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Sawan Shivratri 2018; Date, Timing, Significance and Importance

Sawan Shivratri 2018; Date, Timing, Significance and Importance

Sawan Shivratri 2018 Date in India: Savan Shivratri will be celebrated on August 9, 2018. On this day, the time of worship of Shivratri Nishith Yala will be from 24: 09+ to 25: 01+. The Sawan Shivratri’s Muhurta’s duration is 43 minutes total. At the same time, the time of Sawan Shivratri passing time will be from 05:51 to 15:42. 12 Shivratri is being celebrated every year but in all, two Shivratri is the most special. Of which Mahashivratri and Shivaratri of Savan wash all the sins of man. In such a case, Savan’s Shivratri has a great significance, because, in it, the sins of those who keep fasting are destroyed, and the unmarried gets a bride or groom. At the same time, the intensity of love increases in married life.

Significance of Savan Shivratri

According to some legends, Shiva married Goddess Parvati on this day after many years of strict repentance of Goddess Parvati. According to Hindu belief, It is said, the biggest power of the universe is said to mark the holy union of Shiva and Shakti.

Importance of Shivratri

On Shivratri day, devotees take a bath in the evening before worshiping Shiva or going to the temple. Evening worship or Puja is followed at night in the night with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm for hours.

Savan Shivratri Puja Timing and Shubh Muhurat

  1. Date: 9 August 2018
  2. Nishita Kala Pooja Time: 12:04 PM to 12:48 PM
  3. Ratri I(Pratham) Prahar Pooja time: 7:01 PM to 9:43 PM
  4. Ratri II(Dusra) Pahar Pooja Time = 9:43 PM to 12:26 AM
  5. Ratri’s III(Teesra) prayer worship time = 12:26 AM + to 3:08 AM
  6. Ratri’s IV(Chautha) Prahaar pooja time = 3:08 am to 5:51 am
  7. Fourth beginning of the quadrangle = 10:45 PM 9 / August / 2018
  8. Chaturdashi Tithi Ends = 7:07 pm to 10 August / 2018

Sawan Shivratri Maha Mantra

  • Om Namah Shivay 
  • Bol Bam, Bam Bhole
  • Bum Bum Bhole
  • Har Har Mahadev

Devotees should fast on the day of Savarna on Shivaratri. This day only fruit should be eaten by the devotees. As well as sour things should not be eaten. And the black coloured clothes should not be worn by anyone.


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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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