Mahashivratri is Lord Shiva's most beloved day of the year
Without a doubt, the sacred event of Maha Shivratri stays a standout amongst the most significant celebrations for every one of the devotees of Lord Shiva. It is trusted that whoever reveres Lord Shiva on this blessed day with complete severity and commitment is mitigated of all transgressions and accomplishes freedom or moksha. In Hindu mythology, Kaal ratri, Mohratri and Shivaratri are viewed as the three most auspicious days for worship. As Lord Shiva is connected with the welfare of the creation, performing the customs of Maha Shivaratri reclaims one from the indecencies of desire, insatiability, and outrage and leads him to an existence of satisfaction, peace and thriving.
Shivaratri is extraordinary celebration for convergence of Shiva and Shakti. Chaturdashi Tithi amid Krishna Paksha in month of Magha is known as Maha Shivaratri as indicated by South Indian date-calender. However, as indicated by North Indian calender Masik Shivaratri in month of Phalguna is known as Maha Shivaratri. It is naming tradition of lunar month which contrasts. However both, North Indians and South Indians, observe Maha Shivaratri on same day.
What is exceptional about Mahashivratri night?
Masik Shivratri and monthly shivratri is usually observed at every month of the year. On the Chaturdashi night of Phalgun month, the tamoguna or negative energies are at their top. Subsequently, Maha Shivratri is watched and Lord Shiva is adored to annihilate the unfriendly impacts of tamas (negative strengths) all around and set up a tranquil and sound air for every one of us.
Significance of Shivratri in indian culture
Celebration of Mahashivaratri is the most essential celebration for a large number of devotees of Lord Shiva. The celebration has been concurred part of importance in Hindu mythology. According to that a devotee who performs true worship of Lord Shiva on the favorable day of Shivratri is acquitted of sins and accomplishes moksha.
Centrality of Shivaratri for Women
Mahashivratri Festival is likewise thought to be a significant festival by women. Unmarried and married women observe and perform Shiva Puja with trueness to assuage Goddess Parvati who is additionally viewed as "Gaura" - one who gives conjugal happiness and long and prosperous wedded life. Unmarried women likewise pray God for a spouse such as Lord Shiva who is viewed as the perfect spouse.