MAHASHIVARATRI : The night of eternal wakefulness
The word Mahashivratri consists of three words, Maha – Shiv – Ratri, where Maha means Great, Shiv means Lord Shiva and Ratri means Night.
The Festival of Mahashivratri is celebrated on 6th night of dark Phalgun (Hindu month which falls between February to March) every year.
It is mentioned in Hindu scriptures that Lord Shiva performed the ‘Tandava’ on this day. Some scriptures also note the wedding of Lord Shiva and Parvati was conducted on this day.
Shivaratri is night of Destruction & night of Creation. Night of the lord of lords.
Shivaratri is the sacred night of the year when we are meant to wake up to our inner reality and connections with the whole of life. Lord Shiva’s ever wakeful presence is most accessible at this time.
LORD SHIVA/SHANKAR/ADIYOGI/MAHAKAAL :
Shiva is the truth, Shiva is beautiful, Shiva is…
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