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Timings To Visit Babulnath Temple, Mumbai, Maharashtra

While almost all other festivals in the temple are celebrated during the day, Mahashivaratri is celebrated at night, which stands for all that which is evil: injustice, ignorance, darkness, sin, violence, treachery, falsehood, and misfortune.

The Hindu Mythology says that Shiva appeared just in time, so that he could save the world from Tamogun (darkness and ignorance) and before the universe entered Kaliyuga, the period of complete darkness, symbolic of Amavasya (new moon).

Shivaratri is thus celebrated one night before Amavasya. Devotees can visit at the temple between 5 AM and 10 PM

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