In Hinduism, many methods, measures and mantras etc. have been prescribed for the worship of Lord Shiva. In this, recitation of Shiva Mahimna Stotra is considered very important. This hymn of Lord Shiva’s glory is very beautiful, by reciting it with devotion and faith, all the wishes of the seeker are fulfilled in the blink of an eye. Composed by Gandharvaraj Pushpadanta, the supreme devotee of Lord Shiva, this hymn is dear to Mahadev, the God of Gods. This is the reason why devotees of Bhole perform special chants in this month of Shravan to get desired boons from him. Let us know about Shiv Mahimna Stotra.
The virtuous fruit of worshiping Lord Shiva
According to Hindu belief, ‘Shiva Mahimna Stotra’, which gives the virtuous fruit of worship of Lord Shiva, has been described in a supernatural way. It is believed that when Shiva was asked about his form, he himself described his holy form through this hymn. Which means everything in this world is Shivamaya. Lord Shiva is the master of water, land, sky etc. Shiva is the only truth. Glorifying Lord Shiva, this sacred hymn states that Lord Shiva is the Lord of Gods, by whose mere gesture both the common man and the gods enjoy happiness, wealth and opulence.
Religious Significance of Shiv Mahimna Stotra
According to Shiv Mahimna Stotra there is immense bliss in the devotion of Lord Bholenath, after attaining which the devotee of Shiva has no other desire because the person who recites Shiv Mahimna Stotra with true devotion and faith floats in the Bhava Sagar all the time. lives. Shiva’s blessings. And he is not troubled by any fear, disease or sorrow of life. It is believed that reciting Shiva Mahimna Stotra yields more virtuous fruits than all kinds of charity, penance and pilgrimages. The Shiva devotee who recites this verse, enjoys all kinds of pleasures and finally attains Shivloka.
When to recite Shiv Mahimna Stotra?
According to the age-old tradition, you can chant the mantras of Lord Shiva, the God of public welfare, on any day and at any time, but if done in the evening with full devotion and faith, special virtue is obtained. According to Hindu belief, reciting Shiv Mahim Stotra every day in the month of Shravan or on Mondays or on Shivratri pleases Mahadev and bestows the desired boon on the seeker.