Mahashivratri Festival Greetings:

Mahashivratri is the major festival of Hindu religion. It is celebrated in the whole country of the India each of the year with full of ritual acts and enjoyment of the day. This is the day which is celebrated to worship lord Shiva for good health, peace, prosperity, and good fortune for the future. Mahashivratri is also celebrated by greetings and meetings to our relatives, friends, neighbors and others. Greeting cards are the major way to wish happy Mahashivratri to our care person.

On the juncture of Mahashivaratri, devotees of Lord Shiva use Mahashivratri greeting cards to send superior wishes to their friends and dear ones.

The trend is comparatively new and is soon infectious up due to the growing trend of sending e-cards! To catch up with the demand of millions of Lord Shiva devotees,  In the market there are  a number of e-card companies have come up with a series of Free e-cards for the major Lord Shiva festival.

Here are some famous Messages of Mahashivratri greetings as followings.

1) SHIV ki jyoti se prakash badhta hai,

Jobhi jaata hai BHOLEY ke dwaar,

Kuch na kuch usse zarror milta hai..

Jai Bhole Nath!

Happy Mahashivratri


2) May Lord Shiva shower his benign blessings on you and your family. May happiness and peace surround you with his eternal love and strength.

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Mahashivratri Katha and Rituals:

There is a beautiful story behind the celebration of the festival of Mahashivratri in India.

Once upon a time there was a king in Jambudvipa named Chitrabhanu. He was fasting a day and that day was the Mahashivratri. The sage Ashtravakra come to the king Chitrabhanu in his court on this day and asked to him “hey king, why are you fasting the day”. Then the king replied to him

shivratri aarti

shivratri aarti

“In my previous birth I was a hunter. Once a day I was in search of animal for hunting went to a forest. After much of the time I killed a deer but I got late and the sunset was done.

Then I tried to spend my time on a bael leaves tree. I tied my killed deer on the branch of the tree. But I was hungry so I can not sleep for the whole night and remembering my family who were hunger too. I was thrown the leaves of the tree on the bottom of the ground from the tree.

At the ending of my life there was two messengers sent to me for conduct me about the lord Shiva. Then I felt the importance of the night which I spent in the forest. On this night I was served to lord Shiva without taking a piece of meal. This became ‘Punya’ for me. So I worship lord Shiva and followed the fast on the day of Mahashivrati each of the year.”

After it in India the festival of Mahashivrati celebrated each of the years with the great enthusiasm and joys among the people from the Hindu religion.

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