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Maha Shivarathri – 2019

The different religions of the world are paths to achievement of union of the individual with the Divine in whatever name that is used to define that concept. The SSIO, a multi-faith spiritual organisation, honours the different religions and celebrates some of their significant holy days as method of fostering tolerance, understanding and inclusion. One such significant event is the Hindu religion’s Maha Shivarathi, a night dedicated to God know as Shiva. The night is traditionally observed as one in which concentration on God in different ways is observed from sunset to sunrise the next day. This year, Maha Shivarathri falls on the night of Monday, 4 March. This event will be observed by a number of regions and individual groups and all are welcome to attend any of the celebrations

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Maha Shivarathri – 2017


The Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG, in keeping with its multi-faith spiritual approach of observing holy days of a number of world religions, will be observing the Hindu religion’s Maha Shivarathi, a night dedicated to the aspect of God know as Shiva. The night is traditionally observed as one in which concentration on God in different ways is observed from sunset to sunrise the next day.

A number of the organisation’s regions will be observing this sacred period.

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Shivaratri Celebrations – NSW Region West

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Shivarathri occurs every month. Every year, there is a “maha” or great Shivaratri – upon which – if one engages in spiritual effort on that evening – one’s faults and failings may be erased. NSW Region West will celebrate the 2016 Maha Shivarathri on evening of 7 March 2016.

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