इस साल महाप्रसाद का आयोजन २२ फेब्रुवरी २०१५ को शाम ७ से १० बजे तक किया गया है। भक्तों से निवेदन है, कि वह अपना योगदान मंदिर में २१ फेब्रुवरी तक जमा कराएं तथा २२ तारीख को महाप्रसाद का लाभ उठायें।
Lord Shiva is one of the Hindu Trinity of Gods. Every year innumerable devotees worship Lord Shiva to emancipate them from their current state of unhappiness and worry. Maha Shivratri is an occasion to shower Lord Shiva with devotion and seek his blessings. Shivratri SMS is a collection that talks about Shiva’s grand presence. You can choose from a range of Mahashivratri SMS and forward the same to your near dear ones.
Shiva is omnipresent and he is known to grant blessings to anybody who remembers him with honest devotion. These messages talk about the different names of Shiva while some call for his blessings. These SMS will come real useful just in case you know of someone who is an ardent devotee of Shiv Shankar…Brighten their day by being a part of their belief. For this all you need is a simple message.
If you’re looking for a collection of Shivratri SMS, then here’s where your search should end. This long list of SMS will give you all that you wanted. It’s a great collection that expresses just what you wanted to say in a language so simple and easy to understand.
May Lord Shiva bless you with all the best in life. Bring Peace, Success, Health and Well Being in your life and the life of those close to you. Happy Shivratri!!
1. Jai Shiv Onkara Har Shiv Onkara.
Brahma Vishnu Sadashiv Arddhagni Dhara.
Om Hara Hara Mahaadevaa…
May da blessings of Lord Shiva….
Always b with u….!
2. JAI SHIV SHANKAR BHOLENATH!!!
Bless us with da happy & peaceful life
with noble wisdom. May dr be peace in every home!!!
3. Jo Bole Om Namah Shivaya
Sb Kasthon sy Nivaran paye
Happy Mahashivratri 2015
Sacche Dil Sy Jo Shiv Ko Pukr
Khali Haath Woh Kahin Na Javy
1-2-3-4 Shivji ki jai jai kar
4. Shivaratri mnz auspicious darkness.
Devotees mst spend da night of Shivaratri
by chanting with full sincerity da name of
Lord Shiva & ck His divine blessings.
5. SHIV ki jyoti se noor milta hai
sbky dilon ko surur milta hai
jo bhi jaata hai BHOLEY ke dwaar
kuch na kuch zarror milta hai
JAI BABA AMARNATH
6. Shiv ki mahima aparampar! Shiv karte sabka udhar,
Unki kripa aap par sada bani rahe, aur bhole shankar
aapke jivan me khushi hi khushi bhar de.
OM NAMAH SHIVAY
7. Shivam shivakaram shaantham,shivaathmanam
pranathosmi sadaa shivamMahaa shivraathri
The festival of Maha Shivaratri in 2015 is on on February 17. Power and blessings of Lord Shiva help the humans to overcome all the negativity in life by enabling them to live their life in a moral and nonviolent way.
इस साल महाप्रसाद का आयोजन २ मार्च २०१४ को दोपहर २ से शाम ८ बजे तक किया गया है। भक्तों से निवेदन है, कि वह अपना योगदान मंदिर में जमा कराएं तथा २ तारीख को महाप्रसाद का लाभ उठायें।
श्री कल्याणेश्वर शिव मंदिर के भक्तगणों को महाशिवरात्रि कि हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं ।
इस साल हर बार कि तरह महाशिवरात्रि पर सुबह ४ बजे से भक्तों का ताँता लगा हुआ देखा गया। शाम तक श्रद्धालुओं कि संख्या ५०००० तक पहुँचने का अनुमान लगाया जा रहा है। कहा जा रहा है के, बृहस्पतिवार के दिन महाशिवरात्रि का योग ५०० साल बाद आया है। बारिश तथा भीड़ के बावजूद हजारों कि तादाद में नागपुर और आस-पास के इलाकों से श्रध्दालु दर्शन के लिए कतार में खड़े रहे।
भोलेनाथ आपकी हर मनोकामना पूर्ण करें। जय शिवशंकर।
Check out this collection of traditional and delicious Shivaratri Recipes! Since many people observe fast on Mahashivratri, general recipes have been avoided in this section. In case you too have a special recipe for Shivratri do share it with us and help us enhance this site.
List of Shivratri Recipes
» Cashew Nut Barfi (Kaju Katli)
» Saboodana Kheer
» Potato Pumpkin Pancakes
» Shivratri Raita
» Aloo Khichdi
» Aloo Tikki
» Green Gram Fry
» Sweet Yam (Chakravelli)
» Pachi Pulusu (Raw Rasam)
» SagoSaboodana Khichdi
Ingredients(makes 8 glasses):
1 cup: Milk
1½ cups: Sugar
1/4 cup: Dried or fresh Rose petals (gulkand variety)
1½ litres: Water
1 tbsp: Almonds
1 tbsp: Kharbooj/Tarbooj seeds skinned (commercially available)
(these are skinned dried seeds of watermelon and cantaloupes)
1 tsp: Peppercorns (whole)
½ tbsp: Khuskhus (poppy seeds)
½ tbsp: Saunf (aniseed)
½ tsp: Cardamom powder or 15 whole pods
½ tsp: Rose Water (optional)
- Soak sugar in ½ litre of the water used. Keep aside.
- Wash clean all other dry ingredients, except cardamom if using powder.
- Soak in 2 cups of remaining water. Keep aside.
- Allow each soaked item to stand for at least 2 hours.
- Grind all soaked ingredient (not sugar) to a very fine paste.
- Use a stone grinder (manual or electric) if possible.
- When the paste is very fine, mix remaining water.
- Place a strong muslin strainer over a large deep vessel. Or tie a strong muslin cloth over rim of vessel and use to strain.
- Press through muslin with back of palms, extracting the liquid into vessel.
- Add remaining water, a little at a time to extract more.
- Pour – back some of the extract and press, repress.
- Repeat this process till the residue becomes dry and husk-like.
- Add milk, sugar and rosewater to the extracted liquid.
- If using cardamom powder mix it in with the milk.
- Mix well. Chill for an hour or two before serving.
- Blend together cashews and milk very finely, in a blender.
- Put the paste in a kadhai, add sugar and cook over low flame. Stir till the sugar dissolves and then bring to a boil.
- Continue stirring over medium flame, till mixture collects together and becomes dough-like.
- Remove from flame, cool enough a hit, roll on to a greased surface with a greased rolling pin to ¼ cm/1/8″ thickness.
- Cover with silver foil and cool.
- Cut into diamond shaped pieces and transfer onto a serving dish.
Tip: Those not allowed to eat fats may use singhara flour to dust pin, surface and dough while rolling.
- Wash and drain sago, keep aside for 10 minutes.
- When moisture is absorbed, loosen grains.
- Heat water. Add sago, bring to a boil while stirring.
- Reduce heat, simmer for 5-6 minutes, and add a tbsp. more water if required.
- Add milk; bring back to a boil.
- Simmer for 5 minutes. Add sugar, cardamom.
- Stir occasionally, simmer till sago granule is cooked, but not mushy.
- Check by pressing it between thumb and finger. It should flatten on pressing.
- Serve hot, with nuts if desired.
Potato Pumpkin Pancakes
Ingredients (makes 8-10 pancakes):
1 no: Large potato
1 big chunk Pumpkin
1 cup: Kootu flour
1/2 cup: Singhara flour
1/4 cup: Curd
2 no: Green chilies
1″ piece: Ginger
1/2 cup: Coriander finely chopped
Oil to shallow fry
Salt to taste
- Run ginger and chilies in a mixer to crush finely.
- Grate potato and pumpkin into a bowl of cold salted water.
- Take flours in a deep bowl.
- Make a well in the centre. Put coriander.
- Press out water from grated veggies completely. Add in centre, with chilli-ginger.
- Add salt, mix everything into an even batter.
- Add some water if required.
- Batter must be thick enough to spread on nonstick pan.
- Keep aside for 30 minutes.
- Heat 1 tbsp. Oil. Add to batter and mix well.
- Heat nonstick tava or flat pan.
- Pour one ladle-full batter in centre.
- Spread to form a pancake, thin as possible.
- Allow cooking. Drizzle with some oil.
- Roast further till crisp.
- Serve hot with pumpkin chutney or coconut chutney.
Variations: Pancakes can be varied widely, by adding toasted rajgiri, soaked granules of sago (sabudana), grated coconut etc.
1 cup: Fresh thick curd
1 no: Sweet potato, boiled, chopped
1 no: Potato, boiled, chopped
1 no: Cucumber, chopped
4-5 no: Waterchestnuts (singhara), boiled, peeled & chopped
1 tbsp: Coriander finely chopped
1 no: small Green Chili, finely chopped
1 tbsp: Roasted peanuts, whole
1/2 tsp: Cumin seed, powder
1/2 tsp: Cumin seeds, whole
1 tsp: Oil
Sugar to taste
Salt to taste
- Beat curd in a deep salad bowl.
- Add cumin powder, salt, sugar, chili and mix well.
- Add all prepared vegetables, peanuts and mix to blend well.
- Chill well till required.
- Heat oil in a small crucible, or tempering spoon.
- Add cumin seeds; allow spluttering.
- Pour sizzling tempering over raitha.
- Garnish with chopped coriander.
Note: To save time in chilling raitas, chilled prepared ingredients well ahead of time.
1 cup: Samwat /Parsai ke chaawal (washed)
1 no: large Potato, diced small
1 tsp: Zeera
1 tiny piece: Cinnamon
2 no: Chhoti elaichi
2 no: Green Chilies, chopped finely
3 cups: Green coriander for garnishing
2 tbsp: Ghee/oil
2 tsp: Sendha namak (rock salt)
3 cups: Water
- Heat ghee. Add zeera, elaichi and daalchini.
- When slightly colored, add potato and rice.
- Stir-fry till they look a bit fried.
- Add chopped green chilies.
- Add salt and water. Bring to a boil.
- Lower the flame and simmer, covered, for about 15 minutes or till cooked through and the water is absorbed.
- Serve hot garnished with hara dhania.
Ingredients: (makes – 7 to 8 tikkis)
3 no: Large Potatoes, boiled, peeled, mashed coarsely
1/2 cup: Singhare ka atta (waterchestnut flour)
1 tbsp: Fresh coriander leaves, finely chopped
5 no: Green chilies, finely chopped
1/4 tsp: Black pepper powder
1/4 tsp: Kala namak (black salt)
Oil to shallow fry
Salt to taste
- Mix all ingredients (except oil) till smooth.
- Knead into pliable dough.
- Shape into 2″ round thick flat patties (grease hands if it sticks).
- Grease griddle with a little oil, heat.
- Place patties; allow cooking on low flame till golden.
- Flip and cook other side, drizzle more oil if required.
- Serve hot with green chutney or peanut curd chutney.
Tip: If you are on low cal diet, roast tikkis on nonstick tava, without using oil.
- Boil green gram till its properly cooked.
- After boiling, keep it aside.
- Take a pan.
- Heat it and add oil.
- When oil heats up, add mustard sees followed by onion and red chilly.
- When its properly fried add the cooked gram.
- Add salt for taste. Mix well with a little lime squeezed over it.
- Wash, peel and pressure cook sweet yam for 15 minutes or till it tenders. Then cut in cubes.
- Take water in a kadai/pan and put jaggery in it. Keep stirring till jaggery melts down.
- Now add yam in it and sprinkle the cardamom powder or the seeds.
- Pour ghee and mix well. Remove from fire and after naivedya, eat and distribute.
- Soak tamarind in water for about an hour.
- Roast sesame seeds on a plain frying pan until light brown (no oil).
- Grind roasted sesame seeds into powder in a mixer (little water can be added if it doesn’t get ground properly)
- Chop onion and chillies finely and mix thoroughly in a bowl with powdered sesame and set it aside.
- Extract juice from soaked tamarind. Throw away the tamarind pulp.
- Mix extracted tamarind juice with the powder you have set aside in step 4.
- Add chopped coriander.
- Add salt according to taste.
- Ready to serve with rice.
- Wash and drain sago/saboodana. Keep aside for one hour.
- Grind roasted ground nuts, chillies with some salt. Donot add water and keep the powder aside.
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Mix groundnut and chilly powder with drained out sago.
- Add this mixture in the heated pan.
- Cook it at low fire for half an hour. Keep stirring.
- Add chopped tomatoes and grated potatoes.
- Add coriander leaves and serve hot with curd.
- Peel lauki & grate it with a grater.
- Boil lauki in a pan in a very small quantity of water(1/2 cup), when it gets boiled drain whole water so that only soft boiled lauki is left.
- Put milk in a large pan and boil for about 20 min.on medium flame, stir, then put the boiled lauki in the pan, mix well and let becomes semi solid(almost 20 min.), meanwhile grate khoya & mix in the pan.
- Add sugar, mix till it dissolves.
- Add dry fruits & elaichi powder.
- It is ready to serve, it can be taken chilled as well as hot.
Festival of Mahashivaratri is the most important festival for the millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. The festival has been accorded lot of significance in Hindu mythology. It says that a devotee who performs sincere worship of Lord Shiva on the auspicious day of Shivratri is absolved of sins and attains moksha.
Significance of Shivaratri in Hinduism
Festival of Mahashivaratri has tremendous significance in Hinduism. According to sacred scriptures, ritual worship of Lord Shiva on Shivratri festival that falls on the 14th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Phalgun pleases Lord Shiva the most. This fact is said to have been declared by Lord Shiva himself, when his consort Parvati asked him as to which ritual performed by his devotees pleases him the most.
Even till date, devotees of Lord Shiva perform the ritual worship of Shivratri with care and devotion. They observe day and nigh fast and give sacred bath to Shiva Linga with honey, milk, water etc. Hindus consider it extremely auspicious to worship Lord Shiva on a Shivaratri as it is believed that worship of Lord Shiva with devotion and sincerity absolves a devotee of past sins. The devotee reaches the abode of Lord Shanker and lives there happily. He is also liberated from the cycle of birth and death and attains moksha or salvation.
Significance of Shivaratri for Women
Mahashivratri Festival is also considered to be an extremely significant festival by women. Married and unmarried women observe fast and perform Shiva Puja with sincerity to appease Goddess Parvati who is also regarded as ‘Gaura’ – one who bestows marital bliss and long and prosperous married life. Unmarried women also pray for a husband like Lord Shiva who is regarded as the ideal husband.