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List of festivals in the month of August.
The month of August, the 8th month of the English calendar, has started yesterday. The month continues with the occasion of Sawan, the worship of Lord Shiva continues for a month. The holy Kavand Yatra is organized in the month of Sawan. But due to the Covid pandemic across the states have canceled the yatra and have increased restrictions. The entire month of Sawan is considered to be the best for the worship of Lord Shiva. This is the reason why Shiva devotees wait for this month throughout the year.
In the month of August, fasts, and festivals like Shravan Putrada Ekadashi, Hariyali Amavasya, Hariyali Teej, Sawan Shivaratri, Sawan Pradosh Vrat, Nag Panchami, Shravan Purnima, Raksha Bandhan, Shri Krishna Janmashtami, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Muharram are about to come.
List of fasts and festivals of August 2021
02 August: Monday: Sawan Somvar Vrat
03 August: Day: Tuesday: Mangala Gauri Vrat
04 August: Day: Wednesday: Kamika Ekadashi
05 August: Day: Thursday: Pradosh Vrat
06 August: Day: Friday: Monthly Shivratri
07 August: Day: Saturday: Death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, Shravan Amavasya or Hariyali Amavasya
09 August: Day: Monday: Sawan Somvar Vrat
August 10: Day: Tuesday: Mangala Gauri Vrat
August 11: Day: Wednesday: Hariyali Teej
August 12: Day: Thursday: Vinayaka Chaturthi
August 13: Day: Friday: Nag Panchami, Kalki Jayanti
15 August: Day: Sunday: Tulsidas Jayanti
August 16: Day: Monday: Parsi New Year, Sawan Somwar Vrat
August 17: Day Tuesday: Mangala Gauri Vrat
August 18: Day: Wednesday: Shravan Putrada Ekadashi
19 August: Day: Thursday: Muharram
August 20: Day: Friday: Shukra Pradosh Vrat, Varalakshmi Vrat
August 21: Day: Saturday: Onam
August 22: Day: Sunday: Raksha Bandhan, Shravan Purnima, Gayatri Jayanti
23 August: Day: Monday: Bhadrapada month begins
August 25: Day: Wednesday: Sankashti Chaturthi, Kajari Teej
August 30: Day: Monday: Janmashtami
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