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Shivratri, also known as Maha Shivaratri, is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva. It is one of the most important Hindu festivals and is observed on the 13th night/14th day of the Hindu month of Phalguna (February/March). The festival is also known as the “Night of Lord Shiva” and is believed to be the night when Lord Shiva performed the Tandava, a cosmic dance to preserve the universe.

On Shivratri, devotees observe fast, offer prayers and perform rituals to please Lord Shiva. They also visit Shiva temples and offer milk, fruits, flowers, and bel leaves to the deity. In some parts of India, people also perform a night-long vigil and engage in singing hymns and songs in praise of Lord Shiva.

Shivratri holds great significance for Hindus and is considered an auspicious day for seeking blessings from Lord Shiva. It is believed that those who observe the fast and perform the rituals on Shivratri with devotion and purity of heart are blessed with peace, happiness, and prosperity.

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Rudraksha is believed to have several benefits in Hindu tradition, some of which include:

Reducing stress and anxiety: It is said to have a calming effect on the mind and body and to help with emotional balance.

Improving focus and concentration: It is said to increase mental clarity and improve the ability to focus.

Providing a sense of peace and well-being: It is said to bring a sense of inner peace and tranquility.

Improving physical and mental health: It is said to have positive effects on blood pressure, heart rate and immune system.

Protection from negative energies: It is said to protect the wearer from negative energies and bring good luck and prosperity.

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