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Kannada Shravana Masam 2020 – Sravana Masa - Shravan Month in Karnataka in 2020

Sravana Masam is the fifth month in a traditional Hindu Kannada calendar followed in Karnataka. Kannada Sravana Masam 2020 is from July 21 to August 19. Nag Panchami, Varalakshmi Vratam, Ashunya Shayan Vrat, Rig and Yajur Upakarma and Sri Krishna Jayanti.

Mangala Gouri Puja is performed on all Tuesdays in the month.

Pradosh Fasting Dates in Shravana Masam are:
Pradosh – August 1
Pradosh – August 16

Ekadasi Fasting dates in Sravana Masam are:
Putrada Ekadasi – July 30
Aja Ekadasi –  August 15

Sankashti Chaturthi monthly fasting dedicated to Lord Ganesh in Shravan Month is August 17 – Moonrise or Chandrodaya is at 9:30 PM – Indian Standard Time.

Kannada Shravana Month 2020 Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha

Kannada Shravana Masa 2020 Shukla Paksha (Waxing phase of moon) is from July 21 to August 3.
Kannada Shravana Masam 2020 Krishna Paksha (Waning phase of moon) is from August 4 to August 19.

Purnima in Kannada Shravana Masam

Shravana Purnima or Full moon day is on August 3, 2020.
The Purnima begins at 9:28 PM on August 2 and ends at 9:29 PM on August 3.
Raksha Bandhan and Upakarma are observed on August 3.
Rik Shravani is also on the day.

Amavasya in Kannada Shravana Masam

Shravan Amavasya is on August 19.
The Amavasi begins at 10:39 AM on August 18 and ends at 8:11 AM on August 19.
Pola is observed on August 18.
Pithori Amavasya is on August 18.

Kannada Shravana Masam Festivals and Auspicious days

Madhushravani Tritiya – July 23
Durva Ganapati Vrat – July 24
Nag Panchami – July 25
Kalki Jayanti - July 25
Durva Ashtami – July 27
Varalakshmi Vrat – July 31
Rig Shravani – August 3
Narali Purnima and Raksha Bandhan – August 3
Sri Krishna Jayanti – August 11

Please note that Shravan Mahina 2020 in traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India is from  July 6 to August 3.

Shravan Month in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh is similar to the Kannada Calendar.

Next month in Kannada calendar is the Bhadrapada Masa.



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