday becomes highly auspicious. Shivaratri Pujan is suggested during midnight which is known as Nishita Kaal and prevails for two Ghati. DrikPanchang.com lists Nishita Kaal Muhurta to perform Shiva Pujan for all Shivaratri fasts.

Lord Shiva is also known as Bholenath due to his gullible nature.

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