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To get our wishes and desires fulfilled

  • 1 hour
  • Block C

Service Description

With an intent to all get our wishes and desired fulfilled, on today’s auspicious day, Shivpriyaji has decided to conduct Shivarchan for all of us. What is Shivarchan? Shivarchan is a prayer offered to Lord Shiva by his devotees to ward off all negativities and obstacles in their lives and fulfil their wishes and desires. Lord Vishnu and all the other deities offer this prayer to Lord Shiva whenever they need help. This process is done by offering water, milk, dahi (yogurt), ghee, honey, sugar, and other offerings on the Shiv Lingam while chanting prayers. However, Shivpriyaji conducts Shivarchan in its purest form via energies. All that is needed is to join the Shivarchan and follow the instruction. Shivarchan Story According to our scriptures on one occasion the Gods were disturbed by the tyranny of the demons and prayed for their destruction of God Vishnu. Lord Vishnu took the Gods and reached Mount Kailash and praised Shiva. Lord Vishnu decided to conduct Shivarchan by offering 1000 Kamal (Lotuses) to Shiva. He sat in front of a shivling and started offering lotuses while counting them too. Lord Shiva decided to test him and hid one of the lotus flowers. At the final stage of worship, Lord Vishnu realised that he had only offered 999 Lotuses to Shiva and no lotus was left. He was determined to complete the Shivarchan, so decided to offer one of his eyes to Shiva instead of a lotus. After witnessing extreme and unparalleled devotion and sacrifice, Lord Shiva appeared in front of lord Vishnu. Lord Shiva, by his powers, replaced lord Vishnu’s eye and also, he gave the desired blessing to Vishnu. Due to which Lord Vishnu massacred the demons and provided happiness to the gods. It will our utmost privilege to witness this divine Shivarchan, which has aided deities too to fulfil their wishes

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  • C Block, Sushant Lok Phase I, Sector 43, Gurugram, Haryana, India


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