Mahashivratri falls on 21st February 2020
The 14th day of every lunar month, the day before the Amavasya or new moon, is referred to as Shivratri.
On this night, people on the spiritual path usually perform sadhanas (spiritual practice) of special significance.
Of the twelve Shivratris that occur in a calendar year, the one that occurs in the lunar month of Magha, is called Mahashivratri because it is the most powerful of the twelve Shivratris.
Celebrate this “Mahashivratri” in the divine presence of our 'Shiv Parivar' at Shri Anna Ganapati Navgraha Siddhapeetham with :
– Lord Shiva(Rudraksha Mahadev),
– Maa Chamundeshwari,
– Karthik Swami and
A very grand and pompous abhishekam in Shravan Masa was performed on the Shivling with 1.25 crores Rudraksha (specially brought from Nepal ) for over week.
These Rudrakshas are still being distributed as Prasadam by Swamiji till date to all devotees who visit the temple.