Sawan Somvar Vrat 2019 : How to keep Sawan ke Somvar ka vrat

 

If you are still confused about what to do, what to eat and how to keep Sawan Somvar Vrat (Shravan Monday fast), we are giving below a complete guide on fasting on Mondays during Sawan (Shravan) :

Rituals to be followed:
– After taking a bath, visit temple. Offer Water, Milk and Bel patra on Shivling.
– Do Shiv Aarti in the evening. Light a pure ghee diya and do the aarti.

 

Sawan Somvar Vrat 2017

What can you eat during Sawan somwar vrat :
During the day:
– Milk
– Fruits
– Fruit juice
– Tea
– Coffee
– Nuts, Dates and Raisins

In the evening:
– Regular meal prepared without Garlic and Onion and non-vegetarian food.

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What not to eat/drink during Sawan somwar vrat :
– Garlic
– Onion
– Eggs
– All Non-vegetarian food
– Alcohol consumption

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Scientifically speaking, consumption of Leafy vegetables and Brinjals should also be avoided during this month as these are infested with germs and insects during monsoon.

You do not need to essentially eat meal prepared from Sabudana or Kuttu or Singhare ka atta during Sawan. You can eat regular everyday meal items in the evening.

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2 thoughts on “Sawan Somvar Vrat 2019 : How to keep Sawan ke Somvar ka vrat

  • February 6, 2018 at 1:13 am
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    Can I eat Kuttu ka atta in regular Monday fast? I fast on every Monday.

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    • February 10, 2018 at 10:01 am
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      Yes you can.

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