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Significance of Shravan Weekdays

Significance of Shravan Weekdays

Each day in the month of Shravan has a special significance and has its own ritual.

Monday: (Somvaar): is the day of Lord Shiva worship. 

Tuesday (Mangalvaar ): Gauri is worshipped in every home, by women for the good health of their family. 

Wednesday (Budhvaar) : are dedicated to Vithala, a form of Vishnu or Krishna. 

Thursday (Guruvaar ) : are also days for worshipping Buddh and Guru.

Friday (Shukravaar) : every home worships Lakshmi and Tulsi. 

Saturday (Shanivaar): are for Saturn (Shani). It is also known as Shravan Saturdays, with the object of object of obtaining wealth. These days are known as Sampat Sanivara (wealth Saturdays).

Sundays (Ravivaar) :  are meant worshipping the Sun god. Sun worship was general in the Vedic period and even now it is so. Especially in Shravan, every Sunday the Sun is worshipped without fail. 


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