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Mahashivratri 2017

Shivaratri is celebrated on Trayodashi of Falgun Krishna Paksha, every year. In the year 2017, this fast will be observed on 24th February. The speciality of this fast is that everyone can observe this fast, a child, women, men or an old aged person.
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Maha Shivaratri Festival 2017

The festival of Mahashivaratri is celebrated on Chaturdashi of Falgun Krishna Paksha, every year. According to the scripture, Chaturdashi of every month was liked to lord Shiva but, Chaturdashi of Falgun month is very dear to him.
Mahashivaratri  Related Conceptions

Mahashivaratri Related Conceptions

Mahashivaratri is an important festival of Hindu religion. Lord Shiva appeared as Shivalinga in the midnight of Falgun Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi. Hence, this night is called the Mahashivaratri. Fast is observed when Chaturdashi occur in midnight.
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Maha Shivaratri Fast Method

On the day of Mahashivaratri, worshipers perform Puja and fast as per their devotion and capability. Crowd of devotees gather in the Shiva temple. The echos of caves in Shivalaya can be heard from early morning itself.
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Maha Shivaratri Vrat, 24 February - 2017, Friday

Fast of Mahashivaratri is very significant for devotees of lord Shiva. This festival is celebrated on Trayodashi of Falgun Krishna Paksha. In the year 2017, this auspicious fast will be on 24 February, Friday.
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Legends of Maha Shivaratri

Festival of Mahashivaratri and worshipping of Shivalinga is mention in ancient scriptures with various methods. There are many stories related to this festival. The most famous story is of hunter. Who unknowingly dropped Bel leaves on Shivlinga and received salvation.
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Character of Lord Shiva

Mahashivratri is celebrated on Chaturdashi of Falgun Krishna Paksha, every year. Lord Shiva is the chief god of Hindu deities. Lord has many names like Sangharak, Mahesh, Bholenath, Rudra etc.
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Shivaratri Food and Recipes

Mahashivaratri is celebrated on Chaturdashi of Falgun Krishna Paksha. Shivaratri is a day of joy and celebration for the devotees of lord Shiva. It is said that once goddess Parvati worshipped lord Shiva with full devotion.