Maha Shivratri 2020

Maha Shivratri 2020: Know when
Maha Shivratri 2020 is auspicious and auspicious for worship Maha Shivratri 2020: According to Hindu calendar, the day of Maha Shivaratri 2020 is considered very special and auspicious. On this maha shivratri day devotees worship and do fast to Mahadev. This year 2020, the festival of Maha Shivaratri 2020 will be celebrate on 21 February, Friday. According to Shivpuran Iin our scriptures, the Chaturdashi of the Krishna Paksha of Phalgun month is called Maha Shivratri. Actually Maha Shivratri is the night of union of Maha Shiva and Maha Shakti. According to religious beliefs, spiritual powers awaken on the night of Maha Shivaratri. It has been told in the scriptures that by taking astrological measures and rituals on this day, all your troubles can be remove and eradicated.
Mahadev and Parvati should be worshiped during the auspicious time on Maha Shivaratri. Auspicious time for Maha Shivaratri Puja – Maha Shivaratri rituals time will start from morning on 21st Feb to the next day on Saturday 22 February 2020. The main worships of the night will be from 7.30 pm to 2.00 am in the mid night. The next day Lord Shiva will be worshiped in the temple in the morning time. Importance of Shiva Maha Shivaratri worship – While worshiping Lord Shiva Mahadev one should be offer and do rituals with bilvapatra, honey, milk, curd, sugar and Ganga water. By doing this, all the problems of the person are remove, overcome and his wishes are fulfilled. Mythological significance of Maha Shivaratri As per mythological belief, Lord Shiva created protection and destruction on this Maha Shivratri holy night. It is also believed that on this auspicious day Maha Shivaratri Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati had an auspicious marriage rituals.
Maha Shivaratri Puja Method – According to Shiv Puran, after getting up early in the morning, after retiring from the bathing, wearing a tilak of ash on the forehead and Siddh Pure Rudraksh Mala on the neck, and devotee should go to the shiv tample and worship Shivalingam methodically and greet Shiva. After that he should take a pious devotion fast in this way.
Maha Shivaratri festival will be celebrated on 21 February in Chaturdashi with Trayodashi. This time special planets are being formed after about 59 years. According to Jyotishacharya Varun Singh Ji, this year Saturn is becoming one of the five Shama Yogas in Panchamahapurusha yoga through its own sign in Capricorn. Which is Raja Yoga. With this, Saturn and Moon will remain in Capricorn, Sun-Mercury combination will remain in Aquarius. And Venus will be in its zodiac sign Pisces. Earlier, a similar state of planets was created in 1961. Maha Shivaratri means Maha Siddha Night There are 3 types of special night mentioned in the texts. In which Sharad Purnima has been called Mohraratri, Deepawali Kaalratri and Mahashivaratri as Siddha Raat. This time, on Mahashivaratri, lunar Saturn is formed with Yuti in Capricorn. Usually Shivaratri and Moon of Capricorn sign are formed in Shravan Nakshatra. Whereas, this time after 59 years Saturn being in Capricorn and Chandra’s communication sequence is becoming a coincidence of Shash Yoga in the square of Saturn. Since Moon is the causal planet of energy and Saturn energy. This yoga holds special significance for the practice and practice of worship. Moon is considered to be the causative planet of mind and Saturn as the recluse. Auspicious results are added to Shiva Puja done in conjunction with them. Coincidence of perfection Jyotishacharya Shri Varun Singh Ji told that Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga is also being made on Mahashivaratri. In this yoga, worship of Shiva-Parvati is considered superior. According to the classical law. However, in the four hours of the night, you can worship it at your convenience. This is how you can worship, there is also a law for night awakening Filling water or milk in an earthen pot, pouring vinegar, mud-flower, rice, etc. on top of it should be offered on the Shivling. Recitation of Shiva Purana and Mahamrityunjaya Mantras Chantings or Panchakaksha Mantra Chantings of Shiva Namah Shivaya should be recited on this day. Also, there is a law for night awakening on Mahashivaratri.

Shiva Panchakshara Stotra

Na, Ma, Śi, Vā and Ya.

Stotra And Meanings

Naagendra Haaraaya TriLochanaaya,

Bhasmanggaraagaaya Maheshvaraaya.

Nityaaya Shuddhaaya DigAmbaraaya,

Tasmay “Na”kaaraaya Namah Shivaaya…

Meaning: The great shiva Who has the King of Snakes as His Garland and, has Three Eyes in his face, Whose Body is Smeared with Sacred Ashes and Who is the Great Lord The supreme God. Who is Eternal, Who is ever Pure and Who has the Four Directions as His Clothes, Salutations to that Shiva, Who is represented by syllable Na, The first syllable of the Panchakshara mantra.

Mandaakini Saleela Chandana -Charchitaaya,



Tasmai “Ma”kaaraaya Namah Shivaaya…

Meaning: Who is Worshipped with Water from the River Mandakini and Smeared with Sandal Paste, Who is the Lord of Nandi and of the Ghosts and Goblins, the Great Lord, Who is Worshipped with Mandara and Many Other Flowers, Salutations to that Shiva, Who is represented by syllable Ma, The second syllable of the Panchakshara Mantra.

Shivaaya Gauri VadanaAbjaVrnda,

Suryaaya Dakshadvara Naashakaaya.

Shri Neelakanntthaaya Vrissa-Dhvajaaya

Tasmai “Si”kaaraaya Namah Shivaaya…

Meaning: Who is Auspicious and Who is like the Sun Causing the Lotus-Face of mother Gauri to Blossom, Who is the Destroyer of the arrogance of Daksha, Who has a Blue Throat and has a Bull as His Emblem, Salutations to that Shiva, Who is represented by syllable Shi, The third syllable of the Panchakshara Mantra.




Tasmai “Va”kaaraaya Namah Shivaaya.

Meaning: Who is Worshipped by the Best and most Respected Sages like Vasishtha, Agastya and Gautama and also by the Gods and Who is the Crown of the Universe, Who has the  Chandra (Moon), Surya (Sun) and Agni(Fire) as His Three Eyes, Salutations to that Shiva, Who is represented by syllable Va The fourth syllable of the Panchakshara Mantra.

Yaksha Svaruupaaya JataaDharaaya,

Pinaaka Hastaya Sanatanaya.

Divyaaya Devaaya Dig-Ambaraaya,

Tasmai “Ya”kaaraaya Namah Shivaaya…

Meaning: Salutations to Shiva, who bears the form of a YAKSHA and Who has Matted Hairs, Who has the Trident in His Hand and Who is Eternal, Who is Divine, Who is the Shining One and Who has the Four Directions as His Clothes (signifying that He is ever Free, Salutations to that Shiva, Who is represented by syllable Ya, The fifth syllable of the Panchakshara Mantra.

Panchaaksharamidam Punnyam Yah Patthet ShivaSamnidhau,

ShivalokamAavaapnoti Shivena Saha Muudate…

Meaning: Whoever Recites this Panchakshara hymn in praise of the five syllables of Na-Ma-Shi-Va-Ya, He is near Shiva Everytime, and Will Attain the Abode of Shiva and enjoy His Bliss.

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