Maha Shivaratri


महा शिवरात्रि/सिला चःह्रे

On the fourteenth day of the lunar month  the night before the new moon is called MAHA Shivaratri, the spiritual and cultural significance of Shivaratri falls on Krishna Chaturdashi in the month of Falgun every year, having MAHA Shivaratri throughout the year.Even at this night, the Earth’s North Pole remains in such a way that it has been proven to have extraordinary flow of power and gravity on the earth’s organisms. Perhaps this is why nature is believed to be pulling people to the spiritual side these days.It is also scientifically interpreted to carry this spiritual power, attraction and awakening into one’s body, and to celebrate Shivaratri by staying awake tonight.

Moreover, Nepal, even more history could not include in its document the country of adorable Dev Pashupatinath, sacred pasture like the mossy forests mentioned in various mythological and religious documents, the land of shady shadow of Kailash and the land of faith of Hindus. Today, Pashupatinath has a special knack. Today, Pashupatinath’s people can be described as a religious family.There is a widespread presence of Sadhus in Pashupati today, who have attained perfection in various things and are living a spirituality and a life beyond the society in which we are living. On return, it is customary for the Pashupati Development Fund to give them formal holidays, including gifts and more.

In Newa community worships as Shilachare every day on Shivratri. On this day, it is customary for people from clubs or groups to raise money on the table, along with special children, to burn the fire in the evening and to eat roasted corn and other things. The practice of money laundering by this way is called wake-up. Since all such people from the toll neighborhoods and groups gather to fire and worship, the Shilachare worship is very popular among children.This puja is performed on the day of Shivratri, thus Shiva is worshiped in the evening. The Shivaratri falls on the Newa calendar in the month of Newa, in the month of Silla, which is considered as the holy month in the Neva month. On this day, it is also practiced in the Newa community to eat briquettes and cooked halwa, puri and aquarius in the evening.