Enlightening Maha Shivratri

Shiva Parvati Ganapati Shivratri Hindu Gods Arun Shanbhag

On this Beautiful Maha Shivratri,
May the Grace of Shiva
Lead you further
Onto the Path of Spiritual Revelation!

Har Har Mahadev
Mm & A


  1. Shivratri blessings to you and your family.
    May the almighty Lord Shiva bless you
    all with good things and perfect health.
    Shiv ki shakti,
    Shiv ki bhakti,
    khushi ki bahar mile,
    Shivratri k pavan avsar
    par apko zindgi ki ek
    nayi achchi shuruwat mile.
    We wish you all a very
    Happy Shivratri.

  2. Saurabh Mittal says:

    Hello Arun,
    Just browsing the Kailash, Mansarovar Pictures, so came across your website. It is so good to know about you and your worldly activities. Hats off to you. Again I am also core Shiv bhakta, and good to see the awesome photo of Shiva Parivaar…
    Good work and best of Luck for everything in life and wish good things coming your way !!


    • Thank you Saurabh for your very kind words.

      The Kailash Manasarovar trip was such a beautiful experience – a once in a life-time experience. Glad you enjoyed the pics and the writeup.

      This was a poster I bought on the sidewalks of Mumbai, scanned it in and posted it here. Glad you liked it.


  3. Aww..little Ganesha is also blessing us all 🙂

    How are you both doing? Has she arrived?!

  4. sospokesaroj says:

    Happy Shivaratri to you and the rest of your family! 🙂

  5. Happy Sivaratri Arun, to you and your family!

  6. Happy Shivratri to you too Arun!

  7. Happy Shivaratri to you and family! 🙂


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