Post Profile

5 Destinations One Should Travel to Celebrate MahaShivratri Festival

It’s time when the winds are taking turn and the climate of India is shifting towards on-set of summers. Also, its time when most of the young females and couples across India worship Lord Shiva or the Adi Yogi during The post 5 Destinations One Should Travel to Celebrate MahaShivratri Festival appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
read more


Related Posts

Hindu holy men prepare for Shivaratri festival in Nepal

Arts / Photography : PhotoBlog on

Sadhus from across Nepal and India have traveled to Pashupatinath Temple to take part in the Shivaratri festival, Reuters reports. Shivaratri, one of the biggest Hindu festivals dedicated to Lord Shiva, falls on February 20.

Shivratri 2014 Date – Mahashivratri 2014 - The Night of Hindu God Shiva

Religion / Hinduism : Hindu Blog

Shivratri, or Mahashivratri, is the most auspicious day dedicated to Lord Shiva and is popularly known as the night of Siva. In 2014, the...

112 Feet Adi Yogi – Shiva Statue in Coimbatore – Adiyogi Statue at Isha Center in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

Religion / Hinduism : Hindu Blog

A 112 feet Adi Yogi Face – Shiva Statue will be consecrated at the Isha Center in... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Happy Shivratri – Lord Shiva is Supreme

Religion / Hinduism : Bhagwat Gita & Our Life - Philosophy

T his article is dedicated to Lord Shiva on the day of Maha Shivratri. Sivaratri or Shivaratri (Night of Shiva or "Great Night of Shiva") is a festival celebrated every year by the Hindus. It is celebrated in the honor of Lord Shiva...

Naag Panchami – Worship of the ‘naags’ or serpents

Travel / Asian Travel : Explore Himalaya Blog

Today is Naag Panchami a festival dedicated to the worship of ‘naag’ or serpents. For Hindus serpents are usually divine beings associated with important Hindu dieties like Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. They are believed to bring in r...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC