Watch: On 'Sawan Somwar', Yogi Adityanath, Devotees Pray To Lord Shiva

Sawan 2020: On ‘Sawan Somwar’, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath performs puja

New Delhi:

Sawan 2020: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath carried out puja on the Mansarovar Temple in Gorakhpur, on the auspicious ‘Sawan Somwar’ or the primary Monday of Sawan. Sawan or Shravan, the fourth month within the Hindu Calendar, devoted to Lord Shiva, begins at this time and ends on August 3. Devotees throughout the nation observe quick and pray to Lord Shiva on each ‘Sawan Somwar’.

Yogi Adityanath greeted individuals on Twitter on ‘Sawan Somwar’. “Greetings on the primary ‘Somwar’ of ‘Sawan’ – Lord Shiva’s favorite and most auspicious day. Might Lord Shiva’s blessing preserve individuals protected and the coronavirus be destroyed,” the UP Chief Minister wrote on Twitter. The Chief Minister is the pinnacle priest of the Gorakhnath Temple. 

In Varanasi, devotees took a holy dip in Ganga and supplied prayers on ‘Sawan Somwar.’ Many gathered on the Kashi Vishwanath Temple this morning. 

Particular puja and aarti was carried out on the Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain at this time. 

Devotees supply prayers at Gauri Shankar Temple in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk on ‘Sawan Somwar’. Temple authorities say precautionary measure to Coronavirus had been maintained.

Sawan can also be the second of the Chaturmas or the 4 auspicious months of the 12 months. Mythology says, it’s in Sawan that Lord Shiva had chosen Parvati as his spouse and the month is devoted to Shiva and Parvati. Many devotees of Shiva quick each Monday or the ‘Sawan Somwar’ to hunt his blessings. 

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