Shravan Month 2020Share
The month of Sawan is very important in Hinduism. This month, Lord Shiva fulfills all the wishes of the devotee who is willing to do the fasting of Monday. The month of Sawan is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Throughout this month, devotees worship him with great reverence. Shivaratri which falls in the month of Savan holds special significance. Worshiping Lord Bholenath in Shravan month with Bel Patra and offering water to him is considered very fruitful. According to religious beliefs, the month of Sawan brings blessings of Lord Shiva and Vishnu. Goddess Parvati is believed to have pleased Lord Shiva by doing hard work throughout the month of Shravan to get Lord Shiva as her husband. Each month, Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha also has monthly Shivaratri. But Shivaratri coming in the month of Saavan has special significance. Shivaratri of Sawan is considered as fruitful as Mahashivratri which falls in the month of Phalgun. This time, the month of Shravan is beginning on July 6 and will end on August 3. This time both the beginning and the end of Sawan will be on Monday. When will be Monday of Shravan This year, there will be a total of five Mondays in the month of Sawan of 2020. Where the first Monday is falling at the beginning of the day i.e. July 6, the second Monday will fall on July 13. After this, July 20, July 27, and August 3. This month will witness important festivals like Moni Panchami, Mangla Gauri Vrat, Ekadashi, Pradosh Vrat, Hariyali, and Somavati Amavasya, Hariyali Teej, Nagpanchami and Rakshabandhan. Along with this, 11 Sarvartha Siddhi, 10 Siddhi Yoga, 12 Amrit Yoga, and 3 Amrit Siddhi Yoga are also occurring in Sawan. Importance of Shiva worship in Sawan Monday of Sawan is considered special for the worship of Shiva. According to Hindu belief, worshiping Shiva lingam on Monday of Sawan gives special results. Unmarried girls fast on Monday of Sawan to get the desired groom. These remedies should be done to get rid of diseases - Woke up early in the morning in the month of Shravan. After this, put two drops of Ganga water in your bath water and take bath and wear clean clothes. Place roli-moli, rice, incense, lamp, white sandalwood, white janeu, Kaleva, yellow fruit, white sweets, Ganga water, and panchamrit, etc. in the puja plate. If possible, leave your house barefoot for the temple of Lord Shiva. Arrive at the temple and worship Lord Shiva. - Light a lamp of cow's ghee and burn incense sticks and sit then recite Shiva Chalisa and also read Shivashtak.