Sawan Somvar 2020 News: Today ie Monday the month of Sawan has started for the devotees of Lord Shiva. As per Hinduism, the month of Sawan is very dear to Lord Shiva. It is believed that the person who worships Lord Shiva with true heart in the month of Sawan fulfills all his wishes. This time the monday of Sawan, Shraavana starts from July 6 and ends on August 3.
Savan 2020, Monday of Sawan
This time will be 5 Mondays in Sawan. All kinds of wishes are definitely fulfilled by offering water on the Shivling on Monday in Sawan. If you too want to please Lord Shiva with your devotion, then know first what is the auspicious time and method of worship.
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These are the 5th Monday of the month of Sawan- July 6- The first Monday of the month of Sawan
July 13- The second Monday of the Sawan is
July 20- The third Monday of the Sawan is
July 27- The fourth Monday of the Sawan is the 3rd
Monday and the last Monday of the Sawan
Auspicious time of Sawan Puja
Sawan Somvar 2020 News: According to the Panchag, auspicious time of Sawan Puja-This time the month of Savan will begin on Krishna Paksha Pratipada on July 5, Sunday from 10.15 am, which will remain till 9.25 am on Monday, July 6.
Whats to do in Savan? Method of worshiping Sawan
Savan 2020 and Lord Shiv / Shiva
Sawan In india: Get up early in the morning and first of all take bath and wear clean clothes. After this, go to the Shiva temple near the house and offer water to Lord Shiva with water and milk. After this, offer all kinds of worship material on the Shiva Linga and chant the mantras of Lord Shiva.
What is sawan somwar and Shraavana?
Sawan 2020 (सावन) is a 5th month in the Nanakshahi calendar and the Hindu calendar. It is derived from Sanskrit word श्रावण. Many Indian calendars started in different eras such as Shaka Calendar (national calendar of India) traditional Vikrama as well as a new Nanakshahi calendar created a few years ago by SGPC which governs the activities within Sikhism. This month coincides with Shraavana in the Hindu calendar and the Indian national calendar, and July and August in the Gregorian and Julian calendars and is 31 days long, like the Gregorian and Julian calendars. This month is the most humid month of the year in South Asia.