Shiva Mahadeva Puja Homa

Shiva Mahadeva Puja / humain

Shiva est le Seigneur de la miséricorde et de la compassion. Il protège les dévots des forces du mal, tels que la convoitise, avidité, et la colère. Il accorde des faveurs, confère grâce et éveille la sagesse dans ses dévots.

Siva a le teint blanc. Quelle est la signification de la couleur blanche? Il enseigne en silence que les gens devraient avoir le cœur pur et entretiennent des pensées pures et doivent être libres de tortuosité, diplomatie, jalousie, la haine, etc..

Rishabha ou le taureau représente Dharma Devata. Siva monte sur le taureau. Bull est Son véhicule. Cela dénote que le Seigneur Shiva est le protecteur de Dharma, est une incarnation du Dharma ou la justice.

La croyance populaire est que le Shiva Lingam représente le phallus ou de l'organe viril, l'emblème de la puissance génératrice ou d'un principe dans la nature. Ceci est non seulement une grave erreur, mais une grave erreur. Dans la période post-védique, Linga est devenue symbolique de la puissance génératrice de Siva. Linga est la marque de différenciation. Il est certainement pas le sexe marque.

Linga signifie "marque", en sanskrit. Il est un symbole qui indique une inférence. Quand vous voyez une grande inondation dans une rivière, vous concluez qu'il y avait eu de fortes pluies de la veille. Lorsque vous voyez de la fumée, vous concluez qu'il est fire.The Siva Linga est un symbole de Siva. Lorsque vous regardez le Linga, votre esprit est à la fois élevée et vous commencez à penser du Seigneur.

Some specifications related to Shiva Puja
Shiva Puja is one of the most important religious rituals related to Hindu religion, which is done to worship the Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is considered as the most powerful God, who is an indispensable part of the holy Trinity- Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is the preserver and Mahesh/Shiva is the destroyer. Shiva Puja is done by the followers to please Lord Shiva and he is known to be pleased very easily. In this puja the mantra of “Om Namah Shivay” is chanted by the devotees.

When to do Shiva Puja?
Cependant, there are some specific festivals/occasions related to Lord Shiva on which the Shiva Puja is performed, but it is considered to be most beneficial if done in the Shrawan month. And Monday is the day on which Shiva Puja is performed. Alors, performing Shiva Puja on the Mondays of Shrawan month has its own significance. For completing the Shiva Puja in this month, you are required to do fasting on every Monday of this month. Along with that, you should read the path of Laghurudra, Atirudra and Maharudra. The other days on which you can do this Puja are the monthly Shivratri, Ekadashi, Amavasya, Poornima, Teej, Month of Shravan and Mahashivratri festival.
Shiv Puja is also done by unmarried girls after they do fasting for consecutive 16 Mondays. Girls do this fasting and pray to Lord Shiva for blessing them with a loving and caring husband just like Him. In is not only that, married women also do fasting for Lord Shiva and pray for the long life of their husbands. habituellement, Panchamrit is offered to Lord Shiva while performing Shiva Puja. This panchamrit is a special mixture of milk, gangajal, saffron, water and honey/sugar. Cependant, there are some specifications related to the Shiva Puja which we are going to discuss below.
Some specifications of the Shiva Puja
• Shivling, the representation of Lord Shiva, should be offered milk by using a steel container.
• Water to the Shivling should be offered by a bronze container.
• Sandalwood tilak is put on all the idols belonging to the Shiva’s family. It includes the idol of Lord Shiva, Ma Parvati (his wife), Lord Karthikey and Lord Ganesha, Shesh Naag (the snake which coils around the Lord Shiva’s Neck) and Nandi (Lord Shiva’s Vahan).
• White flowers should be showered after doing the tilak ceremony because Shivji Likes the white flowers most. You can use a single or multiple varieties of flowers.
All the above mentioned offerings are offered on the general occasions. But, on the special occasions like Shivratri, devotees offer many other offerings which are Bel, Bel leaves, rice grains and gangajal. After all the offerings are made, Shiva Chalisa is recited by the devotees, which is then followed by many other mantras. And as the benefits of Shiva Puja are great, devotees can do this Puja on any Monday when they wish to. Whether you want to gain knowledge, intelligence, purified soul, inner peace, salvation or overall good life, you can do this Puja.
Avantages de Shiva Puja:

1.Donne Richesse.
2.Donne État Moksha.
3.Donne longue vie.
4.Donne de bons enfants.
5.Mélodieuse voix.
6.Libère de dettes.
7.Donne une bonne santé et supprime inimitié.
8.Supprime peur de la mort.
9.Donne la jouissance et la pleine satisfaction dans la vie.
10.Donne la vie majestueuse.
11.Donne la grâce de Lakshmi.
12.Supprime inimitié.