Hindu Blog: Shravan Mahina 2015 – Sawan Month in Traditional N...

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Sawan which is also called most often Sharvan months, it comes in the fifth month as per the Hindu calendar. The first day of Sawan Somwar is very auspicious as it the one of the very special day dedicated to Lord Shiva.The name of this month derives from the constellation Sharvan which is appeared every year in this month.To know more visit kamiyasindoor.

Shravan Mass puja revolves around the worship of Lord Shiva. In this auspicious month, Shivling is showered with Gangajal, milk, Punchamrit and honey. To know more visit kamiyasindoor.

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NAAG PANCHAMI. 7TH AUGUST 2016.  This festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. During the rains the snakes come out and as there is the fear of snake bite, they are worshipped by people.  In Hindu mythology the family of snakes or nagas plays an important role. For example the Sheshnaag shelters Lord Vishnu under its seven hoods and Lord Shiva always wears a snake around his neck like a necklace. On this day snakes are fed milk and rice.

NAAG PANCHAMI. 7TH AUGUST 2016. This festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. During the rains the snakes come out and as there is the fear of snake bite, they are worshipped by people. In Hindu mythology the family of snakes or nagas plays an important role. For example the Sheshnaag shelters Lord Vishnu under its seven hoods and Lord Shiva always wears a snake around his neck like a necklace. On this day snakes are fed milk and rice.

HARIYALI TEEJ. 5th AUGUST 2016.   This colourful festival welcomes the arrival of the monsoons with music, dance and women flying up in the air on swings. Celebrated with the greatest enthusiasm in the desert land of Rajasthan, it begins on the third day of the new moon of the month of Shravan. The goddess Parvati observed many penances to win Lord Shiva as her husband and it is said that on this day she went to his home for the first time. Women fast and then wear their finest clothes in…

HARIYALI TEEJ. 5th AUGUST 2016. This colourful festival welcomes the arrival of the monsoons with music, dance and women flying up in the air on swings. Celebrated with the greatest enthusiasm in the desert land of Rajasthan, it begins on the third day of the new moon of the month of Shravan. The goddess Parvati observed many penances to win Lord Shiva as her husband and it is said that on this day she went to his home for the first time. Women fast and then wear their finest clothes in…

KAJARI TEEJ. 21st AUGUST 2016.    This is the second of the three Teej festivals and is celebrated a fortnight after Hariyali Teej. It falls on the Krishna paksha of the Hindu month of Shravan. The goddess Parvati is worshipped by women who pray for the welfare of their loved ones. It is also a celebration of the arrival of the monsoons and swings are tied to trees and girls fly upward to the clouds.

KAJARI TEEJ. 21st AUGUST 2016. This is the second of the three Teej festivals and is celebrated a fortnight after Hariyali Teej. It falls on the Krishna paksha of the Hindu month of Shravan. The goddess Parvati is worshipped by women who pray for the welfare of their loved ones. It is also a celebration of the arrival of the monsoons and swings are tied to trees and girls fly upward to the clouds.

VARALAKSHMI VRATAM. 12TH AUGUST 2016.   This festival day dedicated to the goddess Lakshmi is celebrated mostly in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. ‘Varam’ means to grant a boon and married women pray to Lakshmi asking for the health and happiness of their families. It is celebrated on a Friday before the full moon day of poornima in the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. Women fast all day, decorate a metal pot, a kalash with flowers, paint rangoli and kolam patterns at their home.

VARALAKSHMI VRATAM. 12TH AUGUST 2016. This festival day dedicated to the goddess Lakshmi is celebrated mostly in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. ‘Varam’ means to grant a boon and married women pray to Lakshmi asking for the health and happiness of their families. It is celebrated on a Friday before the full moon day of poornima in the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. Women fast all day, decorate a metal pot, a kalash with flowers, paint rangoli and kolam patterns at their home.

SHRAVAN PUTRADI EKADASHI. 14TH AUGUST 2016.   This ekadashi is also called pavitropana ekadashi. It falls on the eleventh day of the Krishna paksha of the month of Shravan and people fast all day and worship Lord Vishnu. People praying for children often observe this ekadashi. This is also the day when the five day Jhulan Yatra begins with the images of Lord Krishna and Radha being placed on swings and worshipped with flowers and incense as women serenade the deities with songs.

SHRAVAN PUTRADI EKADASHI. 14TH AUGUST 2016. This ekadashi is also called pavitropana ekadashi. It falls on the eleventh day of the Krishna paksha of the month of Shravan and people fast all day and worship Lord Vishnu. People praying for children often observe this ekadashi. This is also the day when the five day Jhulan Yatra begins with the images of Lord Krishna and Radha being placed on swings and worshipped with flowers and incense as women serenade the deities with songs.

KALKI JAYANTI. 8th AUGUST 2016.   Kalki is the tenth avatar of Vishnu and is the final incarnation that is yet to come. It is said that at the end of this Kali Yuga, Kalki will come to destroy the world and the total annihilation of evil, so that there can be the re-establishment of Dharma. Kalki Jayanti celebrates the day he will appear on earth on the sixth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. Kalki is depicted as riding a horse with a drawn sword and is followed by all the…

KALKI JAYANTI. 8th AUGUST 2016. Kalki is the tenth avatar of Vishnu and is the final incarnation that is yet to come. It is said that at the end of this Kali Yuga, Kalki will come to destroy the world and the total annihilation of evil, so that there can be the re-establishment of Dharma. Kalki Jayanti celebrates the day he will appear on earth on the sixth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. Kalki is depicted as riding a horse with a drawn sword and is followed by all the…

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RAKSHA BANDHAN.  18th AUGUST 2016.  On full moon day of Poornima of the month of Shravan falls the delightful festival that celebrates the love of brothers and sisters. Sisters re-affirm their bonds of love and affection by tying a colourful band, the rakhi, around the wrist of their brothers. A rakhi is considered a symbol of love and respect and are also tied on the wrists of soldiers going to war. Sisters perform an aarti with lighted lamps and put a tikka on the forehead of their…

RAKSHA BANDHAN. 18th AUGUST 2016. On full moon day of Poornima of the month of Shravan falls the delightful festival that celebrates the love of brothers and sisters. Sisters re-affirm their bonds of love and affection by tying a colourful band, the rakhi, around the wrist of their brothers. A rakhi is considered a symbol of love and respect and are also tied on the wrists of soldiers going to war. Sisters perform an aarti with lighted lamps and put a tikka on the forehead of their…

SAWAN SHIVARATRI.    The Hindu month of Shravan is considered especially auspicious for Lord Shiva. The Sawan Shivaratri falls on the chaturdashi tithi in the krishna paksha of Shravan. Many devotees fast on every Monday of the month and this is the Shravan Somvar Vrat. There are special pujas at all important temples like the Kashi Vishwanath at Varanasi and the Mahakaleshwar Temple at Ujjain. Devotees fast all day and worship the shivalingam doing the abhisheka with gangajal

SAWAN SHIVARATRI. The Hindu month of Shravan is considered especially auspicious for Lord Shiva. The Sawan Shivaratri falls on the chaturdashi tithi in the krishna paksha of Shravan. Many devotees fast on every Monday of the month and this is the Shravan Somvar Vrat. There are special pujas at all important temples like the Kashi Vishwanath at Varanasi and the Mahakaleshwar Temple at Ujjain. Devotees fast all day and worship the shivalingam doing the abhisheka with gangajal

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