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Lord Shiva Devotional Video Songs & Music Mix ft Stories of Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma | Maha Shivarathri Special Songs | Shiva Temples & Shivalaya Ottam | Hindu Devotional Songs | Story of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati | Lord Shiva Animated Stories

damarun
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Lord Shiva Devotional Video Songs & Musics mashup mix featuring Stories of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma from Hindu Mythology..

* Songs & Musics from -
Shiv shiv by Shankar Mahadevan - Damarukam (2012)
Shiva Tandava Stotram by Uma Mohan
Karpura Gauram Karunavtaram - Devon Ke Dev Mahadev
Hara hara shivane by S P Bala Subrahmanyam
Omkaram srishtisaram - Damarukam (2012)
Chandrachooda - Karmayogi (2012)
Thandavam - Sankaraabharanam
Vaikkathu vazhunna - Ganga theertham
Lord Shiva in Exile

Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival of Nepal and India celebrated annually in reverence of the God Shiva. While most Hindu festivals are celebrated during the day, Shivaratri is celebrated during the night by keeping a "jaagaran" - a night-long vigil as its believed that Lord Shiva saved the universe from darkness and ignorance. This day is believed to be the day that Shiva was married to the Goddess Parvati. The Maha Shivaratri festival, also popularly known as 'Shivaratri' (spelt as Sivaratri, Shivaratri, Sivarathri, and Shivarathri) or 'Great Night of Shiva', marks the convergence of Shiva and Shakti. Maha Shivaratri is celebrated on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Nepali Calendar|Bikram Sambat Calendar on the month of Falgun as per Amavasya-ant month calculation. As per Poornima-ant month calculation, the day is Krishna Paksha Trayodashi or Chaturdashi of Bikram Sambat calendar month Falgun which falls in February or March as per the English Gregorian calendar. Of the twelve Shivaratris in the year, the Maha Shivarathri is the most holy.

‘Sivalaya Ottam’ means running from one Siva temple to another. On the day of Shivratri, the pilgrims at Kanyakumari district worship at 12 Shiva temples covering a distance of 82 km within 24 hours by foot. Pilgrims who cover the distance by foot observe ‘vritha’ for a week. Those who cannot run this distance, visit the temples in vehicles. Package tours are available at Trivandrum on the day of Shivarathri.
The temples covered in a particular sequence starting from Thirumalai Siva Temple which is near Marthandam (40 km from Kanyakumari) are as follows:
1. Thirumalai
2. Thikkurichi
3. Thripparappu
4. Thirunanthikkara
5. Ponmana
6. Pannippakam
7. Kalkulam
8. Thirumelankode
9. Thiruvidaikode
10. Thiruvithamkode
11. Thirupannikode
12. Thirunattalam