Sawan 2020: Start Date, End Date, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Sharvan Month Details: Sharavan or Sawan this year will begin after a day after the lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan. The rainy season for the Hindu’s marks the beginning of an auspicious month where a lot of devotees fast to seek blessings from the Hindu lord Shiva. The month of Sawan begins from July 6 this year, and many devotees and farmers perform pujas this month.
The month of Shravan primarily begins in India after the monsoon seasons peaks across, and it is also known as Avni. Sawan is also considered as the second-best auspicious months out of the four months in the year, which is also known as Chaturmas!
Sawan 2020 Importance
According to mythology, it is said that Hindu Lord Shiva had chosen Parvati as his wife, and this month of Shravan is dedicated to them. In this month, many devotees fast on Monday known as the “Sawan Somwar” to seek the blessings of lord shiva.
Savan 2020 Important Date
July 16:- Kamika Ekadashi is one of the vrats or fasts that is observed to seek blessings of Lord Vishu.
July 23:- Hariyali Teej is a day when married women celebrate the day for well being of their spouse and children.
July 25:- Nag Panchami, this day, women offer milk and praise the snake God for the well-being of their family members.
July 25:- Kalki Jayanti, prayers are offered to the Lord Kalki, the 10th and last incarnation of Lord Vishnu at the end of the Kali Yug.
July 31:- Varalakshmi Vratam, devotees, celebrate the day, and offer blessings to Goddess Lakshmi for well being and prosperity.
August 3:- Raksha Bandhan, this day celebrates the bond between a brother and sister.
August 3:- Narali Purnima is also known as Sharvan Purnima and is considered a very auspicious day.
Along with this,
-Devotees keep fast on all Mondays and are known as Shravan Somwar Vrats.
-Mangala Gauri Vrat is a fear that married women keep on Tuesday’s for the happiness of their families.
-Shravan Putrada Ekadashi is one of the 24 Ekadashi vrats observed to seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu.
Shravan is considered a significant month, and many devotees of lord shiva go in a Kanwar Yatra every year. People in a vast number gather at the holy water Haridwar to take a dip in the river Ganga. These people carry water from Ganga and offer it to the Shivalingas in the temples. To all the farmers and devotees this month of the year is holy and sacred, and they do pujas and vrats to seek blessings from God.