Shravan 2022 Month Greetings and Happy Sawan Images: Lord Shiva HD Wallpapers, Messages, Wishes, SMS & Status to Celebrate Hindu Auspicious Month


Shravan or Sawan is the fourth month of the Hindu calendar, Panchanga which is celebrated every year in July starting from the first day of the full moon and ending in the third week of August on the day of the next full moon. The most sacred period of the month Shravan 2022 will begin on Thursday July 14 and end on Friday August 12. Devotees wake up early in the morning and put on clean clothes after taking a bath and worshiping Lord Shiva. During this month, every Monday is celebrated as Shravan somvar in all temples. To observe the pious month of Sawan 2022, here is our compilation of messages, HD images, wishes and greetings. Sawan (Shravana) Month 2022 Start and End Dates: List of Days of Sawan Somwar Vrat, Puja Vidhi and Importance of Observing Fasting on Monday for Lord Shiva

Happy Shravan 2022 Greetings

Happy Sawan (file image)

The WhatsApp message reads: “May the glory of Lord Shiva disappear from all troubles in your life. May these wishes for Shravan bring a ray of hope and prosperity.”

SMS Sawan 2022

Sawan wishes in Hindi (file image)

HD image reads: “Sawan Maas Ki Hardik Shubhkamnayen”

Shravan Month HD Wallpapers

Shraavana Messages 2022 (file image)

The wallpaper reads: Celebrate the auspicious day of Sawan Shivratri with joy of heart and help people understand the values ​​of Lord Shiva.

Shravan Quotes

Happy Sawan (file image)

WhatsApp Message Wallpaper For Shravan 2022 Lit: “May Lord Shiva keep us safe, healthy, happy and give us strength to stay away from negativity. Happy Sawan!”

Messages from Sawan

Happy message from Shravan (Photo Credits: File Image)

The WhatsApp image reads: “May Almighty Lord Shiva bless you all with good health. Happy Shravan!”

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