Shravana Purnima Vrat ‘22: Know Muhurat, Rituals, & Other Festivals Celebrated On This Day!

Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022 blog by AstroSage offers a detailed account of all information related to this auspicious day. What is Shravana Purnima? How is this day celebrated? What is the correct Puja method? If you have all these questions in mind, then this special Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022 blog will help you. Let us tell you that this blog has been especially prepared for you by our learned astrologers.

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Shravana Purnima is one of the most important days for the followers of Hinduism. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a very popular day as Raksha Bandhan falls on this day. Besides Raksha Bandhan, many other significant festivals take place on Shravana Purnima, which we are going to tell you about through this blog. So, without further ado, let’s understand the significance of Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022 and know the Muhurat for this day.

Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022: Muhurat

Poornima Tithi Begins at 10:39:55 on August 11, 2022

Poornima Tithi Ends at 07:06:53 on August 12, 2022

Note: This time is applicable for New Delhi. To Know the Shravana Purnima timing as per your city, click here.

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Raksha Bandhan Celebration on 12 August

We all are confused about the date of Raksha Bandhan 2022, whether it will be celebrated on the 11th or 12th of August. This is because the Pooranmashi Tithi is starting from 10:40 am on 11 August, 2022, and will end at 7:06 am on 12 August, 2022. We calculate Tithi as per the sunrise, so because of this situation, we will celebrate Raksha Bandhan on 11 August. The reason behind this is that we are supposed to tie the Rakhi during Apran Kaal (peak of noon), which is regarded as the most important factor while celebrating Raksha Bandhan. This period will fall on the 11th, and therefore, most people are celebrating Raksha Bandhan on 11 August only.

However, if you wish to celebrate Raksha Bandhan on 12 August, AstroSage has got you covered as well. Below is the Abhijit Muhurat for 12 August, and you can tie Rakhi on your brother’s wrist during this period.

Abhijit Muhurat for 12 August: From 11:59:28 To 12:52:29

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Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022: Significance

The Purnima Tithi of Shravana month is known as Shravana Purnima. Devotees perform various rituals on this day which are of great significance, including ‘Yagyopaveet’ and ‘Upnayan’. This day is regarded as a pious day for conducting religious rituals and therefore, many Brahmins perform Shudhikaran on Shravana Purnima as well. This day is extremely auspicious for the people who want to get rid of Chandra Dosha. On this day, the people who worship wholeheartedly and indulge in charity and donations open doors to salvation.

As we mentioned earlier, Raksha Bandhan also falls on the same day, besides many other festivals. Let us now see which these other festivals are.

Festivals Celebrated on Shravan Purnima

Kajari Purnima

Kajari Purnima is celebrated on Shravana Purnima in many Indian regions including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Chattisgarh. On this day, women fill pots with tree leaves and soil and sow barley in it. These pots are then lifted and carried on the heads of the women to the nearest water body. They worship Goddess Bhagwati to bless them with good harvest and crops. Women observe a fast on this day for the long lives and prosperity of their sons.


This is a famous Gujarati festival and is celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima. On this day, devotees worship Shiva Lingams and seek Lord Shiva’s blessings. It is believed that by doing so, the devotees are blessed with good fortune and all his/her past sins get absolved. 

Narali Purnima

Narali Purnima is particularly celebrated by the fishing communities of Hinduism in Maharashtra and the Konkan Coast. The devotees worship Lord Varuna on this day by offering him coconut and seek his blessings. They perform Puja with proper rituals and pray for calm water and avoidance of natural calamities.

Amarnath Yatra Ends

According to the Pranas, Amarnath Yatra is a sacred occurrence that begins on the eve of Guru Purnima and ends on Shravan Purnima. The ‘Kanwariyas’ end their journey on this day by offering water on Shivling and worshiping Mahadev.

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Shravana Purnima Vrat 2022: Worship Rituals

  • Devotees worship Lord Shiva on this day and perform Rudrabhishek.
  • Worshiping on this day properly gives the devotees immense mental peace and liberates them from all sins.
  • If you feel you have a bad fate then you can feed a cow and do charity work to resolve this issue.
  • Many people also worship Lord Vishnu on this day as it is a Purnima Tithi.
  • As Raksha Bandhan falls on the same day, sisters worship for the long life of their brothers and tie Rakhi, the sacred thread, on their brothers’ wrists.
  • In return, brothers swear to protect their sisters from all evil and give them various kinds of gifts.
  • Shravan Purnima is also auspicious for worshiping Chandra Dev (Moon).

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