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Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Offer these things to please Lord Shiva in Sawan, wishes will be fulfilled

The month of Sawan is starting from 25th July and will end on 22nd August 2021. 
Lord Shiva is worshiped in this month. This month is very important for Shiva devotees. Many people keep fast on Monday of Sawan to please Lord Shiva. Apart from this, they worship him every day by law. Rudrabhishek of Shiva is done in the temples. Many people offer Panchamrit, water, flowers, belpatra, cannabis, datura etc. to Shiva at home. Today we are telling you about the favorite things of Lord Shiva, which can be used in worship to please God. Let us know about the dear things of Lord Shiva. Along with this, the religious significance behind it.


Milk should be anointed to Lord Shiva in the month of Sawan. Lord Shiva should anoint Gangajal and milk. According to the legend, during the churning of the ocean, when Lord Shiva's throat started burning due to drinking poison. Then the gods requested him to drink milk. Throat irritation was reduced after drinking milk. That's why they like milk very much.

vine leaves

It is believed that worship of Bholnath is considered incomplete without Belpatra. Apart from this, cannabis, datura, saffron, sandalwood, sugar, gangajal, sugarcane juice are also offered to Shiva.

Canner flowers

Kaner flower should be offered to please Lord Shiva. It is believed that by offering Kaner flower and Aak flower, all your wishes are fulfilled. Both these things are dear to Lord Shiva.

what should not be offered

While worshiping Lord Shiva, keep in mind that the use of Tulsi leaves, Kewed and Ketki flowers is prohibited in their worship. Apart from this, conch should not be blown in the worship of Lord Shiva. Sandalwood is applied to Shiva, he should never apply tilak of Roli or Kumkum. Apart from this, coconut or coconut water should not be offered to Shiva.

(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)

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