New Delhi: Among the gods, the worship of Lord Shiva and Shravan the month is considered to be the most auspicious and welfare for this worship. This time this holy month also started in auspicious coincidence i.e. on Monday06 July 2020, which is considered to be the day of Lord Shiva and the end will also, be on Monday 03 August 2020. During the month of Shravan, God Shiva likes one thing to adorer take out Kavad for the journey, but this time it will not happen due to corona infection.
Sawan month has its own culture. There is a deep connection between Shravan Nakshatra in Sawan and Lord Bholenath from Monday. Lord Shankar himself told Sanatkumar that in all the months, I love Savan. The specialty of Sawan is that it is fasting every day.
Lord Shiva is pleased by chanting the Shiva mantras likeMahamrityunjaya Mantra, Gayatri Mantra, Shatrudra recitation, Purusha Sukta recitation and Panchakaksha, etc. in Sawan. Explain that due to the full moon date of Shravan Nakshatra, this month is also called Shravan.
Among the divinity, Lord Shiva is the earliest to be pleased. In such a way, Lord Shiva can be attained by worshiping Shiva in this holy month. With the blessings of Lord Shiva, all problems in the life of a seeker are overcome and he gets the desired results. Worshiping Shiva in the month of Shravan dislodges the destruction and lamentation of enemies.
The amazing coincidence is that this time the month of Sawan is starting from Monday and the end of this month will also be on Monday (3 August 2020). According to Hindu Panchang, Shravan month is the fifth month, in which rains are rained. At the same time, this month is very holy in religious terms. This month is very beloved to Lord Shiva. Many major Teej-festivals are celebrated this month. Let’s know the fasts and their dates in the spring.
Importance Of Sawan Month 2020
According to religious beliefs, this month of Sawan is very much liked by Lord Shiva. On this day all the wishes of the person are overfilled. In this month, people observe a fast for a happy married life. Along with this, women keep fast this month to get a good life partner.
Chant These Mantras
– Shree Shivaay Nam:
– Shri Shankara Nam:
– Shri Maheshwari Nam:
– Shree Sambasadashivaya Namah:.
– Shree Rudray Namah:
– Om Parvatipataye Namah.
– Om Namo Neelkanthay.
Sankashti Chaturthi fast will be observed on 8 July. Sankashti Chaturthi means the Chaturthi Tithi which is in distress. According to religious belief, it is said that worshiping Ganapati on Sankashti removes all kinds of obstacles.
Kamika Ekadashi fast will be observed on 16 July. According to religious belief, Ekadashi date of Krishna Paksha of Shravan month is known as Kamika Ekadashi. Ekadashi date is Delegation to Lord Vishnu.
Monthly Shivaratri, Pradosh Vrat (Krishna)
A fast will be observed on the monthly Shivaratri on July 18. On this date, the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Shravan month is also falling. Therefore Pradosh Vrat will be observed on this day.
On July 20, the Amavasya date of the month of Shravan is falling. According to religious belief, rituals are performed on Amavasya Tithi for the peace of the ancestors’ souls. On this day, a bath is taken in the holy river.
Hariyali Teej will be celebrated on 23 July. The festival of Hariyali Teej is especially celebrated by women. In this festival, women fast for their husband’s long life and prosperity. Hariyali Teej is celebrated every year on Tritiya Tithi of Shravan Shukla Paksha.
The festival of Nag Panchami will be celebrated on the 25th of this month. Every year the festival of Nag Panchami is notable on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month. On this day, there is a law to worship the serpent god.
Shravan Putrada Ekadashi
Shravan Putrada Ekadashi is falling on 30th July this time. According to religious belief, the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month is known as Sharan Putrada Ekadashi. This fast is kept for Lord Vishnu for child happiness.
Shravan Poornima / Raksha Bandhan
The festival of Shravan Purnima is on 3 August 2020. Shravan Purnima is considered to be of special importance from the religious and astrological point of view. On the day of Shravan Purnima, the festival of Raksha Bandhan, a sacred festival of brother and sister, is celebrated. The sister ties her rakhi to wish her brother longevity and healthy life.
The Gayatri Jayanti festival will be celebrated on 3 August. Gayatri Jayanti is celebrated every year on the full moon date of Shravan month. However, at some places, the Gayatri Jayanti is also celebrated on the day of Ganga Dussehra. This festival is a festival dedicated to Gayatri, the mother goddess of the Vedas.