Maha ShivRatri is the second most widely celebrated religious festival observed by the Hindu people across India, to worship Lord Shiv Jee. It is celebrated on the night of Chaturdashi Tithi (fourteenth lunar day) of Krishna Paksh (dark lunar half) of Phalgun month of our Hindi calendar. In different parts of India and abroad, this ‘Vrat’ is celebrated with very much devotion and zeal.
In the temples of Lord Shiv Jee, people gather in huge numbers to offer water, milk, honey, curd, juice of sugarcane, etc., to ‘Shiv Lingam’ after observing day long fast. It is widely celebrated across the globe now-a-days by the devotees of Baba BholeNath. It is believed that Lord Shiva get pleased, if someone just put a pot full of water on ShivLingam only.
Our death comes under the jurisdiction of Lord Shiv Jee also. If He is pleased, then He can deter one’s death also and can grant new lease of life. One of the most powerful deity of ‘TriDev’ Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar, the power of destruction of the world is given to Him only.
This tithi is perfect for performing remedial measures for ‘Dosha’s present in one’s horoscope. Remedy for ‘Kaal Sarp Dosha’ can also be done on this auspicious muhurat, at a Shiva Temple, to get relief. The Moon becomes very weak on the fourteenth lunar day of a dark lunar half (Krishan Paksh).
Lord Shiv Jee have kept the Moon, in His head to protect Her from dying. So, it is a very powerful muhurat to eradicate life threatening diseases from one’s body. The Moon is the significator of our mind also and the Moon becomes auspicious for us by performing Shiv Pujan. The Moon keeps on fluctuating in the sky, from day to day, to create instability in our lives.
Shiv Pujan brings stability and invites prosperity at our home. To book an Online Puja, you may visit our website www.StarsTell.com or call at 8588009900 to talk to an Astrologer, in detail. Many of the shortcomings, that are present in the horoscope of a native, may be eradicated by performing Puja on this very auspicious day.