Sawan 2018 Wishes: Best Happy Shraavana Messages, WhatsApp GIF & Greetings to Celebrate Holy Month

The auspicious month of Shraavana has been started in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and the holy month holds a lot of significance for Hindus in the country. Shraavana or Sawan is the fifth month as per the Hindu Calendar and marks a month of fasting with Sawan Somwar Vrats that are dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Hindu deity is worshipped throughout the holy month of Sawan, and people give up non-vegetarian food as well as consumption of alcohol in this month long observance. The beginning of Shraavana is often celebrated by sending Happy Sawan 2018 messages to friends and family on WhatsApp. Sawan Somwar greetings are also sent forwards on the day of the fast and the month long celebration of the holy month is marked by various religious observances.

The holy month of Sawan is known for the traditional Sawan Somwar fasting, and various worshipers of Lord Shiva begin the Solah Somwar fasting from the month of Sawan. The Sawan Somwar fasts are ritualistically followed by unmarried women who pray to Lord Shiva for an understanding and strong husband, who fulfils the criteria of an ideal life partner. In addition to this auspicious fast, there are various important dates in the month of Shravan like Krishna Janmashtami, which is Lord Krishna’s birthday, Raksha Bandhan, which is a festival of brothers and sisters celebrated by Indians all over the world.

As we celebrate this auspicious month and remember Lord Shiva, here are some best messages to wish a Happy Shravan 2018 to your friends and family.

WhatsApp Reads: May Lord Shiva Bless you and your family on the auspicious month of Shravan !!!


WhatsApp Reads: Shiv ki shakti, Bhole ki bhakti, khushiyo ki bahar de, Mahadev ki kripa se aapko zindgi ke har kadam par safalta mile. Happy Month of Sawan!


WhatsApp Reads: Besan ki roti, Nemu ka achaar, Doston ki khushi, Apnon ka pyar, Sawan ki rain, Kisi ka intezar, Mubark ho aapko, Shiv Saavan Somvaar!


WhatsApp Reads: Shiv ki mahima aprampar! Shiiv karte sabka udhar, Unki kripa ham sab par sada bani rahe, Aur bhole shankar hamare jivan me khushi hi khushi bhar de. Om Namah Shivaay!


WhatsApp Reads: Om me hi astha, Om me hi vishwas, Aap sab ko khush rakhe, Bhagavan bholenath!


WhatsApp Reads: Sawan men mile ye Saat, Shiv ka ashirvaad, Shiv ki bhakti, Shiv sa sahas, Shiv ka tyag, Shiv ka Saath, Shiv sa tapobal, Shiv sa Shaan, Jai Shiv Shambhu!


WhatsApp Reads: Mandir ki Ghanti, Aarti ki Thali, Nadi ke Kinare Suraj ki Lali, Zindagi laye Khushi ki Bahar, Mubarak ho aapko Sawan ka “Somwaar”.

Here is wishing everyone a Happy Sawan 2018!

Shraavana 2018: Know Lord Shiv Puja Vidhi, Muhurat and Mantras of Holy Month Sawan

The auspicious month of Sawan, Shravan or Shraavana is considered as the holiest of months according to the Hindu calendar. The fifth month of Hindu Callender is dedicated to Lord Shiva and this year the holy month begins from July 28 and will last till August 26, 2018.

For many Hindus, the month of Shraavana is a month of fasting. Many Hindus will fast every Monday to Lord Shiva and/or every Tuesday to the Goddess Parvati. Fasting on Mondays of this month is known ‘Shravan Somwar’ or ‘Sawan Somwar Vrats’.

Sawan Shivaratri Puja Muhurat:

Since it is the most auspicious period, one can take advantage of it by performing Shravan Maas Shiva puja. During this month, the cosmos is supercharged with shiva tattvas (Shiva Elements) that purify the mind, the senses, the body and the self-soul through the rituals dedicated to Lord Shiva.

28           July        (Saturday)           First day of Shravana Month

30           July        (Monday)            Sawan Somwar Vrat

06           August  (Monday)            Sawan Somwar Vrat

13           August  (Monday)            Sawan Somwar Vrat

20           August  (Monday)            Sawan Somwar Vrat

26           August  (Sunday)              Last day of Shravana Month

This is utmost importance to individuals facing trouble in married life or unmarried ones seeking a perfect partner. Devotees should whole-heartedly offer prayers to Lord Shiva and carry out the Shravan Somwar Vrat Vidhi with purity. There are few mantras listed below to please Lord Shiva and seek the desired wishes.

Shiv Mantra (Panchakshari)

Om Namah Shivaya

One of the most powerful Hindu mantras, Om Namah Sivaya means “I bow to Shiva. Shiva is the supreme reality, the inner Self. It is the name given to consciousness that dwells in all.” Chanting Om Namah Shivaya 108 times every day helps in bringing peace, concentration and source of divine energy. It is believed to free the person chanting from all physical and mental ailments.

Shiva Gayatri Mantra

Om Tatpurushaya Vidmahe Mahadevaya Dhimahi

Tanno Rudrah Prachodayat

The translation of Rudra Gayatri Mantra is – “Om. Let me meditate on the great Purusha, Oh, greatest God, give me higher intellect, and let God Rudra illuminate my mind.” The benefits of chanting this mantra is it eliminates the fear of all kinds and keeps anxiety at bay. The powerful mantra also keeps the devotee free of all diseases and provides health and vitality.

Rudra Mantra

Om Namo Bhagwate Rudraay: Rudra Mantra is recited to get the blessing of Lord Shiva and considered effective for the fulfillment of one’s wishes fast.

Ramadan Mubarak 2018: Ramzan Mubarak Greetings, WhatsApp And Facebook Messages to Wish And Celebrate The Holy Ramadan Month

Chand Raat, also known as the Night of the New Moon, falls on the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. It is believed that the period of happiness begins with this first day of the month of Shawwal for Muslims all around the globe. It’s the time of celebration, marking the end of Ramzan. But most people don’t actually know the real meaning of Chand Raat. Let us explain.

Chand Raat refers to the beautiful moment in the night when the first lunar crescent is observed by Muslim devotees. People don’t like to miss this auspicious moment, and break their Ramzan fast early so they can take a look at the crescent. After the moon is spotted, people wish each other Chand Mubarak. Devotees celebrate the festival with joy, enthusiasm and customs. Chand Raat has its own charm and beauty that is to be felt by observers of Ramzan.

This is one of the best times to reach out to your loved ones and begin a beautiful phase of life. Festivals are the perfect way to celebrate and exchange gifts, greetings and messages with family, relatives and friends. The Chand Mubarak celebration ends with delicious food items like sheer kurma, biryani and a lot more.

Then comes the task of wishing everyone and sending out festival messages. With the new age technology of social media and WhatsApp, we can quickly send messages that are an easy way to greet your loved ones and show them your love and care in a unique way. Here we present you 20 messages for Chand Mubarak, have a look!

Whatsapp reads: Ab To Har Baras, chand Raat Ko Main Chand Ko Dekta Hon Aur Yeh Guman Karta Hon Ke Shayad Ab Ki Baar “CHAND RAAT”, Main Tum Bhi Chalay Aao, Aur Chup ke Se Meri Aankhon Parr Haath Rakh Kar Keh Do Chand Raat Mubarak Ho…!!! Chand Raat Mubarak…!!!

Whatsapp reads: Raat Ko Naya Chand Mubarak Chand Ko Chandni Mubarak, Falak Ko Sitare Mubarak Sitaroon Ko Bulandi Mubarak, Aur Aap Ko Hamari Taraf Se Chand Raat Mubarak…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Khuda Kare Har Raat Chand Banke Aaye Din Ka Ujaala Sham Ban KeAaye, Kabhi Na Door Ho Apke ChehreSe Muskurahat Har Din Aysa Mehmaan Ban Ke Aye…!!! Chand Raat Mubarak Ho…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Chupke Se Chand Ki Roshni Cho Jaye Aap Ko Dhire Se Yeh Hawaa Kuch Keh Jaye Aap Ko, Dil Se Jo Chahte Ho Maang Lo Rab Se Hum Duaa karenge Ke Woh Mil Jaye Aap Ko, Chand Raat Mubarak…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Aye “Chand” Jab Woh Teri Taraf Dekhain To Unhain Kuch Yaad Dila Dena, Mudhar Se Kuch Geet Sunana Aur Kehna Tumhain Koi Yaad Karta Hai, Teri Arzoo, Teri Umeed Karta Hai Koi Aaj Bhi Tumhain Dekh Kar Eid Karta Hai…!!! Advance Eid Mubarak…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Ramadan Kareem Mubarik. May Allah Enables us to do More and More Good Deeds and to Make the Most of this Month… May Allah Forgive are Sins (Aameen) Remember Me In your Prayers…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Aey Rehmat-e-Azeem Ke Mehmaan Assalam, Quran Ke Nuzul Ke Samaan Assalam, Ramzan Assalam Hai Ramzan Assalam Ramzan Ka Chand Bohot Mubarak Ho…!!!

Whatsapp reads:  Raat ko naya chand mubarak Chand ko chandni mubarak, Falak ko sitare mubarak Sitaroon ko bulandi mubarak, Aur aap ko hamari taraf se RAMADAN MUBARAK…!!!

Whatsapp reads: Khushi ka kiya dilkash sama aya hai Khobsorat EID ki jo naved laya hai Bachy, jawan, bodhy sab jhoom uthay hain Aasma pa dekha to EID ka chand aya hai.. Chand Raat Mubarak Ho!!

Whatsapp reads: , Chaand

,’,’ * buht

‘, ‘, , Mubark ho?

‘ ,’,’,’,’ ‘

Dua he k ye ‘BarktoN wala MaheeNa apke lye DheroN kushiyan laye.

Whatsapp reads: Chand Raat Mubarak Ho. Is Dua K Sath K Allah Taala Aapki Zindagi KI * Har Khuahish * * Har Tamanna * * Har Aarzu * * Har Khushi * * Har Dua * Puri Karay Aameen

Whatsapp reads:  Chand raat mubarak ho, chand nazar aa gaya hai, mene abhi apni aankhon se, khud ko ainey mein dekha hai..!! Chand Raat Mubarak ho

Whatsapp reads:  Mahe Ramzan ka Chand Raat Mubarak ho, Is Dua K sath ke Allah Taala aap ki zindagi ki har khuahish, har tamanna har aarzu har khushi har dua poori karay Chand Mubarak!!

Whatsapp reads:  Isse phle ki chand raat ki sham aam ho jaye, Mubarakbad ka silsila aam ho jaye, Bheed me shamil humara naam ho jaye, Kyun na usse phle ek salam ho jaye. Chand Raat Mubarak ho

Whatsapp reads:  Dekhiye chand raat ayi h, Sath khushian hazar layi h, Tum chale aao ek lamhe ko, Hum b mane ki eid aye h.

Whatsapp reads:  Chand ki pehli dastak pe, Chand Mubarak kehte h, Sbse pehle hum apKo, Chand Raat Mubarak kehte h.

Whatsapp reads:  Wishing u kuch khatti, Kch mithi, Kch chatpati, Kch chulbuli, khushiyon se bhari,Chand Raat Mubarak.

Whatsapp reads:  Chand sa roshan ho ramzan apka, Ibadat sa bhara ho roza apka, Har namaaz ho Kabul apko, Ye h Allah se dua hamari, Mubarak ho Chand Raat apko.

Whatsapp reads:  Ja rahi Hain Wo raunakein Ja rahi h wo barkatein, Ja rahi h wo Khushiyan, Aaya tha ban k mehman, Alvida Alvida Mah-e-Ramzan, Chand Raat Mubarak.

Whatsapp reads: Tu Meri Duaon Mai Shamil Hai is Tarha Pholon Mai Hoti Hai Khushbu Jis Tarha ALLAH Tumhari Zindagi Mai Itni Khushiyan Dy Zameen Per Hoti Hai Barish Jis Tarha Chand Raat Mubarak.

This Chand Raat and Eid, it’s time for all of us to begin a life full of purity, knowledge and wisdom. On this auspicious night, send out our lovely messages to your loved ones and friends. We at wish everyone a Happy Ramzan, Chand Mubarak and Eid Mubarak for 2018.


Eid-ul-Fitr 2018: Importance And Significance of The Holy Festival Of Eid

Eid-ul-Fitr is a religious festival that is celebrated widely by Muslims all over the world. The occasion marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan in which all Muslims fast for an entire month. The date of Eid varies depending on the moon sighting and astronomical calculations. It is believed that Prophet Mohammad got the first revelation of the holy book of Quran during this month of Ramadan.

Importance and Significance of the festival

Eid-ul-Fitr falls every year on the first day of the month Shawwal which marks the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan. The festive day begins by offering Eid prayer at the mosque. The Islamic prayer known as salat comprises of two units of prayer known as rakats along with six incarnations. The Eid prayer is followed by the sermon after which Muslims ask for Allah’s forgiveness, mercy, peace, and blessings for all living beings across the world. The prayer is performed in an assembly and is followed by raising of the hands to the ears while saying ‘Allahu Akbar ‘which means God is the greatest. Muslims believe that they are commanded by Allah and are suppose to fast till the last day of Ramadan and pay Zakat-al-Fitr before offering prayers on the occasion of Eid.

Eid-ul-Fitr 2018 Hindi Urdu Shayari: Best Eid Mubarak Shayari in Hindi-Urdu to wish Eid Mubarak!

After the prayers, Muslims visit their family members and friends to wish Eid Mubarak to each other or host Eid celebrations at their homes or community centers.

What does Eid Mubarak mean?

Eid means celebrations and Mubarak means blessed, so Eid Mubarak together means to have blessed Eid celebrations. On the day of Eid-ul-Fitr Muslims greet and wish each other by saying, Eid Mubarak. The special Eid-al-Fitr delicacies are cooked at every Muslim household consisting of Biryani, Haleem, Nalli Nihari, Seviyan, Mutton Kaleji and different kinds of kebabs. All the women dress up in shararas, or regular salwar kameez or Hijab and men prefer wearing kurta pyjama.

What does Eidi mean?

Eidi is usually given to the children of the household in the form of gift or money. The tradition is to keep the spirit of the celebration among children.

This year Eid-ul-Fitr is falling on 14th June evening and will be concluded on 15th June evening.

Eid Mubarak!


Adhik Mass 2018: Know About The Significance, History And Importance of This Holy Month

Purushottam Mass also popularly known as Adhik Mass is an extra month in the Hindu calendar that is inserted to keep the lunar and solar aligned. Purushottam is one of the avatars of Vishnu and this holy month is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is believed that devotional service towards the Lord Vishnu can award a person with all the necessities of life and after death, he will surely residence under the Supreme Lord Krishna.

The position of Adhik Mass month occurs about every 32.5 months which is in contrast to other lunisolar calendars that are inserted in an intercalary lunar month at a fixed point of the year. This month is considered inauspicious for occasions such as weddings, buying new properties, moving into a new house or starting up a new venture. This month is only dedicated to prayer, worship, fasting, and self-employment.

Talking about its history, the story around Purushottam month has been mentioned in Padma Puran and the 31st chapter of Narad Puran. According to the story, around 88,000 sages along with Shaunaka Rishi assembled at Naimisharanya and enquired from Sri Suta Goswami about the holy month. He narrated the incident when Sri Narada visited the Badrikashram to meet Narayan Rishi who is an incarnation of the supreme lord. On seeing him, Narada Muni enquired from him the words, “Oh Lord! In this material world, all living entities are busily engaged in sense gratification. They have all forgotten the ultimate goal of life. Therefore please explain something which will be helpful both for householders and sages in the renounced order like me, something that will help us attain self-realization and return back to Godhead.”

After listening to Narada Muni’s words, he narrated the story which was narrated by Lord Krishna to the Pandavas when they were in exile. The story goes, Each of the 12 months in the Hindu calendar was assigned to 12 different gods. But the 13th extra month was not assigned to any god. Adhik Maas felt sad and approached Lord Vishnu and said that no god was assigned to him and for that reason, he was called Mal Maas. Adhik Maas further prayed to Lord Vishnu and is pleased with his worship, Lord Vishnu said that he is filled with anxiety and therefore come to seek to refuge and help.. Lord Vishnu listened to him and gave his name to this month and communicated that this is the special or best month.

During this month, people perform various religious rituals such as recitation of mantras, perform puja, havan, and perform various fast. It is also believed that the person who performs good deeds during this month comes out of the cycle of rebirth and also their miseries are eradicated and reach till enlightenment.