According to sources as per the lunar calendar, Shivaratri falls on February 13. Meanwhile this is considered very important festival as it is believed that one would attain salvation or moksha absolving from the all the sins. Sources have stated that the festival is celebrated in reverence of Lord Shiva, who is one among Hindu Trinity. Brahma is the creator of the world; Vishnu is the protector of the world; and Shiva is the destroyer, thus making it a full circle.
While the temples witness huge rush and devotees performing poojas, here is small guide as what one should not offer while performing pooja to Lord Shiva. Firstly women should never put vermilion to Shivalinga, but instead apply sandalwood paste. Secondly while turmeric is considered important part in the ritual, but it is avoided for Lord Shiva. Thirdly Lord Shiva likes white flowers, so red flowers are never offered, and 'kethki' and 'kevada' white flowers are also avoided.
Fourthly milk should not be offered with conch a it is said to bring ill-luck.
Fifthly tulsi leaves should not be offered as it is it considered that it makes
pooja incomplete. Last but not least coconut water should also be avoided.
Finally water shouldn't be offered to the Shivalinga using metal and steel.
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