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Annual celebration of Mahashivaratri Friday, 16 February
by Global Good News staff writer
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15 February 2007
Friday, 16 February 2007 is the highly auspicious Vedic celebration and festival of Mahashivaratri, which is an annual celebration of Shiva, also known as Purusha, the silent administering intelligence of Natural Law—the infinite silence at basis of all activity in the universe.
Mahashivaratri is celebrated on this day to utilize the support from Natural Law lively at this time in the Vedic Calendar. By enlivening the silent influence of Purusha in human awareness, Mahashivaratri allows us to go to the deepest level of Natural Law and accomplish the most difficult desires. Mahashivaratri is said to be that day which removes the obstacles to the fulfilment of all the desires to improve every aspect of life on Earth.
Each year, the Global Country of World Peace conducts global celebrations on the Vedic festival of Mahashivaratri and undertakes highly auspicious activity on a global scale. On Friday there will be a great Puja (Vedic performance of thanksgiving) that will be held in order to begin the inauguration of the programme of Raam bonds in 84 countries and the inauguration of Maharishi's Capitals of Global Raam Raj in 84 countries. This celebration and ceremony will be broadcast live on the Maharishi channel and will begin at 11:30 AM Central European Time, 4:30 AM US Central time.
For information on replays of the broadcast, please visit www.mou.org
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