On Shravan Sankranti, the sun will enter the sign of Cancer. Shravan Sankranti will take place on Friday, July 16, 2021, at 10:46 a.m.
Worshiping Lord Shiva during the month of Shravan increases the auspiciousness of good results. During this month, Shiv Maha Puran and Shiv Stotras should be read daily, followed by ritualistic worship of the Shiv linga with milk, Ganga jal, Bel Patra, fruits, and so on.
Worshiping Lord Shiva while chanting the mantra “Om Namah Shivay” is also considered auspicious. Observing the Mangala Gauri fast and worshiping ritually on every Tuesday of this month improves a woman’s marriage and child’s fortune.
Kamika Ekadashi: August 4, 2021
On Kamika Ekadashi, Lord Hari should be worshiped. This fast is thought to be especially beneficial for pacifying the souls of the ancestors. Fasting and chanting Vishnu Stotras at night help devotees cope with life’s difficulties. Worshiping Lord Vishnu with Lalmani, Pearl, Durwa, and Coral is thought to be beneficial.
Tulsi poojan immediately pleases Lord Vishnu. Displaying diyas to the Lord during the day and night on Ekadashi produces the same results as several Yajnas. Fasting on Kamika Ekadashi and then worshiping Shri Hari liberates a person from this sinful world.
Pradosh Fast 7th July or 21st July
Pradosh Fast is observed on the trayodashi (thirteenth) day of both Krishna and Shukla Paksha. This fast is observed to obtain Lord Shiva’s blessings. The fact that Pradosh fast and Shravan month fall on the same day adds to the auspiciousness of this month. Lord Shiva is especially revered during the Shravan month. Fasting is observed on this day, and Lord Bholenath is remembered. In Pradosh Kaal, the fast ends at sunset.
Hariyali Teej or Singhara Teej: 11th August 2021
Hariyali Teej of Singhara Teej is celebrated on the third day of Shukls Paksha, Shravan month. This festival is especially popular among newlywed and married women. According to legend, Hariyali Teej marks the reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
This festival is a celebration of faith, natural beauty, and joy. To commemorate this festival, people hang swings, dance, and sing. Teej Mata Parvati is especially revered in this temple.
Naag Panchami: 13th August 2021
Every year on the panchami (fifth) day of Shukla Paksha, Shravan month, Naag Panchami is celebrated with full faith and devotion. Worshiping Naag Dev on this day purifies the individual of Kaal Sarp Dosh. Fasting and ritually worshiping the idol or image of Nag Devta are considered auspicious during this fesival. On this day, the house’s threshold is cleansed of cow dung and then worshiped by Durwa and Kusha. Worshiping snakes in this manner removes our fear of them.