Significance of Mahashivratri :

Festival of Mahashivratri has an important role in the part of life of a person belongs to the Hindu religion. This is the day when lord Vishnu had born. This is important day in India because on this day lord Shiva appeared on the earth in an especial form of Linga which is also known as the name of ‘Jyortilinga’. The linga is just a sign of lord Shiva. It has neither a beginning nor end itself.

Mahashivratri celebrated earlier a night of full dark night which is also known as Amavasya. Amavasya is the sign of Kalyuga and come in the month of Magh or Phalgun. Lord Shiva had appeared on the earth to remove or reduce the evils from the earth. This is the day which has a great significant role to earn ‘Punya’.

This day is famous for its fast act by the devotee of lord Shiva. Devotee took a fast on this day to make happy the lord Shiva for their batter fortune and happy life.

If a person on this day of Mahashivratri offer a pure pray or worship by Bila leaves to lord Shiva with taking a ritual hard fast of 24 hours he will be get good health and wealth for his life. This is the day is also a part of enjoyment and religious activities whole night. Overall Mahashivratri is the actual day when lord Shiva comes arise from a long time period of ‘Dhyan’ so it has an importance for the devotee of lord Shiva.

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