When is Mahashivaratri in 2023? Know the right time, auspicious time, right method of worship

When is Mahashivaratri in 2023?
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When is Mahashivaratri in 2023?Know the weather, auspicious time, and the correct way of worship

Mahashivaratri 2023: According to the Hindu calendar, the Mahashivaratri festival is celebrated every year on the Chaturdashi date of the Phalgun month Krishna Paksha.

Lord Bholenath and Mother Parvati got married on that day. superior On this day the devotees of Lord Shiva keep a fast with devotion and faith and worship him with rituals.

This auspicious day of marriage of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati is considered to be the best day to get the blessings of Shiva-Parvati.

That's why the worship of Shiva done on the day of Mahashivratri gives many times more results.

Mahashivaratri 2023 date and auspicious time for worship:

According to the Panchang, Chaturdashi Tithi of Phalgun month will start from 8.02 pm on 17th February and end at 4.18 pm on 18th February.

In such a situation, keeping in view the Udaya Tithi, the Mahashivratri will be celebrated on Saturday, February 18, 2023.

Mahashivaratri 2023 Vrat Paran Muhurat:

Those who fast Mahashivratri can perform Paran on the second day, February 19.

The auspicious time for Mahashivratri Vrat Paran is from 06.57 am to 3.33 pm on February 19.

Mahashivratri fasting method:

Apart from this, take a resolution as to how you will keep the fast, that is, fruit-eating or waterless.

On the day of Mahashivratri, wake up early in the morning, take a bath, etc. And vowed to fast wholeheartedly in the presence of Lord Shankar.

Seek the blessing of Lord Shiva to complete Lent during Sankalp.

Worship method of Mahashivratri:

To worship Mahashivaratri, first bathe Lord Shankar with Panchamrit.

Additionally, 8 jars of saffron water are provided and a lamp is lit throughout the evening. Also suitable for sandalwood tilak.

Belpatra, Bhang and Dhatura are the most popular products of Bholenath.

So they offer three types of Belpatra, Cannabis, Datura, Nutmeg, Lotus Gatta, Fruit, Candy, Sweet Paan, Milk, Sandal Perfume, Datura Flower, Ganga Water and Dakshina.

Finally, prasad is distributed to everyone by offering kheer with saffron.

Om Namah Shivaya

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