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Devotees celebrated Last Monday of Shrawan

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Shrawan Month (July – August) is one of the holiest months in a traditional Hindu calendar. Devotees performs religious rituals, make bartas (Fasting), celebration are performed in this month. Shrawan month is dedicates to make puja and dedicate offering towards Lord Shiva.

Each Monday of the following month, known as Shrawan Sombar, is a special day in Shiva temples. Hindu devotees walk bare foot and with holy water to offer to the Lord Shiva.

Devotees offering ritual puja on Last Monday of Shrawan Sombar towars temple of lord shiva at Kirtipur

A Devote offering ritual puja on Last Monday of Shrawan  at temple of lord shiva, Kirtipur

Devotees reading spiritual book at the premises temple of lord Shiva at Kirtipur

Devotees reading spiritual book at the premises temple of lord Shiva at Kirtipur

Devotees reading spiritual book at the premises temple of lord Shiva at Kirtipur

Women lining up to offer puja

A priest performing rituals on Monday


Returning back to home after puja at temple


Text and Photo:


Narayan Maharjan


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 August 2015 22:35 )  

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