Mahashivratri 2021: Special coincidence is being made on Mahashivratri after 130 years, this work will benefit from
This time on the occasion of Mahashivratri, after 130 years, a rare coincidence is being made. During this time, devotees must offer 80 grains of rice and 80 pieces of letters to Lord Shankar.
On the occasion of Mahashivratri, devotees perform Jalabhishek and Rudrabhishek to please Lord Shankar. Preparations are complete in all Temple in Gorakhpur and special preparations have been made in Jharkhandi Mahadev Mandir. Pandit Awadh Bihari Shukla says that this time a rare coincidence is being made on Mahashivaratri. After 130 years, this yoga is being formed in which Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga and Amrit Siddhi Yoga are being found. In such a situation, worshipping Lord Shankar on Shivaratri has special significance.
Pandit Awadh Bihari Shukla said that this time on the occasion of Mahashivaratri, devotees must offer 80 grains of rice and 80 letters to Lord Shankar. This will fulfill all the wishes of the devotees.
The story of Shivalinga of Jharkhandi Mahadev Temple is quite interesting
Priest Shambhu Giri, who is worshipping at the Jharkhandi Mahadev temple, says that Lord Shiva’s Shivalinga was revealed in this temple. He says that there used to be jungles in this area earlier. It was a deserted area and woodcutters used to cut wood from here. One day a woodcutter was cutting wood when his axe hit a stone, after which a stream of blood started coming out of him, which scared him. The number of times the woodcutter tried to bring the Shiva Linga up, it was going to sink down. The woodcutter told the people around it about the incident. The same night, the landlord had a dream that Lord Shiva has appeared here, after which the pooja recitation started here. Since then, pooja lessons continue here till today. It is believed that whatever devotee comes to this temple and asks for something,
Mahashivratri pooja material
This time the holy festival of Mahashivaratri will be celebrated on 11 March i.e. Thursday. Goddess Parvati is also worshipped along with Shiva on this holy festival. Worshipping at night on Shivaratri is considered to be most fruitful. On this day, Lord Shiva is worshipped with special materials. The puja includes flowers, bilvapatra, hemp, datura, plum, barley hair, mango Manjari, Mandar Pusha, raw milk of cow, sugarcane juice, curd, desi ghee, honey, Ganges water, clear water, camphor, incense, lamp, Cotton, sandalwood, panch fruits, panch maewa, panch rasa, gand roli, perfume, molly janeu, Shiva and Maa Parvati’s make-up materials, clothes, jewels, gems, panchamishthan, Dakshina, puja utensils, kushasan are used.