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The Story of Shiva as Mahakala - Mahakaleshwar

The Story of Shiva as Mahakala - Mahakaleshwar

Shiva,Parvati, Kartik and Ganesha (Reprint on Card Paper - Unframed))

Shiva,Parvati, Kartik and Ganesha (Reprint on Card Paper - Unframed))

Om Namah Shivaya.

Om Namah Shivaya.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

AMRAESWARAR - PUDHUPAALAYAM VILLAGE NEAR POOLUR The linga belongs to 9th Century. The linga is considerabily a big one and many of he deities were found under the ground by the villagersa few months ago.

Mahashivaratri Festival is celebrated with devotion and religious fervor on the moonless 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun. Devotees observe fast all through the day and night of Shivaratri in honor of Lord Shiva and pay a visit to Shiva temples. Ritual bath of Shiva Lingam with milk, water, honey etc is also performed by the devotees as a part of the tradition.

Mahashivaratri Festival is celebrated with devotion and religious fervor on the moonless 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun. Devotees observe fast all through the day and night of Shivaratri in honor of Lord Shiva and pay a visit to Shiva temples. Ritual bath of Shiva Lingam with milk, water, honey etc is also performed by the devotees as a part of the tradition.

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