Faiths and the Environment

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HINDUISM | Maha Shivaratri

14 February Falling in February or March, on the 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun, Maha Shivaratri is the time at which Hindus honour Lord Shiva, one part of the Hindu Trinity of deities. In addition to honouring the God Shiva, Maha Shivaratri is also a celebration of the divine marriage between Shiva and the goddess Parvati. In respect to Lord Shiva, Hindus observe a day and night fast, as well as enacting sacred rituals. For more information please click here

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HINDUISM | Maha Shivaratri

14 February Falling in February or March, on the 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun, Maha Shivaratri is the time at which Hindus honour Lord Shiva, one part of the Hindu Trinity of deities. In addition to honouring the God Shiva, Maha Shivaratri is also a celebration of the divine marriage between Shiva and the goddess Parvati. In respect to Lord Shiva, Hindus observe a day and night fast, as well as enacting sacred rituals. For more information please click here

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FAITHS FOR A FUTURE

FAITHS FOR A FUTURE

Click on the the symbols below to explore our Faiths for a Future Resource

Click on the the symbols below to explore our Faiths for a Future Resource
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1402, 2018

HINDUISM | Maha Shivaratri

14 February Falling in February or March, on the 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun, Maha Shivaratri is the time at which Hindus honour Lord Shiva, one part of the Hindu Trinity of deities. In addition to honouring the God Shiva, Maha Shivaratri is also a celebration of the divine marriage between Shiva and the goddess Parvati. In respect to Lord Shiva, Hindus observe a day and night fast, as well as enacting sacred rituals. For more information please click here

REEP’S THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK…

In the words of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) …

And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count,  it’s the life in your years.

REEP’S THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK…

In the words of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) …

And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count,  it’s the life in your years.