2023 Maha Shivaratri Pooja Date and Timings Andhra Pradesh

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Maha Shivaratri, is The great Festival Celebrated all over the World, Especially celebrating wonderfully in India. As per the south Indian Calender, Chaturdashi Tithi which falls in the month of Magha during Krishna Paksha is called Maha Shivaratri. As per North Indian Calender, Maha Shivaratri occurs in the month of Phalguna. However, Maha Shivaratri is celebrated on the same day by both North Indians and south Indians.

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2023 Maha Shivaratri Pooja Date and Timings Andhra Pradesh

Maha Shivaratri for the year 2023 in Andhra Pradesh is on the 18th of February. The Nishita Kaal pooja timings are from 11:57 PM to 12:46 AM  which lasts for 49 mins. The Shivaratri Parana will be on 19th February  from 6:31 AM to 3:16 PM

  • Ratri First Prahar Puja Time – 6:11 PM to 9:16 PM
  • Ratri Second Prahar Puja Time – 9:16 PM to 12:21 AM, Feb 19
  • Ratri Third Prahar Puja Time – 12:21 AM to 3:26 AM, Feb 19
  • Ratri Fourth Prahar Puja Time – 3:26 AM to 6:31 AM, Feb 19
  • Chaturdashi Tithi Begins – 8:02 PM on Feb 18, 2023
  • Chaturdashi Tithi Ends – at 4:18 PM on Feb 19, 2023

2023 Maha Shivaratri 2023 Puja Vidhanam Telugu:

  • On Maha Shivaratri, devotees wake up early to take a bath and perform the pooja for Lord Shiva followed by Harati and Prasadam.
  • Devotees take a Sankalp to fast the entire day on Shivaratri. This Sankalp allows devotees to be self-determined for the entire fasting period and to end the fast the next day with the seeking of Lord Shiva.
  • In the evening, Devotees take a bath for the second time before visiting the temple and doing Shiva pooja.
  • To avail good benefits from the pooja, it is said to break the fast between Sunrise and the end of Chaturdashi Tithi.

2023 Maha Shivaratri Parana Prahar Vidhi:

  • Shivaratri Pooja Should be performed during the night. The Shiva Ratri night can be divided into four Prahar to perform Shiva pooja Four times. For all those people who can perform only one time should be at midnight. Devotees who would like to do Prahar four times can use different materials to perform Abhishekam.
  • For the First Prahar, water Abhishekam. Curd Abhishekam for the Second Prahar, Ghee Abhishekam for the third Prahar, and ghee Abhishekam for the fourth Prahar must be performed avoiding other Abhishek materials like milk, rose water, yogurt, sugar, and Sandalwood paste.
  • After the Abhishekam, garlands made with Bilva leaves (Bilva Patram) are used for decorating Lingam as these leaves are said to cool down Lord Shiva followed by Dhoop and Deepam.


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