Shravan Somavar Vrat, Sawan Somvar Vrata: Lord Shiva Puja on Mondays in Sawan Month

Sawan Somvar Vrat (Shravan Somvar Vrata) is an observance dedicated to Lord Shiva during the month of Shravan (July – August). Shravan Somwar Vrat 2019 dates in North Indian Hindi panchang are: July 22, July 29, August 5 and August 12. In Marathi, Kannada, Gujarati, and Telugu Panchangam Shravana Somvar vrat 2019 dates are: August 5, […]

Hariyali Teej (Singhara Teej, Teejan)

Hariyali Teej or Singhara Teej, also known as Teejan or Choti Teej, is the festival of monsoon celebrated on the third day after Hariyali Amavasya which falls during Shravan month (July – Aug). In 2017, Hariyali Teej date is July 26. Haryali Teej or Singhara Teej, the festival of monsoon, mainly dedicated to Lord Shiva and […]

Jivati Puja, Jiviti Pooja: Shravan Shukravar Vrat in Maharashtra & Gujarat

Jiviti Puja, Jara Jivantika Puja (Jara Jeevantika Vrata) is a pooja observed by married women in Maharashtra and Gujarat on Fridays during Shravan month. In 2019, Jivati Pooja dates are – August 2, August 9, August 16, August 23 and August 30. Jivati Puja is observed on one of the Fridays in Shravan month. Jiviti is […]

Sawan Somvar Vrat Shiva Puja procedure during Shravan Somvar

Sawan Somvar Vrat Shiva Puja procedure during Shravan Somvar. Shravan Somvar Vrat Puja Vidhi, how to do Shravan Somavara Vratham? Here is the detailed guide for Sawan Somvar Vrat Shiva Puja procedure. Sawan Somvar Vrat or Shravan somvar vrat is dedicated to Lord Shiva, observed on Mondays in Sawan mahina. Devout Hindus perform Shiva puja during […]

Polala Amavasya Puja or Shravana Amavasya Vrata – Dedicated to Poleramma

Polala Amavasya Puja is observed on the Amavasya (No moon day) during Shravan masam. Polala Amavasya is dedicated to Goddess Poleramma, who is considerd as the Goddess for protection of children. In 2019, Polala Amavasya date is August 30. Polala Amavasya – Sheetala Saptami: Polala Amavasya is mainly observed in Andhra Pradesh and in some […]

Pola or Bail Pola Festival – North Indian Festival of Bullocks

Pola or Bial Pola is one of the widely celebrated festivals dedicated to cattle in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and some parts of other North Indian states. Pola is celebrated on Pithroti Amavasya, the new moon day in Shravan month (August – September). In 2014, Pola or Bail Pola date is August 25. […]

Pavitra Ekadashi or Putrada Ekadasi – Pavitropana Ekadashi 2019

Pavitra Ekadashi or Putrada Ekadasi or Pavitropana Ekadashi is observed in Shukla Paksha during the Shravan month (August). Pavitra Ekadashi 2019 or Pavitropana Ekadasi 2011 or Putrada Ekadasi 2019 date is August 11. As the name indicates Pavitra or Putrada Ekadashi is the most auspicious and sacred Ekadasi among all 24 Ekadasi Vrata observances in […]

Shravan Month 2010 in Andhra Pradesh – Shravana Masam 2010 in Karnataka

Shravan Month or Shravana Masam is one of the auspicious months in Hinduism and second month in Chaturmasa puja. Shravan month in 2010 begins on August 11 and ends on September 8 as per Telugu and Kannada calendars followed in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka respectively. Telugu and Kannada people observe Shravan Masa Vratam during the […]

Kamika Ekadasi – Shravana Krishna Paksha Ekadashi

Kamika Ekadasi is observed on Krishna Paksha Ekadasi in Shravan maas (July – August). Kamika Ekadasi 2013 date is August 2. As per the Brahma-Vaivarta Purana, Lord Brahma explained the glories of Kamika Ekadasi to Sage Narada and later it was told by Lord Krishna to Yudhistira. Glory, Greatness and Merits of Kamika Ekadasi Vrata […]