Team Bankersadda wishes you all a very happy Mahashivratri. Shivratri is a Hindu festival that people celebrate in honour of Lord Shiva, as this day marks the celebration of marriage of God Shiva. The fourteenth day of every lunar month or the day before the new moon is known as Shivratri and according to the Hindu calendar there are 12 shivratris amongst which the Mahashivratri is celebrated in the month of Feb-March and it is the one with the most spiritual significance.
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Hindus observe fast during the day to celebrate the festival, visit God Shiva’s temples to perform abhishesk, religious rituals and poojas and stay up all night to chant devotional songs. We wish this Shivratri gives you emense energy and positivity to overcome all challenges and work hard for the goal you are aiming at.
- The day celebrates the marriage anniversary of God Shiva and Mata Parvati.
- Mahashivratri falls of the 14th day of the month Phalgun of the Hindu Calendar
- It is believed according to folklore that God Shiva performed Tandava dance on this night.
Celebrate the festival with full enthusiasm and also keep practicing for the SBI Clerk Prelims exam as the the exam starts from 22 February. This year has begun with plenty of opportunity for all banking aspirants and with the right preparation you can become a banker in 2020.