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Comment: The magnificence of the Maha Shivaratri experience – By Aarti Bhana

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Raised vibrations, prayer in mind and a heightened sense of consciousness. Hindus around the world observed the ‘Great night of Lord Shiva’ or Maha Shivaratri on March 11, 2021. The auspicious religious festival venerates and honours Lord Shiva, the Destroyer (of evil). Lord Shiva goes by many names, 108 to be exact, some of which are Natraja (the Lord of dance), Shankar, Mahadev, Maheshwar, Bholenath and others. The names signify each of Lord Shiva’s glorious qualities. Shiva has a serpent around his neck, an adorning crescent moon, the holy river Ganga flowing from his matted hair and the third eye on his forehead. He holds a Trishul (trident) as his weapon, and the damaru (a small two-headed drum) where the first sounds of the universe emanated from. We celebrate Maha Shivaratri to help ourselves attain salvation in this lifetime and …

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The Indian Spice Maha Shivaratri resource: playlists, live stream

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Still going strong: Chinmaya Mission NEW: Where to stream Maha Shivaratri in SA – https://www.indianspice.co.za/2021/03/10/multiple-maha-shivaratri-streaming-locations/ A playlist of devotional songs, chanting, bhajans, mantras – https://www.indianspice.co.za/2021/03/10/a-maha-shivaratri-playlist/ ‎ Kutle Khan Rocking the Isha Livestream Featured Live stream How to celebrate Maha Shivaratri at home – Maha Shivaratri, the day marking the wedding of Lord Shiva, is a national holiday in Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Nepal and India. In South Africa it is a widely recognised event. We’ve compiled posts written over the years by our beloved founder and devotee Naufal Khan. How to observe Maha Shivaratri at home Maha Shivaratri: How-to observe at home Maha Shivaratri: Five Dishes To Prepare For Lord Shiva Maha Shivaratri: Five Dishes To Prepare For Lord Shiva Why Do We Celebrate Maha Shivaratri? Why Do We Celebrate Maha Shivaratri? Your ultimate Shivaratri playlist! Har Har Mahadev! Your ultimate …

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A Maha Shivaratri playlist

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Om namah Shivaya 9 hours – Meditative Mind – Focused Bho Shambo Shiva Shambo by Lakshmy Ratheesh & Radhika Venugopal – Beautiful Complete Rudri Path – Powerful chant Lord Shiva Mantras by Aks & Lakshmi – Beautiful Shiva Tandava Stotram by Suprabha KV – Fast, intense Sacred chants of Shiva by Craig Pruess – Slow Lingashtakam Stotram – by Suprabha KV – Melodious Man Mera Mandir Shiv Meri Puja Shiv – Bhajan Shiv Gayatri Mantri – Powerful mantra Top 10 Powerful mantras – Powerful mantra Sivapuranam | Thiruvasagam | Manikavasagar | Siva Devotional – Tamil Mahamrityunjaya Mantra – Sacred Sound Choir – Chilled Jai Sahaja! One Mantra – with Mooji – Chanting Bhajan Maha Shivaratri playlist 2021 Read: Multiple Maha Shivaratri streaming locations in SA, MU, India

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Sadhguru releases special Yoga Program for Mahashivratri

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“In the Grace of Yoga” ONLINE is a special Yoga program with Sadhguru happening for the first time ever. The program offers a unique opportunity to make use of the five elements, the building blocks of existence, for your wellbeing. By purifying and mastering the five elements (earth, water, air, fire and space), or pancha bhutas, you can bring your body and mind to a vibrant state of health and rejuvenation, and experience a sense of connectedness with everything around you. The program will culminate during the auspicious time of Mahashivratri with Pancha Bhuta Kriya with Sadhguru live, a powerful process involving mantra (sound), yantra (form), tantra (technology), and sarvanga sadhana (using the human body as an instrument). “The most basic form of yoga to this day is the cleansing of the five elements, known as Bhuta Shuddhi.” – Sadhguru …

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