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Shravan Purnima 2021: Know the special significance of Shravan Purnima and what to do on this day

My Jyotish Expert Updated 20 Aug 2021 10:20 PM IST
Shravan Purnima 2021: Know the special significance of Shravan Purnima and what to do on this day
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The special significance of Shravan Purnima: Know what to do on this day.

On the day of Shravan Purnima, the moon is with its full phases, so worshiping on this day gives freedom from Chandradosh. The day of Shravani Purnima is significant for noble cause and virtue, so after bathing on this day, feed fodder to cows, ants, fish, and so forth. Godan is of great importance on this day.

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On the day of the Shravani festival, every religious devotee who wears the sacred thread changes the thread with a vow of purity of mind, word, and deed. Brahmins are fed food by donating as much as they can. There is a law to worship Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi on this day. The darshan of Vishnu-Lakshmi brings bliss, abundance, and prosperity. Rakshasutra should be offered to Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Mahalakshmi, and Hanuman on this sacred day.

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As per the Puranas, on the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima, the holy stick Yatra of Shri Amarnath begins and this journey ends on Shravan Purnima. The Kavadis offer water to the Shivling upon the arrival of Shravan Purnima and their Kavad Yatra ends. Lord Shiva is worshiped on this day, as a part of Pavitopana, cotton wicks are dipped in Panchagavya and offered to Lord Shiva.

Festival of Raksha Bandhan

The festival of Rakshabandhan is also celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravan, it is also called Sawani or Saluno. Rakshabandhan is a form of Rakhi or Rakshasutra. On this day sisters tie rakhi on the wrists of their brothers. Her aarti is performed and consequently, the brother promises to protect his sister and also gives her a gift

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Apart from this, Rakshasutra or Rakhi is also tied by Brahmins, Gurus, and little girls in the family to relatives like daughters to fathers. On this day, Yajurvedi Vrittivan is performed, radiating, bathing method, sage-tarpanana, etc, and wearing new Yajnopaveet. Vrittivan brahmins take Dakshina by giving yajnopaveet and rakhi to their hosts.
 

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