Tradition in shiva temple: Why do bhakts speak their desires in Nandi’s ear?

Sawaan puja 2020: The holy month of Savan began earlier this month and as the holy days continue here are some interesting details about worshipping lord shiva.

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Tradition in shiva temple: Why do bhakts speak their desires in Nandi’s ear?

Tradition in shiva temple: The holy month of Savan began earlier this month and as the holy days continue here are some interesting details about worshipping lord shiva. As per many scriptures, many bhakts pray to Lord Shiva and speak about their desires in Nandi’s ear? But why do they do this?

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Nandi, lord shiva’s chief devotee and enshrined in form of bull is kept in front of lord shiv ji temples and is always present with Shiv ji and with open ears and open eyes remain conscious and look out for shiv ji. As Shiv ji mostly lives in penance, and nobody should stop him, so Nandi stops anybody who disturbs shiv ji.

That’s the reason it is said that speaking about your desires and needs to Nandi helps communicate. So this Sawaan puja 2020 do speak about your desires and needs to Nandi and Lord Shiva. It is also said that whatever desire you communicate to Nandi, it is given to Shiv ji as it is, and that is why Lord Shiva loves his chief Devottee Nandi.

Tradition in shiva temple: The importance of speaking about your desires in Nandi’s ear?

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