Sawan 2022 Monday fast dates, how to do puja, abhishek, mantras shlokas and everything you need to know

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Things to know about Sawan – Sawan 2022 start day, sawan 2022 end date, sravan 2022 monday fast dates, how to do shivling puja, how to keep monday fast, mantras for shivling puja, shivji shlokas, what to offer on shivling, what not to offer on shivling. The Month of Shravan is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is popularly known as Sawan. It is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar which is also considered to be the Holiest Month of the year. As per Vedic astrology, when the sun enters the Zodiac Leo, Shravan maas is said to set in and as per lunar calendar it is set on full moon day (Purnima).

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Things to know about Sawan – how to do shivling puja, mantras for shivling puja, shivji shlokas, what to offer on shivling, what not to offer on shivling

Each Monday of the Shravan is known as Sawan Somwar and is considered highly auspicious for fasting. Many devotees observe fasting all Mondays, which includes a visit to the temple in the morning, sustaining only with fruits & liquids during the day, and having supper/dinner without salt.

Do read: Sawan Somvar Vrat puja vidhi – How to keep Sawan ke Somvar ka vrat

Remember to read what not to offer on Shivling

People engage in ages-old religious activities to get Lord Shiva’s blessings during the month. For example-

Rudra Abhishek: Performing the Rudra Abhishek includes the offering of Panchamrit (mix of sugar, honey, milk, curd & ghee) or any of these items separately on the Shivalinga with chanting of prayers, shlokas, and mantras.  In the absence of shivalingam, people pour the panchamritam on the statue of Shiva. Even plain water can be used if one can not organize Milk, etc.

Chant Mantras like Om Namah Shivay, Shiva Gayatri mantra, MahamrityunjayaMantra, Rudraashtakam, etc.

Fasting on every Monday

Wearing appropriate items like Rudraksha, amethyst mala, rings, lockets, bracelets, etc. that are recommended for performing pooja for Lord Shiva.

Performing Poojas like Mangala Gauri Pooja, Mahamritunjaya Pooja, Yagna Pooja, etc.

Offering Bel (Bilva fruit) & Bel leaves, Aak or Aakda leaves, Datura, flowers on Shivlinga.

Offering sweets like Rice Pudding on the Shivalinga.

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Things to know about Sawan – How to keep sawan fast – What not to do in sawan – what to do in sawan 

All Tuesdays in Shravan month are dedicated to Goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva. She is also revered in other avatars like Gauri, Sati, and Uma.

Apart from Mondays, some more days are auspicious and of importance during Shraavana month like Naga Panchami, Shravani Purnima, Shri Baladeva birthday, Raksha Bandhan, etc. Various regions of India celebrate festivals as per their tradition during the month of Sravana, viz., Naryal Poornima, Basava Panchami, Avani Avittam, Gamha purnima, Kajari Purnima, Pavitropana, Pavitra Ekadashi, Jandhyam Poornima, Salono, Polo, and many others.

It is believed that worshiping Lord Shiva during the month of Shravan brings blessings from Lord Shiva. It is also considered that unmarried girls who keep fasts on all Mondays of Shravan get a good husband like Lord Shiva. Sawan 2022 first Monday date is 18th July 2021 and Shravan last Somwar date 2022 is 8th August 2022.

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