The Hindu festival known as Maha Shivratri is celebrated throughout the entire year. It is devoted to Lord Shiva and is celebrated nine times a year. 

On the fourteenth night of the waning moon during the month of Phalgun, the festival is held and celebrated.  

Masik, Shiv Shivaratri, and You In its capacity as a platform for personal growth and transformation, it fulfills its intended purpose. 

In accordance with the Hindu lunar calendar, the festival is celebrated on the Chaturdashi Tithi festival day. 

The celebration is regarded as being on par with the Ashwamedha Yagna, which is a very powerful event.  

The Skanda Purana outlines four main Shivaratri observances: Nitya Shivaratri, Masa Shivaratri, and Maga Shivaratri. 

The central event is the Maha Shivaratri, which takes place on the 14th day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Maga. 

The ceremony includes wearing a Rudraksha mala, applying Vibhuti, applying Haldi and Kumkum on the Shiva Lingam, and presenting a garland of lotus flowers.