18th February, 2023 | Bangalore

Mahashivratri 2023

Mahashivratri is the day of Lord Shiva. Wherever there is beauty, truth, and benevolence, there is Shiva. And, there is no place where the Shiva principle is absent. But, Shiva is not a person. It is that principle which is the summum bonum of the whole creation and pervades the entire universe. This principle, called the Shiva Tattva, is the quintessence of life and is present deep within every living being.

On Mahashivratri, we celebrate the Shiva Tattva by going deep within us, meditating, and rejoicing in the Shiva energy. More than ever before, Mahashivratri 2023 will be a day and night that devotees eagerly wait for as the spirit flourishes in the special energy present in this unique time. There are certain days and time frames in a year when one’s mental health and spiritual faculties are enhanced and Mahashivratri is one such precious day.

Gurudev will translate the ancient wisdom of the Shiv Sutras, connecting you with the Shiva Tattva within. Explore this deeply transformative experience and tap into your inner joy, peace and love.

When is Mahashivratri 2023?

Mahashivratri in 2023 is on Saturday, 18th February.

The Maha Shiv Ratri 2023 is a unique opportunity that will lead you towards peace, understanding, and a feeling of oneness with the Divine!

Mahashivratri 2023 is an auspicious time with joyful celebrations and deep soul-searching. Lord Shiva is considered the ultimate sanctuary for devotees seeking material as well as spiritual goals. More than ever today, people the world over are looking forward to getting solace, and finding inner peace. As the world looks forward to new beginnings and awakenings, there could not be a more propitious time than Mahashivratri 2023 - to send out good thoughts, wishes, and prayers to the Divine! Come and participate!

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