About Shiva Bilvarchan Puja in Prayagraj
Shiva Bilvarchan Puja in Prayagraj is a Hindu ritual dedicated to Lord Shiva, which involves the worship of the Bilva tree. The Bilva tree, also known as the wood apple tree, is considered sacred in Hinduism and is believed to be the embodiment of Lord Shiva.
Prayagraj, also known as Allahabad, is a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and it is considered a holy city in Hinduism. Many devotees perform Shiva Bilvarchan Puja in Prayagraj, particularly during the festival of Maha Shivaratri.
Bilva Archan is performed to Shivling by doing archana with Bilva leaves and chanting mantras. Bilva leaves are very favourite to Lord Shiva and performing archana makes him very happy and helps in reducing our Sins or Papakarmas.
Bilvarchan can be performed depending on our Shakti and bhaki.
- 108 Bilvarchan to Shivalingam.
- 1008- Sahasra Bilvarchana to Shivalingam.
- 125000- Laksha Bilvarchana to Shivalingam.
Prayagraj is the Sangam of three Rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati, its one of the punya kshetra and performing any karyas becomes fruitful.
Performing any Anushthan in Kshetras Like Prayag, kashi gives many folds benefits to the Yajman . who performs with full dedication and Devotion.
When to Perform Bilvarchana Puja?
- Days like Mondays, Masik Shivarathri, Janma Nakshatra day or any Auspicious days .