Sawan 2021: Shravan Month Begins From July 25, Find Out Dates Of All Sawan Somwar

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Sawan First Somvar 2021: The month of Sawan is considered best and auspicious for worshiping Lord Shiva. Shiva devotees wait for the month of Sawan throughout the year. The month of Sawan is dedicated to Lord Shiva. 

When is the month of Ashadh ending?

According to the Hindu calendar, the month of Ashadha is considered the fourth month. The month of Ashadh is ending on the date of the full moon on 24 July 2021.  Shravan month will start from July 25, 2021.

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Sawan Somvar Dates

As per the Hindu calendar, the month of Sawan or Shravan has been described as the 5th month. Shravan is considered an important month from the religious point of view. Lord Shiva is specially worshipped in this month. Monday in Sawan has special significance.

List Of Monday in the month of Sawan 

– Sawan Somvar 2021
– First Monday of Sawan – 26 July 2021
– Second Monday of Sawan – 2 August 2021
– Third Monday of Sawan – 9 August 2021
– Fourth Monday of Sawan -16 August 2021

Sawan Somwar Puja Method

Lord Shiva is specially worshipped on Mondays in Sawan. It is believed that by worshiping Lord Shiva on Monday in Sawan, he bestows his blessings. The holy journey of Kanwar also begins in the month of Sawan. Visiting Jyotirlinga in the month of Sawan is considered auspicious. 

Sawan Somvar Vrat

Fasting on Monday in Sawan holds special importance. By worshiping Lord Shiva on this day, all kinds of wishes are fulfilled. Shiv Aarti and Shiv Chalisa should be recited on this day. While worshipping, things dear to Lord Shiva should be offered.



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