Mahashivratri 2023 Date: According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Mahashivaratri is celebrated on the Chaturdashi date of the Krishna Paksha of Falgun month. Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati got married on this day. That’s why Masik Shivratri is also celebrated on Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha every month. There is a lot of confusion regarding the date of celebrating Mahashivaratri in the year 2023 whether this festival will be celebrated on 18th February or 19th February. Let us know the exact date and auspicious time to celebrate the festival of Mahashivaratri.
Exact date and auspicious time to celebrate Mahashivaratri
According to the Hindu calendar, in the year 2023, the Chaturdashi Tithi of Krishna Paksha will start at 8:02 PM on February 18 and end the next day on February 19 at 4:18 PM. Since Mahashivaratri is worshiped in the Nishita period, it would be appropriate to celebrate this festival only on 18th February. And the famous all-night-long Mahashivratri event at the Isha Foundation, established by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, will start from 6 PM to 6 AM on February 18.
Pooja for four hours on Mahashivratri
First Pahar Puja – February 18 from 06:41 PM to 09:47 PM
Second-hour worship – 18 February from 09:47 to 12:53
Tritiya Pahar Puja – February 19 at 12:53 pm from 03:58 pm to 03:58 pm Fourth Pahar Puja –
03:58 am to 07:06 am
Fasting on February 19 – February 19 from 06:11 am to 02:41 pm
MahaShivratri worship method
On the day of Mahashivaratri, get up before sunrise, take a bath, wear clean clothes, and take a vow of fasting. Then worship Lord Shiva with rituals. Abhishek with Panchamrit. Offer Belpatra, Bhang, Dhatura, nutmeg, lotus Gatta, fruits, flowers, sweets, sweet paan, perfume, etc. to Bholenath. Also, chant the Om Namah Shivay mantra. Recite Shiv Chalisa and perform Shiv Aarti at the end.
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