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Maha Shivratri Wishes 2020

Maha Shivratri Wishes 2020


1. Shivratri is a platonic festival for Shivbhagats. It is the most memorable day in my life. I too have faith on Lord Shiva. When I am in trouble I always remember my God Shiva and my troubles goes away. This day is best to meet lord Shiva.

2. Shivaratri means ëauspicious darknessí. Devotees must spend the night of Shivaratri by chanting with full sincerity the name of Lord Shiva and seek His divine blessings.
good wishes for all.

3. On this auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri. Shiva's all blessing be with you. May his glorious divine and merciful attributes remind you of all your abilities and strive it lift to heights. Happy Maha Shivratri to you!

4. May this Shivratri bring blessings to you and your family. May the almighty Lord Shiva bless you with all good things. Happy Maha Shivratri 2020!

5. This Shivratri may Shivji shower his blessings on all of you and shower happiness upon each of your family members. Wishing you all a very Happy Mahashivrati.

6. Spend the whole night of Shivratri by chanting the name of Lord Shiva and seek his divine blessings! A very Happy Maha Shivratri to you and your family!

7. Keep saying Om Namah Shivay! May the blessings of Lord Shiva remain with you throughout your life. Happy Maha Shivratri, 2020!

8. It is said that a devotee who worships Lord Shiva very sincerely on the auspicious day of Shivratri is absolved of sins and attains moksha.

9. Celebrate the auspicious day of Maha Shivratri with the joy of heart and help people understand the values of Lord Shiva.

10. May the glory of the divine Shiva, remind us of our capabilities and help us attain success. Jai Shiva Shankar.

11. Thirteenth night of the waning moon of Magh (Hindu Calendar).Maha Shivaratri is the great night of Shiva, followers of Shiva observe religious fasting and the offering of Bael (Bilva) leaves to the Shiva.

12. Lokaha Samasthah Sukhino Bhavanto" - Oh Lord of the Lords grant peace & prosperity to the entire mankind. Show the correct and right path to each & every human being in this universe.

13. Today is the auspicious day of Lord Shiva. Celebrate it with the joy of heart and help people understand the values of Lord Shiva.

14. Shivratri is a festival for Shivbhagats. It is the most memorable day of my life. I too have faith in Lord Shiva. When I am in trouble I always remember my God Shiva and my troubles go away. This day is best to meet Lord Shiva

15. Lord Shiva blessings to all Indians. I am getting inspirations from Shiva arti and poems. People should pray to Lord Shiva early morning.

16. Hey Lord Shiva, shower your divine blessings on us. May happiness and peace surround us with eternal love and strength!

17. On the day of Maha Shivratri, there are special pujaís which are conducted and the entire day priest keeps on chanting ëShivji ki Jaií and ëOm Namah Shivayaí.

18. There are several legends around Maha Shivratri. According to a legend, Maha Shivaratri was the day when Shiva drank poisonous negativity to protect the world. Another legend says that it is the night when Shiva performs the heavenly dance of creation, preservation and destruction, while some believe that this is the night when Shiva and Parvati got married.

19. On this auspicious occasion, Maha Shivratri is a platonic festival for Shivbhagats. It is the most memorable day in my life. I too have faith on Lord Shiva. When I am in trouble I always remember my God Shiva and my troubles goes away. This day is best to meet lord Shiva.y the blessings of Shiva Shanker be with all of you. May his glorious divine and merciful attributes remind us of our own abilities and strive to lift ourselves to heights.

20.May Lord Shiva shower blessings on all, and give power and strength to everyone, facing difficulties in there lives. Happy Maha Shivratri.

21. This festival particularly holds importance for women across the country as it is believed that revering Lord Shiva. To show their sincerity and devotion many keep fast without taking even a drop of water and some keep fast with eating fruits.

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

23. May Lord Shiva answers all your prayers!
Have a blessed Mahashivratri!
Om Namah Shivaya!!

24. May Lord Shiva who is also known as Mahadev,
Mahesh, Maheshwar, Shankar, Shambhu, Rudra, Har, Trilochan,
Devendra and Trilokinath bless you at all times!
Happy Mahashivaratri!!

25. On this pious occasion of Mahashivratri,
many many greetings to all of you.
May Lord Shiva shower on you his blessings
with happiness, prosperity & peace.
Happy Maha Shivratri !!

26. Let us celebrate the Mahashivratree night.
The night of Shiva-Parvati union.
The night of destruction and the night of creation.
The night of the Lord of lords.Happy Shivaratri!!

27. Mahashivratri festival is one of the great and holy Hindu festivals related to God Shiva. It is also called as the great night of Lord Shiva.
Maha Shivaratri 2020 date is on 21 February Friday. According Hindu Calendar Maha Shivaratri date is on the 5th Falgun 2075 BS.

28. Om Tryambakam Yajaamahe Sugandhimpushtivardhanam.
Urvaarukamiv Bandhanaat Mrtyormuksheey Maamrtaat.. Om Svah Bhuvah Bhooh Om Sah Joon Haun Om

29. Maha Shivratri is a hindu festival which is celebrated towards the honour of Lord Shiva. Shiva is also known as destroyer. Lord Shiva is well known as Nilkanth in the Puranas because he drank the poison which was produced during the Samudra Manthan between Devas (God) and Danavas (Devils).

30. All the Puranas those are related to Lord Shiva points one thing commonly that during the Maha Shivratri the praise of Lingam, a symbol that represents lord shiva, should be done by devotees. People chants prayers and mantras to praise the lord shiva. People do fast on Maha Shivratri. They also do Dhyan (meditation) and yoga. People do visit Shiva temples and chants loudly Har Har Mahadev (Hail Lord Shiva) and Om Namah Shivay. Om Namah Shivay is a mantra that used during meditation.

31. Maha Shivratri is different from other hindu festivals in terms of the way it is celebrated. Maha Shivratri is celebrated at the night while other Hindu festivals are being celebrated during day time. Maha Shivratri also differs in the way of celebration. Maha Shivratri is celebrated doing meditation, fast and in search of inner peace while other Hindu festivals celebrated in a way that they represent the culture. 

32. Shivaratri is the festival of great lord shiva and to make this great day of shiva grand, we have gathred these lord shiva images for you. These lord shiva photos will bring your Bhakti level to the next level for sure.

33. Lord shiva's famous chanting is Om and people chants Om Namah shivay while doing puja of lord shiva. So to bring that into shivratri celebration, we have also picked some om namah shivaya images and pics for you. We have also made some images with maha mrityunjaya mantra and other shivratri shayari and mantra written on it.

34. Letís keep a fast this Maha Shivratri so that the Lord grants all our wishes. Happy Maha Shivratri 2020!

35. May all your prayers be granted by Bhagwaan Shiva! wishing you a happy Maha Shivratri 2020!

36. Shivratri is a platonic festival for Shivbhagats. It is the most memorable day in my life. I too have faith on Lord Shiva. When I am in trouble I always remember my God Shiva and my troubles goes away. This day is best to meet lord Shiva.

37. Let us celebrate the Maha Shivratree night. The night of Shiva-Parvati union. The night of destruction and the night of creation. The night of the Lord of lords.

38. On the occasion of Maha Shivaratri, we pray to Lord Shiva that his blessing may always be with you.

39. Show your blessing and love your elders on this auspicious day of Maha Shivaratri.

40. Shivaratri blessings to you and your family. May Lord Shiva bless you with good health.

41. On the occasion of Maha Shivaratri, we pray to Lord Shiva that his blessing may always be with you.

42. Maha Shivratri is celebrated on Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Maagha month according to Hindi calendar. The festival is also called as Shiv-Shakti considering Goddess Parvati the symbol of shakti (power).

43. The ritual of this festival includes the Puja performed on the shivlings and fasting and staying awake throughout the shivratri night. According to legends, Mahashivratri falls on the 13th night/14th day in the Krishna Paksha of the month of Phalguna in the Hindu calendar.

44. On Shivraatri, acknowledge your devotion to Lord Shiva by spreading the word. People in this day share messages and wishes with their near and dear once. so if you are looking for these stuff, then you are at the right place. Go below and share it as much as possible.

45. Shivratri blessings to you and your family.
May the almighty Lord Shiva bless you all with good things and perfect health.

46. Show your blessings and love on elders, children and
your beloved on the auspicious occasion of Mahashivartri.

47. Bhagwan Bholenath, I pray to you for all the people in this world.
Please give everyone happiness, peace and lots of smiles.
This is my prayer for today.
Om Namah Shivaaye!

48. We wish you all a very Happy Shivratri.
May Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati shower their blessings to everyone.
May this festival be a purposeful one to everybody.

49. Wishing you all a very happy Mahahivrati.
God bless you all with lots and lots of happiness,
your wishes will be accomplished.
Om Namah Shivaya.

50. Oh Lord of the Lords grant peace & prosperity to the entire mankind. Show the correct and right path to each & every human being in this universe.
Happy Mahashivratri!

51. Let us celebrate the Mahashivratree night.
The night of Shiva-Parvati union.
The night of destruction and the night of creation.
The night of the Lord of lords.
Happy Shivaratri

52. Happy Shivaratri to all. Bhagwan Bholenath, I pray to you for all the people in this world. Please give everyone happiness, peace and lots of smiles. This is my prayer for today. Om Namah Shivaaye!!

53. The festival is celebrated by the Hindus to overcome darkness and ignorance. As part of the celebration, people fast, visit Shiva temples, chant Vedic hymns and the scriptures of the God. Taking a holy dip in rivers at pilgrim destinations is a common sight in North India.

54. Shiva decided to consume the deadly poison to save the world. However, the Lord did not swallow it and held the poison in his throat. As a result, his throat turned blue and earned him the name, 'Neela Kanth.'

55. It is also believed that that Lord Shiva married Goddess Parvati on Maha Shivaratri. The day is considered auspicious for women. They fast and pray to the Lord to get blessed with blissful married life, while unmarried women would pray for an ideal husband like Shiva.

56. May the glory of the divine Shiva, remind us of our capabilities and help us attain success. Jai Shiva Shanka

57. Mahashivratri marks the night when Lord Shiva performed the 'Tandava' and it is also believed that Lord Shiva was married to Parvati.
Let's celebrate this auspicious day with special prayers to Lord Shiva and offer water, milk, yogurt, honey and bel leaves to have a successful life.Om Namah Shivaya

58. Let's spend the night of Shivratri by chanting the name of Lord Shiva and seek His divine blessings!
Happy Maha Shivratri

59. The festival is held in February or March on the Gregorian calendar. On the Hindu calendar, it comes on 13th night and 14th day of the month Phalguna, which is the day that Shiva is said to have called his ìfavourite day of the year.î Of the twelve Shivaratri festivals held during the Hindu year, Maha Shivaratri is consider to be the holiest by Hindus.

60. Shivaratri means the great night of Shiva, which name refers to the all-night worship vigil kept up by Shiva devotees on the 13th of Phalguna. This differs from most Hindu festivals, which are observed in the daytime. Prayers and worship of Shiva through the night are supposed to commemorate the time Shiva ìsaved the world from ignorance,î which is symbolized by darkness.

61. On the 14th of Phalguna, Hindus fast all day long. They also offer flowers, betel tree leaves, and fruits to Shiva. They also offer incense, light ceremonial lamps, take holy-water baths in the Ganges or elsewhere, engage in Yoga meditation, and chant the mantra ìOm Namah Shivayaî all day long.

62. At temples throughout India, devotees shout out ìHail Shiva!î amid ringing temple bells and, after circling Shivaís statue, pour water or milk on top of it. Finally, they also receive three lines of ìholy ashî on their foreheads to symbolize purity, knowledge, and penance.

63. Shivratri is considered to be especially auspicious for women. Unmarried women pray for a husband as ideal as Lord Shiva, while married women pray for the well being of their husbands.

64. May all your prayers be answered on this Mahashivratri and may Lord Shiva bless you with happiness, good fortune and prosperity.

65. Wishing you all a very happy Mahashivratri, God bless you all with lots and lots of happiness, Your wishes will be accomplished!!

66. Om Namah Shivay! May the blessings of Lord Shiva remain with you throughout your life.

67. The Great Night of Shivaî is the most significant event in Indiaís spiritual calendar. Sadhguru explains what makes this night so important, and how we can make use of it.

68. In the Indian culture, at one time, there used to be 365 festivals in a year. In other words, they just needed an excuse to celebrate every day of the year. These 365 festivals were ascribed to different reasons, and for different purposes of life. They were to celebrate various historical events, victories, or certain situations in life like sowing, planting, and harvesting. For every situation there was a festival. But Mahashivratri is of a different significance.

69. The fourteenth day of every lunar month or the day before the new moon is known as Shivratri. Among all the twelve Shivratris that occur in a calendar year, Mahashivratri, the one that occurs in February-March is of the most spiritual significance.

70. This is a day when nature is pushing one towards oneís spiritual peak. It is to make use of this, that in this tradition, we established a certain festival which is nightlong. To allow this natural upsurge of energies to find their way,one of the fundamentals of this nightlong festival is to ensure that you remain awake with your spine vertical throughout the night.

71. Mahashivratri is very significant for people who are on the spiritual path. It is also very significant for people who are in family situations, and also for the ambitious in the world. People who live in family situations observe Mahashivratri as Shivaís wedding anniversary. Those with worldly ambitions see that day as the day Shiva conquered all his enemies.

72. Legends apart, why this day and night are held with such importance in the yogic traditions is because of the possibilities it presents to a spiritual seeker. Modern science has gone through many phases and arrived at a point today where they are out to prove to you that everything that you know as life, everything that you know as matter and existence, everything that you know as the cosmos and galaxies, is just one energy which manifests itself in millions of ways.

73. This scientific fact is an experiential reality in every yogi. The word ìyogiî means one who has realized the oneness of the existence. When I say ìyoga,î I am not referring to any one particular practice or system. All longing to know the unbounded, all longing to know the oneness in the existence is yoga. The night of Mahashivratri offers a person an opportunity to experience this.

74. Every religion, every culture on this planet has always been talking about the omnipresent, all-pervading nature of the divine. If we look at it, the only thing that can be truly all-pervading, the only thing that can be everywhere is darkness, nothingness, or emptiness.

75. In Indian culture, all the ancient prayers were not about saving yourself, protecting yourself or doing better in life. All the ancient prayers have always been ìOh lord, destroy me so that I can become like yourself.î So when we say Shivratri, which is the darkest night of the month, it is an opportunity for one to dissolve their limitedness, to experience the unboundedness of the source of creation which is the seed in every human being.

76. Mahashivratri is an opportunity and a possibility to bring yourself to that experience of the vast emptiness within every human being, which is the source of all creation. On the one hand, Shiva is known as the destroyer. On the other, he is known as the most compassionate.

77. Letís keep a fast this Maha Shivratri so that the Lord grants all our wishes. Happy Maha Shivratri 2020!

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