Mahashivratri is one of the largest Hindu fairs. According to the South Indian Amavasyant Panchang, Maha Shivratri is celebrated on the 14th day of his dark fortnight in the month of Maga. On the other hand, according to the North Indian Almanak (Purnimant Panchang), Mahashivaratri's conflict is found on his 14th day of the dark fortnight of the month of Farghan.

According to both
 North and South Panchangams, Maha Shivaratri takes place on the same day. Therefore, according to the Gregorian calendar, the dates remain the same throughout India. On this day, devotees of Shiva worship him by offering bael leaves to the Siblings, fasting, and remaining conscious throughout the night.

Mahashivratri Vrat Scripture Rules
To see Mahashivratri Vrat (fasting), the following guidelines are quoted in our scriptures:

On the first day, Mahashivratri is celebrated on the same day. His eighth muhrat of the night is known as Nisitkar. In other words, Maha Shivratri is celebrated only on that day if his 8th Muhrat of the night falls on the first day's Chaturdha Sitithi.

two Chaturdhasithi reaches the first stage of Nisit Kaal on the next day and Maha Shivratri is celebrated on the first day when Nisit Kaal comes completely under Chaturdhasithi on the first day.

three Except for his two conditions above, Quick is tracked consistently the next day.

Mahashivratri The Legend Behind Vrat
Many stories are known about Shivaratri. According to the account, Goddess Parvati was going through difficult penances in order to incorporate Shiva into her husbandly lifestyle. The mythological text states: - As a result of their challenging efforts, Lord Shiva and Ma Parvati were bought to marry on the 14th day of the Dark Fortnight of Falgan. I got
This is why Maha Shivratri is considered so important and auspicious.

Separately, the Garuda Purana speaks exclusively about the significance of this day. One day a hunter went hunting with his dog, but he didn't buy anything. Exhausted and hungry, he sat down by the pond. Once upon a time there was Shiva his lingam under the Bilva tree. To relax his body, he took some leaves from this tree. One inadvertently fell on the Sibling, after which he was reassured by pouring pond water on his toes. Finally, some of the extra water obtained was sprinkled on Siblingham, where one of his arrows fell. To select it, he bowed to Shivalingam. Thus, on the day of Shivaratri, he unintentionally performed the whole system of Shiva Puja. After his death, people from Shiva's navy came to protect him when Yamaji came here to take his soul. If it had such terrible consequences, what blessing would it bring us, even if we did it on purpose?

Mahashivratri Vrat Puja Vidhi
Add water or milk to the clay pot. Bael leaves, daturak plants, rice, etc. are put in it and placed on the Shiva Ling.

2 On this day, one must chant Shiv Purana and chant his five-letter mantra of Mahamurichunjaya or Shivaomnamashivaya. Also, you must keep sleeping on Maha Shivratri night.

3 According
 to classical rituals, Maha Shivratri the best time to perform his pujang is 'Nisit Kaal'. However, devotees are free to conduct pujas at will during all four prhakars of the night.

Astrological Views of Maha Shivratri
Lord of Chaturdhasithi (14th day after Panchan in Hinduism) is Shiva himself. (Celebrated as a monthly Shiva night time). In astrological classics, this day is considered very auspicious. According to the Mathematics Department of Astrology calculations, Maha Shivratri occupies the area where the Sun arrives at Uttarayana and the trading of the seasons continues. According to astrology, the moon will be weak on his 14th day. Worshiping Lord Shiva gives power to the worshiper's moon as Lord Shiva has the moon fixed on his forehead. The moon is a symbol of the spirit, so it has additional benefits.