Masik Shivratri 2017

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Masik Shivarathri is dedicated to lord Shiva. Masa Shivaratri is also referred as Maas Shivratri or Masa Shivaratri or Maasa Shivarathri. Masa Shivaratri will be celebrated in every month according to Hindu lunar calendar. Masa Shivaratri or Mas Shivratri falls on fourteenth day of the Krishna-Paksha Chaturdasi of each traditional Hindu lunar month. Krishna-Paksha is the dark fortnight of a lunar month. Lord Shiva embodied three qualities they are Art of Living, Art of Loving and Art of Giving.

Masik Shivratri 2017
Masik Shivratri 2017
Procedure of Masa Shivaratri:

On the day of Masa Shivaratri people will chant Panchakshari and they will do upavas. Evening they will do abishekam by pouring milk and honey on Shiva idol. If it not possible do abishekam by pouring water, pinch of ash as adornment and chant 'Om Namah Shivayah' will please the lord.
People will offer coconuts and fruits to Lord Shiva. Some people will offer Maredu Leaves to Lord Shiva. By doing all these things Lord Shiva Obeys their desires.

Masa Shivaratri in 2017 Dates:

Masa Shivaratri Wednesday  - 25th January
Maha Shivaratri Friday     - 24th February
Masa Shivaratri Sunday     - 26th March
Masa Shivaratri Monday     - 24th April
Masa Shivaratri Wednesday  - 24th May
Masa Shivaratri Thursday   - 22nd June
Masa Shivaratri Friday     - 21st July
Masa Shivaratri Sunday     - 20th August
Masa Shivaratri Monday     - 18th September
Masa Shivaratri Wednesday  - 18th October
Masa Shivaratri Thursday   - 16th November
Masa Shivaratri Saturday   - 16th December

About Masa Shivaratri :

It is the 13th day after Purnima or simple calculation is two days before Amavasa. Lord Vishnu loves Ornamentation and lord Shiva loves Abhishekas. Lord Shiva gives bless people quickly compared to other gods and goddess, that's why we have more temples for Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva temples were mostly older temples. They have built centuries back ago. Many rushi's were done prayers to Lord Shiva for long years and as we know Ravana is a big devotee for Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva philosophy is love philosophy and it is unconditional, unlimited, no difference between rich and poor. No difference between animals and birds because spider liberated in Sri Kalahasthi pilgrim.


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