Mahashivratri 2023: What is the right rule to offer Belpatra on Shivling, do not make this mistake even by mistake - Newztezz Online

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Mahashivratri 2023: What is the right rule to offer Belpatra on Shivling, do not make this mistake even by mistake

In Hinduism, Mahashivaratri is considered the most auspicious day to worship Mahadev. While worshiping Shivling on this day, it is very important to offer belpatra. But, if Belpatra is not offered properly then the worship is considered incomplete. Let us know the right way to offer Belpatra on Shivling.

The day of Mahashivratri is considered very auspicious for worshiping Mahadev. It is believed that on this day, whoever worships Bholenath with true devotion and devotion, all their wishes are fulfilled. According to the Panchang, the festival of Mahashivaratri is celebrated on the Chaturdashi date of Krishna Paksha of Phalgun month. This year this date is falling on Saturday, February 18, 2023. On this special day, people offer fruits, flowers, belpatra etc. to the Shivling to worship Lord Shiva. Out of this, Belpatra offered during worship has great religious importance. In such a situation, while offering Belpatra, keep in mind that your method is correct, otherwise your worship is considered incomplete. Let us know the correct way of offering Belpatra.

The belpatra offered on the Shivling should always be offered upside down. That is, the side where the belpatra has a smooth surface, that part should be offered on the Shivling. Always keep this thing in mind that offer Belpatra with the help of ring finger, thumb and middle finger.

Some things must be kept in mind even while plucking belpatra from the tree. Keep in mind that never break the whole branch of the belpatra tree at once. Rather break the belpatra one by one. Apart from this, before and after breaking the belpatra, bow down in your mind.

For some reason, if you do not have much belpatra, then you can wash only one belpatra and offer it again. Means, if any member of your family has offered belt leaves on Shivling, you can wash them twice and offer them. Keep in mind that before offering Belpatra, water must be offered.

While preparing for the worship of Mahashivaratri, keep in mind that the belpatra you keep should not be torn or cut from anywhere. It is believed that by doing this you can get inauspicious results.

If possible, wash the belpatra before offering it and write Ram's name or Om Namah Shivay on it with sandalwood. It is believed that by doing this, Lord Shiva gets pleased quickly and gives blessings.

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

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