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Sawan Somvar 2021 Start Date, End Date, Fasting Days, Puja Timings, And More!

Sawan Somvar 2021 Start Date, End Date, Fasting Days, Puja Timings- Are you looking for Sawan Somvar 2021 Start Date, End Date, Fasting Days, Puja Timings, you have arrived at the right place. The month of Shravan is dedicated to Lord Shiva from a religious standpoint. It is stated that fasting every Monday throughout Sawan month will grant you all of your wants. As a result, the Sawan Somwar fast is regarded as a fortunate occasion in Hinduism.

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Sawan Somvar 2021 Start Date, End Date, Fasting Days, Puja Timings, And More!

Sawan Somvar 2021

The Hindu calendar considers the month of Shravan to be auspicious for seeking Lord Shiva's favour. It is said that anyone who worships Lord Shiva with all their heart in Shravan would have all their wishes granted to them. They are blessed by Lord Shiva and discover their ideal life partner. Every Monday in the Hindu month of Shravan has special significance in Hinduism. To fulfil their prayers, worshippers fast on Mondays during the month of Sawan. It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva by fasting for the entire day on Monday will grant all Shiva devotees' wishes.

Sawan 2021 Start Date and End Date

Sawan is the fifth month of the Hindu month, according to the Hindu calendar. The Hindu calendar predicts that the month of Sawan will begin on July 25, 2021, and the Sawan 2021 end date is August 22, 2021. In this month, there will be a total of four Mondays. This entire month is thought to be the greatest time to seek Lord Shiva's favour. It is said that during this month, all of a devotee's wishes come true if he or she worships Lord Shiva with dedication. Lord Shiva is honoured during the month of Sawan. Shiva devotees carry Kanwar and anoint Shiva with Ganga water filled in the Kanwar for this reason.

Sawan Somvar 2021- Shravana (North)

Following are the dates for Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, and Jharkhand,

  • First Shravan Somwar Vrat: July 26, 2021, Monday

  • Second Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 2, 2021, Monday

  • Third Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 9, 2021, Monday

  • Fourth Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 16, 2021, Monday

  • Shravana Ends: August 22, 2021, Sunday

Sawan Somvar 2021- Shravana (South)

Following are the dates for Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu,

  • First Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 9, 2021, Monday

  • Second Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 16, 2021, Monday

  • Third Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 23, 2021, Monday

  • Fourth Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 30, 2021, Monday

  • Fifth Shravan Somwar Vrat: September 6, 2021, Monday

  • Shravana Ends: September 7, 2021, Tuesday

Monsoon Monday Fast- Prayers On Skanda Shashthi

Fasters on Sawan Monday normally take a bath first thing in the morning and fast while commemorating Lord Shiva. Devotees then worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati idols that they have placed in their prayer house. Then, in front of the idols, offer them Bel leaves, flowers, and Datura, and light candles and incense sticks. Om Namah Shivaya Mantra should be said. Present Mother Parvati with sixteen cosmetics. Ketaki flowers and Tulsi leaves are regarded to be unfit for offering to Lord Shiva. Recite Shiva Chalisa and offer aarti at the conclusion of the prayer.

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Sawan Somvar 2021 Start Date, End Date, Fasting Days, Puja Timings- FAQs

1. What is the significance of Sawan Somvar?

The Hindu calendar considers the month of Shravan to be auspicious for seeking Lord Shiva's favour. It is said that anyone who worships Lord Shiva with all their heart in Shravan would have all their wishes granted to them. They are blessed by Lord Shiva and discover their ideal life partner. Every Monday in the Hindu month of Shravan has special significance in Hinduism. To fulfil their prayers, worshippers fast on Mondays during the month of Sawan. It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva by fasting for the entire day on Monday will grant all Shiva devotees' wishes.

2. When is the start date of Sawan Somvar 2021?

The Hindu calendar predicts that the month of Sawan will begin on July 25, 2021.

3. When is the end date of Sawan Somvar 2021?

Sawan 2021 end date is August 22, 2021.

4. When is Sawan Somvar 2021 in the North?

Following are the dates for Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, and Jharkhand,

  • First Shravan Somwar Vrat: July 26, 2021, Monday
  • Second Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 2, 2021, Monday
  • Third Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 9, 2021, Monday
  • Fourth Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 16, 2021, Monday
  • Shravana Ends: August 22, 2021, Sunday
5. When is Sawan Somvar 2021 in the South?

Following are the dates for Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu,

  • First Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 9, 2021, Monday
  • Second Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 16, 2021, Monday
  • Third Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 23, 2021, Monday
  • Fourth Shravan Somwar Vrat: August 30, 2021, Monday
  • Fifth Shravan Somwar Vrat: September 6, 2021, Monday
  • Shravana Ends: September 7, 2021, Tuesday
6. What are the Sawan Somvar 2021 Monsoon Monday fast prayers?

Fasters on Sawan Monday normally take a bath first thing in the morning and fast while commemorating Lord Shiva. Devotees then worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati idols that they have placed in their prayer house. Then, in front of the idols, offer them Bel leaves, flowers, and Datura, and light candles and incense sticks. Om Namah Shivaya Mantra should be said. Present Mother Parvati with sixteen cosmetics. Ketaki flowers and Tulsi leaves are regarded to be unfit for offering to Lord Shiva. Recite Shiva Chalisa and offer aarti at the conclusion of the prayer.

7. Can Ketaki flowers and Tulsi leaves be offered to Lord Shiva?

Ketaki flowers and Tulsi leaves are regarded to be unfit for offering to Lord Shiva.