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SHIVARATRI Lingam worship

SHIVARATRI: Lingam worship, milk, Marijuana & stoned naked ascetics on a high…while hindu females are specially happy on this king of all nights – Shiva’s night…

The Mahashivaratri Festival, a festival most Hindus look forward to every year, is aptly known as ‘The Night of Shiva’ celebrated with pomp and reverence. The most powerful deity of the Hindu trinity, ‘Shivaratri’ falls on the moonless 14th night of the new moon which occurs in the Hindu month of Falgun, working out to be calculative in the month of February-March according to the English Gregorian calendar. Devotees follow a strict regimen of day and night fast and perform ritual worship of the Shiva Lingam to pacify Lord Shiva.

According to Hindu mythology, Shivaratri or 'Shiva's Great Night' symbolizes the wedding day of Lord Shiva and Parvati. There are also many who believe, Shivaratri is the night when Lord Shiva performed the ‘Tandava Nritya’ - the dance of primeval creation, preservation and destruction. Celebrating the festival as per habitual traditions, devotees enact a ritual bath to the Lingam with the panchagavya of: milk, sour milk, urine, butter and dung. The great occasion of Shivaratri primarily occurs at night. In Nepal, thousands of devotees of Lord Shiva throng Shiva temples across the country and thousands from across the borders in India visit this temple and spend ‘the Night of Lord Shiva’ by chanting verses and hymns in praise of the mythical Lord. This festival holds a deep significance for the ladies. They pray to the Goddess Parvati also called 'Gaura', the giver of 'Suhag' for good husbands, marital bliss and a long and prosperous married life.

in Nepal, millions of Hindus attend Shivaratri together from different corners of the world at the famous Pashupatinath Temple and among these are a huge number of Sadhus and naked Naga ascetics’ who also throng the temple each year as they come to worship Shiva in his summer resort and enjoy marijuana for a spiritual high which is allowed by the government on this particular occasion. Though marijuana is legalized in some countries due to its medicinal effects, the cops in Nepal are tested to the limits with patience in controlling marijuana lovers stoned to a standstill on a high as they revel in the company of the Naga babas & unable to take any legal action on this special day due to a mythical god who enjoyed this substance himself in the company of his lover Parvati. This is also where Nepalese females who throng to the temple’s premises to worship the shiva lingam get zapped with the naked Naga babas & can’t help stealing a glimpse of the nude Naga ascetics stoning up from their decorative chillums with their flaccid dicks dangling for all to view, not bothered with the rave their physical presence has created & girls can he seen & heard screaming in laughter embarrassed with the display but otherwise enjoying these sights in a nation where till almost a century ago during the Rana reign in Nepal, Nepali females were confined to peeping onto streets through the slits of curtains covering the windows of their homes…

Well, this is the night of all nights – its shiva’s night, but even shiva seems to go backstage to delightfully watch his faithful followers intoxicated with happiness as they go the mile in spiritual reverence to this big occasion for Hindus on this day of ‘SHIVARATRI’’ – The night of lord shiva…