Stories Tagged 'Mahashivaratri'
It is a cloudy Saturday evening and the skies are as grey as the chillum smoke lazily circling Madanlal Goswami Pandit and Bablu Goswami Pandit. The two sit side-by-side at the Ram Mandir in Pashupatinath, taking long, deep drags from a short stubby chillum that they clutch between their fingers.
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The Maha Shivaratri festival marks the overcoming of darkness and ignorance in life
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It was during the lunar month of Falgun, say the Hindu Puranas, that the Hindu god Shiva drank the poisonous negativity of the cosmos to allow for regeneration to triumph over complete annihilation.
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Smoking marijuana has become a norm of sorts for many people who visit the Pashupati temple on the Mahashivarati festival.
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Hindu devotees all over the country are celebrating the great festival of Mahashivaratri by worshipping Lord Shiva at various rivers, ponds and temples on Friday.
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Hindu devotees all over the country are celebrating the great festival of Mahashivaratri on Monday by worshiping Lord Shiva at various rivers, ponds and temples since early morning.
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