By Free Press Journal
Maha Shivratri is one of the biggest festivals for Shiva devotees where they worship their beloved Lord and adorn the Shivaling with bilv...Read More
By Swami Brahmavidananda Saraswati
A strange thing will be noticed in most of the southern states of India or even of some of the South Indians settled in other Indian stat...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
The festival falls on the third day of the first fortnight of the Hindu month of Shravan and usually two days before Nag Panchami.
It is traditionally attributed to Ravana, the King of Lanka, who is considered to be the greatest devotee of Shiva.
By Staff Reporter
The month of Shravan is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar beginning from Chaitra, and is the most auspicious month of the Chaturmas.
By Dr. Shyaonti Talwar
Earliest appearances of and references to Durga are found in fertility goddess myths – the epitome of the ‘Earth Mother’ who is worshippe...Read More
The Roshan family came together at a temple in Panvel and performed puja.
Hindus all over the world are celebrating Maha Shivratri or 'The Great Night of Shiva' today i.e, Friday, February 21 in honour of Lord S...Read More
Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik carved Lord Shiva on the auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri at the Puri beach in the state of O...Read More
In the yogic tradition, there have been numerous Shiva stories that impart invaluable wisdom in a dialectical fashion. Here are four such...Read More
By Shiv RajvanshiMaha Shivratri is celebrated with fanfare and earnestness by the Hindu community in honour of Lord Shiva and notably mar...Read More
Hindus all over the world will celebrate Maha Shivratri or 'The Great Night of Shiva' on Friday, February 21 in honour of Lord Shiva. The...Read More
By Ashita Ahuja
If you plan on visiting a temple tomorrow on the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri, pick a temple from the list we have consolidated f...Read More
A day ahead of Maha Shivratri we bring to you an entire lowdown of what you can expect and what you need to be doing on this auspicious o...Read More
Also known as Nataraj, the lord of dance, his dance gestures also reflect in the his postures quite gracefully.
'There is nothing closer to meditation that music'.
From Rajgira Puri to Sweet Potato Chips, here are a few delicacies and their recipes to make on Maha Shivratri
Sadhguru explains the symbolism of Shiva’s third eye and how clarity and perception arise when the third eye opens up. He also narrates a...Read More
On 18th June 2004, CERN unveiled an unusual landmark on their campus. It was a two-metre tall statue of Shiva Nataraja.
From Mohit Raina to late Kushal Punjabi, Television actors have impeccably essayed the role of the God of Gods - Lord Shiva