Mahashivratri 2024: Essential Dos and Don’ts For Seeking Bholenath’s Blessings

Mahashivratri 2024: Essential Dos and Don’ts for Seeking Bholenath’s Blessings.

Discover vital rituals and precautions for Mahashivratri 2024 to invite the divine grace of Lord Shiva. Learn what to do and what to avoid on this auspicious occasion.

Follow these guidelines for a spiritually enriching experience. Keep these things in mind on Mahashivratri, Bholenath’s blessings will shower on you

Mahashivratri is also one of the holy festivals of Sanatan Dharma. The date of Mahashivratri this year is March 8, 2024. This festival is celebrated every year in the month of Phalgun.

On this day, there is a ritual to worship Lord Mahadev, the God of Gods.

There is a belief that Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati were married, while others believe that Lord Shiva performed the Tandava dance on this day.

There are some rules mentioned in astrology regarding this day, which are very important to follow, so let us know – On Mahashivratri, what should you do and shouldn’t you do?

Mahashivratri 2024: Do these things on Mahashivratri.

1. On the day of fasting, wake up in Brahma Muhurta.
2. On the day of fasting, take a bath in the morning and wear clean and new clothes.
3. Wearing white clothes on this day is considered auspicious.
4. The fasting person should chant ‘Om Namah Shivay’ throughout the day.
5. Make sure the fast is resolved before beginning.


Help the fasting people.

1. To get the full benefit of the fast, break the fast between sunrise and before the end of Chaturdashi         2. Be sure to offer Belpatra to Lord Shiva.
3. Do Abhishek with Panchamrit.

Don’t do this even by mistake.

  1. Stay away from Tamasic food like onion, garlic, meat, alcohol, etc.
  2. Devotees observing the fast should avoid food items made from rice, pulses, and wheat.
  3. Coconut water should not be offered to Shivling during puja.
  4. One should avoid including vermillion in puja.
  5. One should not offer Tulsi leaves to Bholenath even by mistake.
  6. Avoid speaking wrong about anyone.
  7. Do not insult elders.
  8. Offering turmeric should be avoided.

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