Shravana Masam – Shravan (Maas) Month 2020

Shravan (Maas) Month 2020 also called Shravana Masam in Telugu. Usually in Hindu calendar, Shravan Month is the fifth lunar month.
Every year Shravan Month begins in the new moon in June or August (based on Adhika Month). According to Hindu calendar, Shravan Maas is dedicated to Lord Sri Vishnu because of his birth star is Shravan.

Shravan (Maas) Month 2020 begins in Southern & Western States of India ( Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka & Tamil Nadu ), from Tuesday, 21st of July 2020 and will end on Wednesday, 19th of August 2020 Shravana Amavasya.
People worship Goddess Maha Lakshmi & Maha Gauri in Sravanamasam. This month is said to bring most auspicious results and blessings of Goddess Lakshmi so Women blessed with Soubhagyam by performing pujas & vrats for Lakshmi & Gowri. Also Many people observe fasting for this month and make offerings to Lord Shiva everyday.

Auspicious Dates in Month of Shravan 2020

Sawan Somwar Vrat Dates 2020 for Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

Shravan Month Starts on21st July
Sravana Somavaram27th July
Sravana Somavaram3rd August
Sravana Somavaram10th August
Sravana Somavaram17th August
Shravan Month Ends on19th August

Sravana Mangala Varam Dates in 2020

Shravan Month Starts on21st July
Sravana Mangala Varam28th July
Sravana Mangala Varam4th August
Sravana Mangala Varam11th August
Sravana Mangala Varam18th August
Shravan Month Ends on19th August

Sravana Sukra Varam Dates in 2020

Shravan Month Starts on21st July
Sravana Sukra Varam24th July
(Varalakshmi Vratam)31st July
Sravana Sukra Varam7th August
Sravana Sukra Varam14th August
Shravan Month Ends on19th August

Sravana Masam 2020 dates for Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Gujarat,
July 21st, 2020 – August 19, 2020

Moreover Sawan Month 2020 for Northern States of India ( Rajasthan, U.P, M.P, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh & Bihar ) will begin from
Monday, 6th of July 2020 and will end on Monday, 3rd of August 2020.

Generally South Indians (Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu) follow Amavasyant Calendar and the North Indians (Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar) follow the Purnimant Calendar. Due to this main cause the 15-day difference happens between South & North Indians Shravan Maas celebrations.

Naga Panchami, Mangala Gauri Vratham, Varalakshmi Vratham, Rakhi Purnima, Sri Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, Sravana Shukravara Lakshmi Puja, and Polala Amavasya Polamba Vratham are the major festivals during Shravan month.

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