Know the date, shubh muhurat and puja vidhi for the 2nd Somwar of Shrawan


Sawan Second Somwar Vrat 2021: Also known as “Shrawan”, people – especially unmarried girls – worship Lord Shiva this month and observe a one-day fast every Monday of the month.

Updated: Mon 02 Aug 2021 07:31 IST

New Delhi | Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Sawan, one of the most auspicious festivals in Hinduism. is in progress. Also known as “Shrawan,” people – especially unmarried girls – worship Lord Shiva this month and observe a one-day fast every Monday of the month. It is believed that worshiping Lord Shiva on Mondays in Sawan can help single girls find a suitable mate.

This year there are four Shrawan Somwars. The first was July 26 and the second falls on August 2, which is the Krishna paksha Navami day of Sawan. As the second Sawam Somwar has arrived, we have brought you some important details for you to follow on this day.

Sawan Second Somwar Vrat 2021: Date and Shubh Muhurat

Date: August 2, Monday

Navami – until 08:34

Sunrise – 6:27 am

Sunset – 6:22 p.m.

Rahu Kaal – 07:56 – 09:26

Amrit Kaal – 6:31 p.m. – 8:19 p.m.

Abhijit Muhurat – 12:01 – 12:48

Sawan Second Somwar Vrat 2021: Puja Vidhi

– Get up early in the morning, take a bath and wear clean clothes

– Do meditation and vow to observe quickly and sincerely

– Visit the temple of Lord Shiva and run Rudraabhishek. Offer Ganga holy water, milk, honey, dahi, ghee, bhel and dhatura to Shivalinga and make chandan tilak

– Recite Shiva mantras such as Shiva stotram, shiva chalisa or chant Om 108 times

– Read the Sawan Somwar Vrat Katha and finish the puja by performing aarti

Sawan Second Somwar Vrat 2021: Importance

According to Skanda Purana, those who religiously preach Lord Shiva during Sawan receive all the happiness and a prosperous life. It was during this period that Devi Parvati quickly observed gaining the trust of Lord Shiva to marry her. Just like single women who get decent grooms. Likewise, married women also quickly observe the long life of their husbands and the happiness of the family.

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