Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivratri - Trimbakeshwar

Maha Shivratri will be celebrated on Tuesday, 13th February 2018. Maha Shivratri which means 'The Great Night of Shiva' falls in the luni-solar month of the Hindu calendar, on the month's 13th night/14th day, but once a year in late winter (February/March, or Phalguna) and before the arrival of spring.

Significance of Maha Shivratri

On Maha Shivratri the natural upsurge of energy within the human body allows one to do certain types of powerful sadhana which would normally be unsuitable for those who have not put in the necessary preparation.
On Maha Shivratri which is known as the Night of many Possibilities and the Night of High Energy, one should remember Lord Shiva and worship him by chanting Shiva prayers, observing fast, by performing yoga and meditation. Moreover many devotees stay awake the whole night on Maha Shivratri and remember and worship Lord Shiva by performing the above mentioned rituals.
Many devotees perform Kalsarpa Shanti and Mrutunjay Jaap on Maha Shivratri. It as an auspicious day to perform these pooja and rituals.
Maha Shivratri is one of the auspicious day out of many other in a year. Performing Kalsarpa Shanti on Maha Shivratri is considered to be very effective and important to get rid of all the problems and hurdles in life occured due to Kalsarpa Dosh as Maha Shivratri is marked as The Great Night of Shiva who is the Source of Energy to this World and also is the Saviour of this World.
One should perform Kalsarpa Shanti at Trimbakeshwar which is considered to be the most holy pace among all the Jyotirlinga because of presence of Lord Bramha, Lord Vishnu along with Lord Shiva.
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Perform Kalsarpa Shanti on Maha Shivratri - Trimbakeshwar

Get rid of Kalsarpa Dosh by performing Kalsarpa Shanti at Trimbakeshwar

Kalsarpa Shanti

1 Day Pooja
To get best results perform Kalsarpa Shanti on Maha Shivratri at Trimbakeshwar