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For more Bhajans of Shivji click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Shivji is a major Hindu deity, and is the Destroyer or Transformer among the Trimurti, the Hindu Trinity of the primary aspects of the divine. He is regarded as the most powerful god in Hinduism. In the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism, Shiva is the Supreme God and has five important works: creator, preserver, destroyer, concealer, and revealer (to bless). In the Smarta tradition, he is regarded as one of the five primary forms of God Bhojpuri Bhajan: Alha Rawanseshwar Baidnath Vol 2 Album: Alha Rawanseshwar Baidnath Vol 2 Singer: Sanjo Badhel shiv,shiva,bhola,aashutosh,aja,ashutosh,bhav,bhavesh,bhargav,akul,arha,arihant,bhav,bhairav,ekling,ekapad,girik,girilal,ishaan,shiv guru,mahadev, Maha mritunjay If you like the video don't forget to share with others & also share your views. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/spicebhakti Our Bhakti channel is a bouquet (bunch) of bhajan, kirtan (devotional content) of different regional languages of India. You can find out in different categories such as Hindi Bhajans, Bhojpuri Bhajans, Haryanvi Bhajans, Gujarati Bhajans, Rajasthani Bhajans and Telugu Bhajans. It is believed that Large no of Gods (lords) are worshipped in hindu mythology. The number of Gods in Hinduism are 330 million. Among which some are male diety are some are female . But not all people worship all of them. Individuals has belief in particular god. Some well known Male Diety are Lord Ganesha, Shiv Shankar, Krishna, Ram, Vishnu, Hanuman and female Diety are Maa Durga, Kali, Lakshmi, Sarswati, Santoshi, Narayani etc. It is believed that Lord Brahma is creator of the world, Vishnu is maintainer or preserver and Shiva is the destroyer or transformer (Moksh data). Maha shivratri is celebrated every year on the 13th night /14th day of the Maagha in reverence of mahadev. It is believed that ma gauri and lord shiv was got married at this night. Devotees chant shiv bhajans, shiv dhun, mangal arti, shiv parvati arti on this occasion. The Mahamrityunjay mantra of lord shiva is great death conquering mantra. The Ganga river is confined in the infinite whirls and swirls of lord Shiva. She actually originate from the matted hair lock of Lord Shiva. Devaghar (Jharkhand) is famous shrine of Lord shiva. Every year lacs of Kanwar go there in the month of Sawan.Devotees are called kawariya. Devghar is also famous as bolbum. On the way of Bolbam Devotees enjoy bolbam bhajans and songs a lot. Mahakaleshwar, Amarnath, Ganga Sagar etc are also popular shrines of Lord Shiva, kailash was the living place of lord shiva.Ma durga is diety of shakti. Every year people celebrate navratri twice. One in the month of Chait (April) and Other in the month of Ashwin (October). This festival is celebrated nine days & in each day particular form of devi is worshipped. First day shailputri, Second day brahmcharini, third day chandraghanta, forth day kushmanda, fifthday skandmata, sixth day kathyayni, seveth day kaalratri, eighth day mahagauri and ninth day siddhidaatri is worshipped. People hear and enchant navratri bhajans, navratri songs, durga chalisa,durga saptsati etc. After 20 days of navratri we celebrate diwali in which mata lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped and after 6 days of diwali we celebrates chhath in which people worshipped lord sun. people gives aragh to surya dev in the river and chhath is also known as surya shashti. Although it is observed most elaborately in Bihar, Jharkhand, Eastern UP and the Terairegions of Nepal in modern times. Ma Lakshmi is known as Diety of Wealth and prosperous and Ganesha is god of gud luck amd son of mata parvati.Ganesha is also known as vighnanasak, vighnaharta,ganpati bappa. In Maharastra people celebrate ganesh Chaturthi on large scale and a chant ganpati bappa morya is also very famous at maharastra. Siddhi Vinayak is famous shrine of Ganesha. Sirdi Sai temple of Sai is near by Pune which is situated in Maharastra. Guru Nanak Gurpurab also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism. Gogaji also known as Jahar Veer Gogga is a folk deity, worshiped in northern states of India especially in Rajasthan and Uttar pradesh. He is a warrior-hero of the region, venerated as a saint and a 'snake-god'. Gorakshanath (also known as Gorakhnath) was an 11th to 12th century Hindu Nath yogi, connected to Shaivism as one of the two most important disciples of Mats yendra nath, the other being Caurangi.