Sawan Saturday: Do these things on Sawan Saturday

Jul 27 2019 10:51 AM
Sawan Saturday: Do these things on Sawan Saturday

The month of Sawan is considered to be a very special month and the significance of the Monday of this month is said to be different. Like Sawan's Monday, every day of the week of Sawan has its own special significance and today we will talk about the importance of Saturday of Sawan. According to astrological beliefs, little and small measures can help solve the biggest problem in life, and today we are going to tell you about one way. Today we are going to tell you a special Saturday of Sawan that can help relieve job and employment problems.

The significance of the Saturday of Sawan is said to be auspicious every Saturday for gaining wealth and the worship of Shani is the most fruitful in Sawan. On the other hand, the worship of Shani this month removes every problem and on Saturdays, Shani is blessed with the blessings of his guru Lord Shiva. At the same time, visit the temple of Lord Shiva in the evening in Sawan in the evening to offer a belt equal to your age and chant "Naa: Shivaay" with each vine leaf. Now, light a mustard oil lamp under the temple's peepal tree and chant the mantra "Om Sham Shanicharaya Namah" 108 times.

You should donate food to the poor after the chanting. At the same time, make sure that the food items have black gram and, after all, pray for a job by meditating on both Shiva and Shani Dev. At the same time, offer red flowers to Lord Shiva in the morning or evening on Saturdays of Sawan, light a mustard oil lamp under the peepal in the evening and revolve around the tree 9. At the same time, note that at the time of the revolution, you should chant the "Shanashraya Namak" and donate coins to the poor after the revolution.

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