Friday October 19, 2018

Maha Shivaratri 2023

Hindus  worshipping Lord Shiva at temple in Bengaluru.Hindus worshipping Lord Shiva at temple in Bengaluru.

Maha Shivaratri for the year 2023 is celebrated/ observed on Saturday, February 18.

Maha Shivaratri is a festival also known as Great Night of Shiva and Shivaratri celebrating the Lord Shiva god.

More information on Maha Shivaratri. (Dates, Customs and History for Maha Shivaratri)

Maha Shivaratri
Name(s):Maha Shivaratri, The Great night of Shiva
Type:Observance, Hindu
When:Phalguna month in Hindu Calendar or Late Winter (February March time)

How many days to Maha Shivaratri 2023?

Saturday, February 18th is the 48 day of the 2023 calendar year with 4 years, 3 months, 30 days until the celebration/ observance of Maha Shivaratri 2023.

February 2023 Holidays

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Feb 1 - WedNational Freedom Day 2023Observance1566
Feb 2 - ThursGroundhog Day 2023Observance1567
Feb 3 - FriNational Wear Red Day 2023Observance1568
Feb 6 - MonTu B'Shevat 2023Jewish1571
Feb 12 - SunLincoln's Birthday 2023Observance1577
Feb 14 - TuesValentine's Day 2023Observance1579
Feb 18 - SatMaha Shivaratri 2023Hindu1583
Feb 18 - SatIsra and Mi'raj 2023Muslim1583
Feb 20 - MonPresidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2023Federal Holiday1585
Feb 21 - TuesMardi Gras 2023Christian1586
Feb 22 - WedAsh Wednesday 2023Christian1587
Feb 22 - WedLent 2023Christian1587

Maha Shivaratri by Year

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