Importance of Maha Mrityunjaya Puja: Wearing Rudraksha on Maha Shivratri
By: Future Point | 19-Feb-2019Views : 2132
Maha Shivratri is among the most famous & enthusiastically celebrated festivals in the Hindu culture. This festival is dedicated to the 'God of Gods'- Lord Shiva who is also one of the Holy Trinities in the Hindu religion. The other two being Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma. Maha Shivratri literally means "The Great Night of Shiva". In fact, this is the only festival apart from the Navratri that is celebrated during the day and especially all night long. Maha Shivratri is celebrated across India and many other parts of the world. Maha Shivratri is celebrated on the night of the 13th Tithi (Date) to the morning of the 14th Tithi of the Krishna Paksha (Waning Phase of the Moon) of the month of Phalguna as per the North Indian Hindu Calendar and Magha as per the South Indian Hindu calendar. Anyways, the name of the month doesn't make any difference in the date or timing of the festival. Devotees throng Shiva temples across the country and worship this 'God of Creative Destruction and Ultimate Liberation'.
When is Maha Shivratri in 2020?
In 2020, Maha Shivratri will be celebrated on 21st February 2020.
What does Lord Shiva represent?
Lord Shiva represents a state of divine tranquility, meditativeness, peace, completion, absolute realization and a state of infinite compassion & power. He is the destructor, the one who annihilates, the one who opens the spiritual path for everyone.
Spiritual Significance of Maha Shivratri & How to do Shivratri Puja?!
Many have said that on the day of Mahashivratri, the cosmic alignment is such that one gets immense support from nature to open the doorway towards divine realms and make significant progress on their spiritual path. Ergo, Shivratri Pooja on this day can turn out to be extremely beneficial for all Shiva devotees. There is a natural upsurge in the very energies of the cosmos and if one devotes this night to worshipping Shiva, then spiritual advancement happens at a lightning pace. Also, a person by worshipping Lord Shiva on this occasion gets his blessings which result in the dissolution of all negative karmas of that person.
Reasons behind celebrating Maha Shivratri
Maha Shivratri is celebrated because of many reasons. The primary ones are:
Marriage of Lord Shiva & Goddess Parvati
Goddess Shakti incarnated as the daughter of King Himalaya and was named Parvati. Since a very young age She got influenced by the description, praises & recognition of Lord Shiva by all and She aspired to marry Him one day. When She grew up, Sage Narada told Her to perform Tapasya to please Lord Shiva and ask a boon from Him to accept Her as his wife.
Parvati followed what Sage Narada said and performed an extremely difficult Tapasya. At last, Lord Shiva was appeased and he promised to marry her. After a while, Lord Shiva married Goddess Parvati and that day was the 14th Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Magha/Phalgun month (as per the North & South Indian Hindu calendars). Since then, Maha Shivratri is celebrated as the marriage anniversary of Lord Shiva & Goddess Parvati and also as a day when Shiva (the male primordial energy) got united with Shakti (the female primordial energy).
Lord Shiva consumed 'Halahal Vish'
There came a time when the Gods and Demons decided to churn the 'Celestial Ocean' and distribute the holy nectar that comes out of it amongst themselves. While the Celestial Ocean was being churned, suddenly extremely dangerous poison called 'Halahal Vish' came out and it became a threat to the very existence of the creation. But the poison was so strong that no one could neutralize it, hence everybody prayed to Lord Shiva to save the creation.
Lord Shiva appeared in a huge form and gathered the poison in his hands. He then drank that poison but didn't let it go past his throat and situated it permanently in his throat which became blue immediately. From that day Lord Shiva came to be known by one more name- Neel Kantha (One with the blue throat)! As per the Hindu calendar, that day also happened to be that of Maha Shivratri when Shiva saved the creation.
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Importance of Wearing Rudraksha on Maha Shivratri
Rudra is one of many names given to Lord Shiva and Rudraksha means "The Tear of Rudra". It is said that once Lord Shiva sat into deep meditation and that process went on till many millennia. During his meditation session, Lord Shiva reached such a state of bliss that tears of divine ecstasy started flowing from his closed eyes and they started to fall on the ground. Those tears sept into the ground and trees came out of them later. On these said trees, beads in the form of fruits sprouted and those beads came to be known as Rudraksha.
Since then, those trees and the beads on them are considered as the blessings of Shiva. Yogis & Sages adorn those beads as a sign of their devotion towards Lord Shiva. Rudraksha is a live blessing of Lord Shiva and is extremely powerful. There are many types of Rudrakshas, based on the indents present on their face. Each Rudraksha has its own use & significance. People with different goals, state of life and requirements wear the Rudraksha that is conducive to them.
Rudraksha is an integral part of many highly powerful astrological remedies and even the most severe problems in one's life arising out of bad planetary influences go away by wearing the right Rudraksha rosary or a single Rudraksha bead. Maha Shivratri 2020 is an incredibly auspicious day to wear a Rudraksha rosary or a single Rudraksha bead. To know which type of Rudraksha will be suitable for you and will bring maximum benefits to you, contact Future Point.
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Maha Mrityunjaya Puja on Mahashivratri
Lord Shiva is the 'God of Gods' is also called Maha Mrityunjaya which means "The Great One who has conquered Death". Therefore one who pleases Lord Shiva gets protection from untimely death arising out of serious ailments or accidents. Maha Mrityunjaya Puja is a very special form of worship of Lord Shiva that invokes the incredibly powerful healing & protective energies of Lord Shiva in the life of an individual. It is mentioned in ancient scriptures that who performs a Maha Mrityunjaya Puja gets relief from even the deadliest of troubles.
Now, there are certain occasions on which cosmic energies are conducive in such a way that Maha Mrityunjaya Puja performed on those days provide maximum benefits. Maha Shivratri is the occasion on which this Puja pleases Lord Shiva very easily. This Puja brings Lord Shiva's incredibly powerful and compassionate blessings in the life of the devotee and showers abundant wealth, sound health, prosperity, bliss and infinite joy upon that devotee. All sufferings in the form of ailments and obstacles in the path to success are removed by performing the Maha Mrityunjaya Puja on the extremely powerful spiritual occasion of Maha Shivratri.
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Benefits of Maha Mrityunjaya Puja:
- Relief from negative/malefic karmas & sins from our past & current life that pose obstacles in the path towards our spiritual & worldly growth.
- It bestows abundant wealth, success & financial prosperity upon the devotee and blesses with a joyful & meaningful life.
- It blesses a person with peace of mind and positive thinking.
- It brings creativity in life and promotes growth in professional domains.
- It blesses with harmony in family & bliss in marital relations.
- It bestows good health and brings relief from past ailments.
- Makes a person emerge victorious in legal battles & protects from enemies (both open as well as hidden).
- It provides absolute protection from all black magic spells & evil influences.
Maha Mrityunjaya Puja includes:
- Puja or Anushthan on your behalf by highly learned Brahmin Priests.
- Arrangement of watching the live telecast of the Puja from the comfort of your home via an online link.
- Option to receive a Holy Prasad of this Puja delivered to your home at a very nominal extra charge.
Note: The Maha Mrityunjaya Puja is performed in strict accordance with all Vedic rules & rituals.
Those facing grave danger to their life or of someone you love must perform Maha Mrityunjaya Puja this Mahashivratri in 2020. You can also perform Rudrabhishek Puja in the auspicious muhurat of Lord Shiva’s day.
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