Mahashivratri is an important festival of Hindus which is celebrated every year to worship Lord Shiva. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and people observe fast on this day. Devotees of Lord Shiva pay a visit to the temple to seek his blessings and begin their day.
TV shows are not lacking behind and are cherishing the moments of this festival devotedly.
Here are few shows which are celebrating this festival.
Devon Ke Dev. Mahadev on Life OK
Devon Ke Dev. Mahadev itself is based on the story of Lord Mahadev who is also known as Lord Shiva. The show's cast and crew celebrated Mahashivratri by doing a Mahashivratri Pooja along with Mohit Raina who is playing the character of Mahadev, Mouni Roy who is playing the character of Sati. This Pooja was done to seek blessings of Lord Shiv on the sets of the show.
Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai on Star Plus
Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai a popular show on Star Plus is also coming up with a special episode of Mahashivrathri. Currently it is seen in the show that Akshara's (Hina Khan) new mother-in-law Devyani (Kshitee Jog) is trying hard to win the hearts of the family members. To help her mother-in-law, Akshara will request Devyani to organize Mahashivratri Pooja this year as this is her first festival after marriage. Thus there will be a grand Mahashivratri Pooja held in the show. Naksha (Shivansh Kotia) will be seen in the look of lord Shiva with Trishul in one hand and damru in other hand where as Nandini's (Nidhi Uttam) son will be seen in the look of a Nandi that is bull which is said to be vahan of Lord Shiva. It will be a very interesting and entertaining to watch these little kids who have donned themselves in the looks of Lord Shiva and Nandi which will give the authentic feel to the Mahashivratri celebration in the show.
Uttaran on Colors
Uttaran is coming up with an interesting episode of Mahashivratri. While the newly
married couples Meethi (Tina Dutta), Akash (Mrunal Jain) and Mukta (Sreejita
De), Vishnu (Ajay Chaudhary) will be celebrating their first festival by performing a Maha Pooja and the entire Thakur parivaar will
participate in this Mahashivratri Pooja.
We wish our readers Happy Mahashivratri!