The Month of Sawan: What to eat and what not to in fast? Find out here

You must all know that the month of Sawan is very important in Hinduism. In the month of Sawan, Bhole Baba can be worshipped and made happy. Today is the first Monday of Sawan. On this day, one can make Bhole Baba happy by fasting and worshipping him. Today, on the first Monday of Sawan, Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati are worshipped. In fact, this month is very dear to Lord Shiva and by performing puja on this day, all desires are fulfilled. Now, today we are going to tell you what to eat and what not to eat on Monday of Sawan.

What to eat - It is said that a person who fasts in the month of Sawan should not eat salt and should eat fruits without salt. At the same time, you should drink healthy drinks so that the body is energized throughout the day. Also, drink water throughout the day so that there is no shortage of water. Well, you can consume lemonade, coconut water, and smoothies in the fast if you like. In fact, all these things are healthy and rich in nutrients. You can eat a handful of nuts in the fast if you want. Yes, you can consume cashew nuts, almonds, raisins, walnuts, etc. in the diet. You can also eat potato, gourd, pumpkin, Arabic vegetables in fruits. In fact, all of them are considered sattvik food and these things keep the body healthy and full of energy. You can include apples, bananas, watermelons, oranges, etc. in the diet if you like. Eating fruits does not lead to water scarcity in the body and does not cause dehydration and fatigue.

What not to eat - It is said that vrati should avoid consuming tea on an empty stomach. In fact, drinking tea on an empty stomach can cause gas problems. At the same time, being hungry or empty stomach in fasting can cause gash trouble. Because of this, you should eat something from time to time. Also, avoid eating fried things during fasting. Do not eat and lure him during the fast.

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