Matha Sivarathiri Dates 2017

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Matha Sivarathiri 2017 – As per Hindu Calendar, Matha Shivratri is celebrated on the 14th day of each month during the waning moon (Krishna Paksha) half. maths means ‘monthly’ and Shivaratri means ‘night of Lord Shiva’. The day is observed every month whereas Mahashivratri falls once in a year. Month wise Matha Shivratri 2017 details and list given below.

Matha Sivarathiri 2017 / Amavasai 2017 / Pournami 2017 / Pradosham 2017 / Karthigai 2017 / Ashtami 2017 / Navami 2017 / Sashti 2017 / Sankatahara Chathurthi 2017 / Thiruvonam 2017 / Ekadhasi 2017 / Chathurthi 2017

Year – 2017 Amavasai Pournami Matha Sivarathiri Pradosham Karthigai Ashtami Navami Sashti Sankatahara Chathurthi Thiruvonam Ekadhasi Chathurthi
January

27 Fri


28 Sat

12 Thu

25 Thu

10 Tue


25 Wed

08 Sun

05 Thu


20 Fri

06 Fri


21 Sat

04 Wed

15 Sun

01 Sun

08 Sun


23 Mon

02 Mon

February

26 Sun

10 Fri


11 Sat

24 Fri

08 Wed


24 Fri

04 Sat

04 Sat


18 Sat

05 Sun


19 Sun

02 Thu

14 Tue

24 Fri

07 Tue


22 Wed

14 Tue

March

27 Mon

12 Sat

26 Sun

10 Fri


25 Sat

04 Sat


31 Fri

05 Sun


20 Mon

06 Mon


21 Tue

03 Fri

16 Fri

23 Thu

08 Wed


23 Thu

16 Thu

April

26 Wed

10 Mon

24 Mon

08 Sat


24 Mon

27 Thu

04 Tue


19 Wed

05 Wed


20 Thu

02 Sun

14 Fri

20 Thu

06 Thu


22 Sat

29 Sat

Year – 2017 Amavasai Pournami Maadha Sivarathiri Pradosham Karthigai Ashtami Navami Sashti Sankatahara Chathurthi Thiruvonam Ekadhasi Chathurthi
May

25 Thu

10 Wed

24 Wed

08 Mon


23 Tue

25 Thu

03 Wed


19 Fri

04 Thu


20 Sat

01 Mon


31 Wed

14 Sun

17 Wed

06 Sat


22 Mon

29 Mon

June

23 Fri

09 Fri

22 Thu

06 Tue


21 Wed

21 Wed

01 Thu


17 Sat

02 Fri


18 Sun

29 Thu

13 Tue

13 Tue

05 Mon


20 Tue

27 Tue

July

23 Sun

08 Sat

21 Fri

06 Thu


21 Fri

19 Wed

01 Sat


16 Sun


30 Sun

02 Sun


17 Mon


31 Mon

29 Sat

12 Wed

11 Tue

04 Tue


19 Wed

27 Thu

August

21 Mon

07 Mon

20 Sun

05 Sat


19 Sat

15 Tue

15 Tue


29 Tue

16 Wed


30 Wed

27 Sun

11 Fri

07 Mon

03 Thu


18 Fri

25 Fri

Year – 2017 Amavasai Pournami Maadha Sivarathiri Pradosham Karthigai Ashtami Navami Sashti Sankatahara Chathurthi Thiruvonam Ekadhasi Chathurthi
September

19 Tue

05 Tue

18 Mon

03 Sun


17 Sun

11 Mon

13 Wed


28 Thu

14 Thu


29 Fri

11 Mon


26 Tue

09 Sat

03 Sun

01 Fri


16 Sat

23 Sat

October

19 Thu

05 Thu

18 Wed

03 Tue


17 Tue

09 Mon

12 Thu


27 Fri

13 Fri


28 Sat

25 Wed

08 Sun

01 Sun


28 Sat

01 Sun


15 Sun


31 Tue

23 Mon

November

18 Sat

03 Fri

16 Thu

01 Wed


15 Wed

05 Sun

11 Sat


26 Sun

12 Sun


27 Mon

09 Thu


24 Fri

07 Tue

24 Fri

14 Tue


29 Wed

22 Wed

December

17 Sun

03 Sun

16 Sat

01 Fri


15 Fri


30 Sat

30 Sat

10 Sun


26 Tue

11 Mon


27 Wed

08 Fri


24 Sun

06 Wed

22 Fri

13 Wed


29 Fri

22 Fri

Matha Sivarathiri 2017

Matha Sivarathiri 2017

Matha Shivaratri 2017

According to hindus, shivaratri is a festival which helps to ‘overcome darkness’ in life. Shivarathri comes in every lunisolar month of hindu calendar. It falls on 13th night/14th day after pournami. Shivaratri is celebrated at night.

Maha Shivaratri

Shivaratri is closely connected to Lord Shiva. Shivarathri that comes in the month of february/march is very auspicious among other shivarathri and it is called as ‘Maha Shivaratri’. Maha Shivaratri is celebrated as a day of gratitude to Lord Shiva for protecting the world from the deadly poison. Maha Shivaratri is a major festival for hindus. They consider this maha shivarathri as ‘Great night of Shiva’. During the night, Shiva Linga are given holy bath every three hours. Thousands of people across the country, spend this auspicious night in the temple. They undergo fasting, perform poojas, chanting prayers in praise of lord, offering neivedhyam and performs other rituals.

Shivaratri is considered as the night when Lord Shiva performed the ‘Tandava Nritya’ – the dance of primordial creation, preservation and destruction. On the night of shivaratri, abisekha (ritual bath to the God) is performed with the panchagavya – milk, sour milk, urine, butter and dung. The festival holds special meaning for the ladies. They pray to Goddess Parvati also called ‘Gaura’, the giver of (‘suhag’ for) good husbands, marital bliss and a long and prosperous married life.

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