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Few Lines on Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri is a significant festival celebrated by the Hindu community. The day marks the remembrance of the marriage between Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It is a very significant event in India and important in the spiritual calendar of Hinduism.

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Few Lines on Mahashivratri in English for Kids and Students

We have provided below some 10 lines on Maha Shivaratri festival. These sentences on Mahashivratri will help the students understand the importance of this festival and make them understand as why is Mahashivratri celebrated, where is it celebrated and when it is celebrated. It will also add up to their ocean of knowledge about Hinduism and Spirituality.

 Few Lines on Mahashivratri

1) Mahashivratri is a grand festival which celebrates the marriage of Lord Shiva with Goddess Parvati.

2) Devotees organize long procession called as ‘Baarat’ on the day to mark the remembrance of the marriage ceremony.

3) People visit Shiva temples to offer prayers and seek his blessings.

4) Devotees observe a whole day fast on the day and worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati in their homes.

5) They offer milk, ‘Dhatura’, ‘Bhang’, ‘Belpatra’ etc to the ‘Shivling’ in temples.

6) The celebration of Mahashivratri in Varanasi is grand and all the Shiva temples are highly decorated which witnesses lacs of devotees across the world.

7) People also perform ‘Rudrabhishek’ on Mahashivratri in homes and temples as it is believed to bring prosperity and blessings of Lord Shiva.

8) In Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva is believed to save the humanity by drinking the poison coming out of ‘samudra manthan’.

9) He was offered water along with milk and other cooling herbs to nullify the poison effect and since then the tradition offering milk, water and herbs was started.

10) Mahashivratri is one of the auspicious festivals which is believed to bring spirituality luck, hope and prosperity through the blessings of Lord Shiva.

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