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Shivratri 2023 Importance - Puja - Complete Guide on Maha Shivaratri in 2023

Maha Shivratri is the most auspicious day dedicated to Lord Shiva and is popularly known as the night of Siva. Shivratri 2023 date is February 18, Saturday as per panchangs in India. In Panchangs and Hindu calendars followed in Mauritius, United States, United Kingdom (Britain) and Canada , Shivaratri is marked on  February 18 . It is marked on  February 18   in Malaysia, Singapore, Fiji, Australia and New Zealand. This holy night of Shiva is observed on the night before ‘amavasya’ in the Hindu month of Phalgun (February – March) as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India . The corresponding period in other regions is the night before Magh Amavasya. Shivratri 2023 Date Puja Tithi and Timings The best time to perform puja is from 12:25 AM on February 19 to 1:13 AM on February 19 early hours midnight. Nishita Kala is chosen to perform pujas and rituals on Shivratri.  All pujas and rituals are completed before Amavasya (No moon) starts. Nishita Kala Puja

Upcoming Hindu Festivals in March 2022 – Hindu Vrat – Fasting – Rituals in March 2022

Dates of important upcoming festivals and fasting associated with Hinduism in March 2022 – based on major Hindu calendars and Panchang used in India. The festivals, Vrats and ritual days are based on Indian Standard Time (IST). March 1 – Mahashivratri – Shiv Chaturdashi Vrat – Vaidyanath Jayanti March 2 – Amavasya March 3 – Phalgun month begins in Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh March 4 – Phulera Dooj March 4 – Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Jayanti March 8 – Monthly Muruga Sashti Fasting March 9 – Kamada Saptami Vrat March 10 – Holashtak Begins March 10 – Monthly Durga Ashtami fasting March 13 – Phagu Dashami March 11 – Lathmar Holi Barsana March 12 – Lathmar Holi Nandgaon March 14 – Lathmar Holi Mathura – Krishna Janmasthan March 14 – Amalaki Ekadasi Fasting – Rangbhari Ekadasi March 14 – Karadaiyan Nombu in Tamil Nadu (Savitri Vrat) March 14 – Panguni Masam begins in Tamil Nadu March 14 – Meena Masam begins in Kerala March 1

Ravi Yog June 2022 Time And Date

Ravi Yog is a specific time period on certain dates in Hindu lunar month and is a good time for important ceremonies. Ravi Yog June 2022 time and dates are given below: It is stated that Ravi Yog annihilates the bad timings. All bad Muhurtas are overcome during Ravi Yoga. It is auspicious to conduct any function during the period. Ravi Yog June 2022 time and date 2:06 PM on June 2 to 4:41 PM on June 3 7:00 PM on June 4 to 9:01 PM on June 5 10:33 PM on June 6 to 11:38 PM on June 7 From sunrise on June 8 to sunrise on June 9 12:16 AM to 11:53 PM on June 10 10:01 PM on June 12 to 8:39 PM on June 13 11:28 AM on June 19 to 10:34 AM on June 20 This auspicious time for new beginnings and buying is followed in North India and western parts of India. The popular belief is that Ravi Yog nullifies all the bad muhurtas.

Journey Of Meditation On God With Form To Without Form

 Swami Hariharananda Aranya (1869–1947) states that instead of starting to meditate on formless god one should start meditating on a form of god and the slowly reach the formless state. Swami Hariharananda says that there are two methods of meditation. One is thinking of God as an outside object, and the other is thinking of God as residing within oneself. In the first—that is, thinking of God as an outside object, ‘we have to think of Him as endowed with form, etc. The beginners in Yoga system adopt this method.’ Beginners who find it easier to practice Ishvarapranidhana with a God having a figure should with a God having a figure should imagine a luminous figure of God inside their hearts. As a liberated person is calm in mind and is blissful in face on account of his highest attainment, so should the contemplated holy figure in one’s heart be imagined to be, and it should be contemplated that one is fully associated with that figure. In repeating the mystic syllable OM, one should

27 February 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Sunday, 27 February 2022 – It is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 6:09 AM on February 27. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 3:57 AM on February 28. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on February 27, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Purva Shada or Pooradam nakshatra till 7:00 AM on February 27 . Then onward it is Uttarashada or Uthradam nakshatra till 5:31 AM on February 28 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnatak