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Sawan Somwar 2022: Date, Time, Vrat Katha, Puja Vidhi, Significance, and More

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Sawan Somwar 2022: In India, the rainy season begins in the period of Sawan. The period of Sawan, also known as Shravan, has begun this year on July 14 and will end on August 13. Absolute dedication to Lord Mahadev or Shiva and the observance of fasts, particularly on Mondays designated as “Sawan or Shravan Somvar Vrat,” are hallmarks of the Sawan month.

Worshippers visit this place throughout this period every “Somvar,” or Monday, and present Lord Mahadev with holy water, milk, and flowers. Some people even practice Tuesday fasts, which were referred to as “Mangala Gauri Vrats.”

Sawan Somwar 2022: Date

  • The first day of the month of Sawan is Thursday, July 14.
  • Monday, July 18, is the First Shravan Somwar (First Monday and First Day of Shravan).
  • Second Shravan Somwar: Monday, July 25
  • Third Shravan Somwar: Monday, August 1.
  • Fourth Shravan Somwar: Monday, August 8
  • The month of Sawan ends on Friday, August 12.

Sawan Somwar 2022: Time

  • The chaturdashi tithi runs from July 26 from 6:46 PM to July 27 at 9:11 PM.
  • Shivaratri Parana Time is on July 27 and runs from 05:40 to 03:51.
  • It’s Nishita Kaal Puja. Time: July 27 from 12:07 to 12:49
  • Time for the First Prahar Puja of Ratri: 7:16 to 9:52
  • Time for the Second Prahar Puja of Ratri: July 27 from 9:52 PM to 12:28 AM
  • Time for the Third Prahar Puja of Ratri: July 27 from 12:28 to 03:04
  • Time for the Fourth Prahar Puja of Ratri: July 27 from 03:04 to 05:40

Sawan Somwar 2022: Vrat Katha and Puja Vidhi

The ones who want to do this vrat, should get up before dawn on Sawan Somwar (Sawan ka Pehla Somwar), tidy the premises, and take a shower. Following the rituals, they should sprinkle some amount of Gangajal throughout the household to purify it. On Sawan Monday, only red, Yellow, Saffron, and white color clothing should be worn. It is believed that White is Mahadev or Lord Shiva’s favorite color. Present Lord Shiva belpatra, incense, milk, datura, and red flowers.

Additionally, recite the “Mahamrityunjaya mantra” 108 times. For the duration of the fast, continue reciting the “Om Namah Shivaya Mantra”. However, people should limit themselves till the fruit consumption to once per day. They should abstain from eating salt. After performing your devotions by the law, hear Sawan Somwar Vrat’s tale.

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