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Monday, September 5, 2022

This worship of Shiva improves luck, man becomes rich

In Hinduism, Monday is dedicated to the worship of Lord Mahadev, the god of gods. Today, read this article to know the surefire way to get the boon you want from Lord Shiva.

Lord Shiva, who is called Audhardani in Hinduism, is worshiped in three forms. Some people worship him in the form of Shivling, some people worship him as Lord Shankar and some people worship him as Rudra. In Sanatan Dharma, Shiva is considered the god of welfare. It is believed that Lord Shiva is soon pleased with the seeker who does spiritual practice with a sincere heart. Monday and Pradosh Kaal are considered very auspicious and fruitful for worshiping the God of Gods. Let us know in detail about the rules and surefire measures related to the worship of Lord Shiva to be done on Monday.
  1. On Monday, Lord Shiva should be worshiped completely pure with body and mind.
  2. Sadhak should wear white clothes for worshiping Shiva on Monday. If possible, do sadhna of Mahadev by wearing unstitched white clothes. Never worship Lord Shiva wearing black clothes.
  3. Worship Lord Shiva by sitting on a red colored Kuni seat facing north or east.
  4. Worship Lord Shiva with his favorite things like Gangajal, cow's milk, ash, Rudraksh, white flowers, Datura, cannabis, Bel leaves, Shami leaves etc.
  5. Never offer the milk offered in the worship of Lord Shiva with a copper vessel and offer Shami or Belpatra inverted. Before offering both these letters, break its Vajra part ie its stalk and offer it.
  6. Water should never be offered with conch on Shivling, nor should Kevade and Ketaki flower be offered on Shivling. Similarly, turmeric, coconut water and Tulsi Dal are also not offered in Shiva Puja.
  7. In worship of Lord Shiva, always chant his mantras with Rudraksh garland. Always chant the mantra in the mind and use Gomukhi for chanting the rosary.
  8. Offer seasonal fruits and sattvik things in the worship of Lord Shiva and after offering it, distribute it among as many people as possible.

(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)

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