Mahashivaratri 2023: Shivling worship method, what to offer on Shivling

 Mahashivaratri 17 or 18 Feb ? Shivling worship method, what to offer on Shivling

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On the day of Mahashivratri, Lord Bholenath sits among all the shivlings on earth. Therefore, worshiping Shiva on Mahashivratri day brings good results several times over. This auspicious day for the marriage of Lord Shiva and Parvati's mother is considered the best day to receive Shiva-Parvati's blessing.

It is said that on this day the one who pleases Bholenath, understands that all the troubles go away from his life. Lord Shiva, the king of Universe, avoids even death. This time Mahashivaratri is considered very special, because on this day many rare combinations of yoga are taking place, in which the worship of Shiva-Parvati will give double results.

Coincidence of Shani Trayodashi on Mahashivratri (MahaShivratri 2023 Shubh Yoga)

Shivratri and Pradosh Vrat are very dear to Lord Shiva. This year, on the day of Mahashivratri itself, Shani Pradosh Vrat is coinciding. Worship Shiva at night during Pradosh Vrat. Bholenath is said to dance on the Kailash at night in good spirits and at the same time, devotees worships Mahadev definitely gets the blessings of Shiva Shambhu. Shani Pradosh is considered to remove Shani Dosh. Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is also being formed on this day.

Mahashivaratri 2023 Dates and Auspicious Hours of Prayer According to Panchang, the Chaturdashi Tithi of Phalgun month starts on February 17 at 8:02 pm and ends on February 18 at 4:18 pm. In this context, in consideration of Udaya Tithi, this year's Mahashivratri festival will be celebrated on Saturday, February 18, 2023. Since Shiva is worshiped during the four hours of the Midnight Shiva (Nishita Kaal Muhurta) and evening, this year devotees have a special opportunity to please the Bholenath the day of Mahashivratri i.e. from sunrise on February 18 to sunrise on the next day, February 19. Worshiping Lord Shiva for the whole 24 hours will be very fruitful.

Auspicious time of Mahashivaratri and Pradosh Vrat

Chaturdashi Tithi for Mahashivaratri starts on 18th February 2023 at 8:02pm and ends on 19th February 2023 at 4:18pm..

Nishita Kaal's Hours - February 18, from 11:52pm to 12:42pm First Hour Hours - February 18, 6:40pm to 9:46pm Second hour of worship - from 9:46 am to 12:52 pm Third Hour of Worship – February 19, 12:52pm to 3:59pm

Fourth hour worship time - February 19, from 03:59 am to 07:05 am

Time of Paran - Paran Time - 19 February 2023 from 06:10 to 14:40

Pradosh Vrat will start on 17 February 2023, Friday, at 11.36 pm and will end on 18 February 2023, Saturday, at 08.02 pm.

According to Udaya Tithi, Pradosh Vrat was only observed on February 18. The worship time for Shani Pradosh Vrat will be from 06.13 pm to 08.02 pm.

Mahashivratri fasting method

On the day of Mahashivratri, wake up early in the morning, take a bath  and take a pledge to fast in front of Lord Shankar with full devotion.

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

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

Worship method of Mahashivratri

To worship Mahashivaratri, first bathe Lord Shankar with Panchamrit. Milk, ghee, sugar, honey, curd and Ganges water are offered devoutly. It is very auspicious to offer water mixed with saffron. 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. Therefore, we provide three types of Belpatra, Cannabis, Dhatura, Nutmeg, Lotus Gatta, Fruit, Candy, Sweet Paan, Perfume and Dakshina. Do not serve tulsi, kevda water, ketaki flower or coconut water on shivling.

After all, distribute prasad to everyone by offering kheer containing saffron.

Offering kheer and bananas to Lord Shiva on this day is considered very auspicious. on this day. Light the lamp. Chant the mantra Om Namah Shivay 108 times after Abhishek.

Chant other mantras of Lord Shiva as well

Om Namo Bhagavate Rudraya[ॐ नमो भगवते रूद्राय]

 Also chant the mantras Om Namah Shivaya Rudraya Shambhavaya Bhavanipataye Namo Namah.[ ॐ नमः शिवाय रूद्राय् शम्भवाय् भवानीपतये नमो नमः]

Do read Shiv Puran on this day.

Vigils are also held on Mahashivratri day. Worshiping Lord Shiva during Mahashivratri and fasting brings all kinds of good luck and prosperity in life.

Doing this work on Mahashivaratri will remove the crisis

To get rid of obstacles and problems in life, observe fast on the day of Mahashivaratri. Offer black sesame seeds to Lord Shiva. Feed the helpless people the next day. 

After this open your fast. Donate to the needy. By doing this, the troubles of life will go away and happiness, prosperity and good fortune will increase.

According to Shivpuran, Lord Shiva first appeared as a shivling on the day of Mahashivaratri. For this reason, Mahashivaratri is celebrated every year on the Chaturdashi date of Krishna Paksha in the month of Phalgun. Apart from this, the wedding ceremony of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati takes place at Falgun Krishna Chaturdashi and thus Mahashivaratri is also celebrated. It is believed that by fasting at Mahashivaratri and worshiping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, problems in married life disappear and one's married life remains prosperous.

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