Maha Shivaratri 2020 Images And Quotes
It’s like a trend nowadays to celebrate every festival on Social networking sites like Facebook and Whatsapp. Irrespective of age, caste and color, we love to celebrate every festival. And this spirit increases even more when we talk about Indians. Every another month, there are one or two festivals which increase the charm of the season and at the same time, the boredom of office, school and workplace lesser down so much. Festival brings us the spirit of brotherhood and passion for keeping it together. With the end of February, the month March is all ready for the biggest festival of Shivji, Maha Shivaratri. The festival is one among the most important festival of Hindus and celebrated with such a great excitement all over the country. We are here for Make your Shivratri special with some Maha Shivaratri 2020 Images And Quotes. you can check here in the Below.
The festival has almost around the corner and if you are still doubtful about the date and day of Maha Shivaratri this year, then let me tell you that in 2020, Maha Shivratri is falling on March 8th. I know, it’s exciting to know that the festival has come so near and there is an another chance waiting to have a great celebration. So, don’t get calm and start the preparation for the festival to make it more exciting for yourself and for others too.
भोले बाबा का आशीर्वाद मिले आपको,
उनकी दुआ का प्रसाद मिले आपको,
आप करे अपनी जिन्दगी में खूब तरक्की,
और हर किसी का प्यार मिले आपको.
जय भोले शिव शंकर बाबा की जय.
सारा जहाँ हैं जिसकी शरण में
नमन हैं उस भोले के चरण में
बने उस भोले के चरणों की धुल
आओ मिलके चढ़ाये चरणों में
उनके हम दिल से श्रद्धा के फूल
Maha Shivaratri Images And Quotes
Maha Shivratri is the festival showing the significance of the wedding of Shiv Bhole and Mata Parvati. This is the day when both got married and since then the day is celebrated with great pomp and show as Maha Shivratri. The festival is celebrated on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Hindu calendar month Magha as per Amavasya-ant month. This year too, the festival is all done to be celebrated by the people on February 21, 2020. The day will be Friday.
Generally, the day is celebrated by Hindus by having a good celebration with family. They visit shiv temple, preach him. So many are there who do fasting for Bholenath to impress him. Generally, women take a whole day fast in the worship of lord Shiva. Married women do this fasting for the happiness and prosperity of their husband and family and at the same time, unmarried girls take the same fast for a nice groom. Everyone has his own intentions but the motive is same, that they want to impress lord Shiva. More than that, the modern generation, I mean the youth celebrate the festival to spread happiness around. Well ! The youngsters of today need no mention of any festival of their cast, they just need a hint of celebration.
No matter, which festival is coming. The Facebook walls got covered with lots of statuses and posts. Either it is Eid of Muslims, Guru Parab of Sikhs, Christmas of Christians or Shivratri of Hindus, we are living in the era that we do not need to belong to any particular caste to celebrate that festival. At least, not on the social networking sites like Facebook and Whatsapp. In fact, I have seen so many Hindus sending the SMS and wishes to their loved ones on the occasion of Eid and same, Muslims do on the festivals of Hindus. So, this is what which is truly indicating the Unity in Diversity spirit of our country.
शंकर की ज्योति से नूर मिलता है;
भक्तों के दिलों को सकूं मिलता है;
शिव के द्वार आता है जो भी;
सबको फल जरूर मिलता है।
Maha Shivratri is around the corner and I think, you guys are surely finding for some stuff to send it to your friends, family and loved ones. Moreover, there are people who are desperate to look for some posts, statuses, images and quotes to put it as their status and profile picture on Whatsapp and Facebook. Well ! This is in trend now, we are more interested in celebrating the festivals with the friends of social network instead of people sitting beside us. But, this is what our friends are doing. Actually, everyone is doing the same thing, so why cannot we.
पी के भांग ज़मा लो रंग;
ज़िन्दगी बीते खुशियों के संग;
लेकर नाम शिव भोले का;
दिल में भरलो शिवरात्रि की उमंग।
आपके सभी परिजनों को शुभ महाशिवरात्रि
Maha Shivaratri Images
Here, we are providing you the Maha Shivratri Images and quotes. Yes, you will get a great collection of all the splendid and awesome pictures to send them to your friends and relatives on the auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri. Just download them from here and you can also put those quotes as your statuses of Facebook or Whatsapp. There is an advantage that by uploading these pictures on Facebook or Whatsapp, you will save your time. This is such a good idea to wish everyone on same time.And you will get some time to celebrate the festival with your family and friends beside you, apart from these friends of Social network.
शिव की महिमा अपरं पार;
शिव करते सबका उद्धार;
उनकी कृपा आप पर सदा बनी रहे;
और आपके जीवन में आयें खुशियाँ हज़ार।
भोले की भक्ति में मुझे डूब जाने दो
शिव के चरणों में शीश झुकाने दो
आई है शिवरात्रि मेरे भोले बाबा का दिन
आज के दिन मुझे भोले के गीत गाने दो
Hopefully, the images and quotes on Maha Shivaratri 2020 seem to be so attractive to you and you all are desperate to celebrate the day with your family and friends. Well ! Of course, this is one such big occasion to celebrate. Just make it large for your loved ones. Have a great celebration on the day of Maha Shivratri. Apart from sending wishes to your family and friends on social networks, go and meet them. This will make them happier than ever. Just do it for the sake of your loved ones and see the miracle to be happened.
महाकाल का नारा लगा के
दुनिया में हम छा गये
दुश्मन भी छुपकर बोले वो
देखो महाकाल के भक्त आ गये
Be the part of this fashion and wish your near and dears a very Happy Maha Shivratri on Facebook and Whatsapp by sending these awesome images and quotes. They will definitely love it. And a very happy Shivratri to all of you guys from our whole team. Celebrate the festival of the great spirit of brotherhood and love.