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Masik Shivratri 2016

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Masik Shivaratri is dedicated to lord Shiva. Masa Shivaratri is also referred as Maas Shivratri or Masa Shivaratri or Maasa Shivarathri. Masa Shivaratri will be celebrated in every month according to Hindu lunar calendar. Masa Shivaratri or Mas Shivratri falls on fourteenth day of the Krishna-Paksha Chaturdasi of each traditional Hindu lunar month. Krishna-Paksha is the dark fortnight of a lunar month.

Masik Shivratri 2016

Procedure of Masik Shivaratri:

On the day of Masik Shivaratri people will chant Panchakshari and they will do upavas. Evening they will do abishekam by pouring milk and honey on Shiva idol.
People will offer coconuts and fruits to Lord Shiva. Some people will offer Maredu Leaves to Lord Shiva. By doing all these things Lord Shiva Obeys their desires.

Masik Shivaratri in 2016 Dates:

Masik Shivaratri   Friday      - 8th January
Masik Shivaratri   Saturday  - 6th February
Maha Shivaratri    Monday   - 7th March
Masik Shivaratri   Tuesday   - 5th April
Masik Shivaratri   Thursday  - 5th May
Masik Shivaratri   Friday      - 3rd June
Masik Shivaratri   Saturday  - 2nd July
Masik Shivaratri   Monday   - 1st August
Masik Shivaratri   Tuesday   - 30th August
Masik Shivaratri   Thursday  - 29th September
Masik Shivaratri   Friday       - 28th October
Masik Shivaratri   Sunday     - 27th November
Masik Shivaratri   Tuesday    - 27th December

About Masik Shivaratri :

It is the 13th day after Purnima or simple calculation is two days before Amavas. Lord Vishnu loves Ornamentation and lord Shiva loves Abhishekas. Lord Shiva gives bless people quickly compared to other gods and goddess, that's why we have more temples for Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva temples were mostly older temples. They have built centuries back ago. Many rushi's were done prayers to Lord Shiva for long years and as we know Ravana is a big devotee for Lord Shiva.

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